Todd McLellan pulls things apart and never puts them back together. This might sound like a flippant, wasteful thing to do, but his images tell a different story.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a man in possession of a good fortune will part with it more easily if he's guzzling alcohol...
In volume three we spoke to Faythe Levine and Sam Macon, two filmmakers, photographers and writers who were travelling around America documenting the art of hand-lettered sign painting.
U.K. photographer Luke Stephenson is no stranger to obsession.
Ian Ruhter is travelling around America taking its picture, but he's using a very unique camera and an outmoded photographic technique.
Social entrepreneur Simon Griffiths is currently sitting on a toilet somewhere in Melbourne and he won't get off until he raises $50,000. Here's why.
Dropping in at John Hounslow-Robinson's place is like calling on an old mate... even if you've just met.
Adam Hancher describes his style as "reminiscent of times gone by" and "subtlety without kitsch". On viewing his stuff we couldn't have put it better ourselves.
Taking photos is a bit like writing words – most of us think we're pretty good at it. It's not like when you need someone to fix your car or clean your teeth. Then, we call in the experts, no questions asked.
Noah Webb snapped Ian Ruhter and his wet-plate camera truck for the latest issue of Smith, but that's not the only thing he's been shooting.
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