caitoppermann:

tgifgallery:

BY THE OLIVE TREES by Michael Friberg & Benjamin RasmussenSaturday, April 196-9pm @ TGIF
We’re super excited to announce our upcoming launch for the incredible newsprint publication by Michael Friberg and Benjamin Rasmussen.
By The Olive Trees is a project about the lives of Syrian refugees living in Jordan. It was recently published as an 80 page newsprint book intended to be distributed for free.
For more info about the event and check out the Facebook invite here.
p.s. We strongly suggest checking out the Kickstarter that made this project happen.  See you on the 19th!

We’re super excited about being a part of this launch. Come hang on the 19th!

caitoppermann:

tgifgallery:

BY THE OLIVE TREES by Michael Friberg & Benjamin Rasmussen
Saturday, April 19
6-9pm @ TGIF

We’re super excited to announce our upcoming launch for the incredible newsprint publication by Michael Friberg and Benjamin Rasmussen.

By The Olive Trees is a project about the lives of Syrian refugees living in Jordan. It was recently published as an 80 page newsprint book intended to be distributed for free.

For more info about the event and check out the Facebook invite here.

p.s. We strongly suggest checking out the Kickstarter that made this project happen.  See you on the 19th!

We’re super excited about being a part of this launch. Come hang on the 19th!

Apr 15
#tgif #michael friberg #benjamin rasmussen #photography
joanneratajczak:

pukaskwa, 2013

joanneratajczak:

pukaskwa, 2013

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oranbeg:

Our recently released Interleaves will be online later this week!
and
**make sure to get your submissions in for Oranbeg NET 5 Bastards
with curators: Colin Todd & Michael Vahrenwald . Submissions due April 25th, 2014 at midnight. Please submit to Oranbegpress@gmail.com up to 5 images for consideration (sRGB, JPG, 2000 pixels). Send as a ZIP file. Also please include: Title, Series (if relevant) and your web url.

oranbeg:

Our recently released Interleaves will be online later this week!

and

**make sure to get your submissions in for Oranbeg NET 5 Bastards

with curators: Colin Todd & Michael Vahrenwald 

Submissions due April 25th, 2014 at midnight. 
Please submit to Oranbegpress@gmail.com up to 5 images for consideration (sRGB, JPG, 2000 pixels). 
Send as a ZIP file. Also please include: Title, Series (if relevant) and your web url.

(via jotoole)

#oranbeg #colin todd #michael vahrenwald #photography #exhibition #submissions
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bremser:

Allen Warren, Gloria Swanson, New York, 1972

bremser:

Allen Warren, Gloria Swanson, New York, 1972

Apr 9
#allen warren #gloria swanson
tgifgallery:

mossless:


MOSSLESS: What are your thoughts on contemporary American culture, compared to what you experienced growing up?
Benjamin Rasmussen: I grew up in a place that was quite simple and harsh. There were no roads, electricity or phones. There were no doctors and lots of tropical diseases, so my parents had to teach themselves how to diagnose and treat illnesses and emergency injuries. Kids made most of their own toys and their own excitement. The focus was on the community and that was pretty much it.
What has struck me in the US is how everything needs to be large, complex and smooth. We believe in constant upward mobility and the pursuit of the financial American Dream. There is a strong cultural message that the most important thing is that we feel good, look beautiful and are always happy and fulfilled. And as photographers, there is a level of entitlement that since we created something, millions of people should see it and praise us and then give us money for it.

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Mossless interview with Benjamin Rasmussen, who is one of the artists involved in our upcoming launch for By The Olive Trees.  Oh, and thanks for the TGIF plug on Vice, Romke!

tgifgallery:

mossless:

MOSSLESS: What are your thoughts on contemporary American culture, compared to what you experienced growing up?

Benjamin Rasmussen: I grew up in a place that was quite simple and harsh. There were no roads, electricity or phones. There were no doctors and lots of tropical diseases, so my parents had to teach themselves how to diagnose and treat illnesses and emergency injuries. Kids made most of their own toys and their own excitement. The focus was on the community and that was pretty much it.

What has struck me in the US is how everything needs to be large, complex and smooth. We believe in constant upward mobility and the pursuit of the financial American Dream. There is a strong cultural message that the most important thing is that we feel good, look beautiful and are always happy and fulfilled. And as photographers, there is a level of entitlement that since we created something, millions of people should see it and praise us and then give us money for it.

Read more

Mossless interview with Benjamin Rasmussen, who is one of the artists involved in our upcoming launch for By The Olive Trees.  Oh, and thanks for the TGIF plug on Vice, Romke!

#mossless #tgif #vice #benjamin rasmussen #photography #features
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timothybriner:

J O E, Cleveland, 2014

Pick up the second edition of Native Son, out now!

Apr 8
#timothy briner #joe leavenworth
bookspreads:

Strange Paradise Charlie RubinConveyor Editions, 201429x25cm60 pagesDigital Offset Perfect Bound w/Tape Embellishment & Foil Stamp on Linen cover Edition of 750

bookspreads:

Strange Paradise
Charlie Rubin

Conveyor Editions, 2014
29x25cm
60 pages
Digital Offset
Perfect Bound w/Tape Embellishment & Foil Stamp on Linen cover
Edition of 750

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#charlie rubin #conveyor editions #books #publishing #strange paradise
#Lena C. Emery
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VUU artist talk today at FIT. Thanks for having us! ✌📚 (at Fashion Institute of Technology)

VUU artist talk today at FIT. Thanks for having us! ✌📚 (at Fashion Institute of Technology)

Apr 7

juanmadridphotography:

Catskill, NY.

Some work in progress & sketches/ideas from the past few months for my series RIP.

Apr 3
#juan madrid

jleav:

Five Spreads taken with Cell Phone, Native Son, 2014


PRE ORDER NOW AVAILABLE!

Native Son
Joe Leavenworth

Second Printing - May 2014

76 pages
8.5x11”
Hand stitched
Letter pressed cover
Edition of 75

Published by VUU

You can order HERE!

(via vuucollective)

#Joe Leavenworth #vuu #vuu collective #native son #books #photography #publishing #diy #pre-order
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conveyorblog:

Conveyor Editions is delighted to announce the official launch and book signing of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin at Printed Matter on Thursday, April 10th from 6 - 8PM.
In conjunction with the launch of Strange Paradise, Rubin will present a window installation at Printed Matter reflecting the ideas and aesthetic of his new publication. Composed of varied materials, including photographic prints, newsprint posters, window paint, found objects, and other ephemera referenced in the book, the installation is a layered, composite work that offers a complex and shifting experience as people walk by.

conveyorblog:

Conveyor Editions is delighted to announce the official launch and book signing of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin at Printed Matter on Thursday, April 10th from 6 - 8PM.

In conjunction with the launch of Strange Paradise, Rubin will present a window installation at Printed Matter reflecting the ideas and aesthetic of his new publication. Composed of varied materials, including photographic prints, newsprint posters, window paint, found objects, and other ephemera referenced in the book, the installation is a layered, composite work that offers a complex and shifting experience as people walk by.

#charlie rubin #Conveyor Magazine #conveyor editions #installation #printed matter #strange paradise
manufactoriel:

Hackney, London 1987 by Chris Dorley-Brown

manufactoriel:

Hackney, London 1987 by Chris Dorley-Brown

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Apr 1
#Chris Dorley-Brown #photography

thomasprior:

so long berlin

#Thomas Prior
mossless:


MOSSLESS: Timothy, for your series Boonville you visited six different towns with that name. How different were the towns to each other?
Timothy Briner: Remarkably similar. They were different from each other in the sense that each one had their own special something that they identified with. For example North Carolina’s Boonville was built on tobacco farming, upstate New York’s Boonville had logging, Indiana’s Boonville was a mining town, and Boonville in Missouri was built on the Missouri river, so they identified with the river and shipping. But they were more similar than they were different. Oh, and Boonville in California had weed. 

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mossless:

MOSSLESS: Timothy, for your series Boonville you visited six different towns with that name. How different were the towns to each other?

Timothy Briner: Remarkably similar. They were different from each other in the sense that each one had their own special something that they identified with. For example North Carolina’s Boonville was built on tobacco farming, upstate New York’s Boonville had logging, Indiana’s Boonville was a mining town, and Boonville in Missouri was built on the Missouri river, so they identified with the river and shipping. But they were more similar than they were different. Oh, and Boonville in California had weed. 

Read more

#mossless #timothy briner #photography
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