A South African couple, who left their set daily routine and jumped on the next available flight, have dedicated themselves to finding and photographing the most unique places in the world. Ex-agency creatives Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger met on a blind date in 2010, inspired by the ‘Yes Man’ theory. Continue reading »
First, we got to know Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy. Then we met Baby Groot. By the time Avengers: Infinity War came along, he’d grown into a moody teenager, completely attached to his handheld device, or phone, as we still call them. LEGO sculptor Ochre Jelly (Iain Heath) has recreated that version of Groot out of LEGO pieces- and he’s posable, which means he can check messages, play games, and listen to music wherever he happens to be. Ochre Jelly used his own phone-obsessed kids as inspiration for the series. Continue reading »
Lindsay Richards decided she wanted a cat. Lain Roby agreed after seeing cats on the site Adventure Cats. So the couple adopted Fish, and took him on many outdoor adventures. A few months later, they adopted Chips, who become Fish’s little brother and constant companion. Both cats were leashed trained from an early age, and are used to riding in cars, boats, and backpacks. Continue reading »
Golden retriever ‘Aspen’ has an adventurous life that many dream about—exploring the Colorado wilderness with its owner, photographer Hunter Lawrence. Lawrence and his wife adopted the pup at six weeks old. Since then, the pooch has sojourned eight different states and likely has many more journeys to come. Continue reading »
24-year-old Guirec Soudée from Brittany, France took Monique the chicken on a boat to sail with him around the world. He took her mainly as a source of food – eggs. But Monique turned out to be a great companion for Guirec. Apart from laying 6 eggs per week, she also likes to surf, to swim and even to skateboard. Plus, she’s always there when Guirec is feeling a bit lonely. Continue reading »
Remember Waldo, the stripped sweater-wearing guy who had a knack for appearing in the oddest places in his Where’s Waldo? books? Well, the stripped hooligan is back in action! Nowadays, Wally travels the world spreading good cheer, cheesy jokes, humorous Instagram posts of his latest location. Continue reading »
Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old retiree in Fort Worth, Texas, spends his days operating what just might be the coolest train in the world. His homemade dog train takes rescued strays out for fun rides around the neighborhood and in the surrounding woods. Continue reading »
67-year-old David Bahnson realized he could modify his kayak to accommodate a pooch after seeing how easily his dog, Susie, could fit inside the baggage compartment. When Bahnson and his wife got another dog, Ginger, they knew what they had to do. Continue reading »
Tourists wearing LED-lit costumes walk on their way for a drifting tour at an eco-park in Changsha, Hunan province, August 23, 2015. Continue reading »
According to artist Kitt Santos: “I started Little Bunny Big World as just another creative outlet from my everyday working life just like my watercolour illustrations on my other blog. The character started as a pet name between me and my partner, whom I refer to as *the panda*. From there, I started using my own experiences and observations to bring the character to life, often making fun of my own shortcomings and little achievements. Just mundane stuff. I didn’t expect it to be of any value for anyone except myself but it took a life of its own and started gaining attention from different people so I decided to create a dedicated page for it.” Continue reading »
This is, without a doubt, the least precise map of Texas in the history of Texas. Though a less-than-stellar student in geography, French photographer Rémi Noël has been obsessed with the “America” of Jack Kerouac, Edward Hopper and Robert Frank since his early school years. And Texas, with its endless highways and fleabag hotels, is the perfect setting for Noël’s playfully poetic tableaux. The 34 images presented here were taken during four trips to the Lone Star State between 2004 and 2012. From Houston to Marfa by way of Dallas, Noël and a plastic Batman (his only travelling campanion) crisscrossed the State in search of relics of the “timeless America” that inspires Noël so.
An advocate of “old fashioned” photography by pure circumstance, Rémi Noël works exclusively in silver film; none of the photographs presented here have been electronically altered.
After all, you don’t mess with Texas.
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