Glitch In The Matrix Across Slavic Countries

Glitch In The Matrix Across Slavic Countries

It is highly possible we do live in a matrix, ever heard of a brain in a vat theory? However across Slavic countries our smartphone armed citizens have been witnessing the glitch in the matrix. When you see these pictures then you will understand that there is a chance we do live in a matrix, or at least Slavs just like to have fun. How else to explain this? Continue reading »

Selfies From The Past: Celebrating A Birmingham Community’s Selfies From 40 Years Ago

Selfies From The Past: Celebrating A Birmingham Community’s Selfies From 40 Years Ago
Derek Bishton/Brian Homer/John Reardon/Handsworth Self Portrait Project

A 1979 photography project asked passers-by to take snaps of themselves using a makeshift studio built on a street in a multicultural Birmingham suburb. A new exhibition of the Handsworth Self Portrait images showcases how people interacted with the idea of the ‘selfie’ 40 years ago. Continue reading »

“Terminal City”: Extraordinary Photos Of Vancouver 1972-1982

"Terminal City": Extraordinary Photos Of Vancouver 1972-1982
Ovaltine Cafe

From 1972 to 1982, Greg Girard photographed Vancouver, Canada, his home town. Before Expo 86, when the money moved in, Vancouver was a working-class port city of cheap hotels, greasy diners and neon. Continue reading »

New York Over 35 Years Ago – 55 Color Snapshots Show The Most Populous City In The United States In 1980

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Let’s make a trip to New York City in 1980. Continue reading »

“Tokyo Dream Distance”: Photographer Davide Sasso Captures Surreal Photos Of Tokyo In Dark Neon

"Tokyo Dream Distance": Photographer Davide Sasso Captures Surreal Photos Of Tokyo In Dark Neon

According to Davide Sasso (previously): “I’m Davide Sasso and this is my project titled ‘Tokyo Dream Distance’ where I tried to capture the surreal beauty of Tokyo at night with my camera.

Visiting Japan has been a dream of mine since I was a child and I finally managed to fulfill it recently. I’ve spent about two weeks in Tokyo, but I wish it had been more than that. I visited the main districts and took pictures there. I photographed mainly at night when all the lights come on in the city. I particularly enjoy the rainy days when the lights reflect and create wonderful colors. Continue reading »

“Elevations & Avenues”: Aesthetic New York Streetscapes By Matt Petosa

"Elevations & Avenues": Aesthetic New York Streetscapes By Matt Petosa

Amazing street scenes by Matt Petosa, a talented photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer based in New York, USA. Matt focuses on street photography and urban landscapes in exquisite detail. He explores New York to capture spectacular cinematic street photos. Continue reading »

Stunning Pictures Show What Traffic Jams Looked Like In The Past

Traffic on Regent Circus, now known as Oxford Circus, 1888
Stunning Pictures Show What Traffic Jams Looked Like In The Past

Traffic jam has always been a problem so far, and hard to have a completely solution to solve. Take to look at these pictures to see what traffic jams looked like in the past. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Captures Urban City Scenes In Stunning Melancholic Artworks

Russian Artist Captures Urban City Scenes In Stunning Melancholic Artworks

Meet Andrey Surnov, an artist with unique style, based in Moscow, Russia. Just sit back, relax and enjoy. Continue reading »

Cool-Tone Urban Scenes In Vibrant Photographs By Juller Many

Cool-Tone Urban Scenes In Vibrant Photographs By Juller Many

Juller Many’s gallery is composed of urban scenes, captured from all over the world, and presents empty and disturbing landscapes. His cool-tones pictures create a silent and mysterious atmosphere. Continue reading »

19-Year-Old Student Hides Spy Camera In His Clothing To Take Secret Street Photos In The 1890s

19-Year-Old Student Hides Spy Camera In His Clothing To Take Secret Street Photos In The 1890s

Carl Størmer (1872-1957) enjoyed a hobby that was very, very unusual at the time. He walked around Oslo, Norway in the 1890s with his spy camera and secretly took everyday pictures of people. The subjects in Størmer’s pictures appear in their natural state. It extremely differs from the grave and strict posing trends that dominated in photography during those years. Continue reading »

Cyberpunk And Futuristic Street Photography By Yuto Yamada

Cyberpunk And Futuristic Street Photography By Yuto Yamada

Stunning street photos by Yuto Yamada, a talented photographer, and graphic designer who was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan and currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Yuto focuses mainly on street and urban photography. He shoots a lot of cityscapes, abandoned structures, landscapes, and portraits. Continue reading »

Stunning Color Photos Of Swinging London In The 60s

Stunning Color Photos Of Swinging London In The 60s

The 1960s were when London emerged as the epicentre of fashion, art and music. It was, as Philip Larkin pointed out, when sex was invented. Continue reading »

“Geometrical Asia”: Minimalist Street Photography Series By Víctor Morante

"Geometrical Asia": Minimalist Street Photography Series By Víctor Morante

All these photos were taken in India, Thailand, and Vietnam. I’m always seeking for that particular spot to make the photos look quiet, tidy and colorful, quite the contrary with the reality, those countries, in particular, are very busy. The point also of this series is that isn’t that easy to know where the photos were made, they could be photographed anywhere in the world. Continue reading »

The Superb Black And White Abstract Beauty And Street Photo Artworks By Olivier Mayhall

The Superb Black And White Abstract Beauty And Street Photo Artworks By Olivier Mayhall

Photographer Olivier Mayhall works and lives in London. Whether he captures portraits or street photos, he always manages to capture the intensity of his subjects. A beautiful discovery. Continue reading »

Extraordinary Photos Of The Joy And Freedom Of Childhood At A Time When It Was Normal To Play Out In The Street

Extraordinary Photos Of  The Joy And Freedom Of Childhood At A Time When It Was Normal To Play Out In The Street

Tish Murtha believed that photography could change lives for the better, but sadly died of a brain aneurysm in 2013 before her dream of a book could be realised. In 2017 her daughter Ella ran a Kickstarter campaign in collaboration with Bluecoat Press to publish Tish Murtha’s acclaimed photographic essay Youth Unemployment. The book was an amazing success, selling out as limited edition hardback within three months. Continue reading »

Humans Of New York: Photos Of Random Strangers In NYC By Colin Ridgway

Humans Of New York: Photos Of Random Strangers In NYC By Colin Ridgway

Cinematic street snaps by Colin Ridgway, a talented self-taught photographer, and videographer who was born and raised on Long Island and currently residing in Brooklyn NY. Colin focuses mainly on street portraits and urban photography. He explores the streets of New York to capture amazing photos of strangers. Continue reading »

Moody Street Photos Of London After Dark By Luke Holbrook

Moody Street Photos Of London After Dark By Luke Holbrook

Stunning street shots at night by Luke Holbrook, a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer currently based in London, England. Luke focuses on urban and street photography. He is a master of night photography. Holbrook captures fantastic long-exposure photos, complete with light trails from moving cars. He uses Sony a7III camera. Continue reading »

Impressive Photos That Capture Street Scenes Of Vancouver In The Late 1970s

Impressive Photos That Capture Street Scenes Of Vancouver In The Late 1970s

These impressive photographs were taken by Canadian photographer POP SNAP that shows street scenes of Vancouver from 1977 to 1979. Take a look to see how it has changed for over 40 years. Continue reading »

Quirky And Extraordinary Moments Of Everyday Life In Japan By Shin Noguchi

Quirky And Extraordinary Moments Of Everyday Life In Japan By Shin Noguchi

There is something extraordinary magical about Japan and its culture and Japanese photographer Shin Noguchi proves that through his photographs of everyday life in Japan. He catches the peculiar, surreal and strangely beautiful shapes and situations that occur when people don’t think anyone is watching. Continue reading »

Beautiful Wooden Bookshelf Inserts By Japanese Artist Monde

Beautiful Wooden Bookshelf Inserts By Japanese Artist Monde

Japanese artist Monde has created a beautiful series of woodworks complete with a light switch! The Tokyo-based artist built and designed intricate, wooden bookshelf inserts that are like miniature dioramas of narrow alleyways you might find in the streets of Tokyo. Continue reading »

Google Street Images And Street View Scenes From Slavic Countries

Serbia – This little piggy went to the market
Google Street Images And Street View Scenes From Slavic Countries

We take Google street in general just for informational purposes, but people do not realize there are hilarious images that were recorded during Google car tour. Maybe you have seen some funny images already but this time we bring you a Google Street View in Slavic style. Images that are funny, bizarre or just plain ridiculous is what we have here, so maybe after this you will go on the street view to find more funny stuff in your neighborhood. Continue reading »

Vibrant Street Photography By Jimmy Chan

Vibrant Street Photography By Jimmy Chan

Stunning urban landscapes by Jimmy Chan, a talented photographer, traveler, and street explorer currently based in Singapore. Jimmy focuses mainly on street, architecture, and travel photography. He uses Canon 5D Mark III camera and DJI Mavic Pro. Continue reading »

Street Artist Try To Show How Much We Lose Because We Close Our Eyes, On Others Tragedy

Street Artist Try To Show How Much We Lose Because We Close Our Eyes, On Others Tragedy

How many people must die, How many people with a huge potential, talent, and vision must die before we start to care? Probably never! maybe because they are poor and brown. In Yemen one of the poorest countries in the world in which the Holocaust is taking place, before our eyes wide shut, for our tax money. Continue reading »

Meet Ilya Shtutsa, The Master Of The Russian Street Phoptography

Meet Ilya Shtutsa, The Master Of The Russian Street Phoptography

Ilya Shtutsa (b. 1972) is a street and documentary photographer based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Founding member of Observecollective. Winner of Urban Picnic Street photography award 2014, shortlisted in many other competitions. Worked for Russian newspapers, such as Molodoy Dalnevostochnik in Khabarovsk and Nevskoe Vremya in Saint-Petersburg. Studied photography in Saint-Petersburg school Tsekh under guidance of Sergey Maximishin. Now works on long-term documentary projects and on applying methods of prosess-oriented psychology in street photography. Continue reading »

A Street Artist “Improved” Facebook’s Billboards In London

A Street Artist “Improved” Facebook’s Billboards In London
Ilya Varlamov

Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has worked hard (and spent a lot) trying to fix its image with digital, social, but also OOH ads. In London, a street artist thought he could make them more “honest.” Continue reading »