“Peace, Love, Music And Mud”: LIFE At Woodstock In 1969

The original plan was for an outdoor rock festival, “three days of peace and music” in the Catskill village of Woodstock. What the young promoters got was the third largest city in New York state, population 400,000 (give or take 100,000), location Max Yasgur’s dairy farm near the town of White Lake. Continue »

“Game of Thrones”: Two Girls Recreate Their Favourite TV And Film Scenes

Fangirl Quest are Tiia Öhman and Satu Walden, two film fans from Helsinki, Finland. Fangirl Quest travel the world to find the real filming locations of the series. A photographer & a travel expert have spent four years travelling the world visiting and photographing their favourite film and TV locations. Continue »

Montana Photographer Miles Glynn’s Shots Of Buffalo, Wild Horses, And Sweeping Canyons Look Lifted From An Old Western Film


Miles Glynn

“Driven West” features original photographic art by Miles Glynn. Miles lives in Belgrade, Montana and operates his gallery in Virginia City, Montana from May through September. Continue »

“The Genesis Of Design”: Check Out This Amazing Display Of Carpets In Caverns

ABC Carpet & Home has launched its latest campaign, “The Genesis of Design.” Featuring the eco-conscious Alchemy rug collection, renowned photographer Jason Madara digs deep and shot the rugs 500 feet below the earth’s surface. Continue »

Funny Vintage Photos That Captured At Just the Right Time And The Right Angle

Sometimes, you’re blessed by a photograph taken at the exact perfect moment at just the right angle, creating a hilarious mesh-mash of what you least expected. The results? Check out these funny vintage photos that captured at the perfect moment! Continue »

Black and White Photos Of Teenage Gangs Of New York City In 1959


Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos

In the summer of 1959, 25 year old photographer Bruce Davidson read about the teenage gangs of New York City. Connecting with a social worker to make initial contact with a gang, Davidson became a daily observer and photographer of this alienated youth culture. At the time there were an estimated thousand gang members in New York City. Continue »

Environment Activists Try To Break World Record With This Colossal 3D Body Painting Picture


Martin Aigner/APA/Reef Calendar

The 3D Body Painting picture “Underwater Landscape” with 253 volunteers in a world record attempt in Vienna, Austria. The event is being held by Reef Calendar, a project to protect the underwater environment, together with the multiple world champion for bodypainting Gabriela Hajek-Renner and her 60 people team. Continue »

“Secret Window, Secret Garden”: Dreamlike Photography By Shaina Sterrett

Shaina Sterrett is a talented young self-taught photographer and digital artist currently based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Shaina shoots a lot of fine art, portrait, urban, adventure and street photography. Continue »

Photographer Creates Spellbinding Photos Of Meals From Classic Books

Paris photographer Charles Roux describes his boyhood self as “a lonely kid that filled his life – and his voids- with literary fiction.” In this way, you could say Fictitious Feasts began in the artist’s early years, when he was curled up with a book, turning the pages and imagining the worlds inside them. Continue »

Living La Dolce Vita: Vintage Photos Show How Idyllic Italy Was In The 1980s

Amalfi, 1982

Charles Traub/Damiani

Photographer Charles Traub has been documenting the world through his all-seeing lens for the better part of fifty years, but no place has made more of an impression on him than Italy. Continue »

When Photos Looked Like Paintings: Dreamy Landscape Photographs Taken By Leonard Misonne

Belgian photographer Leonard Misonne (1870-1943) trained as an engineer before discovering photography. Raised in Gilly, Belgium, the photographer traveled throughout his homeland and beyond to capture the landscape and people of Europe in the Pictorialist style. Continue »

Chinese Artist Creates Creepy Celebrity Portraits Made From Other People’s Faces

Is an image we see what we believe it is? Is it composed of the elements that we think we see, with techniques we think they are made with?

In his work, Zhang Wei conducts photographic surgery on celebrity portraits. Like a sculptor, he assembles and models their faces, which become contemporary Frankensteins. By recreating portraits of familiar people and faces, he asks questions about idolatry in terms of aesthetics, and offers viewers illusory familiarity. Continue »

Ohio Youth Of The 1970s – Lovely Photos Of Long-Haired Teenage Girls In Dayton From 1974-75

Does long hairstyle make you more gracefully? These glamorous photos of teenage girls in the middle of 1970s from Tony Alter that may give you the answer. Continue »

The Bride Was Busy During The Pre-Wedding Shoot, So They Had the Groomsman Fill In For Her

When groom Doshinski and his bride were at a pre-wedding venue viewing, the bride wasn’t able to do the pre-wedding photoshoot… Luckily, the groomsman was there to fill in. Continue »

David Bowie Unseen: A Hidden 1967 Photoshoot

“He was very polite,” says Gerald Fearnley, who took these photographs of 20-year-old David Bowie in 1967. “I don’t remember how he ended up in my studio, but I was probably the only person he knew with a camera and a studio.”

Gerald Fearnley’s photoshoot with David Bowie remained unpublished until now. Although one of Fearnley’s photos was used on the cover of Bowie’s debut album. It failed to chart. Continue »