Capturing the Bristling Movement of Paris and Berlin

Photographer Stephanie Jung is back with more dizzying cityscapes, this time capturing the busy streets of Paris and Berlin. We first got a glimpse of the photographer’s viewpoint of crowded urban landscapes a few months ago when she shared similarly styled photos of Japan.

One can really feel the hectic nature of these urban settings, populated with lights, cars, architecture, and plenty of foot traffic. There are several ways to view Jung’s photos, whether it be as a series of photographs documenting the lightheadedness one may feel from entering a busy, overpopulated city or the elation that overtakes one’s senses from the liveliness of a bustling metropolis. There is certainly a lot of movement, even within a still shot, but it’s all about how your interpret that photographic moment.







Stephanie Jung on Facebook



January 24, 2017

Clever Map Renames the World With Over 1,000 Song Titles

Creative house Dorothy is back at it again with their latest clever design, the World Song Map. As a follow up to their successful London Song Map, their newest creation turns their attention to the rest of the world. The amount of detail is incredible as each continent, country, city, ocean, river and landmark is expertly named with a recognizable song.

Read Article


January 24, 2017

Stylish Men Start Iraq’s First Gentlemen’s Fashion Club While Doing Social Good

When you think of Iraq, you probably don’t think of fashion, but a group of dapper men are trying to change that. Calling themselves Mr. Erbil—named after the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan—the 30 core members are part of “Iraq’s first gentlemen’s fashion club.” Together, they don the likes of tailored three-piece suits, manicured beards, and colorful pocket squares. Looking good is one part of their mission, but they’ve got loftier goals. Mr.

Read Article


Get Our Weekly Newsletter