30-year-old Rafael Del Col lost his wife Tatiana in a car accident in 2013. A woman left a loving husband and daughter Raisa. Rafael is a single father and in the meantime he describes it all on his special blog “Diary of Raisinha”. Between the posts the man also adds pictures on which he recreates the photo shoot he had with his wife a year before the wedding. Here are those photos. Continue reading »
Jamie Lee Curtis has recreated her mother’s famous shower scene from Psycho. The 56-year-old actress on Tuesday shared a black and white photo of herself screaming in the shower while holding up a snap of her mother Janet Leigh being attacked in the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film. Continue reading »
Craftsman Tez Gelmir built his daughter an incredibly detailed rocking horse that’s fit for an intergalactic princess. “I have built my son lots of projects, but with my daughter’s first birthday coming up I felt it was her turn to get some project love and what better way than with her own Speeder Bike?!” Gelmir wrote on Instructables. This unique venture was inspired by the 74-Z Speeder Bike that’s known for its appearance in the 1983 movie ‘Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi’. Continue reading »
Image credits: Anita-Alistair Campbell
It’s heartbreaking for a parent when their children don’t fit in. New Zealand native and hardcore dad Alistair Campbell decided to take the extra step to help his daughter, Charlotte, feel better about her cochlear implants by getting one tattooed on his head. The six-year-old girl suffers from extreme hearing loss, and received her first implant when she was four years old. Continue reading »
Though small, the cataract slightly clouds Layla’s vision. In order to correct it as she grows, she needs to wear an eyepatch for two hours every day. If she continues to wear her patch, she’ll likely avoid getting a “lazy eye” when she’s older. But a plain eyepatch is kind of boring. That’s exactly why her awesome dad, a Redditor named “Gfgrubb,” decided to stylize each of them. The results? Pure awesomeness. Although Layla has to wear an eyepatch, she can learn to embrace it for the time being, thanks to her dad’s creativity. Continue reading »
In 2012, photographer Kelly Lewis and her husband adopted younger Alice Lewis into their household. Between Alice’s dream of turning into a mannequin/actress, Kelly’s ardour for images, and all the household’s love of cosplay, the trio shortly discovered the mutual floor that may forge a deep bond between Alice and her adoptive mother and father.
Alice Lewis in a Mother/Daughter Portrait with Kelly Lewis (Photo by Kelly Is Nice Photography) Continue reading »