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Mick Jagger by David Bailey

Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters by Sandro Miller

John Malkovich is a famous actor who starred in some amazing features. Sandro Miller is one of the most popular contemporary photographers with a keen eye for portraits. The two have teamed up in order to recreate famous portrait photos in the “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters” project.


Le grand silence: the touching story of a young shepherd

Photographer Clémentine Schneidermann is documenting the life of her brother, called Nicolas, who has chosen to become a shepherd at the age of 17, through the “Le grand silence” photo project. Now 21, Nicolas is living in isolation somewhere in Southern France, a decision he has made years ago after failing in school.

Violin player

Amazing surreal portrait photos by Rosie Hardy

Have you ever felt like you are trapped? Well, then you have something in common with photographer Rosie Hardy. The 23-year-old photographer describes herself as an “escape artist”, who is trying to explore her mind. She expresses herself through art and the results are surreal portrait photos that are definitely worth a closer look.

Doctor Who movie scene

FILMography: Artist recreates movie scenes in real-life locations

If you are a fan of both movies and photography, then this is the perfect photo project for you. Photographer Christopher Moloney has been traveling around the world for years in order to recreate popular movie scenes in real-life locations. This project is called “FILMography” and it is the result of hard work combined with artistic skills.

Albert Maritz portrait

Alienation: upside-down portrait photos by Anelia Loubser

Did you know that people’s faces are looking alien-like when viewed upside-down? Well, there is proof to back up this theory and it comes from a South Africa-based photographer. Anelia Loubser has created a series of upside-down portraits of people and has called it “Alienation”, as the people look like they come from another planet.

Expecting winter

Amazing, ethereal worlds created by artist Erik Johansson

Swedish photographer Erik Johansson is the author of an intriguing photo series, that is depicting a future where things are no longer what they used to be. The surreal photos of this talented artist will put your imagination to a test, making you wonder what is real and what is not, all while instilling fear in your heart.

Sunset road

Lisa Holloway captures dreamy portraits of her 10 children

Being a photographer is not an easy job. Moreover, being a mother is not a painless experience. Things might not sound so great when you are both a photographer and a mother of no fewer than 10 children. Somehow, photographer Lisa Holloway manages to overcome all the issues and is capturing magical portraits of her children.

Indonesian smoking

Indonesia’s smoking affair detailed in “Marlboro Boys” project

Indonesia has a huge love affair with cigarettes. The problem is so widespread that more than 30% children are smoking even before they reach 10 years old. Photographer Michelle Siu has decided to document this issue, so she has captured a series of portraits which have been added to the disturbing “Marlboro Boys” project.

Before/After by Brandon Andersen

Dramatic before-and-after portraits of live-performing artists

Being a musician is cool and lots of fun, right? Well, not so much. The striking before-and-after portraits of artists performing for months during the 2014 Vans Warped Tour prove that artists do not have it as easy as we might think. These dramatic portraits are the works of music and editorial photographer Brandon Andersen.

Cop on the beat

“The Vintage Project” is a tribute to 20th century’s fashion

Each decade has its own defining traits when it comes to fashion. Father of two children and photographer Tyler Orehek has decided to explore his photography style courtesy of “The Vintage Project”. Paying a tribute to all things vintage and the 20th century has proven to be a fun challenge and the results are simply amazing.

Princess Tiana

“Fiction Happens” puts fictional characters in the real world

Photographer Amanda Rollins has been a huge fan of fictional characters from books, comic books, movies, and TV series among others. After growing up, she has decided to put together a project that would bring fictional characters into the real world. The portrait photo project is called “Fiction Happens” and it is glorious!

Trailer park

David Waldorf’s striking photos of life in a trailer park

Life in a trailer park is not exactly a dream life. World-renowned photographer David Waldorf has decided to pay a visit to a trailer park located in Sonoma, California in order to document the lives of the people living in these poor conditions. The resulting project is called “Trailer Park” and it consists of amazing, but striking portraits.


Metamorfoza: combined portraits of two different people

Every human is unique, right? Well, Croatian photographer Ino Zeljak is out there to prove that we look more alike than we care to admit. His project is called “Metamorfoza” and it consists of portraits of two different people, who are then merged to create a single shot. Using clever post-processing techniques, your brain will be fooled.

Project Astoria

Todd Baxter’s “Project Astoria” depicts an utopian future

Will humans ever colonize other planets? The current generation may not find an answer to this question, but people all over the world have dreamed of an utopian future where humanity has made it on other planets. Photographer Todd Baxter dreams about this, too, so he has created “Project Astoria” to show how things may turn out.

Life continues

“China: The Human Price of Pollution” striking photo series by Souvid Datta

Pollution is having a devastating effect on China’s ecosystem and inhabitants. Photographer Souvid Datta has decided to document these issues in the “China: The Human Price of Pollution” photo series. The project consists of poignant photos captured in areas where pollution makes China look like it has gone through a post-apocalyptic event.

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Stunning aerial photos in the “Summer over the city” project by George Steinmetz

New York Citry City is described as one of the most “photogenic” cities in the world. Photographer George Steinmetz has decided to test this theory by taking aerial photos of the city and the surrounding areas from a helicopter. The results are in and they are fantastic. The project is called “Summer over the city” and it is worth a closer look.

Sarah and Josh

Epic photos of a wedding in Iceland by Gabe McClintock

Sarah and Josh are an Ohio-based couple who have decided to have their wedding in Iceland. The decision to elope has turned out pretty inspired, as wedding photographer Gabe McClintock has been able to capture a series of breathtaking photos with the stunning Scandinavian mountains, lava fields, and waterfalls as the backdrop.


Children facing bedroom monsters in “Terreurs” photo series

What was your biggest fear as a kid? Have you ever had any nightmares involving bedroom monsters? If you did, then this is what you should have done. These children, in the “Terreurs” photography project by Laure Fauvel, are facing the monsters under their bed or in their closet, so they do not have to sleep with the lights on.

Rita Willaert

The majestic artworks in an African village by Rita Willaert

Many people would think that the least probable place to find a work of art is somewhere in a secluded African community. However, Photographer Rita Willaert is presenting us the majestic artworks in an African village, called Tiébélé. The village has been the home of the Kassena tribe since the 15th century.

Rob MacInnis

“The Farm Family” project portrays animals like humans

As we grow up, we tend to lose our sense of compassion for farm animals. In order to bring back this sense, photographer Rob MacInnis has personified animals in “The Farm Family” project, which consists of family-like portrait photos of animals living at the farm. Sheep, cows, and others are all present in a wonderful photo series.

Airplane Wesley Armson

Wesley Armson and his adorable photos of his two sons

You could say that Wesley Armson is living the dream. He has a steady day-job, while at night he goes home to a beautiful wife, called Christine, and two adorable sons, called Skyler and Maddox. The hero of this story is a mechanical engineer by day and a photographer by night. The latter part is the one which will make your heart melt.


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