When artist Clinton Bopp moved to Los Angeles twenty years ago, he was immediately struck by the city’s powerful tradition of public art. Murals filled with symbolism tell the history of the city’s cultures, particularly for Latino and African American communities. Though LA enacted a ban on murals in 2003, it was lifted ten years later and the city resumed its role as a thriving hub for public art.
Photographer Frédéric Lagrange began a love affair with Mongolia as a child, long before he ever had the chance to visit.
Over the past 10 years, Belgian travel photographer Pascal Mannaerts has been sharing his passion for other cultures with the world.
Polish photographer Adam Koziol is on a race against time. In his mission to document dying tribal cultures around the world, the young photographer travels extensively, seeking out indigenous peoples on the brink of extinction. Thus far, his work has brought him to Africa and Asia, where he’s been able to make contact with 18 tribes and conduct photo shoots with these incredible people.
In 2015, photographers across the US were clamoring to fill a position once held by the iconic Ansel Adams.
Tired of the marginalization of female photographers in the commercial world, Jill Greenberg decided to take matters into her own...
Artist Alexa Meade blurs the line between 2D and 3D art through brilliant body painting. Throughout the years, her practice has perfected a type of delightful illusion that makes this oscillation possible. When you look at Meade’s work in still images, you assume that you’re viewing a conventional painting, but to see her art in person—or in the process of creation—is a whole different story.
Australian photographer Ray Collins has turned his love of the sea into a career with his stunning wave photography.
Since 2012, Romanian photographer David Burlacu has called New York City home.
Artist Gabriel Dawe creates awe-inspiring thread art that is seemingly magic. Simply put: he makes rainbows indoors. Known for delicate site-specific installations, the massive pieces span sections of art galleries—but that’s not all! His work also appears in places where anyone can see it, including airports and office buildings.
From chasing storms to following molten lava, photographer Mike Mezeul II is known for his incredible images of extreme weather.
Many of us have grown up loving Disney animated films.