We’ve seen beautiful and impressive macro photography over the years, but what we’ve never seen are water droplets undergoing ‘a phenomenal metamorphosis’.
Wanting to change the way we perceive beauty, photographer Carey Fruth has created a series that imagines women of different body types as the muses of a sexual dream.
Who knows how he does it, but photographer Paul Nicklen knows just how to snap sensational photos. This Canadian-born Arctic ecosystem specialist and marine biologist has a love of nature that truly stands out in his photography and makes you want to visit the Arctic at once!
Comic book enthusiast and cool dad Lance Curran turns his kids into superheroes during breakfast using not magic nor high-tech weaponry, but something simpler: his mug collection.
While you’d expect to find sunken ships at the bottom of the sea, Wisconsin-based Coastguard captain Brandi Mueller gives us a glimpse of an uncommon underwater inhabitant: perfectly-intact WWII airplanes.
Crows never cease to amaze us with their intelligence. Just recently photographer Phoo Chan captured an incredible image of a crow taking a rest aboard a bald eagle in Seabeck, Washington. And both birds lived to tell the tale!
In her Tumblr project ‘Tiny PMS Matching’, Texas-based graphic designer Inka Mathew matches everyday objects she finds amusing with their respective colours in their Pantone Matching System (PMS).
Awesome! Newspaper prints simple cartoons of the Foo Fighters’ concert to protest their bizarre photo contract
When the Foo Fighters provided press with a photo release contract recently, it meant members of the press (in the official press area) had to have each concert photograph approved before it was published. It also meant all copyrights to photos would transfer to the band and it also meant that photos taken could only be run once. Pretty strict guidelines for an easy-going band.
The wildlife and fauna of the Galápagos Islands were studied by Charles Darwin back in 1835 – and it’s easy to see why the famed naturalist and geologist chose this place to dock during his voyage. It’s simply stunning. Fast forward more than 175 years and photojournalist Amy Toensing also found herself on the islands, taking some of the most stunning images of wildlife and landscapes we’ve seen.
Some people just have talent for taking good pictures. You can’t really put your finger on what makes their work so special, but there’s something extraordinary about every image. Aussie photographer Julian Schulz is one of those photographers.
Deep within the Baikonur Cosmodrome lies an abandoned hangar that houses the Soviets’ space shuttle program – or at least what’s left of it. Russian photographer Ralph Mirebs explored the site and brought back these depressing images.
And you thought your apartment was a bit cramped. While wandering across Japan in 2013, photographer Won Kim discovered a Tokyo hostel that offered tiny rooms with virtually no headroom, no windows, and only a curtain for privacy. He returned last year to document the lives of people living here (most of them permanently) in a series called ‘Enclosed: Living Small’.
Contrary to popular belief, tears are not made of broken hearts and shattered dreams, they’re actually composed of antibodies, oils, and enzymes, all swirling around in pools of salt water. Dutch Maurice Mikkers shows us this beautiful composition by putting tears under the lens of a microscope.
Australia’s leading animal photographer Alex Cearns has just released a never before seen photo series titled ‘Zen Dogs’. The photo series is a joyful and uplifting series of pooch portraits showing each dog in a Zen-like pose, relaxed and happy, with their eyes blissfully closed.
Have you ever noticed how surveillance cameras are always alone? There’s a good reason for that. Prague-based artist Jakub Geltner shows us how disturbing it can get if these devices hung out together, just like a flock or a herd.