Working to capture mirror images of society, street photography is a reflection of the urban landscape. Street photographers create time capsules of our world, documenting the big and small moments of
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So you've watched all nine best picture nominees, you've practiced your "La La Land" dance moves, and you know the correct pronunciation of "Villeneuve." You're ready for the Oscars. So if you think you're
Morrie and Betty Markoff, 103 and 100, say that there’s no particular secret to their very long marriage, other than tolerance, respect and luck. But why has Morrie never told Betty that he loves her?
If the idea of building a gallery wall exhausts you, we have that in common. The entire process — from collecting and framing the art to executing the installation — felt overwhelming when I attempted
Aaron Tilley uses his quirky photo series to explore the curious connection between how the mind perceives the world and conveys these reactions in their physical body. Tilley, in collaboration with director
Athens-based shop Fabulous Cat Papers combines the beauty of embroidery and vintage scientific illustrations into one-of-a-kind notebooks. The covers feature printed anatomical drawings, geometric designs,
PANTONE recently collaborated with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago‘s designers and art directors to transform Seoul, Korea’s streets during the dreary monsoon season. The appropriately titled
All Photographs Copyright Joel Meyerowitz Joel Meyerowitz requires little introduction. He is a living legend in street photography. Beginning with his pioneering of color street photography, more accurately
Colorful street photography that celebrates delightful visual compositions found by chance (or choice) out in the world — overlapping planes of color, juxtapositions, lines, geometries, visual tricks treats.
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