This master of mockery is Italian college student Emanuele Ferrari. It’s fun seeing how he transforms everyday items like toilet paper and egg cartons into outfits that actually resemble expensive fashion. Continue reading »
Mario Hvala, a barber from Novi Sad, Serbia, recently made international headlines for trimming a detailed portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the back of a client’s head, but that was only his most recent achievement. He has been creating “hair tattoos” for the last eight years, and there’s nothing he can’t trim on the scalps of his customers. Continue reading »
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 reading »
Just because you’re not an A-list celebrity doesn’t mean you can’t look like one.
Former “Buffy the Vampire” star, Tom Lenk has taken to Instagram to prove just that… kind of. The 39-year-old actor and comedian, who played bad boy Andrew Wells in the teen drama, in the 10-plus years since wrapping “Buffy” has developed a new hobby, namely a photo series he’s titled “Lenk Lewks For Less.” Tom shares his spot-on-creations almost daily and keeps on proving that anyone can rock red carpet style. Continue reading »
Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, Liza Minnelli, Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer, Catherine Deneuve, and more… Some say that there was not a single star in the latter half of the 20th century who wasn’t photographed by Francesco Scavullo. For more than six decades, the legendary fashion and celebrity photographer reigned as one of America’s greatest image-makers. Continue reading »
Vanity Fair teamed up with photographer Mark Seliger to capture the elegant and refined style of the star-studded event’s attendees. The coveted Vanity Fair Oscar Party welcomed a long list of guests, ranging from TV/film actors and directors to designers and musicians—including Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, Kerry Washington, Katy Perry, Jon Hamm, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Ford, and many more. Continue reading »
After a family found this wild deer injured, they nursed it back to health and saved it from certain death. Continue reading »
Qizai is the world’s only brown panda, and he was abandoned by his mother at only two months old. The neglected cub was taken to a nature reserve in the Qingling Mountains in China, and people are quickly falling in love with the bear. Continue reading »
What an interesting week it’s been for Melbourne street art. Soon after the snapchat fight between Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Taylor Swift, went viral, Melbourne artist LUSH whipped up the controversial memorial piece to Swift in Hosier lane, which was then updated with a character supposed to represent Harambe, and then yet again with Kanye’s face mysteriously appearing. Continue reading »
Marc Hom is a Danish fashion photographer whose work consists of celebrity, portrait, fashion, and advertising photography. He was born in 1967 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Marc Hom has shot advertising campaigns for fashion brands such as Gucci, Max Mara, and Genny. His work has appeared in various publications such as W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, British Vogue, Men’s Vogue and many others. Continue reading »