I've been photographing these protests for the past month and the energy has been tremendous, but last night was different. Last night you could really see how fed up the community is with the issue of police brutality.
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New York City stereotypes—the unavoidable, often racist, usually humorous depictions and interpretations of the city’s multitude of cultural characters. Here are some of those very renditions done courtesy of Stay Vers—you garlic breath, pizza slinging, spaghetti bending, Vic Damone motherfucker!
Artist, DJ, and designer Alyasha Owerka-Moore has traveled all over the globe for his work, yet considers New York his staple city.
Raised in the West Village with main stomping grounds at Washington Square Park, Ricky worked his way up the career ladder as a bus boy first, a job which led to his legendary snap of a perfectly spontaneous Cindy Crawford exiting the ladies room.
Professional photography was never our plan, but after three years of doing our own thing, we've started to get noticed. That's the brilliant thing about choosing to live in New York: everyone here is looking for something, working for it, connecting with other people with the same spirit.
Fresh after our interview excerpt with Big Steve yesterday, we're bringing you a little extra BTS from our shoot day, talking shit with the man himself as he finesses a Latina pinup on 13thWitness' calf.
Born in Astoria, Queens, it wasn’t exactly a diehard passion of “Big Steve” Pedone’s to get into tattooing, but true to the NY hustler mentality, rather a good way to make easy money.
Starring Brandee and a few of her downtown natives, we followed the crew through the streets of SoHo, disposable cameras in hand, snapping shots of their early a.m. crawl home after an all-nighter.