‘Wet Dog’ is a series that captures the down and out faces of our beloved pooches as they experience the harrowing experience called: bath time. In this exclusive interview, the photographer behind the series, Sophie Gamand, explores the relationship between humans and dogs in her body of work that includes dog high fashion, dog pageant, and dog rescues (she really loves dogs.) [read our original post about Wet Dog here.]
Fascinated by the rockin’ hot bods you see in magazine covers and tv shows? Do you set your expectations on beauty based on those images by the media? Photographer Gracie Hagen of Gracie Hagen Photography makes us rethink the concept of ‘attractiveness’ by showing us that everyone is equally beautiful and equally unflattering in her series and book ‘Illusions of the Body’.
We’re all attached to something in our lives. Whether it be an item of clothing or a family heirloom, or even sporting equipment. French photographer Cerise Doucède has uncovered just what a handful of people are attached to in life via her photography series Les Attaches. You’ll see that everyone is photographed tied to their attachments, though the rope tying them to their obsessions are also restricting them at the same time.
Who says only skinny models can be on the pages of pin-up calendars? Sun Inside Photography’s Victoria Savostianova teamed up with mother-to-be, Natasha Davidenko Mokrousova, and made this adorable – but very sexy – maternity photoshoot. In this exclusive interview, Victoria goes into detail about the pin-up series, as well as, maternity and baby photography. [read our original post about her here]
If you have a nice clean bed to sleep in at night, consider yourself one of the lucky ones, not too many kids have that luxury. Photographer James Mollison explores inequality as seen through the bedrooms of different children across the globe. In his series and upcoming book, ‘Where Children Sleep’, he shows portraits of kids followed by an image of their bedrooms, giving us a glimpse at the living conditions of children in different settings.
Seven divers, two models, a 50-year old underwater shipwreck off the coast off Bali. How much more badass could a photoshoot get? But for Montreal-based photographer and director Benjamin Von Wong, who is known for his outrageous photoshoot concepts, it’s all part of a day’s work.
When you encounter a snake, don’t panic just yet, it just might be a harmless little caterpillar – or it could really be a snake. Either way, just run. In Costa Rica, there’s a caterpillar that camouflages itself to look like a snake, with its tail appearing to be the head of the vicious reptile. It even hides its legs and expands its body to make the snake-like markings on its body more realistic.
Once upon a time in Milan, there lived a photographer and illustrator by the name of Giulia Pex, who added whimsical elements to her daily life by illustrating fictional characters in photos. Most mornings she’ll have cute woodland creatures and a fairy godmother watching over her as she sleeps. Sometimes she’ll take a ride with Prince Charming on his dashing bike stallion. Her dad also joins the fantastical fray, adding superhero references to his daily chores.
Heavens to Murgatroyd! It looks like Mother Nature is tidying up in Montrose, Colorado. Nursing professor Cathy Hartt was out taking her dog for a walk in Buckley Park when she stumbled upon this spectacular sight: a sheet of snow folding itself into a blanket-like form after riding a slide.
Fact: dogs are walking, barking, balls of fur that embody everlasting happiness and unconditional love. Another fact: these same creatures turn into metaphorical pits of gloom and sorrow – with matching puppy dog eyes – as they endure the torturous ritual called, ‘bath time’.
We’re big fans of the work of Yumna Al-Arashi, an LA-based photographer who travels frequently to document thought-provoking images from around the world. Recently named a leading emerging photographer by Forbes Magazine, Al-Arashi typically shoots around the themes of fashion, sexuality, and politics.
Photographer Seph Lawless braved the dangers of abandoned malls like the Randall Park Mall in Ohio to give us a glimpse of America’s broken and forgotten parts. In his book ‘Black Friday – The Collapse of The American Shopping Mall‘, he offers us a visual tour, as well as powerful commentary, on the country’s messed up economy.
And in this writer’s opinion, it could be alternatively titled as, ‘Illusions of the Body: why slouching makes everyone unattractive’. Artist Gracie Hagen created the provocative series to address the lofty standards we’ve set for ourselves – which is comparing our own flesh with those of seemingly perfect bodies we see in the media. What […]
Who lives with googly eyes under the sea? Spider crabs and angler fish and other weird deep sea creatures whose names we don’t know. ‘Deep Sea Fauna’ is a blog that loves pairing different underwater fauna with googly eyes, giving the usually menacing-looking creatures cute and inviting expressions.
Photo series on the beautiful dogs of Bergen County Protect and Rescue: we spoke to the photographer
Rescue Me is a heart-tugging photo series which shows the beautiful dogs of the Bergen County Protect and Rescue in New Jersey. Behind this amazing series is photographer Brian Moss, who used his skills with the camera to help out in his own way. In this exclusive interview, Moss talks more about Rescue Me and how it has helped changed the lives of the shelter dogs for the better. [Read our original post about Moss here.]