Brooklyn-based photographer Colin Miller spent two and a half weeks travelling through remote parts of China’s Sichuan province documenting the mysterious world of Tibetan Buddhist monks.
Who’d have thought public transportation could also double as public art? In her series ‘It Must Be Beautiful’, photographer Alexandra Soldatova travels around her native country of Belarus, capturing the beautiful images painted on these oft-unattractive public fixtures.
Dhaka, Bangladesh-based photographer Ashraful Arefin has the cutest models around: a family of bunnies. In his latest series, he documents the growth of four baby bunnies from birth to 30 days old.
27-year-old yogi Jessamyn Stanley isn’t like most of her colleagues. As you can see, she’s not your typical lean, toned yoga enthusiast – but for Stanley and her more than 55,000 Instagram followers, they don’t mind at all!
Finnish photographer Konsta Punnka calls himself the ‘squirrel whisperer’ and it’s not hard to see why. This young creative is able to take close-up pictures of squirrels, birds and even foxes, all feeding from his hand.
In 1863, Italian-British war photographer Felice Beato moved to Yokohama, Japan and became one of the first people to ever photograph the mysterious Far East. In the 14 years he lived there, he was able to capture in colour the everyday scenes of Edo-era Japan, from gangs of samurai to a mum taking care of […]
A one-way trip to Mars is just a few years away for some very lucky (or unlucky – depends how you look at it) civilians. In fact, if all goes to plan, Mars One will launch in 2027 and colonize the red planet. But what can we expect from life there? Paris-based photographer Julien Mauve explored this topic with a series of photos depicting life on this curious planet called ‘Greetings from Mars’.
In Spain, more than 30,000 hunting dogs – ones that are deemed too slow, too old, or too expensive to keep – are abandoned or killed each year. London-based photographer Martin Usborne, hopes to make a dent in this cruel tradition through portraits that show these dogs’ plight.
And they don’t need selfie sticks either. Recently in Koh Phangan, Thailand, tourist Christian LeBlanc was feeding an elephant some bananas when the pachyderm took his GoPro and snapped its own version of a selfie: an ‘Elphie’.
Hovering at 6,000 feet above London, photographer Vincent Laforet was able to capture and share with us the stunning view that only birds (and people on red eye flights) can admire: the historic city teeming with bright lights and activity at night.
Columbus, Ohio-based brand strategist Derrick Lin has an ongoing Instagram project that shows us what it’s like to go through hell work at an ad agency.
San Francisco-based photographer Alex Cornell recently ventured to Antarctica and took all the usual photos, except a few. And those few have got us with our mouths open in amazement. Folks, this is what the underside of an iceberg looks like.
This might not be his most flattering angle. In his series ‘Sensorial Self-Portraits’, Brazilian artist Edu Monteiro takes photos of himself wearing some pretty unconventional headgear.
French photographer Sofiane Samlal, better known as ‘Samsofy’, shows us that everything is indeed awesome when imagination takes over and brings inanimate plastic characters to life.
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.