When photographer Jamie Beck partnered with graphic artist Kevin Burg, cinemagraphs (which until then were tinkering ideas in Burg’s mind) came to life.
The After Hours Building is a building that was built, owned, and occupied by a top local graphic design/art-licensing company and its owners.
Exhausted coal miners and shabby families hovering aimlessly on streets, in doorways, in bars – these are snapshots of New York’s struggling working class in the mid-20th century.
There’s the beach, and then there’s the English seaside. In this photo essay, Sheila Rock views it through American eyes, as “a forgotten England”.
Cheeming Boey takes something as simple as styrofoam coffee cups, and turns them into wonderful works of art.