You are what you eat.
You are what you eat.
Christopher Moloney is a photographer who visits the real world locations of memorable films and shows. More of his stunning re-creations of those scenes can be found on his blog; these are republished with his permission.
What is it about spying on people on the train — no matter what decade — that’s just so delightful?
These incredible works of art will have you questioning your eyes.
Photographer Daniella Zalcman captured her move from New York to London in these wonderfully chaotic photographs.
The city, as seen from the air. By Jason Hawkes.
Love you, nature.
Twenty news organizations and journalism groups are calling for Beyoncé to let photographers take pictures at her shows.
A newly released book of his photography entitled I Only Want You to Love Me features a cast of look-a-like “Western” models. And by “Western,” Aldridge means white.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield has been tweeting some amazing shots from the International Space Station. As he prepares to come back to Earth, here’s some of his best shots from above the world.
While it’s impossible to tell what these people are actually thinking, photographer Haley Morris-Cafiero’s Wait Watchers series captures the split-second moments that might reveal how others see you.
From the “Vertical Horizon” collection by Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze.
Sexy landscape photos you’ll want to crawl inside. Pure filth.
Didn’t his mother tell him to never make models play with their popsicles? (Warning: NSFW nipples ahead.)
The folks over at Teehan+Lax created this stunning video of the San Francisco landscape using a technique called hyperlapse photography and the data from Google Street View.
These badass women had tattoos waaay before it was cool.
Get ready to have your life changed by a lemur wearing a sports coat. Big thanks to photographer Yago Partal for creating these.
Photographer Karsten Thormaehlen’s portraits make the aging process seem a whole lot cuter.
In response to a growing concern amongst convention goers about the harassment of cosplayers, Photographer Sushi Killer created the “The Beginnings of CONsent” project.
Photographer Eugenio Recuenco makes art from art.
Photographer Emily Blincoe beautifully combines photography and typography for a series she calls “This Ampersand That.” The ampersand has never looked so good.
So you’re a cat, and you’ve decided you need to update your profile pic. Don’t panic! Just follow these simple DOs and DON’Ts, and you will be well on your way to a high-quality cat selfie that your friends will absolutely love.
These powerful photos were taken at the funeral that was held Sunday for a young Orthodox Jewish couple from Brooklyn who were killed in a car crash on Saturday. UPDATE: A community spokesperson says the baby has died.
Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko catches these unbelievably stunning up-close photographs of snails, and I’ve never wanted to be friends with a snail more than this moment.
Let’s bring back the fast talk, because it’s the bees-knees junior. Seriously let’s make this happen.
Tim Mantoani photographed the people behind some of the world’s most iconic images and created Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends. (via likeafieldmouse.tumblr.com)
Some people take “to the ends of the earth” pretty seriously. (via reddit.com)
In honor of Black History Month, photographer Eunique Jones created the “Because of Them, We Can” project to “empower and excite young people about their history and their future in a creative and yet relatable way.”
Created by stitching together 48,640 images, the BT Tower Panorama has officially broken the record for the world’s largest panoramic photo.
And the DKNY Facebook is currently being flooded with angry users calling on them to apologize. (via humansofnewyork.com)