Based in Poland, Zupagrafika is a creative publisher and design studio run by Hispanic-Polish duo, David Navarro and Martyna Sobecka. Since 2012, Zupagrafika have published award-winning “build your own” architectural books showcasing their favorite Modernist and Brutalist buildings from the former Eastern Bloc and beyond.
Long distance relationships are a challenge for even the most solid partnerships.
Montana-based photographer Jenna Martin is known for her underwater and fine art photography, but when she recently got together with...
Learning something new can be challenging, but sometimes, it can take you places you’d never imagine. Kimiko Nishimoto was 72 years old when she picked up a camera, and it’s transformed her life over the past 17 years. Now at 89, she's enjoying wide-spread attention for her creative self-portrait photography. Nishimoto pokes fun at herself through her bizarre compositions.
Atlanta-based CreativeSoul Photo brought an inspiring artistic vision to life that highlights the beauty of black girls and their natural hair.
Many parents will tell you that their children grow up at a startling rate and that you should treasure every...
Black cats are a symbol of Halloween, but that association has often done more harm than good. In some folklore, particularly that of the American Pilgrims, they are seen as evil. This bias has carried through today, and the group has more trouble getting adopted than other colored felines. Animal advocate and pet photographer Casey Elise Christopher is working to change that with her striking portraits of inky-colored felines.
Combining their love of pets with their compassion for creatures in need, many mindful animal photographers employ rescues as their subjects.
Meet Augie (aka @babyandthebody), the 18-month-old who’s following in the fashion footsteps of his male model uncle, Aristotle Polites.
When Stefan Draschan goes to a museum, he’s looking at more than just the art. The photographer is also people watching for museum visitors whose outfits happen to coordinate with the paintings on the wall. In his ongoing project called People Matching Artworks, he captures the unexpected moments when someone’s hair, jacket, or dress could be an extension of a timeless creation. People Matching Artworks is the epitome of patience.
Back in June 2017 we introduced you to an adorable photo series entitled All That is Three (#allthatisthree)
Graphic artist and history buff Frédéric Duriez digitally colorizes vintage black and white photographs, breathing new life into their subjects.