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.
In the Tumblr blog, ‘Table For One’, California native Jerry Hsu documents people who are caught eating alone in public. The unknowing subjects are usually seen enjoying a meal while reading a book, fiddling with their phones, or simply taking in some alone time.
While most of us would rather stay at a five-star hotel, 29-year-old Polish photographer Karol Nienartowicz prefers tent camping. And based on the photos he’s taken, it’s not hard to see why.
Basketball might be a popular sport all over the world, but that doesn’t mean basketball rings are just as popular, as proven by photographer Chris Tubbs. In his series Out of Doors, Tubbs explores less fortunate basketball setups in 37 countries.
Never did we think there’d come a day when the words ‘cyclops’ and ‘cute’ would be used in the same sentence. But in 2012 at the Wonder Festival in Tokyo, photographer Danny Choo took photos of this adorable little girl dressed as the mythic Greek monster. It’s adorable creepy, I tell ya.
Who knew a fight for survival could look so adorable? On the outskirts of Vornezh, Russia, photographer Vadim Trunov captured two squirrels playing in the snow and what even appears to be them having their own photoshoot. To set the stage for the epic scene, Trunov set out a few props – including a pinecone, a snowman, and his camera – on the forest floor and waited patiently for his subjects to arrive.
These surreal images of flying houses and their occupants invite you to let your imagination fly, too
The latest series of Flying Houses by French photographer Laurent Chehere shows, you guessed it, more liberated houses flying high up in the sky. But this time, he has added occupants – some bewildered, others pensive, and one fearful for her life.
Portraits of caesarean babies taken seconds after delivery show us what childbirth really looks like
When we think of babies, we imagine rosy cheeks and chubby, huggable limbs. French photographer Christian Berthelot, however, wants us to see them for what they really are: alien-like creatures soaked in blood and bodily juices, bursting out of their respective wombs.
In her latest series ‘Prophecy’, New York City-based photographer Sophie Gamand (previously) puts the spotlight on hairless dogs, giving them their own photoshoot.
Recently in Lake Mills Wisconsin, five friends did what most bros often do: they built an ‘icehenge’ in the middle of a frozen lake. Drew McHenry, Kevin Lehner, Quinn Qilliams, Alec Seamars, and Patrick Shield, all spent two weekends building the fantastical structure they like to call ‘Rock Lake Icehenge’.