Photographer and self-proclaimed Photoshop illusionist Devin Mitchell invites us to take a closer look at those who serve in the U.S. military and spend most of their time hiding their true identities behind their uniforms.
Ivan Kislov is a Russian mining engineer who works in a remote North-Eastern Chukotka region in the Arctic Tundra. During the breaks of his long shifts at work, though, Kislov turns to his other passion for relaxation – wild animal photography. Here's a collection of his most stunning photos of wild arctic foxes.
Most big cities around the world have exceptional homeless people who become urban celebrities through their eccentric looks and/or behavior. In Lviv, Ukraine, Slavik is that man. Even though he’s homeless, he has quite the taste for clothes and fashion.
Here‘s a fun way to congratulate your parents on their wedding anniversary – gather your siblings around and recreate your childhood photos! That's what these two brothers did when they wanted to surprise their parents with something original and sweet for the 46th anniversary of their special day.
Remember Momo, the absolutely beautiful and cute dog that can’t stop hiding in the most intricate landscapes and cityscapes? We previously wrote about his cute adventures (part I and part II), and now he’s back with more photos of his never-ending passion for hide-and-seek, captured by owner and Ontario-based graphic designer Andrew Knapp.
Hawkeye Huey is only 4 years old, which probably makes him one of the youngest photographers in the world. Being the son of famed Nation Geographic photographer Aaron Huey certainly has its advantages, as it was he who introduced his son to the art, craft and passion of photography so early in his life.
Every year, Japanese photographer Ariko Inaoka travels to Iceland to photograph two amazing twin girls named Erna and Hrefna. Since 2009, Inaoka has photographed the girls every summer, documenting their beautiful connection and the passage of time.
Famed American photographer Steve McCurry has opened a retrospective exhibit in Villa Reale di Monza in Italy featuring highlights from his career of more than 30 years.
Denmark-based designer and marketing specialist Olivia Muus made her trip to a museum a little bit more fun than usual. While facing the historical portraits, she took photos of them with her arms positioned to make the subjects of the paintings look like they were taking selfies themselves.
British photographer Max Ellis suspended tiny carved pumpkins with delicious bait inside of them to attract squirrels and make them stick their heads inside his suspended Jack-O‘-Lanterns for a clever photoshoot.
The annual Young Wildlife Photographer’s grand prize for 2014 went to 9-year-old Carlos Perez Naval from Spain for his beautiful photo of a scorpion.