Jun 14th '17

Jim Joe

From the Magazine

You can find the words “Jim Joe” written all over the streets of New York City, but the graffitist Jim Joe himself has remained an enigma.


Justin Saunders helped pioneer the idea of blog as a mood board. Today, he’s pushing creativity in multiple platforms and his site JJJJound has become required viewing for creative directors and trendsetters around the world.

Photographer and journalist Rin Tanaka has spent the past decade on an odyssey in search of the raddest vintage clothing on the planet. He documents his findings in his self-published book series titled My Freedamn!—which includes enormous catalogues of classic clothing ranging from motorcycle jackets to Hawaiian shirts to worn denim.

Duane Michals

Duane Michals is a photographer who goes beyond the image. His decades of portraits have delved into the minds of legends such as René Magritte, Joseph Cornell and Andy Warhol.

Italian photographer Alessandro Simonetti started taking concert photographs as a way to get into shows for free. After shooting a wide range of performances over the past two decades, he shares his stash with us.

Traversing the globe with his camera. Ribeiro turns an affinity for surfing and Hawaii’s late noon light into dreamy art. Highlights from his time in Hawaii were collated for his project, a photographic exploration of both medium and landscape.

Having traveled the world as a commercial photographer, Adrian Gaut has developed a unique eye for photographing architecture that is inspired by his early interest in German conceptual photography. His series from Wilshire Boulevard explores and documents the wide array of buildings that sprawl across the streets of Los Angeles.

Bruce Weber was one of the first photographers to put surfers in clothing for dry land. In so doing, over 30 years he bridged the gap between fashion and surfing, introduced the world to a new breed of rockstar and became a bona fide icon for the surf community.

Bjorn Iooss has shaped his career with his striking portraits. Here, he shares his visual diary — a collection of some of the images from his travels and his past. Collectively, they give us a glimpse into his personality creative process.

Having traveled to the edge of the world and back in the 2010 films 180 Degrees South, Jeff Johnson is no stranger to extreme conditions. With a body of work that traverses a wide range of altitudes and climates, he manages to maintain an off-the-cuff, documentary feel that adds to the excitement of his locations.

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