The incredibly talented Jen Mussari designed these Made in USA stamps for us to mark our outbound envelopes and boxes. Thank you Jen, for helping us tell...
You Are My Wild is a talented group of 14 photographers who publish a weekly portrait series of how they see their kids.
We talked with Meaghan Curry one of the founding members, and she gave us a little insight into how they started:
“Right after the new year, and in sort of a creative lull, we were brainstorming about starting a project to force ourselves to put down our phone cameras down and pick up our other cameras more regularly…
Ironically, Instagram is the common thread between us. It is where we found other people documenting their children in really loving, beautiful and respectful ways.”
We hereby name this portrait technique: Portrait Inception! Next time your family asks you to take portraits with your fancy camera, try stacking the generations like this!
Badass Dad of the Day: Dave Engledow, a dad and photographer in Washington, D.C., is creating a “World’s Best Father” calendar for his daughter Alice Bee — but the action shots of the duo have a charming twist:The character I portray in this series is intended to be a parody of the father I hope I never become — distracted, self-absorbed, neglectful, clueless, or even occasionally overbearing.
Don’t miss the rest of the hilarious collection.
One of my favorite parts of working at Burton was having insane, beautiful, and sometimes mind-boggling (are they super human?) snowboarding photos cross my desk each day. It was exciting to see the latest shots come in, find out where and what the team had been up to, and get a sense of how…
I’ll chalk these drawings up to chalk… and a creative mommy!
Chalk. I just wanted to say chalk again.
Capture the moments.
Admit it, you just can’t help but snap a child’s innocent smile once you’ve witnessed it! Their sweet sweet look into the lens of your analogue camera is just like sugar-filled candy inside your mouth.
[Creative expression] A 16 year old and his love of analog.
Although he’s busy finishing his GCSE’s at the moment, we managed to snag a bit of time from his frantic schedule, for us to have a little chat about this boy’s latest obsession with film photography and its unpredictable nature!
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