Tagged: 35mm

Travel: The Mississippi Delta

Travel: The Mississippi Delta

Our friend and photographer Haruka Sakaguchi discovers one of America’s most storied landscapes, The Mississippi Delta.

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Morocco in 35mm

Morocco in 35mm

Spanish photographer shares her trip to Fez to study the muted tones of the ancient city.

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California in 35mm

California in 35mm

Danish photographer Angela Blumen takes us on a tour of California in 35mm.

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Portugal in 35mm

Portugal in 35mm

Photographer Stephanie Noritz shows us the rainy romance of Portuguese cities.

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Croatia in 35mm

Croatia in 35mm

A visual diary of photographer Kourtney Jackson’s journey to the country along the Adriatic

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Harlem in 35mm

Harlem in 35mm

This Sunday, we’re taking an uptown 6 train to 145th Street to explore Hamilton Heights, West Harlem’s historic residential enclave.

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Coachella: The Other 50 Weeks

Coachella: The Other 50 Weeks

The Coachella Music Festival has made the sleepy southern California valley a household name, this weekend we take a look at the what the valley is like when the music stops playing.

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Los Angeles in 35mm

Los Angeles in 35mm

Sean Santiago turns his lens to Los Angeles, the city that takes shape at eye-level.

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The Philippines in 35mm

The Philippines in 35mm

New York based designer Jesse Reed shares some of his favorite images from a recent trip through the sun soaked Philippines.    

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Over Japan in 35mm

Over Japan in 35mm

A Japanese road trip can be an adventure, but the best way to experience the archipelago from top to bottom is by plane. Alex Thomas has been seeing the sites from just next to the pilot’s seat for a while now and has shot some swoon-worthy scenery from Sapporo to Kumamoto in 35mm.

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Niagara Falls in 35

Niagara Falls in 35

Few things are more iconically American than a road trip to Niagara Falls — that icon of resplendent and plentiful nature, and a powerful symbol of cooperation between Canada and the U.S. I set out by car a few Fridays ago from Richmond, Virginia, bent on seeing Niagara Falls and being back in time for work […]

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Studio Visit: Building Block

Studio Visit: Building Block

We visited the Building Block‘s Los Angeles studio for the brand new issue of Human Being Journal. These are a few dreamy 35mm outtakes from Nastassia Clucas‘ shoot with the sisters behind the brand, Kim and Nancy Wu. This season, in addition to their minimalist yet superlative handbags and signature tassels, we’re also very happy to […]

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Grand Canyon in 35

Grand Canyon in 35

The Grand Canyon is the original road trip destination. From pioneers striking out west to 1970s families in wood-panelled wagons, the splendor of this scene carved across Arizona’s northern reaches for millennia by the Colorado River is unparalleled. Need Supply Co. jack-of-all-trades Patrick traveled there last month and caught the very tail end of winter in 35mm on […]

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The Streets of Paris Fashion Week

The Streets of Paris Fashion Week

Paris runways are always grand, but the streets around the city this time of year are filled with a jaunty, debonair style all their own — usually accented with une clope. Photographer/book publisher-by-day François Guillaume‘s knack for capturing Paris’ denizens in their element, with one eye on the decisive moment and the other on style, makes his […]

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Tokyo in 35

Tokyo in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris cafés, London tube stations. Tokyo transplant Alex Thomas is a self-described freeter. She captures her city between photography, design, and DJ gigs, as an “intensive, obsessive hobby”. Her candid images serve as a nuanced and raw portrait of Tokyo, day-to-day […]

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London in 35

London in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris cafés, Belfast bombs. Our friend, model and artist Eva Manticova, photographs her current hometown with an eye for imperfection and contradiction, and in the process reveals the rich, nuanced texture of the real London. We interviewed her several months back about […]

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