Travelling can be a very stressful business from time to time. Rushing through airports, scurrying between platforms or wedging yourself in among hundreds of sweaty people, none of this is exactly calming and we inevitably go through at least some of it in our lives.
Gentlemen, if you’re gonna marry someone, might as well shoot for the stars and propose to a Disney princess, right? And while you’re at it, why not propose to five of them! Blaine Gibson of Austin-based production studio Rooster Teeth did just that when he went recently to Disney World.
‘With adventure photography, there are no sidelines to hold you back from the sport. To capture adventure you have to be part of it, I’ve paraglided at 7000m above the Karakoram Range in Pakistan, swum in 10ft waves off Indonesia, and camped on a frozen fjord in the Arctic for a month. Every trip throws […]
English photographer Martin Kimbell is well-practiced in the manipulation of light and image-capture technology to create startling pictures. Nowhere is this more evident than in his recent ‘light-paintings’, where wormholes of twisting lights seem to spring out from the ground or surge down to the earth.
Selfies, in general, aren’t worth talking about, but when you have hundred-year old priceless works of art taking them, we just had to make an exception. Visiting the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork, Ireland, redditor ‘Jazus_ur_looking_well’ decided to let the exhibits take all the pictures. Positioning his smartphone near the hands of the statues, he made it look like they were taking selfies!
Never invite Jeff Goldblum to your wedding – unless you want your entire entourage to be horrifically chased down by a ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex. The ‘Jurassic Park’ star and his fiancé were recently invited to the wedding of Jesse and Pamela Sargent in Toronto last weekend. And when life gets Dr. Ian Malcolm to attend your wedding, what do you do? Include him in your bridal photo with matching Tyrannosaurus Rex, naturally!
Ever wondered what kind of equipment a soldier brings when he goes to battle? Take a look at the series ‘Soldier Inventories’ and be overwhelmed by the number of items these warriors carried to war. In the series, photographer Thom Atkinson documents 13 kits that belonged to soldiers who fought between 1066 and 2014.
Some say the eyes are the window to the soul, but looking at Dimitra Williams’ Human Mouth series, you might think otherwise. Taking inspiration from her favourite photographers (Robert Mapplethorpe, Gary Winogrand, Peter Yang, and Laura Domela to name a few), Williams has created a unique and eye-catching collection of photos that touch on the differences of humans, yet their similarities.
Husband became the hilarious subject of a maternity photoshoot after his wife refused to be part of it
A man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do. Saddened by his pregnant wife’s decision to not take maternity photos, this guy decided to push through with it by himself! So he hired a photographer and pretended his big beer belly actually contained a baby. He then went about striking all the stereotypical maternity poses […]
You may not like eating vegetables, but how about lovingly gazing at them all day long like some pubescent teenage boy? Chinese photographer and artist Ju Duoqi has been playing with vegetables since 2006. That is, playing with them in an artistic way. In 2008, she came out with ‘The Vegetable Museum’, a series of […]
Mr. Freeze would have found this really cool. Software engineer and avid iceberg spotter, Mike Parsons, unknowingly captured this photo of what looks like a Batman iceberg off the Little Bay Islands in Newfoundland. He posted the photo on Facebook and thought nothing of it.
Due to low hanging clouds and fog, the view atop Mt. Fuji is usually blocked, hindering climbers from experiencing the majestic sights surrounding the iconic mountain. But sometime in 2012, during his 4th attempt, photographer ‘Kris J B’ captured this rare shot of Mt. Fuji’s near-perfect triangle shadow draped over the landscape below.
Martin Bailey, who is based in Tokyo but works across all seven continents, is the nature photographer behind these statuesque shots of Antarctica icebergs. These are so, so beautiful we wish Antarctica was more accessible to us.