BY Laurel Walsh
on May 30, 2013
Should we take away this woman’s camera, or…? Wowza.
Jill Greenberg calls herself “The Manipulator.” For her exhibit and book "End Times," she armed herself with lollipops and tempted children into making these terribly exquisite faces of absolute despair! Who knew making great art was as simple as literally taking candy from a baby?
Look at these goobers!
Not everyone loves Greenberg’s tactics for getting these shots, but ... Read More
BY Teresa Lu
on Apr 29, 2013
Detroit-born artist Ronda J. Smith makes pillows in every neat little shape you can imagine: cat pillows, camera pillows, pillows of ferris wheels... These designs were created by combining her two favorite things, photography and sewing. She takes the her photographs, prints them on fabric, and sews them into cushions. Her shop, In The Seam displays her special creations that are available for purchase. You can even request a custom print. Think about it: what ... Read More
BY Emily Rems
on Mar 29, 2013
As a percussionist, I've been obsessed with Tom Tom, the only magazine in the world dedicated to female drummers, since it started rocking my world back in 2010. It's got some killer content, ranging from interviews with inspiring musicians to recipes from the road. But one constant that makes every issue super extra special is the beautiful portraiture supplied by Tom Tom's head photographer, Bex Wade. In the following interview, Tom Tom's founder Mindy ... Read More
BY Sholeh Hajmiragha
on Mar 07, 2013
Hijabs are a hot topic of debate and are most often criticized as an oppressive symbol that covers women and veils their identity. However, Iranian-born photographer Sara Shamsavari celebrates the creativity and individuality these veils allow women through street-style portraits that capture young women in veils in various areas of London.
Shamsavari’s photographs show portraits of women wearing veils patterned with pink leopard print, ... Read More
[Trigger Warning: This post contains a description and photos of physical assault that may potentially be triggering for survivors of such abuse.]
Just as Congress was debating the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz’s 39-frame photo essay “Photographer As Witness: A Portrait of Domestic Violence” was featured in Time Magazine and is receiving serious backlash and hate from viewers.
Released ... Read More