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Symmetric Light Photography by Sinichi Higashi

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 9, 2014
Tokyo isn’t exactly known as the “City of Light” but with a population of 13 million and a booming automotive industry, the city pretty is familiar with neon. Using a keen eye for the cityscape and a bit of clever editing, photograp...

Levi’s® x HYPEBEAST #Equipped with Greg Lutze of VSCO

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 9, 2014
In an age when anyone with a smartphone can share photos with the world, it’s easy to lose sight of good photography in a sea of shoot-to-post images. So when Greg Lutze co-founded VSCO with partner Joel Flory, he set out to not only...

Check Out Sydney in this Beautiful Tilt-Shift Video

ArtsComments ⋅ Apr 9, 2014
Motion time-lapse photographer Filippo Rivetti presents a striking tilt-shift film showcasing the stunning landscapes of Sydney. Equipped with a Canon 5DIII and 7D, Rivetti took to the roof of the Four Seasons Hotel, where he gained access to the bea...

A Look Inside the Lives of Everyday Iranian Youth

CultureComments ⋅ Apr 3, 2014
Photojournalist by trade, Hossein Fatemi started his career in 1997 and has since worked across the globe, collecting accolades like the UNICEF Photo of the Year Award and POYI Award of Excellence. In the past, Fatemi has documented the civil war in...

Check Out Nick Meek’s Photographs of Costa Rica Covered in Flowers for Sony

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 31, 2014
Commissioned by advertising agency McCann, photographer Nick Meek teamed up with Sony to shoot the campaign for Sony’s 4K displays. The team travelled to Costa Rica to take advantage of its stunning vistas and vibrant colors, perfect for displa...

Jonathan Mehring Goes Behind the Scenes of Supreme’s “cherry”

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 28, 2014
If unfamiliar, Jonathan Mehring is a New York City-based photographer that has been capturing the city’s skate scene for a number of years. In the process of filming for Supreme’s ”cherry” the riders found themselves skating a...

THROUGH THE LENS: Tomek Makolski

EditorialComments ⋅ Mar 27, 2014
Looking to statuesque women, automotives and travel as endearing subjects, Polish photographer Tomek Makolski’s work celebrates beauty and a free-spirited lifestyle desired by many. Cavorting between Berlin and Warsaw, Makolski blends fashion a...

A. Lokey Explores Unique Hunting Rides in “Texas Quail Rigs”

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 27, 2014
In his book Texas Quail Rigs, native photographer A. Lokey explores the automotive side of Texas hunting culture. Far from the typical pick-up truck that might be expected, the rides in the book are all customized to suit the needs and tastes of the...

Pamela Anderson Poses Nude for Purple Magazine Issue 21

LifestyleComments ⋅ Mar 17, 2014
Welcome back to the golden years of puberty fellas, for Purple Magazine offers a look into its newest nude editorial with your eighth grade screensaver – Ms. Pamela Anderson. For the French imprint’s 21st issue, the 46-year-old blonde bombshell bares...

Leica Presents ‘Let Us Roam’ featuring Atiba Jefferson, Greg Hunt, Arto Saari & Ray Barbee

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 14, 2014
Buying photography equipment is no joke, especially when following a daredevil man-child careening down a hill, the possibility of your yearly savings vanishing at the whim of a wayward pebble. Alas, such is the story for the great videographers and...

VSCO Launches its Artist Initiative

TechComments ⋅ Mar 14, 2014
VSCO has announced the launch of its Artist Initiative to help artists and photographers further their creative pursuits. The VSCO Artist Initiative is a $100,000 USD scholarship and will go towards discovering, funding and advising creatives from ac...

Element ‘A Life In Transition’ Book by Brian Gaberman

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 11, 2014
American photographer Brian Gaberman has released a photo book showcasing work from his tenure as a staff photographer for Element skateboards from 2006 to present day. Titled A Life In Transition, the book is a well documented mix of black and white...

Daniel Arnold Makes $15,000 from Instagram Prints

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 10, 2014
With about $90 to his name and nearly no means of paying rent, Daniel Arnold offered prints of his own photos to an eager audience. What’s more though, the New York City-based photographer added fuel to Instagram’s development as a viable...

35mm Film Photography Feature by Red Bull Skateboading

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2014
The art of skateboarding and photography have long complemented one another, as seen here in this latest feature from Red Bull Skateboarding. Shot by Gaston Francis using 35mm film, the selection of photos show Francis’s escapades around the wo...

Boogie Talks Street Photography with HUCK Magazine

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 5, 2014
One of the main goals in photography is to tell a story. If Boogie had picked up the pen, he’d be something like Bukowski or Thompson – unearthing the gritty and depraved (and sometimes repulsive), yet finding a kind of raw beauty in undergroun...