The Noguchi Museum devoted to Isamu Noguchi’s iconic Akari light sculptures in New York City explores the near limitless ambitions for luminous paper lanterns. We sent photographer, Michaela Taylor, to document the must-see exhibition in all its natural glory.
In the uber-posh Berlin neighborhood of Kollwitzkiez, you’ll find the unassuming, warm smile of baker Ruth Barry, owner of Black Isle Bakery. We sat down with the gallerist turned baker to talk transitioning careers and developing a perspective with baked goods as her medium.
It's no secret that the influence of post-Soviet aesthetics has come to the attention of taste-makers across the world. Rains photo contributor, Akim Karpach, took to his home country of Ukraine to capture a hidden gem of the architectural era.
Capturing contrasts from above, pilot, self-taught photographer and humanitarian, Alex MacLean, has flown his plane over much of the United States documenting its vast and varied landscape. His powerful, descriptive images act as the cover story to Rains Journal Vol. 12, where we dig deeper into his art and portrayal of human interaction from above.