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 Artist - Jeff Koons

Artist - Jeff Koons

In early 2016, Jacquie Grande had an epiphany of sorts. To fully understand what it was, it's essential to track back to the various contributing factors that lead to it. >>READ MORE

AN EYE FOR THE SEA

Exploring the Aquatic Photography of Salvo Bombara

Inspired by art and all expressions of it, Sicilian photographer, Salvo Bombara brings dream-like aura to his mastery of the underwater image.>>SEE MORE

MEET THE DIRECTOR

Born in Santiago, Cuba to an Italian father and Spanish mother, Roberto Monticello brings a wealth of personal and professional depth to RUNWAY NEW YORK, for which he is both writer and director. >>READ MORE

 

No.3 Lounge at LUMAS

Last Saturday’s No.3 Lounge event at LUMAS Gallery in NYC’s Meatpacking District took a unique approach to such gatherings. >>READ ON

Jennifer Mien Mien Lin

Transparency in Three Dimensions

A Photographic Portal into the Soul of a Woman

by Misha Beiser

Jennifer Mien Mien Lin’s artistic style and personality leave a deeply moving and motivational impression on all those who interact with her and her photographs. >>READ MORE

the owl girls

by Anna Khachatryan

A Devil was born from trees, sun, petals of red roses and shattered glass and becomes a shadow.>>SEE MORE

LIKE A PAINTING BY TOMAAS

Visionary Image-Maker TOMAAS>>SEE MORE

GLAM JAIL

Glam Jail is a Franco-Brazilian visual anecdote by photographer Pol Kurucz about eleven eccentric inmates transforming a prison visitor’s booth into a colorful fashion haven.>>SEE MORE

 

RAPHAEL MAZZUCCO'S ICONIC ART PHOTOGRAPHY

by David Grasso

While Raphael Mazzucco made a name for himself in the world of fashion photography, today he’s an artist that seamlessly weaves his trademark photography into his obra maestras, which are a celebration of both the female form and the natural environment.  >>READ MORE

HARLEM'S RENAISSANCE - A BALANCING ACT

 Photography by Burroughs Lamar

Photography by Burroughs Lamar

by Burroughs Lamar

What is it about Harlem, a mere 3.81 square miles, packed with more Black American cultural history than anywhere in the United States, that unceasingly drives tourists worldwide to it's door step? >>READ MORE

 

WAXING ETERNAL 

By Sophie Baron

Beeswax sculptor LeRone Wilson bridges the ancient with the present; the spiritual with the physical >>READ MORE

 

SHADOWS OF A SUMMER by tomaas

                              SHADOW OF A SUMMER By TOMMAS  >> SEE MORE

                             SHADOW OF A SUMMER By TOMMAS >> SEE MORE

The Tribal Boho

Photography by Raveena Singh>>SEE MORE

Fashion Photography by Vicky Drachmann

Photographer Vicky Drachmann>>SEE MORE

In Touch

Fashion Photography by TOMAAS>>SEE MORE

TOMAAS: Go Your Own Way

by Simon Constable

It is something of a truism that there is never a right time to switch career. But it’s hard to imagine a worse time to move into photography than 2007, the very eve of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. >>READ MORE

Anna Khachatryan's welcoming pop surreal

by Noah Berlatsky

Anna Khachatryan's work encapsulates a blend of fine art, pop culture, and fashion. Though she hails from Armenia, her photographs and videos are set mostly in globalized, iconic, commodified spaces, as if she's engaged in off-kilter, broken branding exercises. >>READ MORE

Photographer Erik Almas

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CAR CRASH by Eric Almas

Mystery and Magic on the Tanzania Coast

by Jack Raplee

Sparsely populated and peppered with ancient ruins, cloves, and hidden lagoons, Pemba Island remains a largely undiscovered treasure, bathed in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. >>READ MORE

BLONDE CHIC by Henrik Adamsen

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No.3 Magazine - Iceland

 

Assume Nothing!

by Jack Raplee

Visual Artist Rachel T. Harris challenges expectations of process, vision, concept... and herself>>READ MORE

Karim Rashid: Prolific and Versatile

By David Grasso

Typically, even a well-known artist is famous for a specific scope of work. That couldn’t be further from the truth for Karim Rashid, who’s been called the most famous industrial designer in America. >>READ MORE

CAR CRASH by Eric Almas

by David Grasso

Typically, even a well-known artist is famous for a specific scope of work. That couldn’t be further from the truth for Karim Rashid, who’s been called the most famous industrial designer in America. >>READ ON