Chinese retouching artist Chunlong Sun has created a bizarre portrait series called “Celebrity,” which shows 5 of the most infamous world leaders from recent history gently holding stuffed animals in their arms. In the portraits, which were made using almost-look-alike Chinese stand-ins, the leaders look at once friendlier and creepier than ever before.
Beijing-based photographer Gao Rongguo photographed pairs of identical twins over 50 years of age to showcase how time has revealed their different fates on their appearance.
Photographer Trent Bell asked 12 courageous convicts in the Maine prison system to handwrite sincere letters to their younger selves before they were sentenced and took raw portraits of them with their letters in the background.
Muscovite photographer Alexander Khokhlov (whose previous black-and-white series we've written about) has created yet another series of striking makeup portraits, and this time, it's in color. In 2D Or Not 2D, Khokhlov tries to convince us that the models' stunningly-decorated faces are 2D works of art.
Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler has come up with an interesting and creative take on portrait photography - his photo series "Just The Two Of Us" features portraits of people dressed as their cosplay alter-egos. What's fun about this series is that it seems to combine the costumed characters and the people wearing them, as the...
Barcelona-based artist Yago Partal's "Zoo Portraits" series presents portraits of animals that are dressed up in carefully-picked and really stylish outfits. If you pay close attention to each portrait, you‘ll notice that their clothes actually match their characters.
Just when you might have thought that the portrait photography art form might be exhausted, German artist Sebastian Bieniek comes out with an interesting series like Doublefaced that manages to put a new twist on the photo portrait.
Photographers David Wile and April Maciborka created charming photo series, titled Pucker, where they photographed toddlers and their reactions to a first bite of lemon ever.
Japanese photographer Toyokazu Nagano must be envied by many colleagues for the amazingly cooperative model that he works with - his youngest daughter, 4-year-old Kanna. His photo series are simply titled My Daughter Kanna, as the little girl and her personality is all that fills and entire frame...
It looks like there's a powerpuff girl growing up in Sweden! One-year-old Singlhild demonstrates capacities that are way beyond her years in the creative pictures, photoshoped by her dad Emil Nystrom.
Delicatessen With Love photo series portray grandmothers from 58 different countries, each posing right before they start cooking and then presenting their signature dish in the end.