Anyone who has ever had kids can attest that parenthood is a difficult but rewarding aspect of life. New Jersey-based photographer Danielle Guenther perfectly captures this beautiful kind of chaos in her series ‘Best Case Scenario’. In her ongoing series, Guenther meets with various parents to find out their parenting stories, from sleepless nights with […]
Down on the ground, it’s breathtaking for one to witness Dubai’s skyscrapers towering over the desert landscape. But up in the air, these great feats of human engineering look even more impressive as they reach for the sky, creating a seemingly sci-fi city in the clouds.
In his series ‘Moments Like These’, New York-based photographer Harry McNally took Disney characters out of their fairytale worlds and superimposed them on a setting that’s a lot more familiar: ours. Placing the characters on a black & white background, McNally puts them in situations reminiscent of their stories, albeit with a contemporary twist. ‘The […]
For creatives, clients are their best friends and worst enemies. The former because, well, they pay creatives to do what they do. The latter because most of them have the most ridiculous, insensitive, and unprofessional requests. In his series What Not To Say To A Photographer, Italian graphic designer Luca Masini highlights these annoying requests made to photographers.
In his series House of Books, French photographer Franck Bohbot travels the world and documents the grandest, most breathtaking libraries ever built. Having been to Rome, Paris, and Boston, the New York-based photographer shows us the beauty and wonder these silent temples of knowledge have. Shooting the libraries devoid of people and at an almost-symmetrical […]
For the past 14 years, San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon has been traveling the world, finding the oldest, most majestic trees, and preserving their beauty in photos. Two rare species she’s documented are the ‘upside-down tree’ of Madagascar and ‘dragon’s blood tree’ of Socotra. The former, looks like its root are on top facing the sky, while the latter appears alien with its red sap and umbrella shape.
Rice is pretty amazing. It’s the staple food of over half the world’s population and provides 20% of the world’s dietary energy supply. Not to mention making burritos all the more tastier! Many of us have probably seen a rice field-in person or in photos-and not given the landscape a second thought.
Now that’s what you call a throwback photo! Photographer Robbie Augspurger relives the good ‘ol days of portraiture by making his photos look like they were taken in the ‘80s. He foregoes the oft-used vintage filters we see on apps like Instagram, and instead chooses to style his subjects in the hilarious and nostalgic look […]
In the 1950s, Detroit was a thriving metropolis, thanks to the booming American car industry. It had become the fourth largest city in the US, having the highest rate of home ownership and highest median income in the country. Times have changed, however, and the city has slowly deteriorated into a ghost town since the 2008 recession.
Don’t be fooled by this feline’s gorgeous blue eyes and plush white fur, for as soon as she takes a cat nap, she has the face only a mother could love. This is Setsu-Chan, a cat dubbed by the Japanese media as the ‘Most Awful Sleeping Face’. It’s not hard to see why. With eyes rolled back, tongue popping out, and saliva dripping down her chin, she definitely sets the bar for being unphotogenic. Having an ugly sleeping face, however, hasn’t stopped people from admiring her.
I guess you could say that one man’s trash is another man’s temporary stage set. In the past 6 months, photographer Justin Bettman and stylist Gozde Eker have been working together, collecting discarded furniture and household items found in the streets of New York. They then arrange these unwanted finds into elaborate, ephemeral stage sets in a series called ‘Set in the Street’.
Last year, London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz amazed us all after he came up with a series about naked pin-up girls wearing nothing but splashes of milk. Now he’s back with something more… super.
Brazilian photographer Joao Paulo Bernandes has always been fascinated with satellite imagery and topographic maps, so much so that he even used them as his phone’s wallpaper. Aerial Wallpapers is a Tumblr that turns the most stunning images from NASA and Airbus Defence and Space into iPhone wallpapers. Some of the photos in his collection include […]
If a random guy walked up to you and asked if you could put on a tiger suit so he could take pictures, would you do it? It sounds comical, but that’s what photographer Adam Rabinowitz’s ongoing series ‘Tiger Suit’ is all about, to bring out the ridiculous side of people.
Well, there’s something you don’t see every day. Photographer and bird watcher Steve Spitzer was out one morning along the Loyola Park Beach in Chicago when he spotted something peculiar: an owl swimming across Lake Michigan.