As Mark Hersch approached Chicago's O'Hare airport in 2014, he never could have imagined what awaited him. While gazing out his window, he snapped what he felt was an “interesting” photo with his iPhone. The result is a surreal image that continues to circulate the internet to this day. At first, this upside-down city in the clouds looks like the work of a digital artist.
For over 20 years, photographer Barry Butler has been inspired by the city of Chicago.
With Lost in Translation, photographer Ludwig Favre takes a look at Tokyo and captures the spirit of the city with his...
For photographer Navid Baraty, New York City holds special meaning. It was in this place that he decided to leave behind his engineering career and pursue photography full time. Although this has since led him on assignments around the world, New York has continued to be a creative inspiration. And now, in a time when New York City needs help, he's giving back.
With an estimated population of nearly 14 million people, it's hard to imagine Tokyo without crowds.
Famous for its picturesque streets lined with colorful houses and charming architecture, San Francisco is the subject of photographer Helene...
Photographer Xavier Portela is known for his pink and blue-hued images of cities around the world. His cyberpunk take on urban nights in Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Tokyo aren't only striking for their electric colors, but also for Portela's ability to frame a scene with cinematic style. His latest venture sees him straying from his trademark hues and instead focusing on capturing the atmosphere that makes Kobe, Japan pop.
Inspired by films like Blade Runner and Akira, photographer Stefano Gardel took to the streets of Osaka and Tokyo to create a narrative...
Urban street photographer Teemu Jarvinen is known for his cyberpunk style photographs of cities around Asia.
Tokyo is the most populated city in the world, with over 38 million people living there. While most of the mega-metropolis is constantly buzzing with activity, there’s still quiet pockets of the city that, when visited at night, seem just like ghost towns. German photographer Robert Götzfried set out to capture these sleepy districts in his aptly titled series, TOKYO SLEEPS TONIGHT.
Photographer Yener Torun has an eye for color. While many consider the urban landscape a drab environment, Torun thinks differently.
Based in London and Singapore, Finbarr Fallon is a RIBA-nominated photographer known for his architectural imagery.