Occasionally, there’s that one piece of art that just grabs you. Once you’ve seen it, you can’t forget it. It’s a static image that suddenly becomes dynamic. A picture is alive in your mind. Graffiti artist MTO brings those living images to the streets.

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For a photographer, there are projects that they are hyper focused on in order to understand their own style of art. For some, it is composition or subjects. For others, it is lighting or settings. Photographers often brand themselves in the elements they use to create a photo. For young African photographer, Noma Osula, his attention to color theory in his art is what makes his pieces stand out among other.

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When photographer Petra Collins’ Instagram account was suspended in 2017, it was for a fairly conventional image—a bikini line. In fact, as Collins stated in Huffington Post, over 5,000,000 images on instagram were tagged with the #bikini at the time of her suspension. What makes her photographs controversial  is the way that Collins photographed her bikini line.

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It’s not everyday that we’re confronted with the idea of legacy. Sure, we’re taught that actions have consequences and that what we do matters, but when was the last time you thought long and hard about legacy? When was the last time you reflected on your role in the larger world? Have you taken the time to consider how the heritage of your ancestors determined so much of who you are today? These are the questions painter and artistic director Jarvares “J.Q.” Franklin encourages us to ask ourselves.

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With eyes trained over the edge of water, you may witness a swimmer in a moment of suspended balance. The second where their body is a weightless, floating object; their guarded breath escape in bubbles that distort their head’s swirling image. Any swimmer knows this moment, the quiet break from gravity’s bonds where you are for an instant captured by the pull of water.

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“How you treat others is a reflection of who you are. Be Yourself. Be Persistent. Be Patient!” Inspiring words from photographer Kris Lou of the photography duo Kris + Erik, in a brief interview with children’s fashion outlet, petitePARADE. Kris Lou and Erik Rodgers, better known as Kris + Erik, are a married couple who’ve been working together on some very powerful projects.

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