“Slim Aarons, born George Allen Aarons (October 29, 1916, Manhattan – May 29, 2006, Montrose, New York), was an American photographer noted for photographing socialites, jet-setters and celebrities.”
“When I started Freeling a year ago, my main goal was to inspire people to be better than themselves. This film isn’t just about skateboarding, it’s about being strong enough to go against the current.”
Abandoned vintage cars on Palermo Viejo’s streets, Buenos Aires, captured by the brazilian art director, Eduardo Fialho.
“Yo! MTV Raps nostalgia is almost upon us with VH1′s Rock Docs special Yo: The Story of Yo! MTV Raps, which aired this Thursday.”
“Nathan Walsh is a contemporary British realist painter who often focuses on the urban landscapes of New York.”
John Conn spent his time in the 1970s and 80s documenting the gritty subways and ruins of New York City, a period where NYC resembled that of a ghoulish town plagued by drugs and crime.
Some “Street Furniture”, designed by “I Have Pop” from Amsterdam.
Anthony Lister is an Australian-born painter and Installation artist. He has had solo exhibitions across Australia, United States, Europe and UK. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York City.
“The young photographer Adrien Lacheré is a pure product of his generation, creative, jovial, ambitious, spontaneous, courageous, plenty of hope. Adrien make the choice of photography to depict his generation.”