Klaus Pichler’s photo series “Just the Two of Us” features Austrian costume play (cosplay) enthusiasts photographed at home in their full attire. The main hook of his project is the contrast between the people’s extraordinary costumes and their often simple, domestic environments.
Loaded with visual puns and anecdotal scenes, this new creative project by photographer Janol Apin takes us on a journey through the Parisian metro. “Métropolisson” features more than 100 images of Apin’s friends posing in the undergrounds dressed in costumes that play with the stations’ names – from an astronaut in the Champ de Mars station to a knight in the Temple stop.
“Before They Pass Away,” a long-term project by photographer Jimmy Nelson, gives us the unique opportunity to discover more than 30 secluded and slowly vanishing tribes from all over the world.
Thank God for the most curious Internet commenters among us who question even the simplest, most obvious parts of everyday life. And thank the Internet for letting them share their wisdom with the whole world.
Dorota Pankowska’sm new street art series is called “Pro Bono Promo” – the Latin phrase pro bono means professional work done free of charge, so the work is basically free promotion. Dorota recreates famous brand logos in a weird sort of graffiti that replaces spray paint with that brand’s main product.
While on a long-haul flight, when most people would sleep, read a book or chew on complimentary snacks, Nina Katchadourian spends her time locked in the airplane’s lavatory taking selfies in the style of 15th century Flemish paintings.
Knowing that elders often give the best advice, Britain’s sharp-tongued comedian Ricky Gervais asked his Twitter followers to text their pa’s and ma’s with a simple question and share the answers: “What’s the most important thing you learned in life?”
Have you ever wondered how you might look if you switched clothes with someone of the opposite gender? Canadian photographer Hana Pesut has set out to deal with that question in “Switcharoo,” which features couples photographed in their outfits and then again after they swap clothing.
To all you single ladies out there, this guy can put a ring on your finger so big you couldn’t even lift it. Don Milisav Juan Gonzales Brzi is (or was, whether he has found love yet is unclear) a Serbian bachelor who decided to find the love of his life simply by showing off his wealth…which is massive!
Korean artist Kang Kang Hoon is a hyper-realism genius who paints oil paintings that look so much like photographs, it’s hard to tell the difference even when you’re looking at a close-up. Hoon takes every hair, pore, wrinkle, reflection and shadow and works on it for hours until it looks totally real.