Photographer Aaron Reed shares his love of nature through striking landscape images. A resident of the Pacific Northwest, he focuses much of his attention on the temperate terrain and captures scenes of babbling brooks, massive forests, and monumental mountainscapes. Each composition is a celebration of natural light and color; together, they offer endless inspiration and are the essence of why many people venture outdoors.
Nature has many fascinating forms, but some of the most interesting structures are too small to be visible to the...
Cinematographer Simeon Pratt masterfully uses his skills for capturing motion to produce dramatic still photographs of landscapes around the globe.
With the artistic identity of Mr. Doodle, you’d imagine that Sam Cox is prolific with a pen. But the man with the moniker is beyond prolific. He’s a drawing machine who creates awe-inspiring artworks—and even entire worlds—with his series of clustered characters and shape-driven mark-making. The artworks are busy and mesmerizing, packed with symbols that you’re likely to get lost in as you marvel at their intricacies. Cox has been scribbling since childhood.
Fifteen years ago, photographer Simon Roberts spent a long, cold winter in Russia’s unforgiving far North.
Muted is not a word in designer and architect Emmanuelle Moureaux’s vocabulary.
What started as a way to make sense of chaos has transformed into a tribute. When photographer Jonathan Higbee moved to New York City, he was overwhelmed by the constant action around him. That’s when he turned to his camera in order to make sense of it all and embarked on what would become a well-loved street photography project—simply and aptly called Coincidences.
Jakarta-based photographer Rarindra Prakarsa captures scenes from rural Indonesia that could be film stills.
According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau, 1.7 million Korean Americans live in the U.S.
Driven by a lifelong love of horses, Jill Soukup has made a name for herself as a well-known Western painter. The Colorado-based artist has developed an unexpectedly expressive style that enables her to capture “the richly kinetic moments that define Western ranch life.” While this painterly treatment has proven effective on a range of ranch-themed subjects, it is particularly striking when paired with horses, as evident in Soukup’s Equine series.
If you’ve ever watched a reality competition show, you know how exciting they can be.
Photographer and filmmaker Niv Novak is passionate about dance.