Artist Tom Galle Makes Weapons Out Of Corporate Logos

Whether we like it or not, there are some corporate logos so ubiquitous that they creep into our subconscious. In his latest series, artist Tom Galle, known for his clever work that blurs lines between brands and people, takes famous brand emblems and fashions them into weapons. Continue »

“Maggie Out”: Striking And Depressive Photographs Captured Everyday Life In Glasgow In 1980


Raymond Depardon/Magnum Photos

In 1980, French photojournalist Raymond Depardon was commissioned by the Sunday Times to travel to Glasgow for a feature on Europe’s overlooked tourist destinations. He knew nothing about the city and couldn’t speak English either. Continue »

2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Publishes First Round Of Beautiful Entries

The 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest is now accepting submissions. We’re looking for spectacular pictures that tell the story of animals, lands, and environments around the world. The deadline to enter is November 17 at 12 p.m. EST.


This is Cheia (DN1A) road that takes you to Transylvania. Yes, THAT Transylvania, the birthplace of the legendary Count Dracula (Vlad Tepes). The legend says that this shot imagines what he might have seen on his nocturnalflights! Nevertheless, it’sa breathtaking view with a magnificent road. (Photo and caption by Calin Stan/National Geographic NaturePhotographer of the Year contest) Continue »

“American Bedroom”: People Of All Walks Of Life And From All Corners Of The USA In Their Bedrooms

Barbara Peacock is one of five recipients of the Getty Images annual Grants for Editorial Photography programme, which gives photojournalists an award of $10,000 as well as the agency’s support in pursuing projects of their choosing. American Bedroom is an ongoing series of portraits in which she explores the complexities and idiosyncrasies of contemporary American life.


Christopher and Alice, Portland, Maine: “Time alone is rare with busy lives, two kids, and a cat. Any time we get we savour, as summer just seems to seep away”. (Photo by Barbara Peacock/Recipient of the Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography 2017) Continue »

Synchronistic Images Captured In Soviet Era Swimming Pools By Photographer Maria Svarbova

Photographer Maria Svarbova is fascinated by the sterile, geometric aesthetic of old swimming pools, especially those built during the Socialist Era in her native country of Slovakia. Each scene she photographs is highly controlled, from the subjects of her works to the bright colors and dramatic shadows that compose each shot. Continue »

This Dadbag Was Made For People Who Want A Dad Bod Without Eating Junk Food

Here’s the ideal solution for anyone who wants a ‘dad bod’ but doesn’t want to go to the hassle of eating all that junk food. Introducing … the dadbag. Continue »

Spectacular Winners Of The Insight Astronomy Photographer Of The Year 2017


“Stars and Nebulae”. Overall winner: The Rho Ophiuchi Clouds, by Artem Mironov (Russia) The Rho Ophiuchi Cloud Complex, or the Ophiuchus Molecular Cloud is a dark emission and reflection nebula about 14 light years across situated approximately 460 light years away from earth, in the constellation of Ophiuchus (the “Serpent-Bearer”). It is one of the closest star-forming regions to the Solar System. Hakos Farm, Windhoek, Namibia, 6 August 2016. Sky-Watcher 200 mm f/4 reflector telescope, Sky-Watcher HEQ5 Pro mount, Canon 5D Mark II camera, ISO 1600, 15-hour total exposure. (Photo by Artem Mironov/Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017) Continue »

Evocative Photographs Of London In 1969

On the way to Liverpool to visit friends Bernd Loos, feeling unwell, stopped for one afternoon and a saturday night in London. It ‘rained cats and dogs’ and he clicked away. His wonderful photos can be seen at his Flickr. Continue »

“Porn Fashions”: Obscenely Tasteless Apparel From 1980s Adult Magazines

It’s become a cliched joke to claim you read Playboy for its articles; but, in all seriousness, the best place to find wicked wild 70s and 80s fashions are in vintage porn. Continue »

“Last Rides”: Photographer Takes Pictures Of The Roads Where Stars Died In Car Crashes

James Dean, Grace Kelly, Marc Bolan, Albert Camus… Christophe Rihet photographs the roads where famous people died, shooting at dawn or dusk to bring a sense of calm. Captions by Camille Riquier.

James Dean, Route 46 in California, 30 September 1955

Christoph Rihet

When James Dean, at the wheel of his Porsche, notices a car in the distance, he reassures his passenger: ‘He has seen us, he will stop.’ But the driver of the Ford Tudor hasn’t seen anything, because his vehicle is very high. Dean cannot avoid the collision. His passenger survives, but Dean’s feet are stuck under the pedals and his neck is broken upon impact. Continue »

You May Chill In This Sunken 200 Year-Old Swedish Cabin Hidden Deep In A Forest


Photo credit: PonyHans

In the early 1800s a man named Little Jon lived in this so called earth cabin (swe. ‘backstuga’) located in southern Småland, Sweden. Continue »

Artist Richard Satava Creates Fantastic Glass Jellyfish Sculptures

Something resembling glass vases with jellyfish inside creates glass artist Richard Satava. He has an amazing skill to create such realistic jellyfish. Continue »

Realistic And Expressive Drawings By Dino Tomic

Talented Croatian artist Dino Tomic (previously featured) likes to draw with pencils, although he is more famous for his tattoos. He is mostly known in Norway, where he works in a tattoo parlor. Continue »

South Korean Allustrator Soo Min Kim Creates Stunning Drawings On Starbucks Cups

South Korean illustrator Soo Min Kim invents a full an interesting life for the mermaid Sirena, the symbol of the world’s largest coffee shop chain. Continue »

Famous People And World Leaders Reimagined As Hipsters By Amit Shimoni

Artist Amit Shimoni decided to reimagine the world leaders, and presented them as hipsters. The series of these funny illustrations is called Hipstory. Continue »