From the collection of The Detroit Photographic Company, a business that in the late 1890s had acquired exclusive rights to use “Photochrom,” a Swiss color photolithography process. This enabled “the mass production of color postcards, prints, and albums for sale to the American market.”
Hamburger Eyes has published a new zine featuring the photography of Piotr Pietrus, Paulo Arellano, Aaron Wynia, Kingsley Ifill, Peter McCollough, Jonnek Jonneksson, Grant Hatfield, Elmo Tide, Zebulon Zang, John Oliver Hodges, David Potes, Ray Potes, Ricky Adam, Brandon Getty, Dan Thompson, Nina Mouritzen, Nate Igor Smith, Guy Vinciguerra, and David Dunnico.
Published by Morel Books, Hester is Asger Carlsen’s latest monograph focusing on his disturbingly lovely series of nudes.
Over the course of three years, photographer Colin M. Day has traveled to and from a marijuana farm in the wilderness of Northern California. These are the resulting photographs.
25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.
Revok is an artist living and working in Detroit, Michigan.
He can be followed on instagram at @whoopx2
As told by Bryce Kanights in The Photographer Series
The Photographer Series is a video series by Andrew Norton about the stories behind some of the most epic skateboard photos and the people who made them
Unearthed, and collected by Dave Schubert while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.
We’ve been huge fans of Jerry Hsu’s photography for a second. So when images of his new book arrived in our inbox, we were stoked. Published through SPA, The Killing Season chronicles Jerry’s 3-week motorcycle ride across Vietnam. More info on the book here.