Celebrating her daughter Emma's 5th birthday, photographer Jaime Moore went against the mainstream Disney princess' idea and dressed Emma as 5 historic and inspirational women: Coco Chanel, Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Earhart, Helen Keller and Jane Goodall.
Avoiding unnecessary details in his pictures, Spanish photographer Chema Madoz works around the idea that things are not what they might seem ta first.
Tippi Degre had the kind of childhood that sounds more like an episode from the Mowgli than a real story: born in Africa to French wildlife photographer parents, the little girl spent her days playing with such animals as a five-ton elephant, a cheetah, lion cubs and many others.
A portfolio by Erik Johansson, photographer and retoucher from Sweden, must be one of the strongest contemporary examples of fine retouching. Erik creates incredible fantasy worlds that are at the same time wildly surreal, yet so masterfully done that you almost start believing them.
Brooklyn's iconic Clock Tower on Main Street, New York, was transformed into a jaw-dropping triplex penthouse. All those who are house-hunting and have $18 million to spare, don't snooze!
What looks like live fish and octopus in soup bowls, are actually photorealistic paintings by Singapore-based artist Keng Lye.
This beautiful tree-lined street in Porto Alegre, Brazil, is said to be one of the most beautiful streets in the world. One hundred tipuana trees that grow up to the 7th floor of the buildings were originally planted here in 1930's by the German workers.
Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti spent 18 months traveling around the world and photographing children with their favorite toys for his 'Toy Stories' series.
For the last 13 years Japanese photographer Miyoko Ihara has been taking pictures of her grandma, Misao, and her odd-eyed cat, Fukumaru.