Photographer Niki Boon is interested in a slower-paced life. Occupying 10 acres of land in the rural New Zealand countryside, she and her family have crafted their own world that’s in tune with nature and largely unconcerned with being tethered by technology. Boon’s four children, all home-schooled, reserve their use of screens for educational purposes and spend the rest of their time taking care of their menagerie, playing outside, and running barefoot—and ultimately living carefree.
Artist Nat Reed creates retro-inspired illustrations with a surreal twist.
Award-winning photographer and filmmaker Sue Flood has been traveling to the Arctic and Antarctic since her time working at the...
Inspired by the great historic photographers of yesteryear, Shane Balkowitsch has focused his artistic practice on taking wet plate photographs. Eschewing modern cameras, the only piece of photography equipment the North Dakotan uses is his wet plate camera. And it’s with this technique that he has been able to document the rich local culture of Northern Plains Native Americans.
Illustrator Jon Juarez is driven by ideas.
British fine art photographer David Travis is opening up about the creative process behind his spectacular photographs of garden birds.
Photographer Kindra Nikole is used to exploring fantastical subject matter in her work. From dreamy women who inhabit the forest to a gender-bending retelling of King Arthur’s round table, Nikole combines these enchanting subjects with breathtaking landscapes and costumes made especially for the shoots. Her latest series delves deeper into fairytale photographs but offers an intriguing twist.
With childhood obesity on the rise and globalization homogenizing nutrition, photographer Gregg Segal set out to discover what a week’s...
Luke Rasmussen, aka PhLuke Photos, has two passions: climbing and photography.
Inspired by the sky, Canadian artist Ian Fisher paints large-scale skyscapes that capture the beauty of billowing clouds. From light, heavenly hues to dark, thunderous casts, each magnificent oil painting is both hyperrealistic and abstract. “Many think that, nowadays, it is impossible to create something [new] with the painting. In fact, it is an art form that still leaves great room for experimentation,” Fisher explains.
In collaboration with National Geographic, wildlife photographer Joel Sartore has spent the last 25 years capturing our planet’s biodiversity.
Every day, an ever-growing number of plant and animal species risk extinction.