the photographer inspired by degas's portraits of women
Alice Neale talks us through her latest work, 'Protect', published by Claire De Rouen, and created in collaboration with stylist Isabelle Sayer.
this photography book explores uncovering, intimacy and protection
Belgian photographer Pierre Debusschere’s debut exhibition UNcovered has been turned into an incredible photobook.
photographs of julia nobis, before international stardom
Peek inside the first book from LoveWant founder Bec Parsons, featuring beautiful never-before-seen shots of the Australian beauty.
derek ridgers’ latest photobook is an homage to 80s style tribes
The era defining photographer is at it again.
brooklyn beckham’s guide to taking great pics
To celebrate the launch of his debut photobook, WHAT I SEE, we caught up with Golden Balls Junior to talk tips, tight crops, and what a Brooklyn Beckham lensed i-D cover might look like.
this new photo book is a love letter to dudes with ponytails
Photographer James Eisen wants you to appreciate the majesty of the male ponytail.
the essence and soul of lindsey wixson
Step into photographer Dylan Forsberg’s new photozine, an intimate and beautiful document of Lindsey Wixson.
kevin amato's new youth culture bible stars travis scott and south bronx teens
The photographer and casting director captures the young inhabitants of his own NYC stomping ground in The Importants.
photographing girl culture at the turn of the 21st century
Lauren Greenfield’s new photobook Girl Culture is a celebration of girlhood in America at the turn of the 21st century.
on the migrant trail: documenting the search for a better life
Foreigner: Migration Into Europe, is a photographic response to the sensationalist and alarmist imagery coming out of Europe’s refugee crisis. Turning the photographer’s lens into an instrument of compassion, recording with honesty the stories of the...
gucci publishes limited edition photobook with ari marcopoulos
Just 1,000 copies of Epiphany will be available to buy at signings in New York, at Pitti Uomo and in London.
a lesson in fame from the rock stars who never quite made it
In his new book, Lost Rockers, writer and filmmaker, Steven Blush, explores the politics of fame as he resurrects those who fell through the cracks of rock history.
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