the futurewise issue
harley weir: plastic is not fantastic
British photographer Harley Weir began documenting the plastic waste around her in 2015. By posting the images she takes on her Instagram account with the hashtag #plasticneverdies, she hopes to raise awareness of the rubbish that’s destroying our world.
this body positive photo series is a response to social media anxiety
Ben Simpson focuses on what people really look like, outside of perceived digital perfection.
this series will change the way you think about nightclub photos
21-year-old photographer Lionel Kiernan captures more than the typical party crowd in his series ‘At Night’.
how to reimagine the fashion campaign with alexandra leese
Shooting the latest Helmut Lang campaign, the young British-Chinese photographer has a bright future ahead of her.
these black and white photos of inner-suburban life seem timeless
Mitch Pinney’s new photography book 'It's Just a Place to Stand' is candid yet thoughtful.
photographing nyc's young latinx rap community
Stephen Velastegui captures hip-hop artists from Brooklyn to The Bronx, and asks how heritage shapes their sounds.
how to understand the power of a self-portrait with artist anne collier
In a rare interview, the American visual artist Anne Collier discusses her project Women with Cameras (Self Portrait) -- a collection of selfies from the past four decades.
these 19 photographers are making fashion's gaze more representative
After Beyoncé helped Tyler Mitchell become the first black photographer to shoot a Vogue US cover in its 126-year history, we celebrate a new generation of POC and LGBTQI image-makers changing culture right now.
these sun-drenched street photos are perfect people watching
In her new book and exhibition photographer Robyn Daly explores her fascination with the lives of strangers.
nikki krecicki photographed graduate collections on her 91-year-old grandmother
"Jane was so amazed by the creativity and technical skill of the garments I photographed her in, so it was fun experiencing that excitement together."
this photo series of housemates reveals the nuances of living together
We should all be so lucky to have roommates like these.
this photographer is celebrating london's queer nightlife in all its glory
Lukas Viar's intimate polaroids and Instagram account @queer_photo_archive capture London's constantly evolving LGBTQ scene — and show you where the best parties happen.
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