Portrait Series Of Immigrants Restages And Signifies The Importance Of African Settlers In Europe Throughout History And Present Day

According to the photographer Dagmar van Weeghel: “The series was inspired by the experiences of my Zimbabwean husband who moved to Europe nine years ago. As well as a visit to Andalusia- Southern Spain with it’s Moorish history. Continue reading »

A Poetic Photo Series On Flowers And Love – A Reason For Joy Every Day A Colorful Flower Outgrown The Sun

What a beautiful project. Brazil photographer Vitor Sá and model Carolina Schaffer have created an ongoing series about flowers. They have respected nature and only used flowers that have already fallen from the tree. Continue reading »

Naughty NSFW Photo Series Gives A Whole New Meaning To Foodporn

How do you like your eggs done: sunny-side-up or bosom-side up? Would you like a side of meat with that? Continue reading »

“The Uncomfortable”: Designer Create A Series Of Inconvenient Household Items

“The Uncomfortable” is a series of impractical household objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani. Continue reading »

“Looking For Mr.Goodsex”: A Series Of Paintings Of Un-Cropped Stills Taken From Vintage Adult Movies

A series of paintings by the artist Alexandra Rubinstein (previously featured here) of un-cropped stills taken from vintage porn films made during the Golden Age of Porn that was launched with “Deep Throat”. Continue reading »

The Wild Side Series: The World’s National Animals And Their Tracks

Have you ever wanted to take a walk on the wild side to discover the world’s most iconic national animals? Learn how to identify the footprints of these often-elusive creatures and you’ll be on their trail in no time.

Komodo Dragon (Indonesia)

The world’s largest living lizards are found on the tropical islands of central Indonesia. They can grow to 10ft long and until 1912, the western world thought they were mythological, so prehistoric was their appearance. This is one real life dragon that should be approached with caution. Continue reading »

Fox Tales: Charming Portrait Series By Darja Bilyk

Darja Bilyk is a gifted freelance photographer and artist from Moscow who currently lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland. Darja focuses on portraiture, she shoots incredible fairytales, fine art and beauty portrait photography. Continue reading »

A Dinner Through The Eyes Of A Photographer & Chef – A Series Of Portraits Taking You Back To The Origin Of A Menu

In a series of portraits, Robbie Postma (chef) and Robert Harrison (photographer) take the viewer back to the origin of a menu. Through visual imagination and culinary flair, they evoke every step of a fine dining experience, but rather than focusing of the final, finessed dishes, MENU makes the raw, unprocessed ingredients the heroes. Served on the closest place you can get to a chef’s mind: on his face. Continue reading »

Photographer Dana Lixenberg’s 22-Year-Long Series In One Of LA’s Oldest Housing Projects


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Photographer Dana Lixenberg is the woman behind a whole stack of iconic images of your favourite rappers of yesteryear. A slightly worse-for-wear Puff Daddy laying cocooned on a bed in a fluffy towelling robe surrounded by archaic communication devices, Biggie Smalls counting 50 dollar bills in an acid-tripping jumper, a doe-eyed Tupac gazing soulfully into the camera lens: looking through Dana’s archive brings a needle and thread to all the uncredited images you’ve seen floating around the internet but never had a clue as to their origins. Continue reading »

A Meditative Photo Series Shows Tokyo’s Loneliest Moments

Yota Yoshida’s contemplative images are far from what you’d expect from the most populous metropolitan area in the world. A street photographer hailing from Tokyo, takes ideas of time and temporality to metaphysical heights in his new photographic series, ‘from somewhere, to elsewhere.’ Continue reading »

Let #GandalftheGuide Show You The Beauty Of New Zealand In This Photo Series

New Zealand has become inextricably linked to Tolkien’s story due to the fact that the film adaptations were shot there. An untold number of people have visited the country just so they could stand in the closest place we have to Middle Earth. Continue reading »

Series Of Shots Show The Abandoned Bare Steel Infrastructure Of The Bushfield Army Training Camp In UK During WWII

Gun Battery, Essex.

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The series of shots show the bare steel infrastructure of the Bushfield army training camp near Winchester which was in operation during World War Two and was used to train Royal Green Jackets recruits in the sixties. Another image shows a pillbox bunker alongside a canal in Berkshire. Other pictures show a crumbling radar tower that was in operation between 1941 and 1943 to monitor shipping near a Tilbury on Thames minefield and the abandoned Women’s Auxiliary Airforce section of RAF Stormy Down, Wales which shows a picket post and empty dark air raid shelter. The spectacular images were taken by an urban explorer who wished to remain anonymous. Continue reading »

Incredible Photo Series Shows Huge Dogs Playing With Their Tiny Toddler Pals


Photo by Andy Seliverstoff

A photographer is launching a new book featuring 100 touching images showing the loving bond between young children and their enormous dogs. The series of pictures shows breeds such as Great Danes and Newfoundlands towering over toddlers – highlighting their mutual love for each other. Children no taller than 2ft are seen high-fiving their family pets, running alongside them and even riding their beloved dogs as if they were a horse. The extraordinary collection will feature in a book called ‘Little Kids and Their Big Dogs’ – which is all down to the work of photographer Andy Seliverstoff. Continue reading »

Photographer Nei Valente Creates An Urban Photo Series Of The NYC Newsstands

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Nei Valente is a 27 year old Brazilian designer and street photographer. He is currently living in NYC and working at Brand Union. His latest series, “NYC newsstand”, tries to portray the current reality of the classic New York newsstands and the characters that live in and through them to create the debate about their future in the digital era. The series dialogues with the 1994 Moyra Davey series “Newsstands” that shows a completely different reality and aesthetic. Nei finds that the interesting thing about having a lot of portraits in the same theme is that you can compare and analyze how are they adapting to this new world and observe that while some keep the magazines and newspapers in front, others are giving priority to candies, snacks and souvenirs. Continue reading »

On His Own: Stunning Minimalist Photo Series By The Photographer Paweł Franik

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Paweł Franik is a talented young photographer, filmmaker, motion designer and image maker from Knurów, Poland. Pawel was born on February 22, 1991 and he is currently studies Film and Photography in WST. Continue reading »