Lights, camera, addiction.
Lights, camera, addiction.
Because laughter can be the best medicine.
A tasty project from Danielle Evans.
Ahlam Alnajdi, a Saudi photographer and artist, has become an internet celebrity by posting incredible clay sculptures of (mostly) food. I want to eat them all.
Henry chose the location and struck a pose. Alex, his babysitter, took the picture. Then they swapped. Via Wild Eyed Photography.
Earth has never looked so good.
If it happened, Reuters was there to see it. Here are some of the best images their photographers took this year.
Follow all of these amazing artists for daily inspiration and magic. Technology is cool sometimes.
Don’t judge a butch by her cover.
Snapping a photo of your brunch used to be a completely different thing.
Victorian collars are so not their style.
Want to look more photogenic? OMG READ THIS POST.
Warning: Some of these photos will inspire you, while others will make you cry. They are all really incredible, though.
Jakob Hunosøe transforms everyday household scenes into quirky works of art. Heyyy, that’s not a lightbulb!
Using mostly real-life props and effects, Justin Benzel creates a seriously stellar story of detectives and aliens set in 1950s noir Chicago.
“It was comical how off-brand I was.”
Instagram takes to the sky.
Plus spoooky video of a tick sucking human blood, the 10 most terrifying Wikipedia articles, and 5 cat videos perfectly matched with Lou Reed songs.
Calfifornia-based artist Queenie Liao took her son Wengenn as inspiration for her wonderful photo collection, Wengenn in Wonderland.
Fernando Pereira Gomes takes artful photos in the most expensively built fake city in video game history.
North Carolina-based photographer Shannon Johnstone has been photographing the dogs at her local animal shelter for over a year as part of her “Landfill Dogs” project. Heads up: you might need some tissues for this one.
Plus the most star-studded cemeteries in Hollywood, revisiting the artists from the first Now That’s What I Call Music!, and the Museum of Bad Art.
Photographer Phil Rose created a Flickr page of Los Santos and Blaine County images, all taken by users on the in-game camera phone.
It’s an art, really. Now in song form.
OK, New York, quit showing off. We get it. Images courtesy of an interactive photography project by Sergey Semenov, available in full at the end of this post.
A picture really is worth a thousand words. From hobbyists to professionals, everyone has a favorite image, according to these answers on Quora.
Using nothing but natural light and a £200 camera, Michael Paul Smith takes extraordinary forced perspective photos of his model town, which he calls Elgin Park.
Spoiler: Love, family, money, peace.