Halley Docherty created this striking series of images by juxtaposing horrific scenes from the Second World War with the same places in the present as shot from Google Street View. The series shows scenes from crucially important WW2 locations...
These modern swimsuits, dubbed "Monokinis," help eliminate the discomfort breast cancer survivors face when they go to the beach and show us their bravery, hope and determination.
For this photo series called Marker, I created playful body-art using eighteen dollars'-worth of Sharpies and one priceless human canvas. Each look involved a week of testing designs on my own body, followed by a three- to six-hour session of blocking,...
It turns out that people aren't the only ones from the animal kingdom that plant kisses on one another. Birds bill, dogs lick, horses nuzzle and cats groom - animals like humans tend to exhibit kissing behavior as well.
Have you noticed a piece of street art in your neighborhood that cleverly uses its surroundings? If so, be sure to submit it here!
Breathtaking vintage photos of England, taken just weeks before World War II on August 1939, shows the peacefulness before the storm. The photos offers us a view of the past in vivid colors and lets us compare the England then with...
Bikes of Burden, an interesting photography series by photographer Hans Kemp, shows motorbikes in Vietnam carrying unbelievable amounts of stuff. It is not only the amount of stuff that's amusing, it's the stuff itself. If it wasn't for this series, you...
The Guardians, Montreal-based photographer Vladimir Antaki's recently announced big project, features photos of shopkeepers from all over the world. Antaki has met nearly 250 guardians so far across 9 cities - Montreal, New York, Las Vegas, Paris, Vienna, Berlin, London, Amsterdam,...
Barcelona-born street artist Francisco de Pájaro creates quirky monsters from trash in cities around the world. He finds the trash and creates these monsters at night, working quickly, painting with bright colors, holding them up with tape, and drawing different facial...
He could care less about people being in a suits, ties and dresses. He was a 5-year-old boy. That's not what he thought was neat. He loved looking at superhero T-shirts.