Dublin art director Kirk Bannon recently showed me this spectacular shot taken from his window whilst staying in New York’s Palace Hotel. If you’re a fan of type, you’ll recognize the iconic signage from the New York Magazine sign, which was replaced by Burberry in 2009. What are the odds of capturing this moment? Type strapped down, […]
Do you feel like you are Big Meech? How about Larry Hoover? Never really got the Alpo references of your favorite rappers? Try reading F.E.D.S: Finally Every Dimension of the Streets. For a while before F.E.D.S, I really grew tired of magazines like The New Yorker, New York Magazine and Time Out New York that only gave me a few dimensions of the streets. The day I first read F.E.D.S, I knew we were meant to be together.
Henry Hargreaves‘ introduction to the photography industry began in front of the camera as he was the pin-up boy for such fashion houses as Prada, YSL, Jil Sander and others. Four years ago, Hargreaves settled in New York and began work out of his studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, shooting fashion and still life for clients such as Ralph Lauren, New York Magazine, GQ, NYLON, Boucheron, Marie Claire and others. This work is from his Food of the Rainbow series, which was styled by Lisa Edsalv.
Robyn Twomey is a freelance photographer based in San Francisco and also working out of Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in Time, Fortune, New York Times Magazine, Wired and New York Magazine. In the fall of 2009, she was assigned by photo editor Scott Thode at Fortune Magazine to cover the medicinal marijuana gold rush in California for the article, Medical Marijuana’s High Society.