In 1970, Alberta vocational schools busied itself with training Canadian workers.To promote education and its schools, the Alberta Public Affairs Bureau took these pictures. Continue reading »
The Festival of Ethical Photography, a celebration of ethically committed documentary practice, takes place annually in Lodi in northern Italy, this year from 24 September to 23 October. Work by more than 80 photographers is displayed.
Winner, master award
Edineilson Oliveira prays at the beach. Fittipaldi’sEustasy series documents the rising waters and the disastrous interventions that have made Atafona, north-east of Rio De Janeiro in Brazil, the most significant case of coastal erosion in the world. Photograph: Felipe Fittipaldi Continue reading »
He may only be a one-term president, but thanks to this Kid Trump calendar you’ll be able to enjoy our Commander-in-Cheeto’s antics all throughout 2023 as well. Each month comes with a brilliantly hilarious and masterfully doctored image of Trump as a little kid. You can order this calendar on Etsy for yourself or as a gift to a Trump supporter – it would royally piss him off. Continue reading »
These photos were taken in 1950 by Life Magazine photographer Ed Clark who got a call from a friend at 20th Century Fox about a “hot tomato” the studio had just signed. Continue reading »
They say you’re gonna regret it, you’ll get bored with it, it will look bad when you age, and so and so on. Although we know it’s not true, the prejudice against tattoos still exists, but it usually comes from people whose skin is a blank page. Continue reading »
Florida is a state located in the Southeastern region of the United States. It is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Alabama, to the north by Georgia, to the east by the Bahamas and Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida and Cuba; it is the only state that borders both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading »
It is no secret that today neural networks are increasingly influencing contemporary art and are becoming an indispensable tool for artists to create references. Will generated art replace real artworks? Who knows. Continue reading »
Popular Mechanics (sometimes PM or PopMech) is a magazine of popular science and technology, featuring automotive, home, outdoor, electronics, science, do-it-yourself, and technology topics. Military topics, aviation and transportation of all types, space, tools and gadgets are commonly featured. Continue reading »
We all love this font! Comic Sans is a sans-serif script typeface designed by Vincent Connare and released in 1994 by Microsoft Corporation. It is a non-connecting script inspired by comic book lettering, intended for use in cartoon speech bubbles, as well as in other casual environments, like informal documents and children’s materials. Continue reading »
It’s like every day is “4/20” in this celebration of cats who’ve gotten into the good stuff. Based on photographer Andrew Marttila’s hilarious book and Instagram account, Cats on Catnip features a year of kitties living high and loving it. Continue reading »
Using memento mori to sell medical treatments designed to hold off death was the idea of the Antikamnia Chemical Company, which featured skeletons employed in various professions in adverts for its drugs. Continue reading »
Russian illustrator and artist Andrew Ferez creates surreal and fantasy storytelling art. Andrew creates imaginative and stunning dream like works are full of symbolism and strange dark narratives. Figures blend with architecture, dragons smoke pipes and giant cathedral typewriters smolder in the distance, we can’t get enough of these fantasy creations. Continue reading »
Impressive wildlife creations by Dimitri Sirenko, a Ukrainian artist currently based in Canada. Continue reading »
This ridiculous picture can’t help but make you laugh. In 1663, the partial fossilised skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros was discovered in Germany… which ultimately led to the creature you see below. This is the “Magdeburg Unicorn”, the worst fossil reconstruction in human history.
Prussian scientist Otto von Geuricke is the man behind this ridiculous display of bones. In 1663, he found some bone remains of a woolly rhinoceros, a now-extinct species that once roamed over much of northern Eurasia, until the end of the last Ice Age. Continue reading »
Photographer Chang Ki Chung captures stunning still life food photography. Chang Ki amazingly balance of his visual exploration in the figurative and literal sense. Continue reading »
In 2022, researchers from around the world entered the BMC Ecology and Evolution photography competition. The contest produced a spectacular collection of photographs that capture the wonder of the natural world and the growing need to protect it as the human impact on the planet intensifies. This editorial celebrates the winning images selected by the Editor of BMC Ecology and Evolution and senior members of the journal’s editorial board.
The story of a conquest. The fruiting body of a parasitic fungus erupts from the body of its victim. Attribution: Roberto García-Roa Continue reading »
The awards have been celebrating the creativity of iPhone users since 2007. We take a look at a selection of the winners of the 15th annual competition.
Photographer of the year second place. Girl with the Violin
Location: Colorado, US. Shot on iPhone 13 Pro. United States. Photograph: Kelly Dallas/courtesy of the artist and IPPAWARDS Continue reading »
Here are the winners, jurors’ picks and finalists of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2022. There are 39 photographers from 18 countries got selected from all around the world. Continue reading »
Budgett’s frog looks so weird that it has acquired a number of popular nicknames, including hippo frog and Freddy Krueger frog. They have a large head that makes up to 1/3 of the body, with notably extremely large mouth, and short, stubby limbs. Continue reading »
Jack Delano (born Jacob Ovcharov; 1914–1997) was a Ukrainian immigrant who became an accomplished photographer for the Works Progress Administration, United Fund, and most notably, the Farm Security Administration (FSA). He wore many hats as he also was a composer known for his use of Puerto Rican folk material, started a television production company, and was a cartoonist, poet, moviemaker, professor, and architectural designer. Continue reading »