For four decades, artist Stan Herd has been using the earth as his canvas. Inspired by his experience growing up on a farm in Kansas, Herd has taken his love and knowledge of the land to new heights with his incredible portraits. His latest, located in Atlanta, was created in celebration of International Day of the Girl and World Space Week. Featuring NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson, it stretches over 4,800 square feet.
Photographer Martin Gregus was born into an artistic family.
After centuries of exclusion, there has recently been a rallying call across the United States for accountability in many institutions,...
Photographer Spends 30 Hours Capturing Powerful Day-to-Night Photo of the COVID Memorial in D.C. [Interview]
Over 670,000 white flags are laid out across the National Mall. This stunning display, conceived by artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg, is both a tribute to and a place of mourning for the American lives lost during COVID-19. And for 30 hours, renowned photographer Stephen Wilkes observed the scene as he created one of his epic Day to Night photographs for a story in National Geographic.
Young Artist Who Found Success With Her Ethereal Paintings Is Helping Others Do the Same [Interview]
Many young people struggle with what they want to be when they are older, but not Dimitra Milan.
We've featured the work of photographer Dan Zafra several times, typically in the context of his Milky Way photography.
Lebanese American photographer Rania Matar is known for her intimate portraits of women. Specifically, she spends time focusing on young women in the United States and her native country, Lebanon, and creates new narratives that show their strength, beauty, and independence. With her new book titled She, published by Radius Books, Matar follows women in their 20s, showing them as they grow into adulthood and make the world their own.
For fine art photographer Mitch Dobrowner, nature is the ultimate muse.
Since 2005, photographer Joel Sartore has been on the hunt to document the world's biodiversity through the National Geographic Photo...
Enthralled by fabric and guided by her intuition, artist Mariko Kusumoto creates sculptures inspired by the things that fascinate her. The pieces, sometimes wearable, often revolve around the ocean, and marine inhabitants—such as coral—inspire the forms. They pair perfectly with the softness and translucent qualities of fabric; the pieces have a billowy quality to them as if they could be under the sea. Kusumoto has been working with fabric for the last eight years.
Flags are powerful forms of design. They help people feel connected to their identity and to their beliefs.
Pure magic—that is how photographer Michael Shainblum describes New Zealand.