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adidas Originals /// NMD x UNDFTD and ‘Camera Obscura’ Pop-Ups

Last night, adidas Originals and celebrated streetwear retailer, UNDFTD, kicked-off a week-long residency ‘Forever Developing’ — a photographic survey that features the curated works of 12 Los Angeles creatives. In collaboration with street photographers Brian Willette, Cole Younger and Marilyn Hue, the 12 emerging artists were challenged to create their own unique stories with a one film camera and one roll of film, all in one day. The resulting ‘Forever

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adidas Originals | NMD Immersive Photo Experience With Estevan Oriol

This past weekend, adidas Originals launched the first installment of its two-part ‘NMD’ Immersive Photo Gallery Experience curated by the legendary street photographer, Estevan Oriol in Los Angeles. Representing the future of urban exploration, adidas Originals’ NMD embodies the spirit of the nomad and those who use the streets as their canvas. With the aim to empower future street photographers, Oriol and colleagues Brian Willette and Cole Younger took to

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Miami Art Basel: NU MUSES 2017 Calendar Launch Presented by STARZ and Perrier Jouet

The launch of Nu Muses was the talk of the town in Miami during Art Basel. The event began at 6:30pm when all 12 of the NU MUSES arrived to walk the black carpet. Both Steve Shaw and David Bellemere stepped in the photos with the girls all smiling and laughing. As you walked into the gallery, the black curtained tunnel lead you to the 24 stunning images blown up.

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Opening Of “REFUGEE” Exhibit At Annenberg Space For Photography with Wallis Annenberg and lots of Celebrity Supporters

Wallis Annenberg and the Annenberg Foundation featured new photographic artworks that illuminate the global refugee crisis in their new exhibition: REFUGEE at the Annenberg Space for Photography. In images created solely for the exhibition by five internationally acclaimed artists: Lynsey Addario, Omar Victor Diop, Graciela Iturbide, Martin Schoeller, and Tom Stoddart, REFUGEE represents the lives of refugees from a host of diverse populations dispersed and displaced throughout the world, through

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PUMA x Team Cozy “Streets of Los Angeles” Exhibit at The Well

Puma, the iconic sportswear brand, and Team Cozy, the photography collective/apparel label headed by artist/producer Ta-Ku (@Takubeats) and photographer Silas Lee (@bludshot), got together to celebrate the visual arts and honor the Puma Blaze silhouette with an amazing pop-up gallery in downtown LA at the Well. Drinks were provided by Red Bull and SVEDKA Vodka and DJ spins by Team Cozy’s own Bounce Castle. This event was also brought to

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Chris Brown attends Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Chris Brown attends Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Chris Brown attends Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Chris Brown, and Karen Bystedt attends Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
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Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Cisco Adler at Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015
Andy at Hyde on November 4th, 2015

Karen Bystedt Collaborated on “The Lost Warhols” with Various Artists including Chris Brown for “Andy at Hyde”

Karen Bystedt is a renowned photographer known for “The Lost Warhols” Collection, where she shot Andy Warhol, as she puts it, “Andy Warhol the model, not Andy Warhol to the stars”. “The Lost Warhols” collection rocked the contemporary art world at its premiere at ‘Photo LA’ in 2013, capturing an intimate and rare look at the iconic artist, Andy Warhol. The photos, which were once lost in an early move

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Kourtney Kardashian, Channing Tatum and many more Celebrity Guests attended Brian Bowen Smith’s Metallic Life Exhibition Opening at De Re Gallery

As a follow up to Brian Bowen Smith’s successful Wildlife exhibition, De Re Gallery debuted his Metallic Life exhibition on October 22. In one of art’s most prominent galleries, this opening was the most desired event of the night. Celebrity guests and longtime friends of Brian Bowen Smith showed up to support him in his second solo show. Prominent guests include Kourtney Kardashian and Tallulah Willis, who are both a

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‘Stolen Access Granted’ Opening Exhibition by James Marcus Haney @ the Andaz West Hollywood

Remember the documentary No Camera’s Allowed of this kid that manages to sneak into music festivals including Coachella and on the way meets Mumford & Sons and becomes their official band photographer. Well, this kid is named James Marcus Haney, and his ability to gather footage in forbidden territory makes for some of the most stunning music photography of this day and age. The story behind how he gathered the

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LA Woman Opening Exhibition let’s Oakley #InResidence Go Out with a Bang

A Jonas brother, a handful of hipsters, and a selection of skaters, the LA Woman presented by Oakley: In Residence brought quite the eclectic crowd. The all female photography exhibition, curated by Amber DiAnda, celebrates our beloved LA city and female skateboarders that capture our city from the serenity of nature to the dirty streets of downtown. My personal favorite was a shot by Magdalena Wosinka, a Polish photographer who

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Paris Photo LA 2015 Inspires To Be Creative

Paris Photo Los Angeles is the US edition of celebrated photography featuring 79 galleries and art book publishers from over 17 countries. The Paramount Pictures New York backlot is transformed into a mecca for aspiring artists such as myself, whom are welcomed to explore three sound stages and fake buildings that are transformed into mini galleries and book stores. This was my second year at Paris Photo and it felt

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