A good street photographer must be possessed of many talents: an eye for detail, light, and composition; impeccable timing; a populist or humanitarian outlook; and a tireless ability to constantly shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot and never miss a moment. Learn More
Celebrated by The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, American Photo, Town and Country, and countless other publications, the life's work of recently discovered street photographer Vivian Maier has captivated the world and spawned comparisons to photography's masters including Diane Arbus, Helen Levitt, Lisette Model, Walker Evans, and Weegee among others.
The landmark exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego documents the historic revolution in visual culture, in which the codes and icons of the everyday — found on the streets in graffiti, signage, waste, tattoos, advertising, and graphic design — have been appropriated and used as an integral part of contemporary art-making.
Only a few months after the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor and the same year that Albert Camus offered the world his bleak vision of man’s existence by introducing his philosophical dictum of The Absurd, Virgil Partch burst onto the scene with his own twist on the phrase. Learn More
Discovered in vintage typographic manuals, the specimens featured on these elegant cards range from one-of-a-kind hand-drawn samples to classic favorites used in the early decades of the twentieth century. Learn More
A hail of bullets. Dive-bombing lawnmowers. Muscle cars and femme fatales with more curves than a runaway bus! Throw in a side of cheesecake and welcome to the shadowy underworld of Greg Stainboy Reinel. Learn More
VAGA is a biannual New York City based publication. Each issue is theme oriented showcasing original fashion editorials, exclusive interviews and featured profiles from the genres of fashion, art, film and music. Learn More
Pioneer of chaos mathematics, Edward Lorenz posited in his 1988 paper "Unventions What the Hell?" the now accepted theory that unventions were a necessary reaction to humans getting all uppity with their big ideas. Learn More
The writing is the wall. Not to be filed under history, photography, design, or non-fiction, as it contains outright lies and outrageous subjective opinion, this book is definitely about street art. It is also about now. Learn More
We have previously claimed that Street Art is the most important art movement of our time. It was a deliberately provocative thing to say and we remain unapologetic for it. But the hotly debated question still remains... Is Street Art an extension and evolution of Graff or a corruption of Graff’s pure rebel yell into an easy to swallow rebel lifestyle? This is Street Art. Make up your own mind. Learn More
Brilliant successor to the first edition Untitled – Street Art in the Counter Culture, this book about street art has again been created without the collaboration of the artists and certainly without the ‘permission’ of the wall owners. Works featured are all recent creations and many exhibit the vile passions that rage between old schools and new. Learn More