In 1870, 21-year-old Jacob Riis immigrated from his home in Denmark to bustling New York City. With only $40, a gold locket housing the hair of the girl he had left behind, and dreams of working as a carpenter, he sought a better life in the United States of America. Unfortunately, when he arrived in the city, he immediately faced a myriad of obstacles.
American photographer and environmental activist J. Henry Fair captures disastrously beautiful aerial photographs of Earth for his series, Industrial Scars.
If, like us, your interests involve seeing the world and cuddling with cute animals, you're bound to love this new trend in travel.
Australian photographer Ray Collins is known for his breathtaking portraits of the ocean. In a single instance, he captures the astounding power of waves just moments before their massive curls descend from their peak and crash into the water. They’re so expressive that we can imagine their movement, but we can’t get the full scope of their power.
Renowned pop artist Jeff Koons has recently installed a new sculpture in the middle of New York City’s Rockefeller Center.
It seems like colorful foods are all the rage these days, and it’s not hard to see why—rainbow hues are a...