Look at his little sweater vest!
Look at his little sweater vest!
Most creative birthday idea ever.
Photographer Ryan Pfluger visits the parks of New York City and asks strangers to sit for a portrait. The results are absolutely stunning.
Photographer James Smolka focuses his camera on the faces of epilepsy. What’s revealed is a intimate portrait of those who have learned to cope daily with the neurological disorder.
Nancy Honey’s 100 Leading Ladies project aims to “transform the perception of what is possible for women to achieve in their lives”.
Photographer Lam Yik Fei took these striking portraits of pro-democracy supporters at the protest site in Admiralty on October 7, 2014 in Hong Kong.
Dans « 365 Parisiens », le photographe Constantin Mashinskiy peint le visage de Paris à travers de très beaux portraits en noir et blanc.
In “365 Parisiens,” photographer Constantin Mashinskiy documents strangers on the streets of Paris in dramatic black and white portraits.
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.
“We change each other[’s] lives with our stories. … If you offer to draw somebody, they feel very honored and they interpret as a mark of respect.”
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
“Lovers Shirts” is just what it sounds like: a photo project where women pose in their former lovers’ shirts as a part of self-reflection.
Photographer Meg Allen celebrates “those who choose to exist and identify outside the gender binary” through a series of stunning portraits.
Photographer Alex John Beck has manipulated a series of photographs.
Well done, Kyle Warfield, this is incredible.Via #lastyearofselfies.
Most people can’t do this with pencil, much less with permanent ink.
North Carolina-based tattoo artist Robbie Kass airbrushes famous faces on toilet seat lids. I wish I owned 11 toilets.
Typography nerds, you have designer Sean Williams to thank.
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WHOA, Steve, is that you?!
Because he’s Adam Brody and of course they are. Be still, my 17-year-old heart.
The old saying holds true: Beautiful people take beautiful pictures. I don’t know if that’s an old saying, just go with it.
FAB Magazine photographed the best facial hair in order to pay tribute “to the furry-faced gay man.” Woof!
Artist Tatjana Plitt has been capturing same-sex couples serving in the military to raise awareness about the discrimination caused by the Defense Of Marriage Act.
Photographer Rick Odell snapped portraits for a series called “My Better Half” to look at gender identity as a performance. These performers are seen as themselves and as their drag personas.
For nearly a year, Jo Ann Santangelo documented the stories of people living in Austin, TX in effort to reduce the stigma associated with the virus.
The Spielberg film’s extras mix their modern clothing with the movie’s Civil War era hairstyles and beards in a series by a Richmond-based photographer Adam Ewing.
St. Louis based artist Cayce Zavaglia has a background as a painter, but now she embroiders highly detailed portraits. When turned over, the portraits take on a new life.
This is the earliest surviving photographic portrait of a person. It is a self portrait of photographer Robert Cornelius (1809-1893). Taken in 1839, it marks the first ever “selfie.”