Clayton Cotterell photographed artist Dodgr for Rolling Stone.
“From The Strokes to Martin Scorsese and from Amy Winehouse to Shaquille O’Neal, Jake Chessum’s portraits have a timeless quality that get to the heart of his subjects. Discover intriguing backstories, told by the photographer himself, in this interview with Peter Howarth.”
Introducing POPLIFE: Christopher Griffith’s newly launched Pop Art social commentary project. Collecting and photographing over 2,000 bottle caps from 7 different collections in the United States, POPLIFE is an ongoing project with prints available for purchase at the link below. For more information, follow @the.poplife on instagram or visit https://www.poplifegallery.com/
Though we’d rather be throwing our own ragers this weekend, Bela Borsodi’s recent feature for Esquire “How to Throw an Adult Rager,” will do for now. Art Direction: Rockwell Harwood Prop Styling by Ariana Salvato. Special thanks to Justin O’Neill.
John Clang’s series of photographs ‘Being Together’ is featured in the online project ‘In Touch’ by Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi.
The body of work was previously part of the exhibit “Family Matters,” held at the museum in 2014, “which explored how artists handle the topic, wondering what the family is in their eyes, so much as exploring the way in which it plays a crucial role in everyone’s life, indeed more so today than ever before.”
Read more about the series and the latest feature here.