Illustrator and designer Mal Jones found the perfect project to keep himself creative for over a year, while also promoting the “illustration chops” of Rocketkoi—a full-service design company he co-founded with his wife Sarah Meskin. The artist embarked on a playful series about animals and the unique words used to describe their collective groups. The project is creatively referred to as Nomencreatures—a portmanteau of the terms nomenclature and creatures.
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Russian-born, UK-based artist Yulia Brodskaya has made an international name for herself as a gifted paper quilling genius.
When he’s not piloting planes, Santiago Borja loves moonlighting as a photographer. And, sometimes, he loves to do both.
We're extremely saddened by the loss of yet another legend in our lifetime. Over the weekend, the photography and fashion community lost a true pioneer and documentarian: Bill Cunningham. The photographer first earned a name for himself in New York City as a brilliant street photographer. He began contributing to The New York Times in the 1970s, serving as a resident street style specialist.
Artist Dina Brodsky wowed us with her miniature landscape paintings last year, and she has since embarked on another nature-inspired series she...
In an age of gifs and videos, who needs stationary portraits?
The 2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest has officially launched, in search of the most "awe-inspiring diversity of the world's people, places and cultures." George Stone (the editor-in-chief of National Geographic Travel) says, "Our Travel Photographer of the Year program is a way to show that our readers are among the world's best travelers and photographers.
We're greatly saddened by the passing of Zaha Hadid today. She was a true visionary in the world of architecture.
Just last week, we were introduced to an adorable and very pregnant dog named Lilica, starring in her very own...
The world is full of natural treasures, which Ryan Grastorf found out firsthand only about a year and a half ago. "As an effort to reduce stress in life, I just started hiking more," he told Instagram Blog. "I found a mushroom, a very cool looking mushroom, and the rest is kind of history.
Designer Lucy Litman celebrates the beautiful colors found in the world by matching food items with their Pantone swatches.
For the third year in a row, Vanity Fair has teamed up with renowned photographer Mark Seliger and Instagram for...