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  • Kimberly Davis: The Natural Beauty Solution

    Jul 31, 2015
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    From food and drink to interior design and architecture, Austin-based photographer Kimberly Davis can make anything look good. Last fall, Kimberly photographed "The Natural Beauty Solution," a book from Mary Helen Leonard about breaking free from commercial products by using natural ingredients. After looking through the spreads from Kimberly, I'd say that most of these beauty tricks look good enough to eat!
  • Fred McKie: Ultimate Utah

    Jul 30, 2015
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    There's no doubting the beauty of the American Southwest. For Australian photographer Fred McKie, capturing the stunning landscape has become a bit of a passion. Fred first discovered the southern US in 2013 with his wife while on a roadtrip during a visit to see his brother-in-law in Tennessee. He was immediately inspired...
  • Bobby Bruderle: On the Road with G-Eazy

    Jul 27, 2015
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    G-Eazy knows first-hand how hard it is to "make it" in the music industry. The road to success has been long and winding for the 26-year-old rapper/producer, but following the chart-topping release of his debut studio album in November, he's definitely made a name for himself in hip-hop...
  • Bryan Tarnowski: Robert “Bilbo” Walker, Blues Legend

    Jul 22, 2015
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    The Mississippi Delta Region, a 200-mile long stretch of land between the Mississippi and Yazoo rivers, is well known for its surplus of cotton, delicious fried catfish and good old southern hospitality. Its real claim to fame, however, is the region's…

  • Alicia Vera: Eden

    Jul 20, 2015
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    For the last four years, Mexico City-based photographer Alicia Vera has been documenting the life of Eden, a 22-year-old exotic dancer and prostitute. Alicia first met Eden while working on a project about strippers in San Francisco—Eden had just moved to the city to become an exotic dancer, something she's dreamt of doing since she was 13. The two hit it off immediately. Soon, Eden was not only a subject, but a close friend.
  • Greg DuPree: Chasing Snakes

    Jul 17, 2015
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    There are a lot of people out there that are afraid of snakes. I don't blame them—in fact, I'm one of them. I can't help but shudder at the idea of their cold-blooded, limbless, venomous bodies slithering around my feet. It's safe to say that…

  • Jamey Guy: Voyageurs National Park

    Jul 16, 2015
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    Anyone who knows Minnesota-based photographer Jamey Guy knows that he's no stranger to the outdoors. He thrives in the wilderness, and he's a pro at creating rustic, American imagery in a natural environment. Jamey's latest personal project combines his love for the…

  • Julian Love: Handmade London

    Jul 14, 2015
    Photographer News

    There's something special about purchasing and using handmade goods—knowing that the product you're using was crafted by a skilled worker definitely gives it a little more character. London photographer Julian Love's ongoing personal project, "Handmade London," highlights those special artisans in East London's…

  • Jonathan Hanson: Baltimore to Los Angeles

    Jul 13, 2015
    Photographer News

    Early last year, we wrote a post about Jonathan Hanson's "These City Streets" series—a personal project born from a need to get away from his computer and explore his hometown of Baltimore. In January, Jonathan traveled to Los Angeles to lay the…

  • Eli Meir Kaplan: The Sweetlife Festival

    Jul 9, 2015
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    We're nearly halfway through July, and music festival season is in full swing. Each weekend, hoards of young people slip into their best outfit (fringe, anyone?) and flock to the nearest festival grounds to dance, listen to new music and have a…

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