Wise Up: Get Artsy
Darkroom photography to improv comedy, here the city’s best spots to get artsy.
Tao of Meow
Want to know where the city’s cats live? Follow computer programmer Max Ogden on Instagram.
Catch a roller derby smackdown, pack up the covered wagon for some Oregon Trail–inspired theater, heed the call of Siren Nation, cake yourself in glitter for PWR BTTM, and go on a literary frenzy at Wordstock.
Rebecca Jacobson, Jason Buehrer, and Fiona McCann
Meet Your Maker
Gizmodo likens his work to “mysterious nautical equipment.”
No surprise, Portland's cat Instagramming game is elite.
Local video editor Nicholas Davis turned his Parisian vacation into a celebrity-watching extravaganza.
Let's Talk Selfies
Is there more to selfies than vanity? Portland artist Leslie Vigeant opens it up to debate.
Oregon photographer Blake Andrews captures the fleeting rush of childhood in a new exhibit at Blue Sky.
Altar's new lookbook overflows with cinematic charm and witchy woman vibes.
Pete Brook’s Prison Obscura turns a lens on incarceration in America.
Gia Goodrich’s 'Love Wins' project is creating an archive of LGBTQ love stories, with photos of dozens of couples—and now a book and exhibition are in the works.
Whether the picture was worth taking in the first place is still up to you.
From Warhol to Basquiat to Miles Davis, see some of Paige Powell's 10,000 photographs of the NYC art scene in a new Portland Art Museum exhibition.
A veg mag without recipes? A new local publication breaks the mold to celebrate vegan travel and culture.
Beautiful? Yes. Creepy? Hell yes. We look back at Ray Atkeson's haunting shot.
Food critic Karen Brooks explores the wondrous world of local flowers, vegetables, and fruits with her point-and-shoot lens.
Local photographer Bruce Forster shares dozens of photos of Tilikum Crossing's built-by-hand span.
A new pop-up photography exhibition in St John's shows over 300 portraits of the North Portland's neighborhoods residents.
A local photographer captures the spirit of the automobile for America's Car Museum.
Andy Batt traveled to the volcanic deserts of northwestern Argentina—and came back with stunning photographs.