Photography

Visionaire magazine, always on the cutting edge of creative collaborations, has commissioned artist John Baldessari to lay his handiwork on their latest issue, Visionaire 64 ART. The idea is to take celebrity’s “selfies” and transform them from simple works of self absorption into concept art. Baldessari has taken high quality archival printed black and white photos of said celebs and laid […]


The late Bunny Yeager was a pinup model and photographer as well as contemporary of the great Bettie Page. And from her extensive archives, gathered into the pages of Bettie Page: Queen of Curves, are not only many of her best known and revered images, but also many never-before-seen photos. Yeager’s photography career was made when her photograph of Bettie […]


Photographer Russell James may be known for his contributions to Sport Illustrated, GQ and Vogue, but what he’s really known for is his work with Victoria’s Secret, where he’s been the principal photographer for a good 15 years. James has now compiled this book of nudes, tastefully titled Angels, showcasing all the Victoria’s Secret “angels” he has captured throughout his time, […]


17 Sep
Displaying beautiful prints of the artist's landscape work

High-end makers of winterwear Moncler have updated their classic down parka with the photography of Dan Holdsworth. Aside from supplying complete winter insulation, the Moncler x Dan Holdsworth “Blackout Gouter” Jacket subtly displays graphic prints of the UK artist’s landscape work. Other notable characteristics include 100% nylon shell, allover graphic, two-way zip closure, zip-up pockets and […]


Poler, the outdoor label out of Portland who are good for both gear and collabs alike, have gotten together with Team AWOL for a custom Specialized bike resilient enough to book it across the entire state of Oregon in three days. Chief bragging points aside from its efficiency in completing the Oregon Outback relate to its overall versatility […]


After much ado, and many beautiful photographs (at least 18,000 entries), the winners of the 2014 National Geographic Photography contest have been chosen. With the actual winning photograph being a supercell storm photo out of Colorado, “The Independence Day” (featured below), we have selected some of the winning bunch for your perusal, with some personal favorites […]


4 Aug
The heavily coveted time-keeper photographed by Steven Meisel

Pirelli has long been both the best in performance tires and the best in babilicious photography, its heavily coveted calendar dating back to 1964. Peaking in scandalousness in 2010 with the cheeky Terry Richardson-photographed edition, Pirelli did an about face the next couple years to go dignified with Karl Lagerfeld’s Mythology-fused edition in 2011, then classy with 2012’s Mario Sorrenti calendar and finally […]


This is a project of great interest to us here at LIAS. Mike Brodie, also known as “the Polaroid Kid”, left home with a camera and spent the next several years hopping trains all over America. The collected photos of the era have since toured the country in exhibits, ultimately settling down into the 104-page book […]

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