Photography

Belladonna!
Vintage Polaroid Selfies of Stevie Nicks

If you are someone under the age of 30, chances are you have taken a lot of pictures of yourself. The younger you are, the more photos you’ll have on your phone, laptop etc. of you making various doe-eyed duck

Read More

Portraits of…Southern California Punk Culture From The 70′s

I’m a child of the 80’s punk scene, and we were known to give hell to the older punks that came before us! Looking back on it, we were fucking brats that did not look up to older heads, but now

Read More

MY RULES!…
Glen E Friedman’s Impact On Youth Culture

What was the sickest hardcore photography for my generation? It was MY RULES photozine, and now book! The mastermind and photographer behind this epic piece of history was Glen E. Friedman. OK, I will try to keep it brief about

Read More

Art Is Hell… Visceral Photography

Jessicka Viscera is the warped mind behind Visceral Photography, and her imagery is visceral to the extreme. Her work explores the abyss of the human mind – the place some of us love to look into, while others pretend it’s

Read More

A Watery Grave…
Thor’s Well

Living in the northwest, there are so many desolate places – and by desolate, I mean devoid of human life, not of life itself. You don’t drive through strip mall after strip mall like you do in Southern California; here

Read More

Portraits of…
Houston Texas Punk Culture From The 80′s

Who would I be without being a part of the 80’s hardcore scene? Honestly, I don’t know, but I will say that those were the years that shaped me! I can’t tell you why, but the California scene had a

Read More

Tower of David…
The Worlds Tallest Squat
Dynamic Photo Essay

I’m gazing at some very powerful photos the Tower of David in Caracas, Venezuela, the tallest squat in the world! Alejandro Cegarra took amazing photos over five months, documenting the lives of the people who live in the post-apocalyptic-looking tower,

Read More

Stormtrooper Photos by Kristina Alexanderson

Star Wars has forever changed the landscape of pop culture – a classic story of good versus evil, telling us that even millennia in the future the conflict is black and white. But maybe we’re not seeing the full story…are

Read More

Creature Vision!
Macro Photos Of ANIMALS’ EYES

by Kayla Chobotiuk via Featureshoot Under a macro lens, the eye takes on new dimensions of intricate detail reminiscent of surreal landscapes and otherworldly surfaces. In Animal Eyes, Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan’s extreme close-ups offer a glimpse into an unseen

Read More

Peru’s Heavy Metal
Warriors of the ‘80s
by Freddy Alva

By Freddy Alva via No Echo The history of heavy metal in Peru is a long, winding road paved with adversity and conflict coupled with unbridled enthusiasm overcoming all odds in the quest for the ultimate killer riff. This search

Read More