Half-Drag: interview with photographer Leland Bobbe

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 22 January 2014

Native New Yorker and photographer Leland Bobbe gained immense popularity with his series, Half-Drag, in which he shows us the faces of people behind the drag-queen makeup. We got an exclusive interview with him – as well as exclusive photos – and picked his brain on the series and his work. [see the original post we ran on this series]

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Photography of South East Asia by Ehrin Macksey

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By Samantha Chalker in New Photography on Saturday 24 November 2012

Dutch mother, American father. Netherlands birthplace, USA upbringing. Ehrin Macksey is another individual proving that globalisation creates incredible beings with an artful eye for human observation and supreme creativity. Beyond his parents and their geography, Ehrin says his eyes were opened by an accidental trip to the Middle East during the First Gulf War as a teenager. An excursion we presume very few people can boast.

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New photography by Matthew Reamer

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By Caitlin Sullivan in New Photography on Friday 2 November 2012

Since making a name for himself with his Scraper Bike Movement photos, Matthew Reamer has captured his life in photos in a way that makes me want to meet him. KISS facepaint and his long-haired outlaw friends make up his latest works, and capture another side of Bay Area life that would make anyone homesick for NorCal.

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Kuba Kossak

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By Piotr Szymaniak in Video on Saturday 29 May 2010

Kuba Kossak is one of the most interesting young Polish filmmakers. He’s got a solid music education, so his great shots are always well matched to the music. Check out his recent shoot for Maleman Magazine.

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