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Baloji

Baloji is a rare artist in his effortless defiance of genre. Belgian raised of Congolese origin, he is a staple in French hip hop. He manages to touch political topics, collaborate with internationally renowned artist, and make you dance. He has spent over half his life in the industry, and today he stands as a… Read more »

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1stGen : Maya

We have asked ourselves many times in our work and lives, “What does it mean to be American?” We drove across the country, lived in different cities, talked to many people, and when we looked in the mirror, we finally recognized the faces we were looking for. We are first generation Americans. We are the… Read more »

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1stGen : Ethel

We have asked ourselves many times in our work and lives, “What does it mean to be American?” We drove across the country, lived in different cities, talked to many people, and when we looked in the mirror, we finally recognized the faces we were looking for. We are first generation Americans. We are the… Read more »

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1stGen : Arpine

We have asked ourselves many times in our work and lives, “What does it mean to be American?” We drove across the country, lived in different cities, talked to many people, and when we looked in the mirror, we finally recognized the faces we were looking for. We are first generation Americans. We are the… Read more »

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1stGen : Chitra

We have asked ourselves many times in our work and lives, “What does it mean to be American?” We drove across the country, lived in different cities, talked to many people, and when we looked in the mirror, we finally recognized the faces we were looking for. We are first generation Americans. We are the… Read more »

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1stGen : Kajal

We have asked ourselves many times in our work and lives, “What does it mean to be American?” We drove across the country, lived in different cities, talked to many people, and when we looked in the mirror, we finally recognized the faces we were looking for. We are first generation Americans. We are the… Read more »

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Minimal Liège

Liège is quirky. Liège is strange. Liège est laid. Belgian’s third largest city has been described in many ways, simply because it is hard to define. Liège may not be first on people’s travel lists, but it should be. Its unique combination of architectural styles, cloudy skies, and winding streets seems to never make sense. But, that is… Read more »

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Minimal LBC

Under the sway of palm trees bustles one of the most diverse cities in the United States. Long Beach embodies both the American dream and the California dream. It may be a part of Los Angeles County, but it stands alone as its own desirable destination. In this Minimal entry, we capture the unexpected local… Read more »

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Minimal LA (pt. 2)

Los Angeles is home to us here at ERAEM. The city may not be known for obvious architectural beauty, but, like every place in the world, its allure exists within its unique details. In another Minimal City Series we explore the shapes of a space in a simplified form. These captured moments are intimate, personifying… Read more »

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Minimal LA

Los Angeles is home to us here at ERAEM. The city may not be known for obvious architectural beauty, but, like every place in the world, its allure exists within its unique details. In another Minimal City Series we explore the shapes of a space in a simplified form. These captured moments are intimate, personifying… Read more »

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Garth Trinidad

Music: Sango – Smiles & Frowns https://soundcloud.com/sangobeats https://www.facebook.com/SangoBeats/ http://sangobeats.com/ Petit Biscuit – Sunset Lover https://soundcloud.com/petitbiscuit/sunset-lover https://www.facebook.com/petitbiscuitsound Sade – Smooth Operator Please follow and like us:

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Minimal SF

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MASKuline : Mando

Our ongoing series takes an intimate look at the reality beneath the illusion of masculine behavior. Various men share experiences in which they had to put on their MASK, giving insight into their habits and thoughts. Unexpected aesthetic elements exteriorize the unspoken interior sensations. These uncensored moments are a dialogue aimed at liberating the individual… Read more »

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MASKuline : Nick

Our ongoing series takes an intimate look at the reality beneath the illusion of masculine behavior. Various men share experiences in which they had to put on their MASK, giving insight into their habits and thoughts. Unexpected aesthetic elements exteriorize the unspoken interior sensations. These uncensored moments are a dialogue aimed at liberating the individual… Read more »

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Meet One Half of ERAEM: Ethel

What kind of a kid were you? “I was a tomboy, always in the mud.” What did you enjoy most about studying Multi Media? “That I always had to create something on the spot. It really showed me how creative I was in a way a lot of people aren’t. One class, the professor gave… Read more »

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MIDDLE OF SOMEWHERE: White Sands National Monument

This series explores “nowhere,” the relative of “now here.” We drove through the desert deciding we were in the middle of nowhere, only to realize: it didn’t really exist. You see, even from the middle of nowhere, any direction you go will eventually take you somewhere. So we asked: Can anything be nowhere if you’re… Read more »

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Middle of Somewhere: Red Rock Canyon

This series explores “nowhere,” the relative of “now here.” We drove through the desert deciding we were in the middle of nowhere, only to realize: it didn’t really exist. You see, even from the middle of nowhere, any direction you go will eventually take you somewhere. So we asked: Can anything be nowhere if you’re… Read more »

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Middle of Somewhere

This series explores “nowhere,” the relative of “now here.” We drove through the desert deciding we were in the middle of nowhere, only to realize: it didn’t really exist. You see, even from the middle of nowhere, any direction you go will eventually take you somewhere. So we asked: Can anything be nowhere if you’re… Read more »

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Chola Chic: Chicana Couture in the Mainstream

Urban countercultures have penetrated the mainstream throughout history. The hip-hop aesthetic, gothic clothing, and skater grunge are all examples of this phenomenon. Like a new form of gentrification, style elements change quality according to context. Recently, one particular Los Angeles fashion figure has shown up to the trend party: the chola. We grew up in… Read more »