Though we all go through childhood, it's safe to say that not all childhood experiences are universal. Italian photographer Massimo Bietti travels around the globe experiencing unique cultures and snapping extraordinary portraits of childhood along the way. Each image captures intangible qualities that lend a sense of character and connection to his subjects.
Lake Volta stretches almost half the length of the country of Ghana.
We often hear about world records being broken, but we less often see a face behind the achievement.
Whether you’re self-conscious of your height or hate the shape of your nose, we all have hang-ups about how we look. But it’s our physical differences that make us beautiful. Each person has their own unique features. However, there’s one particular physical trait that is especially rare. Just 1-2% of the world's population has natural red hair.
The pandemic has brought together people who, not wanting to be alone, have chosen to unite in quarantine.
Shanghai-based artist Ziqian Liu uses self-portrait photography as a visual diary to “communicate with herself and to get to know...
Photographer Jon Henry uses his artistic voice to offer a moving perspective on the murder of Black people by U.S. police. His series Stranger Fruit—named after the Billie Holiday song—depicts mothers with their sons as they reenact a scenario that is a very real fear for Black families in America. The photos feature sons, lifelessly draped in their mothers’ arms, in a pietà-esque pose that recalls works from art history.
Every November, millions of people participate in No-Shave November—a month-long commitment to forgo shaving and grooming to raise cancer awareness.
Photographer Adrian C. Murray reminds us of what it’s like to view the world through a child’s eyes.
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc is known for traveling the globe as she photographs women for her Atlas of Beauty. And as she took time to capture the portraits of women around the world, she also explored another theme—motherhood. The result is a thoughtful collection of portraits that show the bond between mothers and their children. From Vietnam and Indonesia to Iceland and the Netherlands, Noroc's series highlights the universal nature of motherhood.
Photographer Craig Varjabedian is known for his stunning portrait series celebrating the lives and cultures of Native Americans.
Photographer Leila Jeffreys holds intimate portraiture sessions with her intriguing, colorful muses: cockatoos, doves, and hawks.