We're endlessly interested in the work of artist Kingsley Ifill. He has a punk aesthetic and an undeniably fascinating way of taking a valueless image and manipulating it into a complex visual arrangement or painting.
Never one to cease the perpetual creative hustle that he has come to embody, DeWitt is topping 2017 off with his first solo exhibition at German-born Karma International Gallery in Los Angeles called "SAFE WORDS".
The Los Angeles-based photographer is a preserver of the "old", harnessing her arsenal of cameras to document and portray the beauty in old signage, storefronts, buildings, and the people that inhabit the ever-changing landscape of Southern California.
Teague Muir doesn’t claim he’s the best surfer, the best skater, or the best artist, but he manages to stay consistent and committed to all his interests, giving each discipline a shit ton of tender loving care.
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.