DFA Records, the New York label that changed dance music as we know it, celebrates its 12th anniversary this year. The anniversary will be celebrated on May 25 with Red Bull Music Academy with a wild night at Grand Prospect Hall in NYC. Two days later, label founder James Murphy will host an in-depth conversation about the label’s … Read more
Guy Aroch is an American fashion photographer originally from Israel. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 1993 and has continued with his work with leading fashion magazines around the world.
Andrew Kuykendall is a fashion photographer based out of New York. His photos combine saturated images that remain vibrant through their youthful exuberance. Kuykendall has collaborated with the likes of L’Officiel, Oyster, Grazia, Inked, Foam, Express UK, and many more.
On Friday February 8th, winter storm Nemo wreaked some serious havoc on the Northeast. While most photos of the storm portray cars buried in white fluff or ‘end of the world’ scenarios, one man was able to make some beautiful art out of the unfortunate weather. Photographer Brian Maffitt decided at some point during the … Read more
It‘s about where your mind‘s at. It‘s about where you left your soul These are the words that photographer Carsten Jamrow uses to approach not only his work, but his life. The internationally awarded German photographer has worked for clients like Adidas, Nintendo and BMW, but his independent work combined different passions in his manner … Read more
written by: Anna Callaghan Last August, on a street corner in Salahedin, Syria, journalist Niklas Meltio watched three rebel fighters get slaughtered right next to him. Nothing remained of two of the men; the third lay bloodied on the ground gasping for air. After completing a course in battlefield first aid in October, Meltio wonders … Read more
Swedish House Mafia’s One Last Tour is well underway and the hype could not be any louder. Kicking off the tour with a 3-night sold out run at Sweden’s Friends Arena, this trio did not disappoint in any way or form. From a extensively planned set coinciding with never-seen before stage production, the crowd response … Read more
Agence French-Presse, known as AFP and one of the world’s most expansive news sources, released their 2012 photos of the year. Spanning from civil protests to natural disasters, the photos beautifully and not so beautifully tell the stories of 2012.
YouTube user Alessandro Grespan took the liberty of playing 2 videos at the same time to create this beautiful masterpiece. A collaboration of LCD Soundsystem’s New York I Love You and Miles Davis Improvising on the trumpet. No editing or tricks are involved.
Written by: Anna Callaghan On a blustery Sunday in the middle of Central Park, thousands of people gathered around the skeleton of the NYC marathon finish line. The finish, usually a point of excitement, was reduced to a steel structure cloaked in blue and orange, the colors of the marathon. The sun broke through gaps … Read more
While Hurricane Sandy has moved on from tormenting the Mid-Atlantic and New England coastlines, the devastation she caused will be felt by millions of Americans in the coming months and years. As a West Coaster, it’s hard for me to fully understand and comprehend Sandy and the devastation it has caused. Now that Sandy has … Read more