Category Photo

Vector Portraits

1989 – 1997
Photographs made while traveling 50 to 70 mph in Los Angeles and other parts of the Southwestern United States.

by Andrew Bush

Che Kothari

Culture. Opportunity. Change. These are the words that sum up what Che Kothari stands for. At the young age of twenty-five he has become an established photographer and leader within his community, dedicated to fostering other young artists in his city. Raised in Guelph, Ontario, he moved to Toronto at the age of 17 to pursue an education at Ryerson University for image Arts while immersing himself in the cultural arts the city had to offer.

Che is founder of  non-profit organization, Manifesto Community Projects.  Manifesto aims to provide a platform and the resources needed to advance the growth of the arts as a tool for positive change, on the individual, community and city level.

Afrika Bambaataa



Kool Herc




Ziggy Marley

JR on Art, Experimentation, and Keeping Your Freedom

JR states that the street is “the largest art gallery in the world.”

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Make Love, Not Riots

Click on the photo to see more of the Vancouver rioting!

Inventor Portrait: Steven Sasson

Ya, he’s that dude.

Vivian Maier :: 40 Years of Photography

Vivian Maier was one of the best street photographers of her time — and completely unknown. She worked as a sweatshop laborer in New York and for forty years as a nanny in Chicago, and during that time she took some 100,000 photographs of street scenes and cityscapes.

Hedi Slimane

If you do not know this already, Wikipedia will tell you that Hedi Slimane (born July 5, 1968 in Paris) is a French fashion designer of Tunisian, Italian-Brazilian origins.[1] He studied political sciences (hypokhâgne prépa Sciences-Po), and Art History at the École du Louvre, and was also educated as a tailor. From 1992 to 1995 he worked for Jean-Jacques Picart, notably on the centenary exhibition of Louis Vuitton’s “LV” monogramme label.”
We dig !

Interview: Paul Labonté and/or Paul 107

This is pretty cool !
“Photographs inspired by the rap music that once inspired me.
Paul Labonté and/or Paul 107.
Shot and edited:
Vincent Tsang
Johnny F Kim
Scott Clyke
You can totally purchase it here

Laurent Nivalle photography

Laurent Nivalle has a quite distinct style in his photos. They feel more like remarks and observations about his subjects usually unaware of his presence.
We are psyched. Check his site for more.

Stop motion crumpers in jumpsuits

Nothing goes together better than crumping and stop motion, er.. um, at least according to Ryan Enn Hughes.  He’s the guy taking all those pics.  Nice beatbox too.  WARNING:  Watch full screen, may cause seizures.