Spectacular Vintage Photographs Of America’s Western Frontier By Timothy O’Sullivan

In the 1860s and 1870s, photographer Timothy O’Sullivan (1840 – 1882) was part of a government-run team of artists, soldiers, scientists, and photographers tasked with documenting America’s frontier in the West. His photographs of the landscape and people of the West touch on the sublime. The wilderness has rarely looked as spectacular.

Here: Colorado River in the Black Canyon, Mojave County, Arizona – 1871 Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates Everyday Life To Compare Chinese And Western Culture

“Tiny Eyes” is a comic series, created by the Chinese artist Siyu, that shares slices of everyday life from a Chinese perspective. Continue reading »

The Mudmen Of The Western Highlands – The Terrifying Tribe From A Remote Part Of Papua New Guinea


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Papua New Guinea is a land of Wig-Schools, Wig-Teachers and WigMen, impenetrable rain-forests, sweet potatoes and pigs. A land of the Cus-Cus, the Cassowary and thirty-eight species of Birds of Paradise. A land without sheep, goats, cows or milk. Continue reading »

This Saudi Artist Transforms Western Celebrities Into Khaleejis

Ben Affleck

Over the past couple of years, Saudi Photoshop master Al-Harithy has been creating photoshopped images of Western celebrities dressed up as citizens of the Arab gulf. In his pictures, male celebrities wear the traditional Khaleeji loose white garment that is similar to a robe (thawb) and a headdress (ghutra). Meanwhile, females don a ‘abaya and a headscarf. Continue reading »

Western United States In The 1960s: Colorful Life In The American West 50 Years Ago Through Amazing Found Photos

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These amazing found slides captured colorful life in the American West during the 1960s. Continue reading »

The Photographer Has Travelled The Western Australian Coast Since The Early 90s, Capturing Clotheslines In All Their Glory

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The Perth-based photographer and journalist Frances Andrijich has travelled the Western Australian coast since the early 90s, capturing clotheslines in all their glory. In her images they take the roles of play equipment, Christmas trees and, in the summer, a homemaker’s dream. Andrijich admits she is hopelessly hung up on clotheslines; her latest book celebrates them under the spotlight of the Australian sun. Continue reading »

Western Australia Grain Silos

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Commissioned public work on the CBH Group grain silos in Northam, Western Australia. This project was organized and funded by FORM for PUBLIC 2015. Exterior latex enamel and spray paint on concrete. All Images via Bill Shaylor. Continue reading »