My wife loves miniature figures. She used to have whole doll houses filled with little figurines and furniture. And I really love Beauty and Fashion photography. Whenever I find creative images of miniature figures on the internet I always have to show them to her. With our two hobbies combined, my collection of inspirational images became the beginning of this project.
In anticipation of this years Oscar award ceremony, People.com created an entertaining series of edited images in which prominent Hollywood A-listers seem to be posing with their past selves.
The series was made to drum up excitement for the approaching award ceremony, but it was based off of similar images that had been drifting around online for quite a while.
We worry about money, power, status and the way the world perceives us. While we spend all of our energy succumbing to these, there’s people like you and me that are living parallel lives, except in a place where there’s miles of nothingness. The Omo Valley in Ethiopia, home to tribes like Mursi, Hamer, Benna has been one of the most surreal places I have had the fortune of experiencing.
Some of us love tattoos and some of us hate them, but Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall has come up with an interesting way of making them more popular – by Photoshopping them onto the skins of famous people throughout history. Have you ever wondered what an inked-up Johnny Cash or Audrey Hepburn might look like?
“Don’t try this at home. Try this on the street“ – that’s the motto of Fra.Biancoshock, a street artist living and working in Milan, Italy. He calls his artistic avant-garde art Ephemeralism – a movement that produces works of art that exist briefly in space but limitlessly in time.
Some dogs have no shame and their owners seize this opportunity to broadcast it to the whole world. Inspired by parents publicly shaming their kids by hanging a placard with their offense around their neck, these pet lovers share a healthy dose of shaming of their beloved furry friends. Some really do look sorry, but others look like they would do it all over again once their forgiving owners leaves the room.
Our technologically-obsessed society often finds it hard to grasp the theory of asceticism: for what reason should one forsake all of one’s earthly possessions and live excluded from society? This stunning set of portraits by Brooklyn-based photographer Joey L puts us face to face with religious ascetics who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of spiritual liberation.
The Streets of Coober was born from the simple notion of connecting with people through human curiosity. Dave Laslett walked the streets of red dirt with an assistant and a 1.7m elinchrom octa, stopping to talk with people and hear their stories of the day and shoot a series of images.