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Photoville is a unique photo village built from shipping containers in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park. Help us make it a FREE event!
The first photo book and traveling photo exhibition on the legendary singer-songwriter and visual artist Daniel Johnston.
Memoirs and photographs of, and by, the most influential Jewish American photographers of the 20th century.
Documenting America from the 4th of July in Independence, CA to Inauguration Day in Washington DC...and (mostly) everything in between.
An awesome calendar that will feature real world geek women as their favorite characters from comics, sci-fi, fantasy and fiction.
I am photographing the beauty, heart and soul of the dogs who run the 1000+ miles of the Iditarod dog sled race through Alaska.
Two photographers on the road for three months want to send you a self-printed postcard from each of the 48 states as we pass through.
Lessons learned from animal companions by David Jensen. Scenes, sentiments and considerable nonsense according to dogs and cats.
Global Press Institute uses journalism as a development tool to educate, employ and empower women throughout the developing world.
I want to take cosplay photography out of conventions and in to the wild American landscape for a collection of incredible portraits.
New York/Mumbai photographer Manjari Sharma re-imagines Indian deities in a new medium with detail and emotion. A series of 9 photos.
Documentary photography book about the Mexican telenovela REBELDE and the pop band RBD that stemmed from it.
Photo book taking the reader on a visual back-stage tour of Alaska's Iditarod Race & the back-story to making some of these photos
Do you enjoy photos of cats dressed up as magical creatures? Do you use a calendar? Yes? Then we have something awesome for you.
Book publication of the 2011 Aftermath Project grant winner and finalists, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Help an alliance of photographers publish a coffee table book of pinnacle images and universal stories from around the world.
A limited-edition photobook by Shane Lavalette to follow the High Museum's "Picturing the South" exhibition in Atlanta, GA.
A photo book chronicling the artist's six-year obsession with two Central Asian rivers, on a journey from the Aral Sea to western China
A book of photographs and written essays by over 50 of the photographers and writers who covered the war in Bosnia
THE RETURN is a book of photographs by Adrain Chesser in collaboration with ritualist Timothy White Eagle published by Daylight Books.