There are hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy alone – have you ever wondered what our sunsets would look like if we replaced the sun with a different star? Some would not be as romantic as you’d think.
Smiley the golden retriever was born without the gift of sight and grew up in a puppy mill. Because he had no eyes, Smiley felt a lot of pain whenever his eyelids went into his sockets, so his eyes had to be sewn shut to prevent further discomfort. Yet despite all the setbacks, his outlook on life remains positive.
Pondo cattle live among the Amapondo people, a sub-branch of the Xhosa tribe, on South Africa’s east coast. Every day since the 16th century the bulls have been visiting the beach, though no one is really sure why, and award-winning photographer Christopher Rimmer’s latest work details the majestic beasts’ sandy sojourns.
In his series ‘Ready for Dinner!’, photographer Henry Hargreaves (who we’ve previously featured) shows us the food menus prepared by people anticipating Armageddon. By the looks of it, the end of civilisation will be rather civilised, given all the pasta and steak.
We all know that behind every powerful image is a powerful story, but get out the tissues because photographer Jonas Peterson is going to get you right in the feels while discussing one of his all-time fave shots, as part of the Canon Light Awards.
In his series ‘Madd Stunts’, Seattle-based photographer Brandon Hill imagines his infant son Maddex going on all sorts of crazy adventures as a diaper-wearing daredevil.
For the past three years, Berlin-based photographer and dancer Mickael Jou has been taking self-portraits seemingly levitating in mid-air as he goes about his daily life.
Finding himself without a date on Valentine’s Day, Cairo-based photographer Hossam Atef decided to take his childhood friend out instead. His childhood friend is a teddy bear.
Record freezing temperatures have been battering the eastern US in past weeks, resulting in many a grumpy driveway owner. There is, however, a beautiful side to all this cold weather: slurpee waves.
They’re calling her ‘the happiest dog in the world’, and with good reason. Gluta was once a stray dog in Thailand until she found a loving human to go home to. If you think it was all happy endings from here, it wasn’t. Gluta was diagnosed with metritis and inflammation of the uterus, and had to undergo surgery.
They might be inanimate, but toys have their own stories to tell. Portugal-based journalist Daniel Cerejo creates humorous scenarios for toys as they experience what it’s like to live in the real world.
To prove that cat worship isn’t only for women, New York-based photographer David Williams captures grown men with their feline companions in his series ‘Men and Cats’.
Superheroes are regular Joes when they’re not saving the world, as seen through the lens of this photographer
Have you wondered what superheroes do when they’re not out there saving the world? Photographer Edy Hardjo imagined them doing the pretty regular stuff we all do when they have some time off. You know, like hanging out with the guys, eating fast food, comparing each others… oh, never mind.
Two years ago, Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc did what most of us could only dream of doing: she quit her job and traveled the world. Armed with only a backpack and camera, she sought out hundreds of women from 37 countries, capturing their diverse beauties in a series of portraits called ‘The Atlas of Beauty’.
Berlin-based Swedish photographer Erik Johansson masterfully manipulates perspective to form images that will make you do a double take, or a triple take even. Using his skills as a retoucher, he creates everyday scenes that are anything but ordinary.