From 1977 to 2001, photographer Richard Sandler roamed the streets of New York City, capturing some of the most iconic street photography of this bustling city in flux. Using his Leica, he documented generations of New Yorker's caught in the whirlwind of change that almost 25 years brought upon the city.
Photographer Zsolt Hlinka creates imaginary places out of real architectural forms.
Street photographer RK began his voyage into the world of photography four years ago, first honing his skills on his...
For 9 years, from 8:30 am and 9:30 am, Danish photographer Peter Funch stood at the southern corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue. In the rush of commuters, what he found was a glimpse of universal habits and the long trek to work.
In 1980, Anita Corbin trekked around London capturing revealing street photography along the way.
In 1980, aspiring photographer Ryan Weideman landed in New York City from California, looking to make a name for himself.
Photographer Andre D. Wagner‘s first book, Here for the Ride, is a beautiful compilation of contemporary New York street photography. Turning his mundane 9-to-5 commute into an opportunity, Wagner began documenting his subway rides from Brooklyn to New York. This work evolved into the monograph, which contains 62 images that weave a personal story of life in the city.
When photographer Benjamin Von Wong was a kid, he wished that he could run on air and defy gravity.
Lithuanian photographer Roza Vulf specializes in candid photographs rich with cinematic character.
Kissing is the universal way to show affection–no matter where you go, you can find amorous couples locking lips. Argentinian photographer Ignacio Lehmann demonstrates this in his endearing 100 World Kisses project, which captures culturally diverse street smooching from places around the world. For the past three years, he's traveled extensively–covering 12 countries and over 20 cities–to collect more than 1,000 images of people everywhere, from bustling metropolises to rural landscapes.
If you've ever wanted to walk along the streets of Japan and become immersed in its remarkable culture, Japanese photographer...
New York is a bike-friendly place where anyone can hop on a 2-wheeled vehicle and zip right past the taxis...