Entries in Photography (40)
Photographer Rebecca Naen and stylist Hayley McCarthy return with the second of their special four-part series, dubbed 'Girls In Play', this time focusing on legendary sportswear brand Champion.
Following on from the Girls In Print shoot, the all female team are appearing to provide some of the strongest visuals I've seen this year with well thought out locations, powerful styling and great photography.
Vandals is the latest publication from talented German photographer, Nils Müller documenting the obsession of painting graffiti on trains from around the world.
One of my favourite photographers for his strong talent of capturing intimate images of illegal graffiti I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of the book.
In Styles' signature style, the decks feature beautiful women including Ashley Sky, Iesha Marie, and Valeria Orsini shot in a variety of locations.
Each deck features subtle Primitive branding in different coloured font to compliment the board design. Available instore and online now.
One of my favourite artists, JR has released a short documentary trailer for his current project, Inside Out. The world’s largest participatory art project, it encourages communities around the world to participate in the art process, wheat pasting their own portraits.
Alastair Siddons travelled the world with JR as he inspired communities to come together and make a stand for something. However, not everything ran as smoothly as you'd think.
Ebbets produce great vintage baseball apparel gaining popularity in the UK in the past few years. This season they have worked with The Decades for a collaborative collection of caps fresh for the summer.
To accompany the collection, an awesome lookbook has been produced which I have to say are some of the strongest visuals I've seen in a long time.
Cycling specialists Rapha have been at the top of the cycling game for many years and their marketing is often in a league of it's own.
This years S/S collection is no exception, with a beautifully crafted lookbook depicting a summer road trip shot on the French island of Corsica.
Paris based Brooklyn We Go Hard have just released their spring summer 2013 lookbook which draws inspiration from the colourful fishing village of Burano in Italy.
The new collection looks perfectly at home in the idyllic surroundings of the village with the palettes balancing perfectly with the surroundings.
Photographer Mike Miller may not be a household name, but his images of early west coast hip hop are some of the most iconic in the history of the genre.
Miller recently collaborated with Supra on a series of t-shirts and a traveling exhibition at Supra's flagship stores in Paris, New York, and LA for his recent book West Coast Hip Hop: A Story in Pictures. Tim from Network A caught up with Mike at his first ever show in NYC to talk about what it was like to work with legends like Tupac, Eazy E, and Cypress Hill.