David Black teamed up with Light In the Attic Records once again – this time to shoot the cult duo rock-n-roll farmers, Donnie & Joe Emerson, for the re-issue of their 1979 album, Dreamn’ Wild. Rock on!
Have you ever wanted to own an original drawing by Dallas Clayton? Well, now’s your chance! Dallas is doing some Spring cleaning by selling a bundle of small original one-of-a-kind pieces. All are super reasonably priced. Talk about some good gift giving material! Email firstname.lastname@example.org and get yours today!! Oh, and TGIF !!
Always the inquisitive explorer, Klaus Thymann is documenting another ineresting story. This project, similar to Project Pressure, is a reflection of his interest in mapping and the passage of time across landscapes and communities. For more than a hundred years, the town of Kiruna, Sweden’s northernmost settlement, has had iron extracted from the nearby mine and now the town is at risk of collapsing into the earth!
Located 87 miles inside the Arctic Circle, Kiruna will be moved piece by piece to a new location 2.5 miles to the south. Hundreds of families from the town of 20,000 along with buildings like the town hall and century-old wooden church will be taken apart, loaded on to flat bed trucks, and reassembled at the new site.
Over the next decade, Klaus plans to visit Kiruna numerous times to document the changes from both a geographical and human perspective. Check out his website for updates!
Justin Fantl had the pleasure of working with Christian Ioos at Golf Digest on this project. He’s the son of legendary photographer, Walter Ioss. He essentially sent over the putters, told him about the feature, and said go for it – “Shoot it how you see it.” Bam – putters have never looked so good!
Oh, and if you haven’t checked out Justin’s personal website lately – take a look! It’s brand new & looking mighty nice!!
Ever wish that you lived during a different era? Well, some people are actually doing it! Emily Shur photographed a stylish subculture of 7 Angelenos for Los Angeles Magazine who are so obsessed with a certain decade that they’ve decided to stop the clock and live their every day life in the past! From the 1920′s to the 1980′s and every decade in between – check out these fascinating people in their actual time-specific spaces!
Djuna Bel was one of the stylists interviewed in a recent blog by Nasty Gal titled, “Lessons From the Pros: The Basic Rules.” They went into her West Coast digs to chat classic tees! Check her out and take some notes!
Glynis Carpenter recently teamed up with the folks over at Complex for a very cool, colorful, and energetic feature on Y-3. The shoot highlights the Spring/Summer 2014 collection of Yohji Yamamto’s union with Adidas, now entering its 11th year of creating futuristic sportswear. See where athletics and aesthetics intersect plus a behind-the-scenes video below! We’re totally trying some of these moves this weekend!