Posted by Koe Rodriguez on 7th Apr 2017
ATW is happy to have worked together with OkayPlayer on this great collabo featuring our good friend and ATW comrade, T. Eric Monroe. Eric is one of the unsung photogs of the 1990s and we're very happy to see his work finally getting some long overude love & props. Dig into this great piece and then go cop Eric's limited edition "D'Angelo & Lauryn Hill" fine art print.
Jamel Shabazz's new coffee table book Pieces Of A Man could easily be one of his most ambitious and profound books yet. Self published and carefully curated by Shabazz himself, the book comes off more like his visual diary than a collection of masterfully composed and honest portraits of subjects near and far. From hard boiled streets [...]
In our circle of esteemed shooters, we sometimes call our cameras "guns." Back in the day, these two street soldiers were soldiers of a different type; with different guns. Veteran photographers Ernie Paniccioli and Joe Conzo served their country before visually serving Hip-Hop culture. On Veteran's Day, let us remember those who served their country [...]
Sneaker Fiends rejoice. Starting today, July 10, at The Brooklyn Museum the first comprehensive sneaker exhibition, Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture will kick-off. As one of the co-stars of the cult classic sneaker doc "Just For Kicks" and a rocker of fresh kicks since the early 80s, I can certainly appreciate an exhibition dedicated to [...]