War-torn Kabul is home to a new $5 million indoor water park that spans over 2,300-square-meters and giving employment to 70 people. This facility can hold over 1,000 customers and if swimming isn’t your thing, try out the restaurant, whirlpool, sauna or play area for children.
These gorgeous photographs give unique insight into Iran and its relationship to the rest of the world. The photographs of the landscape are stunning, and this series gives a new perspective on life in the beautiful, albeit troubled, country of Iran.
Sebastiano Tomada Piccolomini isn’t afraid to do what it takes to find the real deal when it comes to photography. The New York-based photographer is well known for his photojournalism work in the Middle East. He seeks out conflict zones and wades right into the fray. These photos are from his portrait series of Syrian […]
Kenny Irwin Jr. makes absurd, apocalyptic collages, mainly drawing from images from the Middle East. He also makes videos, but the most compelling stuff to me are his florescent, ballpoint pen drawings that deal with similar imagery, but bind everything together in a more limited palette.