Photographer Sean Maung reflects on documenting a small town in Pennsylvania afflicted by high levels of unemployment, poverty, violence, crime, and addiction.
David 'Dee' Delgado’s photo project is about honouring and uplifting the city of his youth, and a world rapidly disappearing under the relentless onslaught of gentrification.
The first-generation graffiti artist reflects on the tagging’s emergence as an art form and the players who pushed the medium forward.
Jeffrey Henson Scales intimate portraits and protest images of the BPP and its leaders offer a rare insight into organisation at a time of societal upheaval.
Yohon Tatum, aka Legendary Father of the House of Tisci, reflects on nurturing a new generation of talent.
Taking us through one of the most dynamic years in recent history, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn new photo book contains tender yet confrontational portraits.
Zsófia Sivák’s ongoing project documents the country’s tavern culture, preserving a once defining part of rural life.
Freddie Miller describes documenting the airbrushed trucking scene, as well as the people who spend painstaking amounts of money and time ensuring their vehicles are sprayed to perfection.
Sarah Stacke’s photos aims to give a different perspective of a South African neighbourhood known primarily as a community plagued by gang violence.
Robin Hinsch reflects on capturing the places in the world where raw materials are extracted from the earth for profit, and the people who make their homes there.
George Malave’s photos document the many faces of a marginalised community growing up amid urban decay.
Photographer Nico Froehlich’s series documents South London’s diverse communities, while also reflecting on their fragility amid rapid gentrification.