#RONASZN is in full effect and almost every industry has felt its brutal impact. Some creatives are using this extra free time in quarantine to work on projects but, not everyone is so fortunate. One
After capturing some of the most iconic and authentic images ever, Getty Images still understands there are new and important moments to be seen. Especially now, in uncertain and unprecedented times,
Getty Images, a pioneer in the visual trend landscape, is onto its next ambitious project: Visual GPS. The report’s multi-faceted approach leverages Getty Images internal search data, insights f
“Tap into your magic and own it. Create a legacy, not just for yourself but for your tribe.” – April Walker Nestled in the corner of 1 Fulton St. lies a quaint and unique store. To the untrained
Getty Images collaborated with Adolescent Content and is putting young people behind the camera for authentic representations of millennials and Gen-Z.
LGBTQIA+ images are plentiful during Pride, but what about the rest of the year? Getty Images gives us an exclusive look at search trends in the past year.
Tapping into a community and obtaining the right ethnic perspective is exactly what American media needs to push the culture forward.
#ShowUs seems to be yet another case in which “Hashtag Activism” produces real-world solutions. Dove, who has a rich history diversifying the images of women portrayed in commercial media,
Essel and Theodore def have big things in store for their creative careers and perhaps the two might even work on a film together.
Work needs to be done to combat the lack of diversity in media and advertising.