peninajoy Avatar

1 Notes

alexanderrichterphoto:

Freddie Gibbs - “THE TRUTH” - with Elliott Wilson

1 Notes

rimonitmd:

"YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE" | BROTOGRAPHY

rimonitmd:

"YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE" | BROTOGRAPHY

23 Notes

askewone:




Sereima Vitu, 2014 Enamel and Acrylic on Plexiglass 48” x 48” (1.2m x 1.2m)

My Diaspora show opens at Known Gallery tonight. I’m really happy with how this has come together and can’t wait for people to see the new work! ASKEW ONE | DIASPORA Opening Reception: April 19, 2014 | 8-11pm On View: April 19 - May 3, 2014 Known Gallery 441 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Email: info@knowngallery.com

askewone:

Sereima Vitu, 2014
Enamel and Acrylic on Plexiglass
48” x 48” (1.2m x 1.2m)
My Diaspora show opens at Known Gallery tonight. I’m really happy with how this has come together and can’t wait for people to see the new work!

ASKEW ONE | DIASPORA
Opening Reception: April 19, 2014 | 8-11pm
On View: April 19 - May 3, 2014

Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Email: info@knowngallery.com

1223 Notes

24979 Notes

23837 Notes

1812 Notes

nevver:

Fucking Tourists, Jolipunk

13 Notes

johngotty:

#RAPFAN cc: @trackstarthedj #adhesives

johngotty:

#RAPFAN cc: @trackstarthedj #adhesives

103 Notes

frank151:

Whether it’s a specific moment or duration, one can argue that the intention ofall art is to preserve time. Think about it. A painting may have been an artist’s effort to express a mood they’ve been enduring for months and more evidently, photography is the attempt of freezing an instant in time. The same argument can be made for music as well. A musician’s thoughts can remain suspended, repeatedly echoing every time an album is listened to.

For photographer Danny Clinch, his task was to capture the appropriate mood for a record called Illmatic.

Twenty years ago, Danny Clinch was designated to take all the photos of a young Nasir Jones that was going to be used on his debut album. Danny, whose photography subject list reads like a music hall-of-fame inductee catalog, perfectly apprehended the feel of Illmatic. There were no gimmicks to Danny’s photos. What you were given was a true look into Nas’ world; a subject hip-hop wasn’t ready for back on April 20, 1994.

Thanks to the help of Danny’s lovely studio manager Ms. Lisa Connelly, FRANK had the privilege of taking a trip through memory lane with the photographer to get the backstory of how this all came about.

Check out the interview at FRANK151.com

Notes

591 Notes

Likes

Following