Eric Cahan set out to record the nuanced beauty of colorful skies at sunrise and sunset. The following images are the result—painterly renderings of an elusive moment, and a unique perspective on landscape photography.
With his Rain Paintings, Lucien Smith became an art world sensation at the age of 23. Having followed that success with even more work on canvas, Smith is now in the process of exploring mediums such as film and photography. Here he shares a never-before-seen archive of Polaroids taken during his walks in Montauk.
Daniel Arnold’s street photography has a nose for the candid, the serendipitous, and the ugly. Taken during his long walks through the streets of New York City, his snapshots have become famous through his now-legendary account.
Three years after releasing Expencive Porno Movie, director Tin Ojeda is ready to reveal his latest work: Free Jazz Vein. We caught up with the filmmaker ahead of the movie’s May 18th premiere—hosted by us—to discuss inspiration, collaboration and what’s next.
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.