Vintage Photographs Show How Students Celebrated Spring Break in Texas In The Late 1980s

Every year students across the country spend the week leading up to spring break by pulling all-nighters, cramming for midterms and fidgeting over their upcoming plans. Continue reading »

“Hong Kong Hallucinations”: Fantastic Urban Photography By Johannes Heuckeroth

Stunning nightscapes by Johannes Heuckeroth, a talented photographer, and designer currently based in Fürth, Germany. Johannes focuses mainly on cityscapes, architecture, urban, and landscape photography. Heuckeroth recently visited Hong Kong to capture stunning nightscapes, architectures, and urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Pictures Of Arnold Schwarzenegger Walking Through Munich In Swimming Trunks In Order To Promote His Own Gym, 1967

It is not too much to say that Arnold Schwarzenegger has undoubtedly become one of the historical titans of our time. He has changed the “Iron sport”, the movie industry and even the political background in the United States and worldwide once and for all. Although Arnold’s life achievements are generally associated with the United States, he spent twenty-one years of his life in Europe, in Austria and Germany. Continue reading »

Stunning Painting-Like Photography Shows Off The Beauty Of Rainy Season In Japan

Japan’s rainy season, or tsuyu (梅雨), can be downright oppressive. Muggy and humid weather coupled with heavy rain make it a complete sweat-fest, and for those new to that kind of weather, the idea of going outside and traveling around the country seems totally unpleasant. Continue reading »

“Cats And The City”: Russian Artist Imagines A World Where Humans Live Among Giant Cats

Andrey Scherbak is a creative director of the Moscow advertising agency. It will probably take you a few seconds to understand that the photos there are not quite ordinary. On them Andrey and cats, who are several times larger than him, against the background of urban and not very urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Kristen Stewart, Emma Watson & Indya Moore: The First Look On The Pirelli’s 2020 Calendar


Kristen Stewart/Pirelli Calendar

Paolo Roversi has recruited ten women—Emma Watson, Kristen Stewart, Yara Shahidi, Mia Goth, Chris Lee, Claire Foy, Mia Goth, Indya Moore, and Rosalía Vila Tobella—to interpret the role of Shakespeare’s Juliet for the Pirelli 2020 calendar. Shot in Paris and Verona over a week in May, the calendar sees them act, pose, sing; each through their own emotion, art form, personality, character, and interpretation of the role. Although the final pictures are yet to be revealed, go behind-the-scenes and see the first images here. Continue reading »

“Mumbai Stories”: Photographer Tarun Khiwal Perfectly Captures Traditional Indian Bridal Fashion With Modern Aesthetic

Tarun Khiwal is among India’s leading fashion photographers and a true maverick. Recognized and featured internationally, his experimental style and finesse transformed fashion photography in India, and gave it a global edge while also ushering in a new era of exploration. His journey with the art form began 25 years ago, and without any formal training, his undying passion and commitment have led him to become one of the world’s leading photographers. Continue reading »

“Portraits Of Bedlam”: Haunting Photos Of Patients Treated At Britain’s Most Notorious Psychiatric Hospital In The 19th Century

Haunting photographs show people who attended the infamous Bethlem Royal Hospital where patients were ‘treated’ by being spun round in chairs in front of paying punters. Most of the patients at the London asylum, better known as Bedlam, were diagnosed with acute mania and some arrived after killing people. Continue reading »

This Artist Arranges Fruits And Vegetables Into Colorful Patterns

Artist Adam Hillman, who previously arranged candy and other items into color-ordered, visually pleasing geometric shapes, has created a new color-ordered series that features fruits and vegetables as his medium. Hillman has arranged this brightly-hued produce into complex patterns that reflect remarkable shade, texture and dimension. Continue reading »

Photographer Captured Grueling Lifestyle Shoot On An Active Volcano In Ethiopia

Photographer Joey L. is known for pushing himself to capture stunning imagery. From his documentary work on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS, to A-list celebrity and commercial work, he never shies away from a physical or creative challenge. His most recent commercial shoot was both. Continue reading »

Photographer Added Teeth And Smiles On Professional Baby Photos And It’s… Creepy


Coffee Creek Studio/Facebook

Amy Haehl, a professional photographer specializes in gorgeous photos of weddings, maternity and newborns. Like many people recently, Amy discovered FaceApp and decided to have a little fun with it. However, instead of using it on her own selfie she decided to try the smile filter on some of her baby portraits – with the parents’ permission of course… so she created a gallery “If Babies Had Teeth” and the images range from absolutely hilarious to downright creepy. Continue reading »

“Selfie”: Photographer Flora Borsi Photoshops Herself Among A Famous Historical Figures

Acording to Flora Borsi (previously): “After the first official picture of a black hole was released last week, I decided to look into the Theory of relativity and I’ve been wondering how cool it was, if I could travel faster than the speed of light, ergo I could travel back in time. While I’ve been making a “selfie” with Albert Einstein (photoshopping myself into a picture of him) I decided to celebrate this amazing discovery with a series of pictures, where I travel back in time. Continue reading »

Life Of The 1850s: Amazing Photos That Show How The World Looked Like Over 160 Years Ago

Drinking and cards, circa late 1850s

Over 160 years ago, the world was in a state of transition. The Industrial Revolution had laid the groundwork for an upcoming rapid modernization; steamships and telegraph lines were making the world a smaller place; the United States was struggling with the issue of slavery and trying to avoid a civil war; and a relatively new invention was becoming an indispensable tool for artists, documentarians, and journalists: the camera. Continue reading »

Surreal & Wild Creatures Emerge From Thrown Sand In Photographs By Claire Droppert

Dolphin

Netherlands-based photographer Claire Droppert (previously) has created a new series of images that depict the silhouettes of animals appearing in clumps of thrown Holland beach sand. Dolphins, snakes, lizards, and other animals in the Sand Creatures II collection defy gravity and float through the air in Droppert’s photographs. The “Gravity Project” highlights natural elements set in nature but unencumbered by the force that keeps them grounded. Continue reading »

Winners Of The iPhone Photography Awards 2019


Gabriella Cigliano, ‘Big Sister’

Creatives of our generation use the smartphone as a real tool of creation in many fields : photography, video, graphic design, music… The Iphone by Apple is particularly appreciated for its image quality and its creative applications. Continue reading »