Through her images, Russian photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina takes an unexpectedly surreal look at traditional Russian fairytales. The stories, often full of pagan symbols, myths, and spooky settings, are brought into modern reality.
Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers from the most famous gardens in Europe and weaves them into specially-molded forms to make beautiful sculptures.
If you think that crochet art is outdated, think again - or tell it to Schuyler Ellers. As the person behind Lord von Schmitt, a shop on Etsy, he creates vividly colorful shorts, pants, and capris out of recycled materials, giving them a priceless vintage look. He couldn’t stress enough that the groovy designs are...
In 1969, LIFE magazine set out to take pictures of the trends that had enthralled American youth, like hippies and disco culture. Their vibrant colors, varied materials, and casual disregard for all that was proper were all captured in these awesome photos.
Auschwitz was the most infamous of Hitler’s concentration camps, so for the 70th anniversary of the death camp’s liberation, Reuters sat down with the remaining survivors...
When you take a look at the pictures below, you can begin to understand how China is one of those places where 16,000 dead pigs can be found floating down the river.
You can say that photographer Greg Krehel is crazy about cacti, and his passion shows in the most beautiful and productive way. He owns about 100 echinopsis cacti species and hybrids that blossom for only up to a day, though he manages to catch their brief beauty with his mesmerizing time-lapse videos.
Look at all these teeny tiny creepy-crawlies milling around in their magical kingdom! Vadim Trunov, a photographer based in the Russian city of Voronezh, seems to have a fascination with these littlest of creatures.
Apparently, if you really want to build a church, a hundred-square-meter island is enough. Designed by Andrey Rotinova (and thus named after his namesake apostle), this beautiful house of god was completed and consecrated in 2000.
The latest Canadian passport design, which was released in 2013, features amazing images that glow under UV light. The images are only vaguely visible in a daylight, but once you turn on a UV light, the beautiful sparkling images on the passport glow with energy.
“Brothers Grimm‘s Wanderings“ is a new breathtaking photo series by German photographer Kilian Schönberger inspired by the gloomy tales of these legendary storytellers.