Los Angeles based photographer Sal Moriarity hones in on the intimate space between two models to capture these stunning images of symmetry and flexibility. His keen eye for female beauty is both evocative and respectful.
The Swimming Pool, sun-lit series of color, black-and-white and Polaroid pictures showing different models photographed from above while swimming naked in photographer Deanna Templeton's pool is now on display at Fifty One Too Gallery.
While looking through the work of legendary South African photographer Sam Haskins we came across this shoot he did for Levis in the 1970s. At the time, Levis had a traveling exhibition of denim decorated by their customers and a competition along with it.
For over twenty years, Atlanta’s High Museum of Art has commissioned photographers, both established and emerging, to create work inspired by the rich cultural melange that is our American South.
Born in Belgium and growing up in Southern France, photographer Annelie Vandendael exposes the real nature of her subjects in a series of vibrant images and playful compositions.
Born in London, England, Knight’s collection of street photography is a diary of the last decade. Shot around the world with various cameras and film rolls, it’s a series of images that aren’t tied together by a consistent look or format ...
Coming from Czestochowa, a city in southern Poland, Margol is better known abroad than in his native country. With most of his works being sold in USA ...
Human artifacts and animals fill the subdued oil paintings of Miguel Escobar. And though many works appear without actual people, the artist is often exploring humanity through these desolate, beast-filled scenes.
For his photo shoot for Playboy magazine, Salvador Dali, long-time Playboy photographer Pompeo Posar, a gaggle of Playboy Bunnies and a giant egg headed to Cadaqués, a seaside town in Spain near where Dali lived in Port Lligat, a small village on a bay next to the town.
Los Angeles painter Lola Gil is known for her surreal, dreamlike works that reference the artist’s own history and the form itself.
In the past, Jillian Dickson’s colored pencil drawings blended flowers and female anatomy. With “My Undies,” the artist’s realistic, vibrant style highlights a different brand of intimate imagery.
Patricia Traub’s oil paintings exist at the intersection of art and activism. These works attempt to humanize her animal subjects, in a way that showcases both their inherent beauty and rights to live in the world untortured.
The billowed rugs and other objects in Antonio Santin’s ghostly oil paintings are rendered with unsettling realism. The Madrid native works in “elaborate still-lifes,” as he alters his subjects to create new realities.
In celebration of The National Art Center of Tokyo‘s 10th anniversary, French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux
Obesity was once synonymous with wealth in China. That idea has evolved into a more Western equation of excessive weight
A$AP Ferg has unveiled his latest collection with L.A. brand AGOLDE. The unisex denim collection was shot in Harlem, with the rapper using his friends as models.
Leading model Liu Wen lands the May 2017 cover of Vogue China. Photographed by Terry Richardson, the homegrown beauty wears a Gucci lace trimmed jacket with a matching skirt. In the accompanying spread, Liu strikes pose after pose in looks from the spring collections.
Lacoste and Yazbukey team up for a tennis-themed capsule collection, combining the French brand’s iconic crocodile with Yazbukey’s fun emojis.
Vogue Turkey March 2017 Stella Maxwell by Miguel Reveriego - Photography: Miguel Reveriego, Styled by: Konca Aykan, Hair: Tomi Kono, Makeup: Seong Hee Park, Manicure: Naomi Yasuda, Model: Stella Maxwell.
Supple leather backpack imbued with a flower motif, and a pair of low-top slip-on sneakers featuring the same flower designs prevalent throughout the collection.
Polish brand UEG is back with a solid offering of revival sportswear and reworked military classics for FW17, following a fire collaboration with Puma.
Alas, one of the biggest hallmarks of prissy popular suburbanites from the early 2000s is back on the map.
Flair Italy No.21 - Photographer: Boo George, Sytlist: Anders Sølvsten Thomsen, Model: Isabella Emmack & Connor Newall