The Other Side of a Stormtrooper’s life exposed through photography
Have you ever wondered what Stormtroopers do when they are not fighting Jedis and rebels? Now it is you chance to find out! Spanish artist Jorge Pérez Higuera has captured the everyday life of a Stormtrooper on camera. His artistic photo project is called “The Other Side” and will definitely put a smile on your face.
Hazmat Surfing project shows what will become of our oceans
The future of our oceans and ultimately our future is dark. Pollution is affecting the oceans so much that in some places you cannot surf after it rains. Photographer Michael Dyrland has experienced this issue in Los Angeles, therefore he has created the “Hazmat Surfing” photo project to raise awareness of ocean pollution.
The Homeless Paradise: the touching story of Diana Kim and her dad
A Hawaii-based photographer named Diana Kim has managed to reconnect with her father with the help of a long-term photo project called The Homeless Paradise. The artist was documenting the lives of the homeless when she found out that her father was one of them. Here is the story of Diana Kim and her alienated father.
Creepy photos of Abandoned NYC places by Will Ellis
A photographer has set on a quest to prove that there is still some wildness left in urban areas. His name is Will Ellies and he is exploring New York City in search of spooky, abandoned places. This project is called “Abandoned NYC” and it has become an amazing photo book, which was released at the beginning of 2015.
A decade of life “In The Alley” by Lars Andersen
One day, a photographer has noticed that he has captured a bunch of photos of the same place throughout the years. The artist is called Lars Andersen and the place is the Lehne alley in Tromso, a city in Norway. The photographer then decided to turn the photos into a project called “In The Alley” which spans for a period of 10 years.
Nobody Claps Anymore in this poignant portrait photo series
Emotional cancers are causing a lot of harm to a lot of people. Depression or anxiety can turn into real monsters and they can affect the best of us, photographer Alec Dawson says. The artist has even created an amazing photo series consisting of haunting portraits of people struggling to cope with their inner issues.
Portraits of people living a “Life on the Line” at the Arctic Circle
Can you imagine living in a place where sometimes the sun never sets and sometimes it never rises? Welcome to Earth and the Arctic Circle. Temperatures are not very kind to normal human life, but there are people living near the Arctic Circle and photographer Cristian Barnett has portrayed them in the “Life on the Line” project.
Life moments depicted through photos of the “Life of a Bench”
Love, hate, happiness, sadness, work, rest, and so on. These are just some of the things people experience through the course of their life. Photographer Gábor Erdélyi is portraying all these moments with the help of a bench in Barcelona. The “Life of a Bench” has all these moments and it shows that life perseveres.
Jack Garofalo’s striking photos of life in Harlem in the 1970s
Following a mass exodus in the 1960s, people were curious to find out how was life in Harlem in the 1970s. One of the first photographers to venture into the neighborhood during that time was Jack Garofalo. The artist’s photos of the Paris Match magazine are revealing an energetic culture taking life as it is.
100 Years: The Russian Portrait by Keen Heick-Abildhauge
Danish photographer Keen Heick-Abildhauge has decided to create a project that would prove that the stereotypes about the Russian people are wrong. The artist has created the “100 Years: The Russian Portrait” black-and-white photo series consisting of portraits of Russian people aged one to 100 and their passions.
Bogdan Girbovan’s “10/1” project shows just how different we are
A Romanian artist has created a thought-provoking photo series that documents the mix of social classes in a 10-storey apartment block located in Bucharest, Romania. Bogdan Girbovan has captured 10 photos from the same angle of 10 single-room flats, which are identical and placed on one another for the 10/1 project.
“The Last Book” project: taking photos of people reading on the subway
A Dutch photographer has ridden the New York City subway for 13 weeks during a period of three years. His goal was to create a photo project documenting the physical books that people were reading while riding the metro. Reinier Gerritsen has captured hundreds of photos in order to create the amazing “The Last Book” series.
Behind Photographs project: a tribute to iconic photographers
“Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends” is a portrait photo project by Tim Mantoani. The artist is documenting the photographers behind some iconic photos that are known all over the world. Captured using a 20×24 Polaroid camera, the project consists of portraits of the photographers holding their images.
Photographer Giorgio Bianchi wins 2014 Terry O’Neill Award
The winners of the 2014 Terry O’Neill Award have been announced. The overall prize has been awarded to Italian photographer Giorgio Bianchi for the “Behind Kiev’s barricade” photo series. This project is documenting the ongoing war in Ukraine and it has been captured in its entirety using a Fujifilm X-T1 mirrorless camera.
Eerie photos of abandoned schools by Chris Luckhardt
This is what we have been and this is what we will become! Photographer Chris Luckhardt takes exploring to the next level with a set of amazing photos of abandoned schools. His haunting image project is called “Abandoned Schools” and it includes multiple locations abandoned throughout the US, Canada, and Japan.
Honoring military members through The Veteran Art Project
People serving in the military are often forced to live a double life. It is hard to express your true self when in combat, so this is why we have to remember that soldiers are humans, too. Photographer Devin Mitchell is using his talents to pay a tribute to military members in a compelling photo series called “The Veteran Art Project”.
Power Hungry: differences between the rich and the poor
Photographer Henry Hargreaves and food-stylist Caitlin Levin have created a touching photo series that is meant to make us aware of what has happened throughout history in countries ruled by dictators. The project is called “Power Hungry” and it reveals the contrast between the daily meals of the rich and those of the poor.
The Death Of Conversation caught on camera by Babycakes Romero
Photographer Babycakes Romero has captured “The Death Of Conversation” on camera. His photo series proves that smartphones are killing socialization, as people are more connected to their smartphones than to their fellow humans. This amazing project should be a wake up call for people before they completely forget how to socialize.
Simon Roberts “Chasing Horizons” to capture 24 sunsets in a day
Have you ever thought about seeing 24 sunsets in a single day in person? Well, most people think that this is not possible. Well, photographer Simon Roberts has proven that you can do it as part of the “Chasing Horizons” campaign. With help from a Citizen watch, Simon has been able to capture 24 sunsets in one day!
The Brown Sisters: Forty Years of portrait photos by Nicholas Nixon
Photographer Nicholas Nixon has documented the aging process of four sisters for the past 40 years. His project is called “The Brown Sisters: Forty Years” and it consists of portraits of four sisters, one of them being his wife, named Bebe. The results are simply stunning and every photography fan should take a closer look at it.
Brinson + Banks equals love and kisses all around the world
Kendrick Brinson and David Walter Banks are two married photographers and the authors of a mesmerizing photo project. The couple, who goes by the name of Brinson + Banks, is recreating a passionate kiss whenever the opportunity arises. This way, they couple will document their love story with a series of amazing photos.