These 27 surreal photos featuring people are bound to peak your subconscious' imagination. Happy Dreaming!
Going forward, let's not discount the influence of history's recurring themes in how we redevelop the urban realm.
If you like dogs, I find they typically like you back. I quickly realized that my plopping down on the sand to take a picture was actually a canine invitation to cuddle. These snuggle sessions may not directly contribute to getting to know a city, but they're sure one hell of a bonus.
If you can't visit these places yourself, here's the next best thing!
If you are committed to your art, winter can be a great opportunity to gain new skills in indoor photography and to gain a new appreciation for the everyday, not just in your own household but to help clients see the beauty in their everyday lives as well.
Noise Pop Day 4 consisted of a much more high-spirited show than expected. Real Estate accompanied with some seriously talented openers played the first of a two day show at The Independent.
Far from being frozen in some mystical state of harmony with an idyllic natural world as the antiquated term suggests, indigenous peoples are and always have been dynamic and adaptable in a world rife with challenges.
The story of the Himalayan dog titled "winter is coming" that went viral came from Sebastian Wahlhütter. We spoke with him about photography, that loveable dog, and the photo that bounded him into fame.
Indie rock bands can bring in a rather somber audience most times, but Lord Huron refused to kick off Noise Pop without a bang. Playing almost their e...
After posing for cameras, Moby mingled with the growing crowd. I pulled out my recorder and inquired if I could ask him a question or two. "Sure," he said. "Why don't we go in the back and talk?" And just like that, I was in a small, darkened storage space with the global superstar of electronic music.
Using his iPhone to photograph what every iPhoneographer can only dream of capturing, Jonpaul Douglass captures pizzas in the wild. Using pepperoni pi...
Even as a funeral director, I myself once felt uncomfortable with the idea of deathbed/funeral selfies. But as I've seen more and more people take these photos, I've slowly become more open.
Productivity in later stages of life is nothing new. A good book about it is Old Masters and Young Geniuses by David W. Galenson (Princeton Universit...
Untitled #13 from the series THIRTEEN by Vee Speers. www.veespeers.com...
Outside visitors are allowed to visit North Korea, their visits categorized into different streams: journalism, charity, tourism, family reconnection. The last category intrigued us. What would it be like to know your family was living in such a place?
"Photography became my precious, vivid tool with which I could show the world's beauty and sad reality simultaneously. When I returned from Syria in the spring of 2013, I felt an overwhelming need to do everything I could to help the Syrian refugees and spread awareness of the crisis."