• Perfectly Banal

    William Eggleston

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  • From the Edges

    Mary Ellen Mark

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  • The Color of Genius

    Saul Leiter

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  • Serial Conversationalist

    I AM ENDLESSLY CURIOUS ABOUT THE PROCESS OF CREATIVITY. I PAINT, WRITE, TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS AND HAVE LONG FORM CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE ABOUT WHY THEY DO WHAT THEY DO.

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Dave Engledow

Five For Friday #109

“The most wonderful inspirations die with their subject, if he has no hand to paint them to the senses.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Dave Engledow claims to be the “world’s best father” and shows it in these charming portraits of family life. He’s been taking these photographs since his daughter, Alice Bee, was an infant, wanting […]

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Owl Scouts: Todd Baxter

If you can imagine David Lynch and David Fincher collaborating on a film about two young children in a fictional scout troop called Owl Scouts, chances are the production stills might look something like the wonderfully cinematic work of Chicago-based photographer Todd Baxter. The series follows the misadventures of the seemingly lost scouts as they try […]

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HR Giger (1940-2014)

I was saddened to learn that famed Swiss surrealist HR Giger died today as a result of injuries sustained in a recent fall at his Zurich home. While he was most widely known for his ‘biomechanical’ work on Ridley Scott’s film Alien (which earned him an Oscar® for visual effects), he also provided conceptual artwork for […]

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John Chervinsky

Five For Friday #108

“On certain occasions art can shake very ordinary spirits, and whole worlds can be revealed by its clumsiest interpreters.” – Gustave Flaubert Studio Physics is a series by John Chervinsky studying the passing of time. After composing and photographing a still life, he then sends that image to a painting factory in China where an anonymous artist will […]

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F+B Magazine On Flipboard

We’ve got some great new directions that we are taking F+B in over the next several months; the first of which is the launch of our brand new Faded + Blurred magazine on Flipboard. Flipboard is a fantastic platform for both iOS and Android that allows you to tailor your own custom magazine to the things you […]

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The Seventh Dog: Danny Lyon [Review]

My first introduction to the work of Danny Lyon was with a portfolio filled with images of outlaw bikers, prison inmates and illegal aliens, so when I sat down to read The Seventh Dog, his new book for Phaidon, I really had no idea what to expect. More than just another monograph or retrospective photobook, what I found was […]

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Helen Warner

Five For Friday #107

“Inspiration comes and goes, creativity is the result of practice.” – Phil Cousineau Influenced by theater, mythology, and legends, the fine art photography of Helen Warner is the stuff of fairytales. Her work is never digitally manipulated – instead she uses intricate costumes and fantastical backdrops to create these dream-like worlds. Most environmental artists use natural elements as […]

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