Meditating On Being Female Never Looked So Fun + Powerful Like This

  Famous essayist Anaïs Nin once said, “I take pleasure in my transformations. I look quiet + consistent, but few know how many women there are in me,” + yet, believe it or not, with the oversaturation of social media feeding everyone’s ego, therefore putting most of our many selves, if so lucky, on display, […]

Take A Trip To the Last American Roadside Stops Before They’re Gone

American rest stops, if never visited, are places of an evolving America where the sign of big cities + nature converged as a place to take pause at modern civilization’s growth spurt. Fortunately for us, photographer Ryann Ford takes us on a fascinating cross country trip, documenting the charm + beauty of remaining rest stops […]

Unique Beauty + Eccentricities Through The Lens of Adrian Buckmaster

Susanne Bartsch, legendary Queen of NYC nightlife since the 1980’s, refers to Adrian Buckmaster’s series as “almost a visual experience of a parfueriene, each image an essential oil beautiful, evocative, deeply + exquisitely self-defined, an experience you drink in long + slow “, which perfectly describes your first experience when setting your eyes on the […]

America Through The Prophetic Lens Of Jean-Pierre Laffont

Man Ray once said, “A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective,” which is what photojournalist Pierre Laffont’s pictures are all about in ‘Photographer’s Paradise: Turbulent America 1960-1990’ by Jean-Pierre Laffont, published by Glitterati […]

Katerina Jebb’s Life Size Scans Beautifully Display Galeries Lafayette’s FW/15 Collections

For Galeries Lafayette in Paris, artist Katerina Jebb created 11 life-size human scans + a video to represent the F/W 2015 collections in their windows. An A4 digital scanner, different pieces  were created, then assembled into these photo montages seen throughout. Amazing how delicate yet graphic all of these works look, right? My favorite part has to be the dark + light photos […]

Artist Enrico Nagel Engages Using ‘Second Sight’

The ‘Second Sight’ photographic series by German Artist, Illustrator Enrico Nagel, looks like a mistake gone right. With water baths, burning + coloring, the image takes on new meaning, as what was there has transformed into another photograph with a different context, especially when you find what appears to be a coffee ring on it. I love […]

Color Manipulation Amplifies Flowers

The late photographer Robert Mapplethorpe once said, ‘I’m looking for the unexpected. I’m looking for things I’ve never seen before,’ which is the exact notion anyone will have when opening ‘Enlightened Blooms: Solarized Floral Diptych Photographs By Brad Oliphant, published by Glitterati Incorporated, the photographer’s first published book of photography.  Oliphant, an accomplished former fashion […]

How To Spend 21 Days With Coco Chanel

Regarding Coco Chanel,photographer Douglas Kirkland once said, ‘ Chanel is here forever. She changed fashion,she changed culture, + she changed how people dress,’ + he should know, afterspending three weeks with her during 1962 + documenting those tokens of memory in ‘Coco Chanel: Three Weeks/ 1962’, by Douglas Kirkland, published by Glitterati Incorporated.  Now Chanel […]