Friday Fry Up: Kelvin Bugler — Discord

The Dead Sea is shrinking rapidly due to numerous factors including climate change and shifting population which have impacted natural watersheds; large salt deposits in the ground have disappeared causing the earth to sink and beaches to be cordoned off….


Cody Cobb x Booooooom — Print Fundraiser

    Booooooom have teamed up with Seattle-based photographer, Cody Cobb for a limited edition print fundraiser to benefit victims of the California wildfires. The 11″ x 14″ signed and numbered time-limited edition print is exclusive to Booooooom and only available…


Friday Fry Up: Landon Speers — Wild Rose

Landon brings his visual and musical practices together with the release of Wild Rose, a book of original photography with an accompanying album of ambient compositions. The collection encapsulates moments of stillness through vignettes of natural elements both rural and…


Heavy Volume III: Pre—order

It is with much excitement that we announce the upcoming release of Heavy Volume III, the third instalment of our ongoing journal series. Heavy III spotlights work and words from 17 contemporary photographers and writers. Through the dialogue between artist…


Friday Fry Up: Saskia Wilson — The Last Resort

‘The Last Resort’ is an exhibition of photographs taken in Greece over 2016 and 2017 reflecting on the polarity in human experience in a country which is simultaneously a global tourism hotspot and a nexus of the European refugee crisis….


Q&A: Christine Osinski — (Summer Days) Staten Island

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I think about karma and try to be good. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? The incompetence and hate. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Apart from the current American administration, I…


Q&A: Karen Asher — No Cause for Concern

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? How about the classic: “life sucks then you die.” Just kidding but i don’t know… I mean I have really bad anxiety and get overwhelmed easily so I try to remember…


Q&A: Matthew Dunne — Patterson’s Curse

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy?
 It’s ok to repeat things, I’ll get there. Vulnerability is a strength. Trying to please the crowd is a trap, do right by myself. Don’t be a dickhead. Etc. What will baffle future…


Unveil’d Photobook Award 2018

Established in 2015, the international free-to-enter award is open to anyone who has published a photobook since October 2017. The panel will nominate fifteen books, shortlist five and select one winner. Unveil’d will work together with the winning photographer /…


Chico Hot Springs Portfolio Review & Charcoal Publishing Prize

The Chico Hot Springs Portfolio Review is a juried photobook retreat that takes place over six nights at Chico Hot Springs Resort near Livingston, Montana. Forty Five artists/photographers will be selected by their jury to spend the week with fifteen…


Friday Fry Up: Guillaume Tomasi — Chrysalises

What happened in your life that changed your world perception? This question was the starting point of Chrysalises. This work presents anonymous stories about intimate events that changed the worldview of their authors, forcing them to grow up, rebuild themselves or…


Q&A: Ike Edeani — David

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? More sleep, meditation, cooking, running, generally taking better care of my health. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? The current administration. Also systemic racism. I hope. Are you aware of any…

Shopping Plaza, 2013
from the series Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

Q&A: Preston Gannaway — Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Sleep as much as possible. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Our president and how mom jeans became cool for a second time. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Yes, the patriarchy. What…

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Friday Fry Up: Kial Menadue — Speedway 3460

Full Throttle Love World War II finished and the gum trees that grew out of a Daylesford mining gully were razed. 1955 – veterans with undiagnosed PTSD found refuge in the dust laden gully basin now known as the Daylesford…

From "And light followed the flight of sound," 2018.  Edited, designed, and produced by Jared Ragland and Eliot Dudik for One Day Projects.

One Day Projects: And the light followed the flight of sound

On August 21, 2017, the total solar eclipse provided a rare opportunity for people across the United States to experience a collective encounter. Despite the prevalence of contemporary political and cultural polarization, more than 215 million Americans – 88% of…


Q&A: Marissa Roth — Hollywood / Los Angeles

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I always live by this philosophy, ‘Life is in session’. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Why so many people in powerful positions didn’t believe climate scientists when they had…


Friday Fry Up: Tetsuya Kusu — American Monuments

“I was inspired to take these photos while drifting around America in 2012 with my then-wife, who was battling mental illness. After three and a half years of living this drifter’s lifestyle I went through a traumatic divorce, my wife by…