“Black and White”
Photographer Eli Durst constructs an eerie fictional world out of suburban community groups.
Courir de Mardi Gras gets grittier outside New Orleans.
Jill Freedman's decade-long residency in South Florida captures the soul of Miami Beach after she had a falling out with the Big Apple.
The Die Antwoord collaborator and photographer of life among decay has a new book showcasing his instantly recognizable "Ballenesque" style.
UK artist and dietician Tam Farrell free-associates her vices and curiosities with mesmerizing nature drawings.
Photographer Robin de Puy and a team of scientists invented a technique for turning pure water into a camera lens.
Among Savages' "If You See Her" just might be your next summer jam.
Australian photographer Jem Cresswell follows the animals during their journeys.
Robert Seidel used a a video synthesizer to create a swirling, abstract visual equivalent of Esmark’s single "Husby-klit Bk."
Alina Oswald's portraits of friends and strangers climaxing are safe for work, believe it or not.
Artist Junk Yard Chicago imagines the darker side of pop culture.