Nick Hedges' powerful images captured the housing crisis that gripped Britain in the 60s. As his work goes on show to commemorate homeless charity Shelter's 50th birthday, we meet the photographer. Last
Cutler Michael May, who makes pocket knives from his workshop in the city, is helping to lead a 21st-century revival of the craft. Thousands of ‘little mesters’ once made small tools and cutlery across
Aug. 17, 1977: Interstate 8 is littered with rocks and other debris near Ocotillo, Calif., after heavy rain from the remnants of Hurricane Doreen. Staff photographer Michael Mally covered the storm damage
His archive has been donated to and maintained by Cushman's alma mater, Indiana University, which has given us permission to publish his gallery of New York City photos taken in 1941 and 1942. These images
As part of an ongoing personal project to photograph the essence of youth and seek out “pureness, originality, natural beauty (and) personality”, photographer, casting director, and regular Dazed contributor
Clementine Schneidermann's photographs of Abertillery, Blaenau Gwent, have won her this year's Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award. Schneidermann moved to the Welsh town, having completed her photographic
What is it about the American landscape that has captivated photographers for so long? Over three decades, Graham has tirelessly traveled the country, capturing the colorful, sometimes surreal, and often
Adobe pretty much dominates the design world, but today a company called Figma is looking to take the giant on in much the same way Google Docs took on Microsoft Office: by focusing on online collaboration.