As I began on my path as a creative in the world of photography, it started fairly late. I bought my first camera in college and it all started from there.
However, my younger brother, Yash, seems to have taken to photography at a younger age. With now a couple of years under his belt already, I’ve seen his eye develop a unique style that I feel is strong. He’s just 16 years of age with a bright future ahead of him. Shooting a mix of film and digital, here are some of my favorite pieces of his that I wanted to showcase. With no formal training, he has picked up the fundamentals of exposure and composition well. I am excited to see where the future leads.
I recently came across this website which showcases some of the best digital artists around the world. It’s not to say it has everyone, but it’s a really nice arrangement of creatives laid out in way that is visually appealing to navigate through!
"Grey Lake" was inspired by an article I read recently about a 21-year-old girl who committed suicide after 200 jobs rejections. The article reflects a very current and poignant issue about unemployment of young recent-graduates, with a lot of debts/student loans, struggling in big city like New York trying to find jobs, fulfilling their social obligations and following their dreams…
Since the dawn of comics, superheroes have had fabulous outfits – flowing capes, wonderful trendy logos, fantastic accessories – yet they’ve never been what the readers of Vogue would consider clotheshorses. Kevin Wada’s illustrations change all of that.
There seems to always be some controversy within the modeling industry. A straight-size model will frequently be accused of being too skinny, while a plus-size model is implicated of either being not plus-size enough or representing an unhealthy body. It seems that no matter what…
Wacom has decided to remove the Bamboo line of tablets in replacement for their updated Intuos line. Their entry level will be simply called the Intuos while their normal Intuos will not be called the Intuos Pro with some additional features.
The fashion industry is not a pretty business. Here, one of its own, the former editor of Australian Vogue Kirstie Clements describes a thin-obsessed culture in which starving models eat tissues and resort to surgery when dieting isn’t enough