In 1951, 10-year-old Kathryn Beaumont became the model for animators working on the iconic Disney film, Alice in Wonderland. These old behind-the-scenes photos show the girl behind the girl who went down a rabbit hole.
In Brazil, photographer Vitor Schietti uses long-exposure photography and fireworks to wrap trees with illusions of cobwebs made of light.
In their ‘Big Heads’ project, artists Bego Anton and Monica Sanchez document themselves going through everyday life wearing overblown paper heads.
Yo, dawg! Err, I meant, dog! Perth-based photographer Adam Jackman-Moore has come up with a series that imagines pugs as the cuter versions of famous hip hop artists.
When we viewed Ben Thomas’ photo series ‘Chroma‘ and ‘Anti-Chroma‘, we knew we had to get a hold of this Aussie photographer and ask about his photography. His Chroma series has stripped out the darker details of life and focuses on a flurry of colour in everyday images, while his Anti-Chroma series does the exact opposite by exploring the darker side.
Nowadays, Instagram photos – from food pics to OOTDs to places satisfying one’s #wanderlust – seem to be too good to be true. But what if they are too good to be true?
Feast your eyes on these, neat freaks. In his series ‘Pits and Pyramids’, photographer Sam Kaplan organises cookies and candies into structures that would please anyone’s neatness obsession.
You can’t help but be drawn into these photographs by Steve Richard. Each image in his Cloud Busting photo series was taken at the perfect moment when flour was thrown into the air, and a naked jumped, walked, ran, or simply contemplated life.
This is the heartbreaking moment a gorilla orphan is comforted by a park ranger after its mother is killed by poachers
This is the tender – and heartbreaking – moment a gorilla is comforted by a park ranger after its mother was killed by poachers.
Goes to show the even dogs can feel some #wanderlust too! Over on Instagram, one account is quickly becoming famous for showing photos of dogs that are more than just taking a walk in the park.
Andrew McGibbon has blown us away with his latest photo series, Caiman crocodilus. In it, he captures the beauty of four giant Caimans: Dorothy, Mr. Snappy, Desmond, and Baby Jeffrey.
Too often we look straight in front of us (or down at our smartphones), never looking up. But Seb Janiak’s beautiful cloud series will definitely make you look up into the sky more often.
Finding himself bored one Sunday afternoon, artist Xavi Sole decided to create a self-portrait not with a paint brush nor a camera, but with a scanner.
In their ongoing cookbook series ‘Eating for Two’, artists Juarez Rodrigues and Vicky Jacob-Ebbinghaus visualise, photograph, and even taste the different pregnancy cravings that moms and soon-to-be-moms experience.