SPOTLIGHT: GORDON PARKS
American Photographer Gordon Parks has been called “the most important black photographer in the history of photojournalism” – the man who taught himself how to take pictures at the age of twenty-five with a Voigtländer Brillant that he purchased at a pawn shop…
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ERIN RILEY WEAVES A NEW SOLO SHOW, CRIMSON LANDSLIDE
Artist, Erin M Riley’s weaved tapestries of Selfies are generally a window into a newer expression of female identity – Her new solo show Crimson Landslide shows off a more personal dialogue on the habits, objects of regimen, necessities and stresses of women’s everyday lives.
Take a peek here.
SOLANGE X PUMA
We don’t often feature photo sets but this one is just doing everything right.
Solange Knowles, recently hired as PUMA’s new Creative Director knocks one out of the park with her campaign for PUMA’s new brand ‘Girls of Blaze’ - four different vibrant sneaker designs created by various New York Artists.
With a little help from the Okpo sisters from the William Okpo line, the print campaign is a refreshing look at women in boldly powerful stances in fun colorful energetic locales that make them shine.
*concept & art direction from Solange Knowles and photography by Alan Ferguson
Creative concept & art direction by Solange Knowles
Photography by Alan Ferguson
AH-MAZING! One day i hope to create projects like this!