Leore Hayon on 35mm film in Kauai, and some epic must see’s on the island.
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Amuse Society’s Spring 2016 lookbook, Shades Of The Sun, is a letter in a bottle sent to our future spring selves.
All I want to do is dance. I want to dance like everyone is watching. I want the room to shake and my eyes to sting from sweat and glitter.
Shot by Spencer, they are all skin and the soft features of a beautiful woman. They are beautiful, but it is Nathan’s touch that brings the image deeper and begins to communicate ideas beyond a body.
An exclusive release of Ted Emmons, Guest Lens, photoshoot for Crap Eyewear.
Kealan Shilling’s black and white 35mm captures from a recent trip to Mexico.
A short silent psychological-thriller shot on a Super 8 in a remote cabin in Big Bear, California, that will leave you with chills.
Scarlet Mann shares her summer long road trip with us in an honest and intimate collection of images and private journal entries.
The source for Barr’s current body of work is inspired by subject matter taken from films and television. He transforms these characters turning them into archetypes and visually complex icons.
Being in a violent relationship is not something to be ashamed of. I want to write that over and over. I want write it on billboards. It is something you can grow from. It can, with time, lead you down a path of self-discovery.
To really get away, to feel the pure zephyr of the wilderness, you must venture out to beyond the broad highways of civilization.
This collaboration is for late nights and early mornings. It is for the woman who doesn’t mind getting tied up until sunrise (pun intended).
Images of sanctimony and contemporary detritus fuse with personal philosophical explorations that lean towards a spirituality of the self.
We sat down with feminist, filmmaker and expert content creator, Kerith Lemon.
Get your folk on with some feel good tunes to carry you through.
What has happened to us where we have allowed Fear with a capital F to assert a stronghold on the collective world psyche and threaten to send us over the precipice into another global war?
There is a hole in the wall where the boys can see it all… photographer Carly Foulkes has provided us the perfect peep hole to a girls night in.
This weekend in Los Angeles, Detroit-based gallery Library Street Collective Presents “Legacy,” a solo exhibition by Tristan Eaton that unveils the artist’s most personal body of work to date.
Julia Friedman moves and twists from form to form in a siren kind of song, calling out her night self.
Giorgos Legakis reports from Victoria Square with his insightful photographs that depict a dire humanitarian situation. But not one without hope, says the artist.
As a believer in maintaining a sense of child-like wonder, the artist pushed himself to create with every medium possible.