Subways are often seen nowadays as a necessary evil. A economical and relatively easy way to get around in cities. Yet it seems we have lost some of the charm that used to exist in the subterranean caverns beneath our cities. The pictures below are filed with glamour and romanticism of a lost time. Next time […]
Seattle-based photographer Andrew Waits’ recent photo series (entitled “Boom City“) gives a very different perspective on the typical July Celebration. Visualizing the pyrotechnic components that date back to the Song Dynasty. On a brooding black, their inner power is laid bare for inspection. america by zac freedom is for the people yet i must stand on my […]
Lori Nix is a somewhat unconventional landscape photographer. Instead of going out and finding scenes to capture, he creates his own miniature worlds. His newest work, entitled the City, is especially fascinating. Nix sets out to answer the question “What would our city look like if humankind were to disappear?” The result is a post apocalyptic […]
Every year the Sony corporation holds the World Photography Awards. This year 139,554 photos were submitted from 166 countries. Collectively these make up some of the best photography from last year. The photos below are my personal favorites from the current top submissions. Warring Horses (depicting the two horses fighting) stands out to me as one of […]
Ukraine is currently in upheaval with widespread rioting. The collective world press has captured these protests in their typical way. Photojournalists are trying to tell the story of the revolt through their work. RedMisa has chosen a different route. She is taking pictures of the riots, but just for the purpose of making art. Her photos […]
A few days ago me and a friend of mine ended up on a tumblr adventure. It quickly degraded into looking at beautiful houses and talking about our dream homes. Below is a small taste of that night. Hopefully you find it as enjoyable as we did.
I often feel like society as a whole has lost a certain element of class. Sadly I have found another example to prove my point. Its from an interesting source….1920’s mugshots. Who would have thought criminals used to be so fly. Criminals were just cooler in the 20’s I guess.
Mauna Kea is a 13,803-foot high volcano in Hawaii. The location of the mountain makes it ideal for space observation. Mauna Kea is home to a number of observations including the world’s largest optical telescope. Laser are often used to track atmospheric turbulence during nighttime observation. Photographer Sean Goebel captured a beautiful time lapse of the process. […]
Lake Natron in northern Tanzania is one of the harshest environments on planet earth. Temperatures in the lake often reach 140 degrees Fahrenheit and its pH varies between 9 and 10.5. The lake gains its name from one of its main ingredients, a naturally occurring compound made up of mostly sodium carbonate. Animals that become […]
This is a a transportable retail and event building built for Puma. Conceived as a mobile space that could be shipped anywhere in the world as standard shipping containers, then reassembled. It is the first container building of its scale to be truly mobile. It has 11,000 square feet of spacious retail space and offices. Overall a very […]