Well, that’s definitely something you don’t see every day. In London, photographer Max Ellis – who previously captured squirrels wearing jack-o-lanterns – is back with another curious find: a squirrel holding up a purple umbrella.
21-year-old Jakub Pavlovsky loves reading books so much, he can read anywhere. And by ‘anywhere’, I mean reading-in-the-middle-of-a-busy-sidewalk anywhere. In his Instagram project ‘BOOK’S CALLING’, he is seen sitting down cross-legged and immersed in a book while his surroundings – such as a hectic street or a cramped subway car – moves on.
Melbourne-based artist and photographer Matthew Deutscher is quickly becoming famous for the way he organizes his photos on Instagram: by colour, or specifically by working his way through the PANTONE Color Bridge.
Now you know what to do when you need to take a power nap at work. In her series ‘How We See’, photographer Laurie Simmons laments on beauty and self-expression in social media through models with eyes drawn on their eyelids.
In ‘Life’s Not Fair’, German photographer Bettina Gruber imagines what it would be like for animals and even dinosaurs to go on adventures and everyday problems, just like us
By Niki Chris in New Photography on Wednesday 13 May 2015
Hawaii is a well known paradise for surfers, who gather there from all corners of the Earth for a chance to ride the most magnificent waves the ocean has to offer.
In his series, ‘Foot Soldiers’, photographer Christopher Griffith highlights the bread and butter of New York City’s shoe shiners. No, I’m not talking about shoe polish, it’s something more valuable: their hands.
Connecticut-based photographer Ty Foster captures the frustration and sadness of man’s best friend as they are forced to wear their greatest enemy: the cone of shame. In his series ‘Timeout’, Foster photographs different dogs struggling against the protective medical equipment. One dog attempts to remove his gear while another clings on to his bone for dear life. Others simply surrender to the power of the cone.
Photographer Aleš Krivec knew he had to take a picture of a sunrise at Lake Bled after a friend of his showed him a prime location for viewing the crack of dawn. He visualized the light and how it would ‘first touch the mountain top and then slowly moves towards the castle and the church’. And then he went out one crystal clear morning for the perfect shot.
While plenty of animals have the ability to blend into their habitats, Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie’s animals can do it even better: they are the habitat.
Vandalism on the subway? You probably wouldn’t look twice. But vandalism on a face that looks like it’s from a subway ad? Oh, it’ll stop you right in your tracks!
By Niki Chris in New Photography on Wednesday 6 May 2015
Professional surfers Andriano de Souza and Pedro Scooby joined photographer Marcelo Maragni back in 2013 to complete a unique project called Red Bull Surfing Lights and the results are nothing short of amazing.
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center recently published satellite photos showing us what appears to be glitches on the ocean surface. But according to the agency, these weird but beautiful formations are actually hundreds of seaweed fields covering the waters around Sisan Island in South Korea.