Photographer Tim Walker’s Gully Queens Series for LGBTQ Charity

Since finding out about the prejudice against gay people in Jamaica, Tim Walker decided to photograph the country’s Gully Queens for a good cause. In a 2015 survey, Jamaica’s J-FLAG found that 93% of the population believed the statement “homosexuality is a sin,” and because of this belief LGBTQ+ people are subject to all kinds of bad treatment. While many women suffer “corrective rape,” members …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Buzz Aldrin's fashion line, a Wes Anderson-inspired cafe, painting the Vatican in milk and more

1. Big Ben Will Ring Again, For The Holidays At the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben has been silent since August while under a much-needed four-year renovation costing roughly $60 million. It’s the first time the clocktower hasn’t rung in 157 years and done to protect the ears of those making repairs. The chiming won’t resume properly until 2021, but for the handful of days …

Photographer Jesse Rieser’s “Christmas in America”

Beginning seven years ago, photographer Jesse Rieser began taking pictures of how Americans celebrate Christmas. Rather than traditional or corny, Rieser’s images capture delightfully outrageous decorations. From a house covered in deflated Santa Clauses and Christmas trees to a broken neon sign saying “Happy Birthday Jesus,” these photos offer an enchanting look at the holidays across the United States. See more over at Booooooom.

Highlights From 2017’s Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade

Every year the Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade brings plenty of joy to New Yorkers, with pooches (and oftentimes their owners) dressed up in all kinds of sweet, silly and clever costumes. This year, of course, was no different—from a pup in Bjork’s famous swan dress, to unicorns and GoT-style dragons. One of the best—and most distressingly current—was a dog dressed as Trump, complete …

Photographer Jason M Peterson + Overthrow Boxing

All the grit and grandeur of the Bleecker Street club captured in black and white

As a sport of force, stamina and speed, boxing delivers many impassioned moments that aren’t easily captured in all their glory. Photographer Jason M Peterson—Creative Chairman of North America at Havas and an acclaimed Instagrammer who just crossed one million followers—spent time at NYC’s Overthrow Boxing Club to attempt exactly that. The resulting black and white images, shared here, demonstrate concise emotionalism, structure within structure …