• Tales of a City II

    Photographer: Seigar ( Instagram / Facebook )     Tales of a City II is an urban series made of individual tales from London, 2017.  Each image captures a photo-narrative. It is a set of street photography. Most of them are spontaneous instants. They are linked because of the saturated colors, details and free compositions, far from rules. It is a continuation of a group of photos taken in 2014. This year, I went back to my favorite city and I realized I have captured the same motifs and elements that I took in the previous trip. In these tales, you find reflections, shop windows, plastic people, messages, words, abandoned objects, lines, geometry, shadows, lights, food and people. This is London for me. The old city becomes young in my tales; this is how I look…

  • Photography: 1celand by Irene Tondelli

    Photographer: Irene Tondelli ( Instagram )   I am a documentary and travel photographer based in Northern Italy. I also work as an art director in the field of interior design. In the last few years I worked in advertising agencies but I am now focusing on photography, my true love. Taking pictures helps me to investigate my intimate relationship with places, like an inner dialogue that takes shape through images. I am interested in the relation between spaces and the people who live in them. The human figure rarely appears in my pictures. I find documenting the passage of people more interesting than their physical presence. I like the…

  • Disposed: Big Bend

    After a long winter of dirty snow and crowded trains, I was determined to spend some quality time with nature this summer. So I took some time off of work, packed up my car and boyfriend, and set out for West Texas to cross “Hike Big Bend” off of my bucket list. I’ve always thought of myself as a natural city dweller, but after this trip I can’t stop daydreaming about just how satisfying it would be to spend a year (or a lifetime) soaking in the beauty and mystery of the desert. Needless to say, it was quite an adventure. These pictures were taken in Big Bend National Park,…

  • Bonjour Baby!

    Luca Knegtering, a documentary and fashion photographer from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, found ANON, and we’re wondering why we didn’t find her first! Enjoy her series, Bonjour Baby!, below, and keep an eye out for her in our next mag! Photography // Luca Knegtering (www.lucaknegtering.com) Styling/Editing // Raelli Malawauw (www.raellimalawauw.com)  

  • Fuck It: A Guide on How to Youth

    I’m writing this to you within the 564 square feet that is my studio apartment, in a complex that when the sun is just right, you can detect even the most esoteric of odors radiating from the community dumpster. I’m a student, also working an internship that pays in peanuts (the gross, orange kind). I worry about student loans, job availability, and health insurance. I’m trying to navigate the rat race of networking while keeping my sanity, my grades, and my job intact. I’m like you; except I’m fucking awesome. Why am I so fucking awesome you ask? Because I’ve figured out the secret to true happiness you idiot, but…

  • Travel Diary: Carmel, California

    One of my most treasured hideouts in California is none other than Carmel. For those who haven’t been, I really do wish you would take a day, and breathe in the air that surrounds this alluring city. From the exquisite, spiritual store I’ve come to know as The Secret Garden, to the comely, enticing beaches filled with nothing but good vibes, “Carmel” offers more than just a topping for ice cream and apples, but the sweet taste of summer, even in the treacherous winter, symphonizing spring, or florid fall. So take a minute and see for yourself what this godly place has to offer.

  • Holga Lovin’

    I have a love/hate relationship with my Holga 35mm camera. Love, because I absolutely adore the way most of my pictures turn out – the light leaks are always a beautiful surprise, and I’ve figured out how to do double exposures. Hate, because I never know how the pictures will turn out, or if they even will turn out, for that matter. It’s definitely one of the most temperamental cameras around – blurry pictures happen, the film itself can mess up, and so on. Even so, I personally think that the occasional frustration that comes with using this kind of camera is well worth the unique pictures that you get. After taking…

  • Disposed: New York City

    A disposable camera was brought along on my recent trip to New York City – I captured random moments, places, things, and memories. All of the photos are as-is, nothing has been edited. If you’d like to be a part of our Disposed series, grab a disposable camera, take it with you places, and send the pictures to editors@anonmagazine.com  Enjoy! The Wellington Hotel lobby Good ol’ Times Square The best part of Chinatown McFlurries at the three story McDonald’s  You can stand under my umberella-ella-ella-aye-aye-aye The infamous Times Square again Chinatown and their strange statues The storm was a little too much for his street-bought umbrella  Early morning Central Park…

  • Guest Editor; Road Trip to LA

     A message from ANON: This article consists of a tour through the best places to hit up in LA brought to you by our Guest Editor for the day, Daniela Hummel of Via Los Angeles. Educate yourself on the beauty of LA and then check out Via Los Angeles to see what they are all about! Enjoy!  The dream: A VW bus packed with your friends. Music playing and camera phones snapping.  The time: Now. The destination: Los Angeles. There are two types of dreamers. There are the ones who look for fame, fortune and the hottest, new whatever. Then there are those who look for the magic in everything. They…

  • Chicanos Eaten by Icelandic Trolls: A Poem by Valerie Huerta

    Chicanos Eaten by Icelandic Trolls By Valerie Huerta   Kids are lighting fireworks on the two streets that make a Horseshoe where the Dallas county line breaks off into anarachy; a word that looks like two lines of dirt made by the same child’s hand.   Mrs. Peña’s kindergarten class was just released an hour early to jump the junkyard fence and make a phalanx of Oldsmobile and El Dorado bumper/ hubcaps.   My Mexican Grandma, in the mint shrub, is hiding with a Holy-Water Nerf gun, bracing Sancho, the Pekinese with a sinus infection, and the only creature that can smell Eyafjallajökull smouldering high in the South of Iceland,…