In a powerful new portrait series, photographer Charlie Clift aims to spark a conversation about mental health. Let’s Talk asks ordinary people who have suffered from mental health issues to open themselves up and share what goes on inside their minds. Their words are then transformed into artistic hand lettering across their skin by artist Kate Forrester, allowing their inner thoughts to come out in Clift’s moving portraits.
Sometimes, discovering your creative calling is a matter of finding the right muse.
Macedonian-Australian photographer Biljana Jurukovski has been fascinated by different cultures since childhood.
No matter their occupation, Japanese people tend to take great pride in their work. So much so that there’s a specific Japanese word to describe these industrious employees: hatarakimono. Inspired by Japanese work culture, French artist Frank Le Petit (aka K-Narf) began the Hatarakimono Project in 2016. Over the span of 14 months the artist photographed 102 everyday workers in uniform.
Photographer Andrew Studer is best known for his incredible landscape imagery, which he captures during his travels around the world.
Many of us commute on public transportation and wish that the minutes would fly by.
We all know that seatbelts save lives, but still, there are people who needlessly perish each year simply because they weren’t buckled up. In New Zealand, about 90 people a year die because they weren’t wearing seatbelts during a crash. That number jumps to 2,500 in the United States according to the NHTSA.
For many years, French photographer Réhahn has called Vietnam home.
Photographer Nicolas Bruno is no stranger to a bad night of sleep.
She’s far from the shallow now. Oscar winner @ladygaga steps into the @markseliger portrait studio at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. A post shared by Vanity Fair (@vanityfair) on Feb 25, 2019 at 1:22am PST The 2019 Oscars will be remembered as the year without a host, but photographer Mark Seliger is making sure we don’t forget the fashion.
For many years, fine art photographer Kirsty Mitchell captivated us with her enchanting series titled Wonderland.
Photography affords us the opportunity to travel without ever leaving our home.