New York’s graffiti is undoubtedly a tourist attraction in itself. In this video, we go back to the 70’s where Jon Naar documented the bustling scene with his trusty film camera.
Love them or hate them, the graffiti in New York is an institution and is here to stay. From simple tags to elaborate murals, the ‘urban art’ scene has sure come a long way since the 70’s when photojournalist John Naar documented New York’s emerging graffiti phenomenon. In this short video produced by Stussy, John talks about his unique standpoint on the scene.
Are you a fan of urban art? This is definitely a must watch!
Ricardo Lozano is based in Brooklyn, New York where he started documenting his life in this bustling city. The photographs turned into a series, which he called "Seldom Bored". Let's get to know more about this project; here's a sneak peek.
To celebrate a decade of the Diana F+, we collected the best images taken with this classic Lomography camera. Watch how it rearranged and reshaped the world in this gallery of mind-boggling multiple exposures.
When Lomography introduced the Diana F+, it became an instant darling in 2007. The year after, the Diana World Tour has launched, the biggest party ever for the toy camera. Let's blast back to several years earlier and toast to the good times of the Diana World Tour.
Photographs are synonymous to haiku poems in the work of Japanese photographer Masao Yamamoto. Each image presents a moment in life that is fleeting, but through his camera, his audience can enjoy the transience.
Being a great street photographer doesn't mean you should be shooting at famous capitals for their architecture or their visual appeals -- it's taking the heart of humanity in the city -- and the Big Apple just happens to win everyone at that.
Ever since the Diana F+ camera was introduced, we knew it was going to be iconic! People from all different parts of the world were crazy about it and to this moment on beautiful photographs had been made.
The Portland Darkroom will be the new public access go-to in the area when the Newspace Center for Photography recently closed down this July. The core group from the old center though will save the film community through this crowdfunding campaign.