Artist Hans Eijkelboom candidly photographs the general public across the globe to identify ordinary trends, then presents them in a grid-like fashion in his new book People of the Twenty-First Century. From all denim getups to rollerblading hunks.
Samuel Fosso discovered the art of photography in the Central African Republic in the ‘70s after fleeing war-torn Nigeria as a child. Decades later, his work had to be rescued as conflict tore apart his adopted home.
An exhibition in east London is showing over 200 newly discovered portraits from the early days of photography.
Celebrities have feelings, too. And art exhibitions, apparently.
Photographer Dubinskas Viktoras documented an epic scrum of animals migrating across a Serengeti river.
With photos from the 1860s onwards, Liverpool Then And Now is a gorgeous celebration of the city.
Photojournalist Stephen Shames photographed a group of boys coming of age in New York City’s northernmost borough. From Shames’ gritty new book, Bronx Boys. WARNING: These images may be disturbing to some readers.
Caroline Tompkins’ “Hey Baby” project catches New York City catcallers in the act.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Eunique Jone’s “Because of Them, We Can” photo project celebrates leaders in the Latino community.
The saddest page on the internet.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich announced the winners and some impressive runners-up in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 competition.
Photographic eye-candy from this year’s competition.
Photographer Seth Casteel has taught over 1,500 pups to doggy paddle.
Friends for life: Day one.
Her stunning photos show what love looks like after such a devastating loss.
Now this is a fakecation. Holy cow.
Photographer Emil Cohen took to the streets of P-town, MA this summer to take hundreds of personal portraits while giving subjects only one direction: “Be yourself.” H/T: Towleroad
A Derbyshire-based photographer known only as Villager Jim snapped some sigh-inducing photos of September sunrises.
Independent stores are captured in all their chaotic glory in this colourful photo series by Vladimir Antaki.
Sean Scheidt took pictures of Baltimore burlesque artists before and after their stunning metamorphoses. NSFW.
Birth can be magical. Let us prove it.
Artist Jane Long’s imagination will make you smile.
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
Yep, these eight photos are definitive proof.
One year, 16 cities, 47 portraits, and one plea: “I ask you to see us as we see ourselves.”
You have to be on location to get these shots — on location in outer space! While these science cameras explore the universe, you can explore our solar system in Destiny, available now!
These pooches have something to say.
Who needs a DSLR when you have an iPhone?