Angelina Jolie, Meryl Streep and more inspired by photos and stories of female survivors.
Photos destined for the trash heap now line gallery exhibitions, a forthcoming book, and this documentary film.
Photographer Hulin finds inspiration for fantasy children’s book in her young son.
Book tells the stories of women who have endured living in conflict-zones
MoMA’s first-ever poet laureate finds voice in employing curatorial over creative faculties.
Portraits capture the gaze of many world renown celebrities during ’80s NYC
With tattoos’ increased presence in pop culture, Mifflin’s work has become fodder for collectors.
From Kat Von D to Lena Dunham, women in tattoo culture have gained more recognition in the last 10 years
The high priest of Non-Creative writing turns old radio transmissions into new-age prose poetry
Author Paola Gianturco will present at the powerHouse Arena on Feb. 4
The history of women in tattoo culture is secret no more, with photos dating back to the 1800s.
Several pH Books make a cameo in the Season 2 premier
Third edition includes new and previously unpublished photos, showcasing women in tattoo culture.
Clawson brings her lifestyle know-how to the January issue of Elle.
Includes photos of nocturnal NYC by Ryan McGinley, Burt Glinn, and John Baeder
Grandmothers today are better off than ever, and determined to make the world a better place for their grandchildren
Anderson’s cookbook doubles as a lifestyle guide for those desiring self-sustainability in both urban and rural settings
Recounts sharing screen time with Duke in “Big Jake,” growing up the son of an American icon
C&I reviews the new book, and includes several photos of Duke both on and off screen
The tome is “a spot-on present for natives and nostalgics alike.”
Books make great additions to any gift list this holiday
The first-ever authorized photographic record is a Christmas must for fans of the Duke
Book features ’50s designs that are still produced to exact specs of originals
Magazine marks December 18th release date, “dance-punk revisited”