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Q&A: Jessica Chou

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Be open, challenge the things that scare you, help people and don’t forget to drink water. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? So many things – that we (in the…

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Perimeter x Heavy: Chikara Umihara — Whispering Hope

Book Review: Chikara Umihara — Whispering Hope (Self Published) — by Emma Phillips The grand American road trip is such an overplayed motif in photography that there’s always a risk of tedium and boredom. After all, who can rival or…

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Friday Fry Up: David Billet

“I think of the time I ate cheese popcorn with my dad playing video games. I would feel happy then, when we would win the game. Nothing has been the same since, the cheese popcorn sucks, I can’t play video…

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Nicholas Mehedin: Remnants — ICP

In ‘Remnants’, Nicholas Mehedin returns to his hometown in rural New York in search of a deeper understanding of himself. Through photography as a medium and method, he communicates his inner conflictions with identity, family, and the future. The images…

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Friday Fry Up: Rahim Fortune

“Recently I completed a project titled “Feels like home” while returning to my home state of Texas after spending almost a year in New York city. Through this series I wanted to capture the visual aesthetic that can only be…

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Perimeter x Heavy: Jim Jocoy — Order of Appearance

North American photographer Jim Jocoy’s visual documents of the Bay Area punk scene of the 70s and 80s has been compiled under the volume Order of Appearance, thanks to TBW books and his previous effort, the long out of print…

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Friday Fry Up: Michael Amato

“All media exist to invest our lives with artificial perceptions and arbitrary values.” – Marshall McLuhan Fear of the other. Fear of the unknown. Fear of the enemy or threat that will take from us that which we most value….

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Q&A: Stefan Bladh

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Yes, I just try to accept what is (and try to understand the meaning of a non-self). What will baffle future generations about our day and age? That we could not have more than…

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Q&A: David Rothenberg

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? When in doubt, order the hamburger. Also, I’m working on being more compassionate. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Our unabashed self-destructive greed. Are you aware of any conspiracies? The Reptilian agenda…

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Friday Fry Up: Kate Truisi

‘The Reality of Existence’ is an accumulation of work I made intermittently over the past five years. At the time, most of the images were made singularly without a larger narrative. It wasn’t until reexamining them did I realize that…

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Q&A: Yishu Wang

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Not sure, shooting makes time flow slowly. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Human being turns to be mechanical. Are you aware of any conspiracies?vMobile phones know you better than yourself. What…

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Bad News Books: Six For Gold — Presale

The Six for Gold project was photographed between 2008-2017 comprising nearly a decade of Mein’s photographic practice. Six for Gold is a visual poem, wandering from anonymous cityscapes to people caught in the moment between one action and another. Mein uses the…

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Q&A: Todd R. Darling

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I need to practice letting go every day. Letting go of everything that I want. Reminding myself that the universe only gives me what I need and not what I want even…

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Friday Fry Up: Taylor Johnson

King’s Boxing Gym is home. It is a sweaty sanctuary tucked under an overpass. Many of the buildings in the neighbourhood are sagging and bowed; graffiti colours the streets. The interior of the gym maintains similar characteristics – cardio machines are…

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Dave Carswell: Dancing in the Shadows

Australian photographer Dave Carswell is launching his first monograph ‘Dancing in the Shadows’ in Melbourne on the 11th of January 2018. The book is a photographic journey into DIY and make shift basket ball culture in the Philippines covering urban…

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Q&A: Lindsay Metivier

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Failing to plan is planning to fail. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Edible Arrangements and/or our current president. Are you aware of any conspiracies? So many. What is it…

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Friday Fry Up: Daniel Dorsa

Paradise — I’ve always been fascinated with my home state of Florida. Although it has a surplus of natural beauty, there’s a lot of banality within the state — undeveloped swamps, cookie-cutter housing developments, and strip malls upon strip malls. Since…

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The Reservoir: Issue 1

We are thrilled to announce the launch of The Reservoir, a new joint project between The Ones We Love, Mossless and The Heavy Collective, bringing together independent writers, photographers and publishers from around the world to talk about photography and…

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Q&A: Chris Round

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy?  Not really. Just trying to be a decent person, maybe looking after my body a bit more than I used to. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Why certain…

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year! Thank you for another year of generous support, to the incredible photographers, writers, and publishers we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with, 2017 was made good because of you. We’ll be back in 2018 with new project announcements…