Why force a girl to play with dolls and toy ovens when she might be reasonably interested in toy soldiers? Kate Parker thinks the same as she documents her daughters being free to be… themselves!
Synesthesia actually lets you paint with the colors of the wind, if it’s loud enough. This rare neurological phenomenon also enables Melissa McCracken to paint music.
Nobody ever doubts Japanese craftsmanship. And this Japanese craftsman demonstrates his skills by restoring an old dictionary to a near mint condition.
Everybody wants to fly, especially the kids. And ‘Wil Can fly’ is a very special project about a flying boy.
Getting a tattoo is the traditional means of teenage rebellion. These kids have no such luck – their parents are already inked!
Impoverished children often have difficulty getting new shoes once they outgrow their old ones - or any shoes at all. But Kenton Lee of Because International aims to provide a solution: a shoe designed to last impoverished children five years!
There are more than seven billion souls now alive on Earth – and the planet is suffering. An environmental NGO Global Population Speak Out has produced a photo book documenting the planets woes.
When life gives you pencils, you carve miniature sculptures out of them, just like Salavat Fidai did.
Yoga and graffiti make for strange bedfellows, but not for Soren Buchanan who does yoga poses in front of stunning pieces of street art.
Girlfriends and boyfriends do not always see eye to eye – especially when Star Wars and video games are on the line. This lady tried to bar his boyfriend from bringing any geeky stuff into the house. Tried.
The beautiful thing about language is that it changes to reflect the times. Sometimes we even have to coin our own words and phrases for new things!