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Flash is soon to be on the chopping block. The once ubiquitous and now much-maligned software from Adobe will officially be end-of-lifed at the end of 2020.
GoPro today launched a new QuikStories feature to its Quik app, which uses your phone to edit your GoPro footage in the background before spitting out a ready-to-share video.
We are doing dual celebration for the September 2017 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine: it happens to be our 200th ISSUE (!
Race and Revolution: Still Separate – Still Unequal, installation view (photo courtesy of Smack Mellon) When I saw the previous iteration of Race and Revolution last summer on Governor’s Island, I thought it contained exceptionally strong work, but the layout prevented the pieces from talking to each other coherently.
Author, illustrator, photographer, and LEGO aficionado Chris McVeigh (previously) has added new retro technology kits to his cache of minimalist models, sets which include several decade-specific desktop set-ups and a boombox with multiple lego tapes.
The Controlled and Bold Photography of Nick Knight Nick Knight creates perfectly planned and executed photography.
The first photos of the upcoming Nikon D850 leaked yesterday, and quite a few features and specs were gleaned from them.
Instagram is full of incredible pictures of incredibly good looking people, but how many of them do you think are fully honest about it?
© Malin Fezehai, IG: @malinfezehai, seen on @everydayusa For years now, photo editors, curators, and brands have turned to Instagram to search for talented photographers.
The EyeEm Photography Awards has just announced 100 finalists for this year’s competition. This year, it received over 590,000 entries from over 88,000 photographers based around the world.
The wheel bears no resemblance to a leg, exhibition view at Americas Society’s Visual Arts Gallery (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) For more than two years, artist Erick Meyenberg worked with members of a Mexico City high school marching band to produce a performance that would sweep through some of the city’s most politically charged public sites. The result, The wheel bears no resemblance to a leg, is documented in an ominous 16-minute video, slickly edited to reflect on modern Mexican society as a machine powered by the mechanisms of the state.
In 2014, controversial artist Richard Prince had an exhibit of reappropriated Instagram images at the Gagosian Gallery in NYC, selling the prints for up to $100k each.
In the Middle Ages, it was widely believed that pandemics, such as plague and cholera, were caused by breathing in impure air, poisoned by decaying matter, otherwise known as ‘miasma’.
You guys absolutely love it whenever we post wallpapers, whether it be desktop or mobile, so we've started a new post series in which every week we'll share 5 new wallpapers that we think would look perfect on your phone.Check them out below and if you like the idea of the new series make sure to ...
Doug Wheeler, PSAD Synthetic Desert III (1971, realized in 2017), reinforced fiberglass, anechoic absorbers, neon, sound equipment, room: 5.8 x 17.2 x 8.1 m, installation view, Solomon R.
Australian photographer and artist Kelly Maker creates stunning mixed media collages show together with her own signature styles.
In the midst of a successful career in sculpting, John Lopez found a fantastic new direction: scrap iron sculpting.
Just when you think that smartphones and tablets have nearly reached their technological potential, Lenovo show off a bendable tablet that transforms into a phone.Currently named Folio, the 7.8 inch tablet folds in half to create a 5.5 inch smartphone. The device was demonstrated at its annual ...
Shot by Glen Luchford, Gucci's latest campaign takes inspiration from 50s and 60s sci-fi films like Creature from the Black Lagoon and Forbidden Planet.
A selection of work by Korean illustrator Bang Sangho. More images below.