Discover amazing work by the best photographers.
Ever wondered what the cities of the future may look like? In his Con/struct project, Justin Plunkett assembles buildings and bits of cities out of his photos. This way he creates monstruous building that resemble former soviet structures. With this series, Plunkett examines the effect of brands and marketing on cities and our environment in […]
National Geographic only offers you the best of wildlife photography, not some sad selfies taken in the bathroom by some random bear.
26 years old Ukrainian illustrator Oleg Oprisco likes to create surreal worlds in his photos. For his work, Oprisco chooses to not go the digital way, but to shoot pictures with old film cameras.
The finalists for Smithsonian Magazine’s 11th annual photo contest have been recently announced. As usual, the work in competition is stunning. You can go cast your vote here.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid has created a series of then and now photos that show images of World War I in Europe overlaid on the European locales as they appear today. European cities haven’t changed that much apparently.
Jonas Grinder, a photographer from Bremen, Germany, had a brilliant idea. He mounted six go-pro cameras on his bike, turning it into a panorama taking tool. The video that came out of it is a brilliant little film that makes it look like he’s riding around a tiny world. A graphic explanation of the technique […]
Using a popular technique, double exposure, Hiki Komori creates stunning portraits that are mixed with landscapes. He added a vintage effect to give it a softer touch.
Some mind-blowing pictures taken by Egor N. This is what can be done with high-speed photography and a huge dose of creativity.
Terry Border is a photographer from Indiana. His Unexpected Books series turns books into funny characters that say something about the story.
French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy’s latest photographic project reveals a surrealist new world where facades are isolated from the buildings. The result is just strange enough to make you look twice, but also to make you think.