Gruesome yet seductive women permeate Los Angeles-based artist Kristen Liu-Wong's fluoro-colored paintings and illustrations. We spend some time in the studio with Kristen, where she shows us some of her favorite pieces and fills us in on the allure of making lewd yet lustful images.
Just off a recent collaboration with Rihanna, Los Angeles-based artist and illustrator Bijou Karman gives us an inside look at her studio and discusses how fashion and a range of strong and unique women inspire her work.
Photographer Olivia Jaffe is rock and roll. Not the seemingly glamorous, groupie-love type of rock and roll, but the true guts and grit of rock and roll; the sweaty, bloody, ugly, and yes, at times, hairy, side of rock and roll.
It’s hot. Sticky. It’s August in Brooklyn and the sounds and smells hang on each other in the humidity like a reverberating smog. Great day to sprawl out on the beach, actually. Ward Roberts sits across from me, his latest published series, “Flotsam,” a stunning peach-toned coffee table book, open in front of me.
Photographer Jacquie Ray is not shy about sharing her deepest and most intimate sexual fantasies. She took the time to recount some of the most memorable photos she took for her new series "The Best Quickie You'll Ever Have."
Last year Sarah Gail was in an accident. Biking down New High Street in Los Angeles' Chinatown, she made a left onto Cesar Chavez Avenue at which point a car hit her, drove over her bike, and sped off.