May 3rd '18

Wilshire Blvd
by Adrian Gaut

Photography

In his latest book “Wilshire Blvd,” photographer Adrian Gaut compiles four years-worth of images taken along the iconic boulevard. Art deco facades, mid-century design, and soaring glass skyscrapers are reimagined as dramatic portraits of the Los Angeles cityscape.

Taken during the last four years of his journeys with snowboarder Nicolas Müller, photographer Silvano Marino Zeiter’s new book “Honey Ryder” offers an intimate glimpse into the life of one of snowboarding’s favorite riders.

Lorenzo Holder

Bred in the bedraggled streets of ’90s Brooklyn, New York, Lorenzo Holder’s photography encapsulates beauty in places some aren’t willing to look. Saturdays’ own Khari Clarke met up with him to discuss his humble beginnings and artistic vision.

Ryan Struck

A scroll through photographer Ryan Struck’s body of work will take you across the globe—from Panama to Tahiti to Vancouver and back. Look through his latest infrared photo series, though, and you’re transported to a whole different planet.

With an unmatched attention to detail, New York-based photographer Robin Broadbent is able to transform everyday objects into flawless graphic abstractions. See a few of our favorite images from his new book “The Photographic Work of Robin Broadbent” below.

Yumna Al-Arashi

Yemeni-American photographer Yumna Al-Arashi was born in Washington D.C. and currently resides in London. Defying conventional wisdom, her thought-provoking images explore the intersections between feminism, sexuality, human rights, and the Middle East. Saturdays’ own Marisa Lee caught up with her to discuss her work.

A product of Paterson, New Jersey, photographer Nolan Price has a penchant for capturing the spontaneous and subversive. In his latest work, “Boots + the Bomb Squad Boys,” Price finds himself weaving in and out of Paterson’s streets alongside the Bomb Squad bike crew.

Hailing from São Paulo, Brazil, Fernando Villela is an artist, photographer, and observer of New York City. Informed by global experiences, Villela’s process combines traditional street-photography with a budding interest in technology and the way it shapes new understandings of collective experience and social control.

Nazar Khamis

Nazar Khamis’ collection of 35mm film photos peers into the lives of New York City’s uninhibited youth. When he’s not out snapping photos, playing in his band The Gnarcissists, or collaborating with friends on short films, Khamis can be found working at the Saturdays warehouse.

City Views

We spent five years documenting the NYC skyline. This collection of images captures the different variations within the same frame of New York City.

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