Taking A Walk And Taking Pictures In 1980s New York – Robert Herman’s Vibrant Kodachrome Street Photography Of NYC
Robert Herman’s Kodachromes of 1980s New York City form part of his series of street photography taken from 1978 to 2005. A film student at NYU, Herman gained creative fuel and purpose through the camera and walking. Continue reading »
There’s a street vendor in Vietnam that appears to be above his competition. Mainly because the merchant looks so appealing, he would probably persuade you even into buying sand in a desert. Continue reading »
Photographer Romain Thiery has travelled the globe taking haunting pictures of the dust-covered instruments in dozens of dilapidated buildings. Continue reading »
What if I told you that this post is about three best friends, but not ordinary ones? Meet Watson and Kiko – two golden retriever boys, and Harry – one adorably silly cat who can’t imagine his life without his best dog buddies. Continue reading »
Will you stay in our lovers’ story?” David Bowie asks in a song addressed to his newborn son Zowie. “If you stay you won’t be sorry, ’cause we believe in you.”
Kooks, from the 1971 album Hunky Dory, looks ahead to parenthood, alongside his then wife Angie, with optimism. It offers advice to a child growing up in unconventional circumstances. Continue reading »
Cambodian artist Visoth Kakvei masterfully brings together symbolism and style, and no sketchbook has enough pages for his creativity.
The 27-year-old graphic designer usually draws his works freehand and the pieces take 3-6 hours to finish, but sometimes Kakvei feels it’s not enough. So, to make his incredibly intricate maze-like illustrations even more stunning, the artist digitally enhances them, making the doodles appear as if they’re popping out from the pages. 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 »
Lennart Nilsson is a Swedish photographer and scientist. Born in 1922 he is one of Swedens first photojournalists and has become famous for groundbreaking macro medical photos of subjects once considered unphotographable. Continue reading »
You’ve probably heard of cosplay, where fans of comics, TV shows, and movies dress up like their favorite characters. Some of the costumes are incredibly detailed and impressive. But have you ever heard of cosplay for cats? Thanks to two cooperative cats and a creative costume designer, these awesome photos are beginning to take over the internet. Nathan Smith, a plumbing-technician by day, costume designer by night, lives in Washington state with his two cats, Nak and Freyu. Smith took Nak to a Renaissance fair (in costume, of course), about five years ago, and ever since he’s been creating costumes just for his cats. Continue reading »
The BMW i8 is a far cry from what most driving schools use to teach their students. But Bill Plant London isn’t most schools, and they’re letting their students get behind the wheel of a BMW i8 for £198 ($260) a lesson. Continue reading »
This cool idea by ECE Architecture produced remarkable results in Worthing, UK, when its creators took it to the shore to beautify the space and bring fresh fun for the beach visitors. Thanks to its reflective surface the mirrored beach hut is an ideal space for taking selfies against the background encompassing views of the sea and the surrounding mountains. Continue reading »
San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon traveled all over the planet shooting some of the world’s oldest living trees. She dedicated 14 years of her life to this quest, and the resulting photographic collection, a series of 60 duotone prints, were made into a book titled “Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time.” Continue reading »
1. Raise your chin, straighten your shoulders — and smile!
Thousands of people love posing for holiday photographs on the beach every year. But often, not everyone is happy with how they turn out. Here are seven simple rules to help you get the most professional-looking photographs you’ve ever taken. Continue reading »
A subculture of men and women typically in their 20’s and 30’s that value independent thinking, counter-culture, progressive politics, an appreciation of art and indie-rock, creativity, intelligence, and witty banter Continue reading »
Looking to beef up your Tindr profile? Just take a tip from these guys and head to IKEA. It has has everything you need. Just choose a few different settings, snap some pictures, and viola! You’ll look like a successful, well read, apartment-owning individual in no time. And before you know it, your Tindr account will be blowing up. Continue reading »
Incredible images capture the moment a mother hippo wrestles with a crocodile at Lake Panic in Kruger National Park, South Africa. (Photo by Ken Haley / Greatstock / Barcroft) Continue reading »
“After taking LSD. I lighting up a candle in the middle of the wood and during the 30 secondes of exposure, I make a meditation about the holism of nature surrounding me. Feeling the crystal vibration irradiating from the center of the Gaia mother earth. So in this picture i try to show you the magic, sacred metaphysical quality of the nature and new age bullshiting you”. – Benoit Paillé. Continue reading »
14,345 Chinese participants attempt to set a new Guinness World Record as they gather for a bath at a hot spring in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality at Ocrober, 30. The former world record was 10,121 people having a hot spring bath at the same time in China’s Hubei province. (STR/AFP/Getty Images) Click image to zoom.
A man cooled off by a fountain in Seville on Monday, June 27. Temperatures were high across Spain and France. (Cristina Quicler/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images). Click to zoom.