Born in an area that is now part of North Korea, photographer Han Youngsoo’s work gives us rare insight into how the country rebuilt itself after the Korean War. Fighting on the front lines as a young South Korean soldier, Youngsoo returned to an unrecognizable Seoul after the war ended. Post-war Seoul, left devastated and impoverished, is the backdrop for Youngsoo’s photography.
Posts by Jessica Stewart
Klaipeda is a quaint seaside town in Lithuania and the country’s third largest city.
From over 105,000 entries, ten photographs were selected as winners of the Sony World Photography Awards Open competition.
What do you eat for breakfast? How you answer this simple question actually tells a lot about your country’s traditions. We all know that food is a window into culture, and the first meal of the day takes on surprising importance in many places across the globe. Of course, in many countries, modernization has caused a decline in the slow, rich meals we eat first thing in the morning.
It’s easy to feel the pulsing disco beats and red hot energy in photographer Meryl Meisler‘s collection of images.
Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley creates hyperrealistic pencil art that captures the spirit of his subjects.