Burning Man From Above: “Compass of the Ephemeral: Aerial Photography of Black Rock City” | Juxtapoz Magazine

Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Burning Man is kind of like skiing. For those who are drawn to each annual pilgrimage, it is worth the vital preparation, inevitable sting and mercuriality of weather, the physical toll and exhilaration. Some of us will never understand, but were all very curious. Compass of the Ephemeral: Aerial Photography of Black Rock City Through the

Burning Man From Above: “Compass of the Ephemeral: Aerial Photography of Black Rock City” | Juxtapoz Magazine2022-02-23T02:36:00+00:00

New Photobook Documents the Notorious Burning Man | Fine Books Magazine

Article Excerpt: Smallworks Press, an independent publishing company specializing in limited edition, exquisitely-printed books focusing on contemporary art and culture, has announced it is producing and distributing the highly-anticipated Compass of the Ephemeral: Aerial Photography of Black Rock City through the Lens of Will Roger, the first book of aerial and drone photography by cultural co-founder of Burning Man, Will Roger. Read More

New Photobook Documents the Notorious Burning Man | Fine Books Magazine2022-02-25T01:46:32+00:00

“Street Art Las Vegas” – A Collection of Vegas’ Raddest Street Art | Juxtapoz Magazine

Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Driving in from Interstate 15, freeway exits vie with Magic Mike Live and Celine Dion in all their billboard bodacious-ness. The Pyramids reside a stroll from the Eiffel Tower, while at night, neon signs face off with a light parade of fountains. You may ask, is that all there is? Reputation dies hard, but you suspect

“Street Art Las Vegas” – A Collection of Vegas’ Raddest Street Art | Juxtapoz Magazine2022-02-23T03:31:37+00:00

Motel Vegas | Antiques and the Arts Weekly

Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: LAS VEGAS, NEV. – Smallworks Press announces the release of Motel Vegas, a new monograph documenting the rise and fall of Las Vegas’ iconic roadside motels by photographer and art historian, Dr Fred Sigman. Motel Vegas is an ode to a bygone era and a reflection on America’s iconic automobile culture. Motels and auto-courts played a

Motel Vegas | Antiques and the Arts Weekly2022-02-23T03:42:57+00:00
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