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Kelsey McClellan

Today we’re honored to share a collection of images created by Kelsey McClellan in collaboration with Michelle Maguire. The two have worked on numerous projects including a  cook book for Jeni Britton Bauer. Kelsey McClellan is a photographer based in San Francisco, CA. Raised in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio, her work explores the humor and calmness

What We’ve Found: All You Can Eat

We asked you to satisfy our craving for food photographs, now we’re stuffed. What we’ve found is that documenting your meal isn’t just for the Instagram savvy millennials – there’s a real beauty in capturing each sparkle of grease on your hamburger, a messy splash of ketchup. Food is a language we all speak, therefore

Shannon May Powell

Shannon May Powell is an Australian writer and photographer based in Berlin. Her work explores intimacy and psychogeography, the meaningful interaction between people and place. Her latest work focuses on sensual experience, using a seemingly two dimensional medium such as photography to evoke an erotic experience. Not erotic in the classic sense of the word

Francesco Nazardo

Francesco Nazardo has established himself as a purveyor of the fashion world while incorporating fine art qualities into his work. He describes his process, “I work with a variety of photographic traditions while never actually getting too affectionate to a particular one.  Showing my work in exhibitions as well as on editorial or on commercial

What We’ve Found:
All You Can Eat

Hey, We’re excited to introduce the next theme for our monthly curated web post on Aint–Bad – What We’ve Found. We’re expanding the potential to have your work recognized and admired – we’re thrilled. So, what’s the next theme? FOOD.  One of the most enjoyable aspects of the holiday season is the opportunity to eat. It’s Grandma’s time to shine! We want

Parker Woods

Parker Woods is an avid bad-movie-watcher with an eye for uniqueness in the mundane and a penchant for shooting with film. As a portrait photographer, Woods aims to create a unique vision by combining the intimacy of diaristic style with that of fashion editorial photography. Today we’re sharing a selection of Parker’s work from his newly

Kellye Eisworth

Kellye Eisworth is a Denver-based artist utilizing the photographic medium to explore themes of memory, pain, vulnerability, and the concepts of innate and constructed identity. Employing the conventions of traditional studio portraiture, her work focuses on the human body as a cultural and individual text to be read. Though often entering into a dialogue about

Andrew Miksys

Andrew Miksys’ photography has been shown internationally including exhibitions at the Seattle Art Museum, Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre, Kaunas Gallery, and De Apple Contemporary Arts Centre.  He has been the recipient of grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, Fulbright, and the Aaron Siskind Foundation.  Andrew’s work has appeared in many publications and online including DAZED, The

What We’ve Found:
Your Pretty Face!

Hey, We’re excited to introduce the next theme for our monthly curated web post on Aint-Bad – What We’ve Found. We’re expanding the potential to have your work recognized and admired – we’re thrilled. So, what’s the next theme? Self Portraiture and/or Selfies!  In honor of our past issue Self-ie, we want to see more of your pretty faces. We want to see