MyHeritage’s “Deep Nostalgia” Service Turns Old Photos Into Moving Images

Utilizing AI-powered enhancements, the tech company MyHeritage brings people’s old photos to life in a way that calls to mind the few seconds of movement around iOS Live Photos. This service, called “Deep Nostalgia,” transforms static imagery into videos automatically. After signing up, users can animate five photos for free. Each image is analyzed, enhanced and then the position of the subject’s face is matched to …

20 Years of Ed Templeton’s Punk Photography

Renaissance man Ed Templeton is a creature of many talents and professions: skateboarder, skateboard company owner, artist and photographer among them. Templeton began taking photos in the early ’90s, at first to document the skate culture. Spending 20 years photographing punks (or, perhaps more accurately, people with mohawks), Templeton now has work on show at the hair-centric exhibition “Hairdos of Defiance” in LA. From the …

Studio Visit: Zachary Armstrong

The Ohio-based artist speaks about the importance of taking on art like a kid as he heads to Art Basel Miami 2014

Zachary Armstrong has found a universal truth in his artwork—that a yearning for the open mind of childhood connects us all. Sitting in his light-filled studio in Dayton, Ohio, Armstrong is surrounded by relics of his own childhood, objects and drawings made by him and his family that have inherited such personal value that they have become the fundamental inspiration for his artwork. His pieces …