Pizza in the Wild by Jonpaul Douglass

Los Angeles based photographer, Jonpaul Douglass started taking shots of ‘pizza in the wild’. Douglass says it sort of took on a life of it’s own and that he never anticipated creating so many photos and hopes that the images at least give people a chuckle. Jonpaul seems to have a knack for placing the pie Read more

Brandon Stanton Raises Over $1M for Brooklyn School

First of all, if you’ve never heard of Brandon Stanton or his project Humans of New York, do yourself a favour and take a look. After Stanton lost his job as a bonds trader in 2010, he decided to pursue photography full time. In Brandon’s words, “I thought it would be really cool to create an Read more

Photographers Find Beauty in a Desolate New York City

One of the largest blizzards in New York’s history was scheduled to hit Monday. With up to 30 inches of snow expected, the entire city was at a standstill. No flights, no subway, no cars. Fortunately for NYC, the brunt of the storm landed elsewhere. Many photographers took to the streets to capture the calm Read more

Before They Pass Away

Between 2010 & 2013 Jimmy Nelson travelled the world to document some of the most fantastic indigenous cultures left on the planet today. He had come to realize that from a life spent travelling that his camera was the perfect tool for making contact and building intimate and unique friendships. Relationships with hither to unknown Read more

Minimal Snowscapes From Vassilis Tangoulis

Living in a place like Winnipeg has it’s ups and downs. One of the downs is the soul-crushing, blisteringly cold, long winters. Sometimes all it takes is someone like Vassilis Tangoulis to point out the bright side of things. Not only does his work demonstrate a keen eye for composition and negative space, but Vassilis’ photos seem Read more

320 Icelanders

Varya Lozenko moved to Iceland in 2007. While there, she began to ask people why Iceland was so different from other countries, and the most common response: ‘Because we are so few: there are no crowds, no competition, no stress. We are not each other’s rivals the way it is in so many other countries. We Read more

Erik Johansson’s Fantastical Photo Manipulations

You may have seen his work before but you’ve never seen anything like it that is quite so polished. Swedish photographer Erik Johansson‘s photo manipulations are at a level that few can achieve. You know it’s not real, but you can’t seem to spot any imperfections. This is a guy who knows his way around Read more

Beautifully Composed Photography by Phil Stockbridge

Photographer Phil Stockbridge somehow combines street photography, travel photography, and fine art to create a very unique style. His use of leading lines, negative space, and perception of scale really set Phil apart from many other photographers I’ve seen. His colour grading is also incredibly rich and used very effectively. All images © Phil Stockbridge Read more

Inspiring Cinemagraphs by Julien Douvier

Cinemagraphs got really popular for a while and then seemed to just sort of fade away. That is, until I saw Julien Douvier‘s work. Not only are his images gorgeous on their own, his animations are perfectly seamless. It’s not easy to make a cinemagraph, especially at this level, and it takes a talented eye to understand Read more

Up In The Air

Antoine Rose‘s aerial photos are something to behold. With a bird’s eye view of places such as The Hamptons, Miami Beach, Long Island and New York, Rose takes you from a family enjoying a day at the beach or an outing to the skating rink in to a sea of obscured and abstract patterns. Oh Read more