Little Rock, Arkansas-based photographer Karen Segrave’s latest work for Coulson Oil’s RoadRunner stores captures wholesome vignettes of “real people” shopping and working at the gas station convenience stores.
Cleveland, Ohio-based Photographer Angelo Merendino’s most recent project honors the selfless nature of the nursing profession by sharing the stories of nurses from various hospitals in Cleveland. The portrait project, titled “A Privilege Unlike Anything Else,” will be released just in time for National Nurses Month in May.
Photographer Richard Darbonne recently photographed Yvonne Perez Emerson, the founder of Make & Mary, a new luxury beauty CBD brand, for a Forbes article. The resulting images offer us a glimpse of how the cannabis industry has changed (and how it hasn’t).
Chicago-based photographer Marissa Roseillier takes us on a Great American Road Trip with her latest work for American Optical. Her lifestyle images evoke the feeling of adventure that comes from sliding on your sunglasses and cruising along California’s sun-soaked roads.
Janelle Bendycki’s work with Abercrombie Kids captures candid conversations about what Black History Month means to them. The images showcase a collaboration between Abercrombie Kids and artist Morrah Burton-Edwards while serving as a powerful vehicle for continued discussions about racial equity and representation.
Greenville, South Carolina’s Studio Dispatch (Will Crooks and Tara Davis) is a creative duo with an affinity for bright colors. They captured Feetures’ new line of socks, granting the products and brand a fresh, light-hearted, creative direction.
Pack your bags and 3.4 oz. toiletries — we’re headed to the airport in this week’s Creative in Place: Wings. We know it’s been a while, so we’ve provided a reminder of all the adventures that lie ahead.
Boston-based Fine Art Photographer Bruce T. Martin heads “Down the Street” to layer fragmented panoramic views with each neighborhood’s own unique sounds presenting and dissecting a street’s and its residents’ sense of identity.
Fernando Decillis’ latest project for Smithsonian Magazine shines a light on Indigenous Haida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian artists living in Alaska who are honoring and reviving traditional arts while reinterpreting them in new ways.
The ‘Crescent City’ is known for its jazz music and historic architecture, but its true character is embodied by its uniquely southern food and the experiences it offers on its streets. In his new book project, Dick Patrick gives us an insider look at his hometown through a New Orleans native’s eyes.