etudes-studio:

Gregory Halpern

etudes-studio:

Gregory Halpern

22 Apr 2014 / Reblogged from etudes-studio with 41 notes / photography america 





richardturley:

Some sort of goodbye letter
Four years ago, almost to the day, the redesigned Bloomberg Businessweek arrived on newsstands. The distance from that point to this seems to have passed within the blink of an eye, and has been one of the best and most unexpected adventures I’ve ever had. 
The risk Bloomberg took in hiring someone from another continent, with limited experience and little or no knowledge of business magazines struck me as brave at the time. What I didn’t realize then was that it wasn’t really bravery – more just a desire to not follow the conventional wisdom of what our magazine could be. 
…
So why am I leaving? Well, after writing all this, I’m wondering the same thing.. but it’s time for me to learn something new and work with different content for a different audience. MTV has always created culture and ideas that define generations. The opportunity to work with animators, video artists, journalists, designers, musicians, artists - creating content, creating culture, for an audience as big as MTV’s is really exciting. Plus, it turns out there comes a time when your son’s approval of you becomes as - if not more - important than your approval of him. Apropos of that, promising him a ticket for the VMAs seems to have gone down well. (MTV doesn’t know about this yet. Please don’t tell them).
So farewell. Goodbye. So long. Bye. See you later. I’m going now. Yeah.. nearly there. Definitly going now. I’m off. See ya. Yup, I’m going. Haven’t quite left yet. Walking out. Now. Bye. Actually I’m around till Thursday. Just want to draw this out a bit longer. OK. That’s it.

Ohhhh my, Richard Turley is moving to MTV. It’s been a joy to see his radical designs all over Bloomberg Businessweek, but the new job sounds like a perfect fit. I’m sure he’s got great ideas for it and I can’t wait to see it happen!

richardturley:

Some sort of goodbye letter

Four years ago, almost to the day, the redesigned Bloomberg Businessweek arrived on newsstands. The distance from that point to this seems to have passed within the blink of an eye, and has been one of the best and most unexpected adventures I’ve ever had. 

The risk Bloomberg took in hiring someone from another continent, with limited experience and little or no knowledge of business magazines struck me as brave at the time. What I didn’t realize then was that it wasn’t really bravery – more just a desire to not follow the conventional wisdom of what our magazine could be. 

So why am I leaving? Well, after writing all this, I’m wondering the same thing.. but it’s time for me to learn something new and work with different content for a different audience. MTV has always created culture and ideas that define generations. The opportunity to work with animators, video artists, journalists, designers, musicians, artists - creating content, creating culture, for an audience as big as MTV’s is really exciting. Plus, it turns out there comes a time when your son’s approval of you becomes as - if not more - important than your approval of him. Apropos of that, promising him a ticket for the VMAs seems to have gone down well. (MTV doesn’t know about this yet. Please don’t tell them).

So farewell. Goodbye. So long. Bye. See you later. I’m going now. Yeah.. nearly there. Definitly going now. I’m off. See ya. Yup, I’m going. Haven’t quite left yet. Walking out. Now. Bye. Actually I’m around till Thursday. Just want to draw this out a bit longer. OK. That’s it.

Ohhhh my, Richard Turley is moving to MTV. It’s been a joy to see his radical designs all over Bloomberg Businessweek, but the new job sounds like a perfect fit. I’m sure he’s got great ideas for it and I can’t wait to see it happen!

22 Apr 2014 / Reblogged from richardturley with 155 notes / design 





owenstegemann:

Oakland, California.

owenstegemann:

Oakland, California.

21 Apr 2014 / Reblogged from owenstegemann with 34 notes / photography 





Timothy Dollard

21 Apr 2014 / 21 notes / photography india 





Tommy Sussex, Our Sincere Toils

20 Apr 2014 / 12 notes / ukraine 





Collier Schorr, 8 Women. This was an awesome gift, thank you so much MACK books!

19 Apr 2014 / 42 notes / books mailbox 





Some really great books and little prints have made it through to our new address, many of them by Issue 3 contributors.

The postcard is by Eric Ruby (ericruby on Tumblr), for his upcoming MFA show at MassArt.

Next is a nice handmade book by Mark Lanning Jr. (mtljr on Tumblr) on what Las Vegas looks like, or at least, how it looked in 2010. There’s some choice quotes by Hal Rothman in it, lauding the capital power of the city, but next to Mark’s photos and their captions, the veil collapses quickly. The photographs are fantastic and they deserve to be printed at higher quality! And on that note, I’m excited to say that a few of these photographs are in Issue 3.

We received Keith Yahrling's foldout poster of For the Revolution while we were running our Kickstarter but weren't sure what to do with it, because we wanted to keep it for ourselves. So, if this was meant to be sold, sorry Keith! The series is about returning to the sites of the Revolutionary War, and the images are striking. I really love this body of work and I'm excited to see his work develop in the years to come.

Lastly is Ethan Scott and Cole Schreiber's book, who sent us three copies! They're vivid and restless photos on the road… it plays out a bit like an ethereal short film, which makes sense, seeing as Cole is a film director. We have two copies of this to give away. Hit us up with an email before anyone else does, add your address, and we’ll send it your way! 

19 Apr 2014 / 54 notes / mailbox giveaway 





Chris Mottalini

Chris Mottalini





marshallscheider:

Brooklyn, 2014

19 Apr 2014 / Reblogged from marshallscheider with 17 notes / photography america 





Are Magazine Apps Dead? A State of the Art Roundtable

Are Magazine Apps Dead? A State of the Art Roundtable

18 Apr 2014 / 4 notes / tech 





Don’t forget to go to tgifgallery's release party on Saturday (tomorrow) of Issue 3 photographer Benjamin Rasmussen's new book, By The Olive Trees.

Don’t forget to go to tgifgallery's release party on Saturday (tomorrow) of Issue 3 photographer Benjamin Rasmussen's new book, By The Olive Trees.

18 Apr 2014 / 18 notes / events photography 





Someone just submitted this video to us…

18 Apr 2014 / 14 notes / videos submissions 





Jovan Todorovic

Jovan Todorovic

18 Apr 2014 / 33 notes / photography 





Here’s a preview of one spread from our back pages. My Gmail is down, so I can’t request the missing info right now, but that’s the next step here. 
Beyond that, all that’s left is finishing the introductory essays and the cover.

Here’s a preview of one spread from our back pages. My Gmail is down, so I can’t request the missing info right now, but that’s the next step here. 

Beyond that, all that’s left is finishing the introductory essays and the cover.

18 Apr 2014 / 19 notes / issue 3 update news 





Matthew Schenning

Matthew Schenning