Send-Ups Of Pop Culture And Capitalism Hidden In Retail Stores By Obvious Plant

Pleated Jeans, an internet humor mainstay by Jeff Wysaski, recently delved into the world of real life trolling with his new alter ego, Obvious Plant. And the results are hilariously ingenius! Continue reading »

Paolo Di Paolo Captured Spectacular Photos Of Italy In The 1950s And 60s

Viareggio in 1959.

The “Paolo Di Paolo: Lost World” exhibition presents more than 250 largely unseen images from the photographer’s archive. Di Paolo chronicled life in his country as an economic boom followed the destruction of the second world war. Although those were the years of la dolce vita he was an anti-paparazzo – he shunned the salacious and respected his subjects. The exhibition is at MAXXI, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts in Rome until 30 June. Continue reading »

Luisa Azevedo And Her Fairy Animal Photo Manipulations

Luisa Azevedo is a portuguese young woman artist who was born in 1998. She is currently living in Lisbon.

Luisa always liked arts and crafts to create her own imaginary world. She got interested in photography, design and digital art when she grew up. Actually, she is studying at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon with a specialisation in Multimedia Art. Continue reading »

The Craft Of Ladies’ Hairdressing: Cool Pics That Show Unique Hairdos Of The ’50s Ladies

A selection of photographs from the section ‘Competition Hairdressing’ of the book The Craft of Ladies’ Hairdressing (1959) by S.G. Flitman. Continue reading »

Poetic Black And White Photography Series By Theo Peekstok

Theo Peekstok is a talented photographer based in Rotterdam. It is also within this city that some of his photographs are taken. His series Pure, is composed of black and white, minimalist photographs that stimulate the imagination of the viewers. Continue reading »

Breathtaking Ballet Photography By Nisian Hughes

Gorgeous portraits of ballet dancers by Nisian Hughes, a talented photographer, retoucher, and filmmaker currently based in New York. Nisian focuses mainly on portraiture, fashion, and ballet photography. Continue reading »

MIT Pranksters Cover Great Dome With Captain America Shield

Some students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology turned the Great Dome on campus into Captain America’s shield over the weekend. They managed to drape a dome-sized shield symbol over the structure; although how they did it remains unknown. Continue reading »

Creative And Colorful Minimalist Photography By Roynaldi Saputra

Stunning minimalist shots by Roynaldi Saputra, a gifted self-taught photographer, and retoucher from Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Roynaldi specializes in minimal photography. He explores Indonesia to capture magnificent minimalist urban landscapes. Continue reading »

“The Lonely Astronaut”: Whimsical And Surreal Photography Series By Karen Jerzyk

If you didn’t hear yet for brilliant Karen Jerzyk, a professional photographer based out of the Boston area, then let us introduce her through this playful ongoing series and unique project which explores themes of loneliness and isolation – ‘The Lonely Astronaut.’ Continue reading »

“Beauty Warriors”: Fine Art Portrait Photography By Evija Laiviņa And Her Powerful Message For Our Society

Facial Tattoo Measurement Tool

The series “Beauty Warriors” is collection of photographs featuring strange and unusual-looking beauty products. All the products were bought on Ebay, and most items were made in China. These products promise instant cures to almost all beauty problems; they fight “problem zones” and promise to cure problems without surgical intervention. Each item visually appeals to me and I tried to show the relationship between beauty product and model. Continue reading »

Meet Natasha Yudina – The Young Knitting Artist From Russia Who Makes Knitted Items Like A Pro Babushka

Russia – another artist is here for to learn about, it is Natasha Yudina which is a young talented artists from cold white Siberia, the city of Tomsk in Russia. She choose fur and knitting as her form of artistic expression, and she is delivering if you know what we mean. Ever wanted a knitted Putin blanked for a comfy sleep? Or a fuzzy Lenin head? no problem, she’ll make it! Continue reading »

Creative Roadside Sign Hacks

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If you passed one of these signs there is no doubt you would have to take a double look. Someone decided to put a little twist on these roadside signs and make them a little funny. It should add a little excitement to the daily commute, or piss you off more as you sit in traffic. Check out the funny roadside sign hacks below. Continue reading »

“Natural Beauty” Photo Series Challenges Restricting Female Body Hair Standards

London-based photographer, filmmaker, and artist Ben Hopper has caused quite a stir with his project, titled “Natural Beauty”. Challenging female beauty standards, the photo series aims to find out why women with body hair are labeled as unattractive. What’s your opinion on this issue? Leave a comment below! Continue reading »

A Photographer Combines Portraits Of Family Members To Prove How Amazing Our Genes Are

Take a closer look at your own face and you will see a mirror that reflects past, present, and future at the same time. That’s how our genes work — they can make us look exactly like our parents, grandparents, and even cousins. To prove this point, Ulric Collette, a self-taught photographer from Quebec, Canada, created a series of “genetic portraits” that feature the faces of family members spliced together. Continue reading »

“Urban Deer Of Nara”: A Photo Series By Yoko Ishii Documents The Free-Ranging Urban Deers In Japan

This is completely true, even though it looks like a staged or Photoshopped scenes – it’s not! Amazingly, in Nara, Japan, Sika deer live freely among humans in an urban populated city. They’re sacred and protected by law and free to roam within the man-made architecture, cars, and people. Continue reading »