PWB photographer, Jeremy Kai has his work featured at the Doors Open Toronto festival!
Jeremy’s exclusive PWB prints featuring artistic portrayals of Ontario’s underground have garnered a lot of attention at all of our exhibits. They have been featured at Hidden City, Free My Interior, and Nyood Bar.
More of this PWB artists’ work underground, his book, and reviews…
Did you know that PWB is based in both Toronto and Syracuse, New York?
We’re covering all the bases to make sure our photographers are well represented.
Connaisseurs: Make sure to check out our online collection to get your own one-of-a-kind PWB piece that will inspire you and visitors to your home or office for years to come. Each purchase comes with an authentic, embossed authentication card to symbolize where it came from, it’s one-of-a-kind status, and to remind you of the cause you’ve chosen to support through your purchase.
The piece featured here comes from the founder of PWB USA, Phil Spitze!
A technical expert and city walker, this photograph was taken along a creek in Syracuse, New York.
Photo of the Day! ::
Nick Wons’ “Reflections”
“My palette is that which is created and discarded by society, my means of documentation is my camera, the end result is a digital image of a place which has most likely been altered or no longer exists.
These are not derelict structures; they are headstones of a bygone era. As I explore a building I do not look at what it is now, or what developers have planned to make it, I look to what it was and what stories it tells. I was born and raised in Toronto, in my years here I have ventured off the beaten path to see the city that others don’t see. This is my story, this is my city.”
*make sure to check out PWBs WORKSHOP on Urban Exploration - next Saturday, April 14, 8-11pm. $25. Best deal in town! =)
Today’s Feature Photo!
PWB Photographer, Jack Spyker, has a love for urban exploration and a sense of adventure. He never forgets his camera and produces dynamic, eye-catching photography on his adventures.
This one bagged the moniker, “Wheelpit”.
Check out more of his work: HERE
Click here for more info on Photographers Without Borders’ Upcoming Workshop on Urban Exploration & Using ‘Light Painting’ to create exciting pieces of work on your own! Coming up April 14th, 8-11pm, meeting at the PWB studio! Email email@example.com for more info.