FiftyRooms, a site celebrating the nude polaroid.
Taschen Books releases “The Book of Oga”, French photographer Bettina Rheims’s portraits of a gorgeous woman commissioned by her millionaire husband. Is Rome burning?
Meet Waradise is an evolving venue that plays host to creative endeavors. Tonight brings Fjord, an online photo collective which will display pictures by 66 photographers (Nicola Kast and Corrie Vierregger being friends of us) not on a wall, but on tables. Far out.
Meet Waradise – Fjord
17 Orchard Street, NY
Wednesday, November 19th
6 — 9 P.M.
See the new pictures in GQ. Wowzers.
Photographer Luc Delahaye.
“We have a present just for you.” Working under the erotic photographer and muse herself, Ellen Stagg, Mishka has come up with the girl next store calendar to help you keep track of your life, or delay getting things done! It will set you back 30 bucks!
Photographed by Mary Ellen Mark
We just got the heads up and this looks like its going to be a good one. Save the date. (its not a wedding) Danny Clinch Gallery Show at the Morrison Hotel Bowery Gallery on Wednesday December 10th.
These Birds Walk subscription series 2 contains four artists books by photographers Todd Hido, Marianne Mueller, Abner Nolan, and Alex Soth. For the small price of $100 (the more expensive signed edition of 50 is sold out), one of the unsigned/hand-numbered edition of 650 books will be delivered to you every 3 months. A gift that keeps on giving. While you’re at it, think about picking up the first series as well which features Mike Brodie, Jim Goldberg, Ari Marcopoulos, and Paul Schiek.
Nick Knight has a pretty fresh project going on where he is live streaming his latest fashion shoot for V magazine and his assistants are twittering. See it all here.
via, boing boing
Gdansk Poland based photographer Kamila Kulik. I just discovered her work and find it to be beautiful and poetic. Enjoy!
This is a nice street project by Mr. Talion. I just wonder how he comes up with those prices? See the work here.
From a spot we thought was a hotel to an event we thought was an art opening, there was much to do and think about doing over the course of the night. El Toro documents the scene.
With a new body of work containing Native Americans clashing with 20th century advertising, Faile succeeds. For those who are unable to make it to London in the next 10 days, the next best thing is this series of photographs by the prolific Romanywg. A couple of my favorites after the jump.
Kehinde Wiley’s latest show, Down, opened last Saturday. I was going to take some pics for you but this set from Juxtapoz should do just fine.