A New Photography Book, Bling Bling Baby explores intersections of ‘90s hip-hop culture and contemporary fashion in lavish excess
‘Bling Bling Baby’ is inspired by ‘90s hip-hop. 📷: Daniel Sannwald via @TheCut
“At Getty Images we have seen a rise in the popularity of images depicting women who care less about how they look and more about what they can do, a visual trend we are calling ‘Gritty Woman’” – Rebecca Swift, Director of Creative Insight, Getty Images ( via HuffPostUK)
According to a recent survey by Sport England, a third of women still worry about what people think of their appearance and ability when they exercise. At a time where we’re seeing women as world leaders, this is a worrying statistic. 📷: Nick David
In Hondros, director and childhood friend Greg Campbell creates a portrait of a man with not only great depth and sensitivity, but a passion for his craft, and an unending talent for creating breathtaking imagery. Executive produced by Jake Gyllenhaal.
Beginning with the war in Kosovo in 1999, award-winning photographer Chris Hondros served as a witness to conflict for over a decade before being killed in Libya in 2011.
The project took a year to complete and each image is the result of a lengthy process of research, testing of materials, preparation, art direction, planning and of course experimenting—with most shots taking sometimes up to nine hours to prepare,”
Robbie Postma and Robert Harrison’s wild food portraits.📷: Robbie Postma (via Adweek)
“Maria Ribeiro, a Brasil-based feminist photographer believes that everything we want is to grow old in peace with our bodies, our curves, our marks …”
“When did a woman’s body, the real body, become forbidden?” – 📷Maria Ribeirovia @The_PlaidZebra
Technology and globalization can make the world feel small and thoroughly explored. But there are always places to discover—and rediscover—for yourself.
How many of these places will you visit in 2017? Queenstown, New Zealand 📷:Ramiro Torrents/GettyImages via Travel + Leisure