Phoenix Johnson's sexy, sun-drenched photos in the heat of summer
For his latest book, the photographer captured the model Oleksandra swimming and sunbathing in Los Angeles.
Inside a 70s pay-by-the-week hotel on Hollywood Boulevard
Penny Wolin moved in with the patrons of the St. Francis and captured drifters, orphans and runaways trying to make it.
Capturing the beauty of Latino & Afro-Latino folks from coast to coast
Photographer Andres Norwood talks anti-Blackness, gang violence and finally getting to a place where he can celebrate his heritage.
Inside Little Tokyo Table Tennis, LA's inclusive ping-pong club
The studio behind cult clothing label Poche turned their love of the sport into a safe and uplifting space for diverse communities across the city.
A photographer documents the LA he left behind
Parker Woods absconded the artifice of Los Angeles, creating this book as a goodbye.
7 of Angelyne's most iconic outfits
The LA billboard queen was the original influencer.
Photos of LA's East Side in the 90s
Gregory Bojorquez's 'Eastsiders' offers a multi-faceted portrait of family and community, love and loss.
Boos Cruise is the queer skate collective tearing up the LA scene
"We're all hot. We're all queer. We're all just here to vibe."
The in real life issue
Photos documenting LA's unique 90s youth culture
Published here for the first time, the images chronicle the interval between the Rodney King riots and the coming digital revolution.
Heidi, Audrina and Spencer discuss what was actually real on The Hills
To celebrate the show's 15 year anniversary, relive the chaos with this oral history.
Created with Burberry
Meet the photographer documenting culture in South Central Los Angeles
We asked four rising photographers to lens Burberry's iconic trench coat. 24-year-old Steven Traylor chose to frame it within LA culture.
Rising R&B star Joyce Wrice is proof that the genre isn't dead
The LA artist reflects on the golden era of R&B she grew up on, and breaks down her Freddie Gibbs, KAYTRANADA and Masego-featuring album, ‘Overgrown’.
David Aaron Brake