Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Jeremy Kost’s Poloroid Photo-collages [Photography]

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Photography

Photographer, Jeremy Kost, isn’t ashamed of being under the influence of Warhol, a fellow Polaroider. Like Andy, his subjects often embody contrasts. His photographs are at once staged and candid, glamorous and gritty, confident and apprehensive.


Rasmus Mogensen [Photography]

Thursday, November 1, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Photography

Sensational photography work by Rasmus Mogensen. I never grow tired looking at his work, completely captivating. He wanted to become a photographer since he was 8 and had his first independent photo exhibition at the age of 17. Born in Copenhagen, based in Paris, and now partly New York, he has been working professionally as a fashion and beauty photographer for the past 15 years. Nowadays, he’s shot for German, Australian and Russian Vogue, French Elle and Marie Claire, Australian Harper’s Bazaar, The Sunday Times Magazine, Jalouse, L’Officiel and Wallpaper, among others.


Amanda Charchain [Photography]

Monday, October 22, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Photography

Overexposed photos with skewed angles and overlapping floral patterns are the key elementsof LA’s Amanda Charchian’s ‘Rose Ascension’ series. In her own words:

“I aim to investigate the state of alienation through realms of the physical, psycho-social and spiritual human condition. Employing 2D and 3D mediums to transmit mystical experience into matter, my art practice is a means of communicating the subconscious sphere into objects; creating possible portals to ascend beyond known reality.”


Treu Bleu Imagery at SLATE Magic Recap [Video]

Monday, September 10, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Culture, Photography, Video

Here’s a video recap of the Treu Bleu installation over at S.L.A.T.E MAGIC last month over one of my new favorite tracks from Theo Martin, titled “Windows 95″.


Tasha Bleu’s Installation at MAGIC

Monday, August 27, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Culture, Photography

MAGIC Trade Show hit the west coast once again featuring some of the movers and shakers of the industry and the best up-coming brands. Not only do the brands come out to spotlight their work, a hand-full of aspiring creatives landed a spot at one of the most prestigious event. Contributing Photographer to Hypebeast, Tasha Bleu, was one of the few to join forces with HY.GEN.IC and Flexfit for this amazing installation.

Featuring some of her best menswear shots, original pieces, and an interactive photo station with some of the industry’s most familiar faces (Swizz Beats, Jeff Staple, Pusha T, and more).


Greedmont Radio “Smoke, No Mirrors” Shoot [Photos]

Thursday, August 9, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Music, Photography, Rap


So we’ve secretly been working on the next compilation album for Greedmont Radio with some of our favorite artist from Atlanta. We’ll be premiering the first video “Smoke, No Mirrors” Tomorrow, August 10th. Featuring Mach Five, Trinidad James, Arius, Trayon Pass and Big Cheeko. Here’s a collection of dope photos I took while on set.


Trinidad James.

A.ware of Mach Five.

Big Cheeko.

Arius.

Corey Davis of Mach Five.

Trayon Pass.

Asston Kusher.


CRUx Penthouse Series [Photos]

Tuesday, July 17, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Photography

While on the Ratchet Shit Tour, we was blessed enough to spend the last week raging out in the penthouse suite at the Thompson in the Lower East Side of New York. One day, whilst brushing my teeth I noticed the lighting in the bathroom was rather exceptional so I decided to do this series of portraits of everyone(well, almost everyone..) who came by for a visit. Everyone from some of my closest friends to New York’s movers and shakers, scenesters and snow bunnies. [Photos by @whoiscoreydavis]


Silly and Crazy – Francis Bowie [Music Video]

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Culture, Design, Entertainment, Music Video, Photography

Residing in Copenhagen, Denmark electronic/pop solo artist Francis Bowie is a wonderful fast-rising Danish artist released his new energetic visual for “Silly and Crazy” off his self-titled EP, Francis Bowie, which is currently promoting, There’s a couple of animated clips of hellucinations. Follow the glamour and the delirious femme fatal roaming the wilderness and through the barrier, followed by Francis in a church disheartened and chill. The great shots and curious effects from the production team make this a great song. Francis bowie voice is uniquely dramatic and new wave inspired production make this necessary listening. Indie Music Musings calls him “a positive rush of inspiration and celebration inspired by new wave and electronic music. Picture Duran Duran and Unkle with dreadlocks.”, expect to hear more great music from this muscian accross the US. Find out more at www.francisbowie.com

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Snow on Tha Bluff [Photos + Trailer]

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Art, Entertainment, Movie Review, movies, Photography, Video

I’ve been hearing a lot about this movie around the ‘hood lately, so I definitely had to check it out. And it was dope af, I’m officially stamping it as an instant A-Town classic. Snow On Tha Bluff(Dir.Damon Russell) is the story of Curtis Snow, an Atlanta robbery boy and crack dealer who steals a video camera from some college kids during a dope deal, and begins documenting his life. In the last issue of Greedmont Magazine we had the chance to interview photographer, Artem Nazarov, who had the chance to catch these stunning photograph’s of some the film’s cast.

Check out the trailer below and pre-order your copy now @ Amazon for $17 (more…)


Andrew Quesada- Spring Eighty Seven Model Reel [Video]

Saturday, February 18, 2012 by | No Comments | Category: Photography, Video

Here’s an afternoon eye ‘gasm for you; sent to me from one of my favorite photographers from my home state of California, Andrew Quesada.

In case you missed it, check out my original post on Quesada’s work here.

www.andrewquesada.com