The Earth From Space Through The Eyes Of French Astronaut Thomas Pesquet

The Earth From Space Through The Eyes Of French Astronaut Thomas Pesquet

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet has the change to take part, since the November 17th 2016, to the Proxima mission. He currently lives during 6 months in the International Space Station until May 2017. He shares his experience on the social networks make us also discovering the beauty of our little Blue Planet. Continue reading »

Sochi, The Russian Riviera Of 1988 Through The Lens Of Photographer Carl De Keyzer

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Popular among Russian and Eastern European vacationers, Sochi is a resort city on the Black Sea. Carl De Keyzer traveled there during the years just prior to the fall of the USSR and managed to capture the atmosphere of impending transition and change. Continue reading »

These Cosmic Painted Gloves Are The Only Way To Make It Through Winter

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Gloves are probably the least desirable piece of the winter wardrobe and most of the time I just feel like I a penguin when I have to wear them. I mean, have you ever seen a really cool pair of gloves? Well me neither, until I came across these weathered vintage leather gloves, hand-painted by LA-based artist Bunnie Reiss. Continue reading »

This Photographer Shows Haunting Beauty Of Ballet Through Ballerina’s Eyes

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Irina Yakovleva is a talented ballet and fashion photographer, stylist and choreography teacher, who was born in Kiev, Ukraine and currently lives and works in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Irina is graduated from Kiev State Choreographic School, and completed a professional photography course. She captures stunning portraits of ballet dancers and performances all around the world. Continue reading »

Adorable Cats And Kittens Flying Through The Air By Seth Casteel

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After publishing a handful of books that featured portraits of underwater babies, puppies and canines underwater, photographer Seth Casteel (previously) is back with “Pounce,” a project features adorable felines flying through the atmosphere. The 35-year-old pet photographer, who lives in Venicem California, spent nearly a year documenting more than 1,000 adoptable cats in action. Seth’s latest book contains 70 previously unpublished photos of kittens, all whom came from animal shelters and rescue groups in the U.S. and Canada. Continue reading »

Life In An Ad Agency Comically Shown Through Clever Use Of Stock Photos

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We’ve all seen our share of cliché stock photos. Ad-inspired merchandise store The Incumbent Agency decided to make good use of these typically mundane images by injecting a good dose of humor and transforming them into brilliantly relatable portrayals of life in an ad agency. Continue reading »

Through The Phone: An Artist Incorporates His Phone Into Our Everyday Surroundings

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Edited images with a hint of the surreal incorporate the ubiquitous smartphone to the images captured by the device in the series ‘Through the Phone’ by Asmo Turunen. Continue reading »

“I Saw A Lady Weighing Her Boob” – Strangest Things Seen Through Home Windows

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“My neighbour is completely obsessed with Justin Bieber. It’s actually a little bit odd. Apart from the posters all over the wall, I’ve even seen her sitting on her sofa with a life-size cut-out of him. Gives me the creeps!” Continue reading »

Buddhist Monk Makes Footprints In Wooden Floorboards Through 20 Years Of Prayer

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70 year-old Buddhist monk Hua Chi has been praying in the same spot at his temple in Tongren, China for over 20 years. His footprints, which are up to 1.2 inches deep in some areas, are the result of performing his prayers up to 3000 times a day. Now that he is 70, he says that he has greatly reduced his quantity of prayers to 1,000 times each day. Continue reading »

Air Surfing Through New York City By RXM Creative

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“After a perfect kiss, you get a feeling of weightlessness. You can compare the sensation to floating or flying.” That’s the spirit captured in this charming stop-motion short, which features a couple floating in the bliss of newfound love and an unlikely sight on the streets of New York City: surfboards. Creative directors Raul Mandru and Mihai Botarel, founders of RXM Creative, made the piece as an independent project. Continue reading »

Brazil Through The Lens Of David Alan Harvey

David Alan Harvey’s shots of Rio and Bahia, taken over the course of a decade, look beyond the cliches of bikini babes, crime-ridden favelas and Christ the Redeemer.

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Photo by David Alan Harvey / Magnum Photos / The Guardian

Rio de Janeiro, Ipanema beach. David Alan Harvey, founder of Burn magazine and a member of Magnum, has spent 10 years photographing the wild vitality and natural beauty of Bahia and Rio. Continue reading »

No Man’s Land: Fukushima Exclusion Zone Through The Eyes Of Daredevil Stalker

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It has been five years since reactor four went in to meltdown at the Fukushima Nuclear Power plant, triggered by a huge tsunami and earthquake that devastated Japan. The nuclear disaster led to the imposition of a 20 mile evacuation zone, similar to that seen in Chernobyl, more than 25 years earlier. Many of the towns that lay within it, have remained almost untouched since. Determined to see the evidence for himself, photographer Keow Wee Loong ignored the need for special permit and crept in to the exclusion zone overnight. Continue reading »

1920s Fashion Through The Lens Of Police Mugshots

Between 1910 and 1930, a series of 2500 ‘special photographs’ were taken by the New South Wales Police Department.

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This negative was found wrapped in a paper sleeve on which is written: ‘Group of criminals, Central 1921’. The subjects are not named, but the woman on the left is believed to be Eileen Leigh or Barry (daughter of Kate Leigh). The man on the far right in the back row may be Stephen Doyle, and the man to the left of him Kenneth McLelland (or McCrerrand). The man third from the left in that row may be the pickpocket and three-card trickster known as Frederick Mewson, and the man far left in the front row is likely the pickpocket known as Norman Smith. Continue reading »

Photographer Captures Stunning Portraits Of Her Cat Through The Seasons

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Photographer Magdalena Grześkowiak continues to photograph her beautiful pet feline ‘Kate’ through the seasons. She uploads images of ‘Kate’ basking next to the fireplace during winter, flaunting a stunning floral head wreath during spring, enjoying the outdoors through summer and frolicking in autumn leaves on Instagram account ‘cat_effect’. Continue reading »

London Drug Dealers’ Messages Through The Lens Of Conventional Marketing

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This is a selection of messages from drug dealers in London. They have adopted some classic marketing and communication techniques. Continue reading »

San Francisco’s Chinatown In The Early 1900s Through Arnold Genthe’s Lens

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Arnold Genthe (1869 – 1942) was a German-born American photographer, best known for his photographs of San Francisco’s Chinatown, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and his portraits of noted people, from politicians and socialites to literary figures and entertainment celebrities. Here are some from his photos of everyday life in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the early 1900s. Continue reading »

Star Wars Toy Photography Through The Lens Of A U.S. Marine

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They are faceless men wielding guns, ready to carry out their commander’s orders. Whether in this galaxy or another, the Clone troopers storm into combat, the chaos of battle exploding down, their black and white armor standing out amongst the galactic battle raging around them. Continue reading »

Through Darkness Into Light: The Concept Art Of Ivan Khomenko

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Ivan Khomenko is a freelance concept artist and digital illustrator based in Kostroma, Russia. He currently works as a concept artist at One Pixel Brush. We have an amazing collection of science fiction and fantasy themed works by the artist below from both commercial and personal projects. Ivan Khomenko’s illustrations and paintings have an incredible cinematic quality. Continue reading »

An Epic Poem, Assembled From Fragments Of Everyday Life In Soviet Lithuania Through The Lens Of Photograher Antanas Sutkus

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Rebelling against political propaganda, acclaimed photographer Antanas Sutkus embarked on a life-long journey to capture the everyday scenes around him. Antanas Sutkus, born in 1939, studied journalism at Vilnius University in the late 1950s before becoming disillusioned by the confines of the Soviet-controlled press. He began taking photographs instead, and soon co-founded the Lithuanian Association of Art Photographers. Continue reading »

This Tube-Like Netted Structure Lets You Climb Through The Trees

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Numen / For Use, a Croatian-Austrian design collective, were invited by local curatorial team BAU, to participate in the second edition of “Art & Nature”, a spring festival in South Tyrol, Italy. The result of that invitation was this large scale site-specific art project, named Tube Merano. Continue reading »

This Mural Changes Shape As You Walk Through It

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Italian urban artists Truly Design, were commissioned to paint a mural inside the headquarters of the VF Corporation in Switzerland. The mural, named SPACE ODDITY, is a large circular anamorphic painting, that appears to change shape and perspective as you walk through it, and look at it from different angles. Continue reading »

After Going Through A Rough Year With Cancer, This Woman Takes Back Her Life By Doing This

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If anyone needed a vacation, it was Megan Sullivan. After falling off a rock while climbing in Yosemite, she then was involved in a terrible car crash. Then, as if that wasn’t enough, she was diagnosed with skin cancer. Continue reading »

New York City In 1980s Through Photographs By Janet Delany

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West coast photographer Janet Delaney made a half a dozen trips to New York City between 1984 and 1987 and after decades in storage, she’s dusted off these forgotten pics of a time gone by. Continue reading »

Capturing The Beauty Of The First Day Of Motherhood Through Photo

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Whether you’ve experienced becoming a new mother, or even witnessed it happening, everybody knows that it’s a life-changing, moving, and intense experience (to different degrees, of course). In order to capture this phenomenon, photographer Jenny Lewis has spent the past 5 years documenting images of new mothers with their 1-day-old babies. Continue reading »

“Unminding Sky”: Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings Looking Through Rainy Windshields

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“Revisited”. (Painting by Gregory Thielker)

When he’s driving, New York-based painter Gregory Thielker takes in the views that change from moment to moment: the road, the sky, other cars. “Inside the car it’s easy to forget the outside temperature, humidity, the noise of the road”, he says. “But something happens when rain interrupts the view: the lens through which we are seeing is revealed. Water both obscures and highlights the landscape”. Gregory Thielker’s exhibition “Between here and now” will be at Castor Gallery in lower Manhattan from early March 2016. Continue reading »