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Youth Culture by Jacob Boyles for Elevation Creative on Dribbble

Youth Culture designed by Jacob Boyles for Elevation Creative. Connect with them on Dribbble; the global community for designers and creative professionals.

"The Soul" is a classic repurposed. A reinterpretation of sort through the gaze of the black millennial. Hailed as a modern day representation of Ernie Barnes notorious Sugar Shack painting. In its true essence, it stands as a depiction of modern black youth culture, from its social media creation, curation and distribution to its digitally filtered display.

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Checking in at Gosha Rubchinksiy’s Youth Hotel Photos | W Magazine

Photographer Gosha Rubchinksiy captures contemporary Russia in his new book, Youth Hotel. Get an inside look here.

Photography by Benedict Brink. An NYC laundromat is exhibiting work by youth culture's greatest image makes: http://www.dazeddigital.com/photography/article/24868/1/want-to-see-larry-clark-s-photos-while-doing-your-laundry

Ed Templeton, Larry Clarke and co. team up for the ultimate group exhibition

Photos of youth culture reveal what it was like to grow up in Britain in different decades

BRITISH youngsters’ fashions and styles over the years will be showcased by a new National Lottery-funded online Museum of Youth Culture. People are asked to submit photos for the digital archive, …