Timepieces have come a long way—from the present-day’s Apple Watch to the Spherical Table Watch of centuries past. New York-based Pop Chart Lab has come up with a chart featuring this chronological history through 47 iconic watches illustrated by hand.
It is good to know you have friends looking out for you in life. My case in point is the time Young Corey put me up on a model by the name of Nikki Howard. We had reached out via text to each other after getting linked up by Corey, and both agreed it would be awesome to shoot together. Unfortunately, like most things in my life, scheduling put it off for a bit. I was fortunate enough to reconnect with the brunette beauty and we finally set up a day for a Test Shoot. Since I have a new studio, I thought it would be great to have her come by and see what we could produce. Now if you are already a fan of her work, then you probably might guess we got some pretty good stuff. – Photographer Van Styles
Check out this new 3d mural painting by dutch artist Leon Keer, commissioned by LeasePlan Almere/Netherlands. An anamorphic technique has been used on the left wall to get an amazing 3d effect. The mural was painted in the parking lot of the company.
Last year I attended my first Burning Man festival and had the most insane time of my life. I have never been surrounded by so much creativity and enthusiasm, and as a photographer/videographer I was highly inspired to capture the festival from my own unique perspective. Burning Man truly is a one-of-a-kind festival and I really hope to return this year. – Ari Fararooy
When Dutch photographer Reinier Gerritsen turned his lens to people reading on the New York City subway system, he launched a project that proves the power of the printed word is alive and well in the midst of public transportation. Gerritsen spent three years collecting the photos for “The Last Book” project, which was exhibited at New York City’s Julie Saul Gallery and turned into a book. With the precision of a librarian, Gerritsen cataloged the 500 photos on his website by author’s last name. Suzanne Collins, James Patterson and J.K. Rowling were among authors who appeared the most on the subway.
Dimitry Roulland is a young artist based in Marquay, France who is fascinated with photography. Here is the collection of his photographs of dancing moments. All the emotions, beauty and happiness are captured in the pictures.
Invader is now in Africa where they just landed in Tanzania to work on an unknown project alongside with Vhils. Continue reading “New Series of Invader Invasions in Tanzania, Africa” »
Continue reading “New Series of Invader Invasions in Tanzania, Africa” »
A couple months ago, Model Tianna Gregory and I were talking about shooting in Lake Tahoe and having her take me around where she grew up, seeing that it was her hometown. We kinda improvised with wardrobe having her just wear her favorite Jordans, some jeans, one of her old jackets from her days in high school and one of my beanies, but it turned out awesome. It was probably about 30 degrees out during this shoot so Tianna was a trooper. – Photographer Martin Murillo
You can only see so many postcard-esque shots of Times Square and Rockefeller Center before it feels like you have a good idea about what it’s like to be there. But what do these iconic locations look like from a baby’s perspective? With a Go-Pro behind his son’s back as he strolled through New York City, Ecuadorian photographer Diego Acosta López captured New York from an angle that many have experienced, but few can actually remember. The pictures document little Ignacio’s first trip to NYC to visit his daddy, who is studying at SVA (School of Visual Arts).
Woodist Punk, a London Native and Woodsman, crafted one of the most convenient and sick ideas to store sneakers. Inspired by the Retro Jordan Box, the case features a Black Top with a Red Jumpman. The size of the custom Jordan Box is 100cm x 70 x 46 High, making it convenient for your kicks.
After recreating iconic bands, streetwear brands and historic World Cup moments in LEGO, self-proclaimed LEGO junkie Adly Syairi Ramly is back and this time he’s turned his attention to some of our favorite streetwear icons. Immortalizing founders of streetwear brands that he looks up to, Ramly’s latest LEGOlized series includes the likes of NEIGHBORHOOD’s Shinsuke Takizawa, FUCT’s Erik Brunetti, maharishi’s Hardy Blechman, fragment design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara, Supreme’s James Jebbia, JUICE’s Kevin Poon and Edison Chen, Black Scale’s MEGA and Alfred De Tagle, NIGO, SSUR’s Ruslan Karablin, Shawn Stussy, Shepard Fairey an more.
Swedish illustrator Patrik Svensson has recently produced a series of clever illustrations featuring the names of famous people, subtly inserted with iconic items and trademarks that reflect their distinctive characters. For instance, the letter “S” is replaced with the silhouette image of a smoking-pipe that Sherlock Holmes uses to feed his compulsive smoking habits, while the letter “G” is shaped like an ear that Vincent van Gogh had sliced off.
There are a variety of ways that official documents can be protected from forgery and one of these is to hide imagery in them only identifiable under certain conditions. Ultraviolet light, for instance. This is the method that Canada has chosen for their passports. Continue reading “Hidden Images under UV Light in Canadas New Passport” »
Continue reading “Hidden Images under UV Light in Canadas New Passport” »
Our friend Fin DAC recently stopped by the peninsula of Hong-Kong where he was invited to work on this new piece somewhere near The Dragons Back. Continue reading “Senaka // New Mural by Fin DAC in Hong-Kong” »
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Philippe Echaroux is a French photographer and street artist born in 1983. He invented the concept of Street Art 2.0 with his project, named “Paintings with lights”, and kicked-off in his home city of Marseille in March, 2014. 2 weeks later and his project created the buzz in 44 countries. Philippe’s street art is not leaving any prints on locations he uses to exhibit his art, playing with his favorite tool: light. The beauty of his art is therefore ephemeral.