Mike “The Polaroid Kid” Brodie spent 4 years walking, hitching rides and hopping trains all over the U.S., taking photos along the way.
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Mo’ Meta Blues is Questlove’s memoir, a mash-up of personal recollections mixed with riffs on music, race, creativity and pop culture.
Photographer Richard Mosse reveals the stories behind the making of his latest film, ‘The Enclave’ (2013), shot in the Democratic Republic of Congo using a discontinued 16mm infrared film.
Eat Me: Appetite for Design showcases innovations in packaging and identity as well as food-inspired art, products, exhibitions and spatial design.
Isms: Understanding Modern Art is a pocket-sized guide to the major and minor groups, styles and schools that have shaped art from the late 19th century until today.
Part 2 of our interview with powerHouse books Founder/CEO Daniel Power, in which we delve into his experience of founding the New York Photo Festival and glean some advice for aspiring creative professionals.
Daniel Power is the Founder/CEO of powerHouse Books, a world-renowned publisher acclaimed for its diverse publishing program. He is also the Director and Co-Founder of the New York Photo Festival, an annual event dedicated to the “Future of Contemporary Photography.”
The Forty-Deuce is an enthralling peek at New York’s 42nd Street as it was in the early 80s, a grimy and glitzy place where an assorted cast of hustlers, b-boys, prostitutes and other members of Times Square’s working class plied their trade.
128 Beats Per Minute is a photographic account of globally renowned DJ/producer Diplo’s travels through the world and a glimpse into the people, places and music that inspire him.
Tales from Development Hell: The Greatest Movies Never Made? by David Hughes is an entertaining and insightful exploration of initially promising film projects that never saw the light of day.
Shigeru Mizuki’s Yōkaii Daizukai is an illustrated guide to 85 different monsters from Japanese folklore, complete with anatomical diagrams and field notes.
Aperture recently released the third edition of Subway, Bruce Davidson’s groundbreaking 1986 photo-essay.