Jonathan Barkat grew up in Cape May, NJ and attended college in Philadelphia.After graduation he moved to New York where he lived for six years before returning to Philadelphia.Though he first enjoyed working with a camera in high school, the first part of his college years were spent painting and drawing. This background informs his work and approach to image making. His work has been recognized by Photo District News and the International Photography Awards.
Silent Postcards is a brand new interesting blog that show polaroid flix featuring the VMD crew, exhibitions, concerts, girls & stylelife pictures of writers in Paris . Make sure you will find some interesting pictures in the weeks to come. www.silentpostcards.com
Kitsune Parisien Minimix by Jerry Bouthier
The new Kitsuné compilation selected by label head-honcho Gildas Loaëc and Int party hopper/artist ‘André’ Saraiva, it showcases the cream of the new Parisian music scene.
The buzz about Sam Green's art has grown steadily since he graduated with his Masters from Central St Martins College, his work breathes fresh air into traditional portraiture and figurative Illustration by combining highly detailed pencil work with digital embellishments.
Witnessing since 1986 the evolution of the Hip Hop scene, photographer Jonathan Mannion is a living Bible. He's been shooting the biggest Rap stars for 30 years. He'll be in Paris on the occasion of the "Back In The Days" event that will take place at La Belleviloise, March 27th.
British artist John Stezaker is fascinated by the lure of images. Taking classic movie stills, vintage postcards and book illustrations, Stezaker makes collages to give old images a new meaning. By adjusting, inverting and slicing separate pictures together to create unique new works of art, Stezaker explores the subversive force of found images.