The publication of "Halsband Portraits," Michael Halsband's first book dedicated exclusively to portraiture, debuts alongside a tightly edited selection of his work, on view at New York's National Arts Club. For the photographer—who toured with the...
Chris Stein / Negative
40 years ago, Chris Stein and Debbie Harry co-founded one of the most influential punk rock bands in Blondie. Stein, a photography student at NYC's School of Visual Arts, was already documenting the scene that they would help define. From those early...
Ditto Press London
Next to the Regent’s Canal in the pretty but comparatively sleepy De Beauvoir area in London, sandwiched in between Haggerston, Shoreditch and Islington, risograph print studio and publishing house Ditto Press has just opened its doors to the public...
Cloth-bound, gilt-edged and printed on matte paper, the new book called Horse Play tells the story of Streethorsingâ€”the sport of riding horses in citiesâ€”with the highest of production values. Whether or not the...
Nikki S. Lee
While reading the premier issue of the hot new Theme Magazine, I was reminded of the work from Korean photographer Nikki S. Lee. On the surface her work may seem like simple snapshots of various subcultures. In reality, each piece is comprised of...
Francine Spiegel: Congratulations!
Francine Spiegel is an LA-based artist who's works include photocollage, video, mixed media assemblages and freeform installations. All of her work is derived from samplings of funky feminine cyber-subcultures, techno debris from her studio floor...
Sneakers, Size Isn't Everything
Sneakers, Size Isn't Everything is a 1998 homage to the design, production and culture of Sneakers. It's a beautifully designed, highly visual book that covers brands big and small, and scans from Japanese school girls to LA gangs to Skater...
Cool Japan: Otaku Strikes!