Toni Morrison (February 18, 1931 – August 5, 2019)
If someone forced me to pick a favorite living photographer, my pick would be Daisuke Yokota. If I had to then select just one photobook from his rather vast amount of work, I’d pick Taratine.
Masahisa Fukase’s Solitude of Ravens, first published in 1986, is considered by many to be a high point in postwar Japanese photography, and even one of the most important photobooks ever created. While I am […]
Do you wear jewelry? Do you like Rock ‘n’ Roll? If that’s 2x “Yes”, check out The Great Frog’s Rock ‘n’ Roll culture inspired rings.
Lin Zhipeng’s, aka No.223, new photobook Flowers and Fruits is a feast for the eyes, passions, and soul(food).
Five favorite things (outside of hifi) from Christopher Hildebrand, Fern & Roby, Tektonics Design Group.
Five favorite things (outside of hifi) from John DeVore, DeVore Fidelity:
Five favorite things (outside of hifi) from Stephen Mejias, AudioQuest Director of Communications:
Building 6197, a 22,320-square-foot warehouse in Universal Studios Hollywood, housed 2,400 square feet lined with 18-foot-high storage shelves filled with master tapes owned by UMG. On June 1, 2008, Building 6197 went up in flames.
Hurry! Magnum Photo Collective’s Square Print Sale is happening now, but not for long—June 10, 8 a.m. EST to June 14, 11:59 p.m. EST.
There’s nothing better than artists on artists in my book. Whether that’s a cover, words, or images, artists on artists are 1000x more interesting (and insightful) than critics. Incidentally, I feel the same way about […]
Pitchfork writers can be smug. I think they get paid extra for smug word-count. Case in point…