ROA, a Belgain artist, is known for his large-scale animal street art.
We found a giant squirrel by artist ROA on the side of a brick building where Club Row meets Redchurch Street.
Redchurch Street itself is another hotbed of street art, and worthy of further exploration. Remember to look high and low, you might be surprised to find something like a tiny door that most people probably miss. This is stop #5 of our East London Graffiti Walk.
The Canadian photographer Robert Polidori is known for his large-scale urban, interior and landscape photographs, and is mostly known for the size of his images as his subjects often revolve around the architecture of prestigious museums.
Adrian Piper is known as a mixed medium artist known for tackling socio-political issues regarding gender, race, class, and identity. This show at the Museum of Modern Art explores her retrospective on photo-collage and drawing.
Known as one of the most important contemporary artists and photographers today, Wolfgang Tillmans is known for his exploration of the photographic medium's foundations through a diverse body of work and observation.
A little while ago, Lomographer Matthew Alexander organized a LomoWalk for analog photographers in his hometown, beautiful Beacon, NY. He wanted to get to know and connect the film photography community of his town and invited everyone on a Saturday walk on Main Street.
Oliver Astrologo is a talented Italian video maker and photographer, who makes intense and fascinating short movies of his journeys through the world. He tested our Neptune Convertible Art Lens System in the streets of London.
NYC based photographer Christopher Logan is well known for his unique way of capturing the fashion scene from around the globe on film. Teen Vogue once said his photos are "the coolest way to view Fashion Week". So we handed him our Neptune Art Lens System and let him do his thing. See for yourself.
Daniel Arnold may just be one of the most important names in contemporary street photography. Known for his raw takes on New York City life, he leaves no detail glamorized and allows himself to get into their personal space -- a task only for the fearless shooters in the concrete jungle.
From a snippet that aired on CBS Sunday Morning, "Capturing the Moment" is a segment that focused on photojournalist Eddie Adams, who won his Pulitzer in 1969 for his famous image of a Vietcong prisoner about to be executed at a street in Saigon. Other photographers share their inklings as well.