To celebrate their seventh issue, the portraiture quarterly shared with us some of their most striking images.
"It's funny, because I keep reading things about The Verve and all the other bands years later. It's this little footnote in British music history, and I knock my head and I'm like, 'Oh yeah, I was there.'"
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In the aftermath of the latest war between Palestine and Israel, I photographed pieces of people's lives lying in the rubble.
With BAs in International relations and photography, Sarah applies considered thought to what she's shooting.
"My photos move between darkness and light. It's sort of a history of South Africa and a history of my state of mind."
The photographer's work isn't about interaction, but rather reflection and experiences.
Peter Lambert's Friday night consists of drunken karaoke, a bag of chips, and two men beating the shit out of each other.
Here's a collection of portraits Walter made over the last few months. Looks like he's having fun.
Here are some of her photographs of women, nature, and women in nature.
Whether it's at the DMV, a cemetery, or a building where children go to be treated for cancer, everyone seems keen to spread a little festive cheer.
Technology has made it easier than ever for anyone to be a photographer, but that means it's even harder to make an iconic photograph. Photo School is a new monthly column that teaches you all the things you need to know about photography, without the has…
Melbourne photographer Paul Hermes has spent a considerable amount of time driving around, looking for people mowing their lawns.
Photographer Richard Misrach and Mexican composer Guillermo Galindo are turning human trash found on the US-Mexico border into instruments, giving a new identity to fragments of lost lives.
I spoke to him about all his amazing photos of your favorite hardcore bands.
These are photographs of people looking at the building formerly known as the Freedom Tower, now called One World Trade Center.
Based on the news cycle, you'd think LGBT people all lived in a sparkly version of hell. It's true that in man…
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New Yorkers flooded the streets in protest last night after a grand jury declined to indict the NYPD officer w…
Letters from a Lost Weekend is a collaboration between photographer Rose Marie Cromwell and performance artist Nathaniel Sullivan.
We caught up with Kristie Muller after publishing her work last year to take a look at what she's been up to since.
My sister and I helped the mortician prepare him for his coffin. We dressed him into his best suit, combed his hair—it felt like a last favor for him.