Cellar Door

Cellar Door

Taking all of the hard work done regimenting society for the greater good and throwing it in the trash can in the name of productivity, success and happiness.

Watchtower of Turkey by Leonardo Dalessandri

The intensely fast MTV cuts take a minute to get used to, but this is an intensely beautiful snapshot of a 3500km trip across Turkey.

Paris Through Pentax by Maison Carnot

Paris, as seen through the viewfinder of a Pentax medium format film camera. Simple, DIY, & beautiful.

Alessio Albi

Gorgeous cinematic portraits by Alessio Albi. Just browse through, his work is amazing.
Alessio Albi

Gorgeous cinematic portraits by Alessio Albi. Just browse through, his work is amazing.

Alessio Albi

Gorgeous cinematic portraits by Alessio Albi. Just browse through, his work is amazing.

June Fog by Michael Salisbury

Fantastic urban photography of the fog & city architecture in Chicago.
June Fog by Michael Salisbury

Fantastic urban photography of the fog & city architecture in Chicago.

June Fog by Michael Salisbury

Fantastic urban photography of the fog & city architecture in Chicago.

April and Michael by John Newton

Wedding photographs with a wildfire used as the backdrop, like nothing else you’ve ever seen.
April and Michael by John Newton

Wedding photographs with a wildfire used as the backdrop, like nothing else you’ve ever seen.

April and Michael by John Newton

Wedding photographs with a wildfire used as the backdrop, like nothing else you’ve ever seen.

Blue Iceland by Andy Lee

Infrared landscape photos of Iceland.
Blue Iceland by Andy Lee

Infrared landscape photos of Iceland.

Blue Iceland by Andy Lee

Infrared landscape photos of Iceland.

Crossroad of Realities by Benoit Paillé
Screenshots of GTA 5, processed in Lightroom and then overlaid with studio-lit photos of people’s arms and real-world cameras. Brilliant mix of within and without the game world.
I’ve previously featured Benoit’s work here and here.
Crossroad of Realities by Benoit Paillé
Screenshots of GTA 5, processed in Lightroom and then overlaid with studio-lit photos of people’s arms and real-world cameras. Brilliant mix of within and without the game world.
I’ve previously featured Benoit’s work here and here.

Crossroad of Realities by Benoit Paillé

Screenshots of GTA 5, processed in Lightroom and then overlaid with studio-lit photos of people’s arms and real-world cameras. Brilliant mix of within and without the game world.

I’ve previously featured Benoit’s work here and here.

I Fought the Law by Olivia Locher
Photo representations of absurd and/or archaic state laws.
I Fought the Law by Olivia Locher
Photo representations of absurd and/or archaic state laws.

I Fought the Law by Olivia Locher

Photo representations of absurd and/or archaic state laws.

Illusions of the Body by Gracie Hagen
Nude photos of people in ‘attractive’ vs ‘unattractive’ poses
Illusions of the Body by Gracie Hagen
Nude photos of people in ‘attractive’ vs ‘unattractive’ poses

Illusions of the Body by Gracie Hagen

Nude photos of people in ‘attractive’ vs ‘unattractive’ poses

Stage of Mind by JeeYoung Lee
Fantastic and wonderful universes built in a small 3x6 meter studio, apparently done entirely via physical design and without the aid of photoshop.
Stage of Mind by JeeYoung Lee
Fantastic and wonderful universes built in a small 3x6 meter studio, apparently done entirely via physical design and without the aid of photoshop.

Stage of Mind by JeeYoung Lee

Fantastic and wonderful universes built in a small 3x6 meter studio, apparently done entirely via physical design and without the aid of photoshop.

Oleg Oprisco

A photographer based out of the Ukraine who does amazing surreal scenes without the help of photoshop; Everything is staged with elaborate costumes, props, unique locations, and then it’s all shot on film.
Oleg Oprisco

A photographer based out of the Ukraine who does amazing surreal scenes without the help of photoshop; Everything is staged with elaborate costumes, props, unique locations, and then it’s all shot on film.

Oleg Oprisco

A photographer based out of the Ukraine who does amazing surreal scenes without the help of photoshop; Everything is staged with elaborate costumes, props, unique locations, and then it’s all shot on film.

HoNY at the Met Gala by Brandon Stanton
I don’t normally talk about him or link to him much, which I’m sure is mostly out of jealousy, but Brandon’s work covering the Met Gala in his usual style is quite good. Very different than what we usually see out of the event.
(Note: I linked to PetaPixel instead of the source at Vogue because their gallery widget is terrible)
(Full Disclosure: He took a pretty great <a href=”http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/31728503911”>photo</a> of my girlfriend & put it on the cover of his book, so I’m pretty biased even if I am also jealous)
HoNY at the Met Gala by Brandon Stanton
I don’t normally talk about him or link to him much, which I’m sure is mostly out of jealousy, but Brandon’s work covering the Met Gala in his usual style is quite good. Very different than what we usually see out of the event.
(Note: I linked to PetaPixel instead of the source at Vogue because their gallery widget is terrible)
(Full Disclosure: He took a pretty great <a href=”http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/31728503911”>photo</a> of my girlfriend & put it on the cover of his book, so I’m pretty biased even if I am also jealous)

HoNY at the Met Gala by Brandon Stanton

I don’t normally talk about him or link to him much, which I’m sure is mostly out of jealousy, but Brandon’s work covering the Met Gala in his usual style is quite good. Very different than what we usually see out of the event.

(Note: I linked to PetaPixel instead of the source at Vogue because their gallery widget is terrible)

(Full Disclosure: He took a pretty great <a href=”http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/31728503911”>photo</a> of my girlfriend & put it on the cover of his book, so I’m pretty biased even if I am also jealous)

Black Friday by Seph Lawless

Photos of abandoned malls, all across America.
Black Friday by Seph Lawless

Photos of abandoned malls, all across America.

Black Friday by Seph Lawless

Photos of abandoned malls, all across America.

Photos by Dmitry Chistoprudov and Nikolay Rykov

Two Russian photographers decided to get some amazing car photographs by lighting a frozen lake from below. I&#8217;ve never seen anything like this.

(English coverage available at English Russia or PetaPixel)
Photos by Dmitry Chistoprudov and Nikolay Rykov

Two Russian photographers decided to get some amazing car photographs by lighting a frozen lake from below. I&#8217;ve never seen anything like this.

(English coverage available at English Russia or PetaPixel)

Photos by Dmitry Chistoprudov and Nikolay Rykov

Two Russian photographers decided to get some amazing car photographs by lighting a frozen lake from below. I’ve never seen anything like this.

(English coverage available at English Russia or PetaPixel)

Disappearing Circus by Rafal Milach
Portraits of retired Polish clowns. Rafal’s words:

For more than 40 years, circus center in Julinek used to employ up to 1500 stuff workers including artists, circus school teachers, technicians and others. Circus city was built in the middle of Kampinoski National Park 30 km away from Warsaw. Due to financial problems, the center was closed almost 10 years ago. Huge area emptied. Circus city is slowly dying. I invited few retired circus atists to take their portraits at the place where some of them had been working for over 30 years.
Disappearing Circus by Rafal Milach
Portraits of retired Polish clowns. Rafal’s words:

For more than 40 years, circus center in Julinek used to employ up to 1500 stuff workers including artists, circus school teachers, technicians and others. Circus city was built in the middle of Kampinoski National Park 30 km away from Warsaw. Due to financial problems, the center was closed almost 10 years ago. Huge area emptied. Circus city is slowly dying. I invited few retired circus atists to take their portraits at the place where some of them had been working for over 30 years.

Disappearing Circus by Rafal Milach

Portraits of retired Polish clowns. Rafal’s words:

For more than 40 years, circus center in Julinek used to employ up to 1500 stuff workers including artists, circus school teachers, technicians and others. Circus city was built in the middle of Kampinoski National Park 30 km away from Warsaw. Due to financial problems, the center was closed almost 10 years ago. Huge area emptied. Circus city is slowly dying. I invited few retired circus atists to take their portraits at the place where some of them had been working for over 30 years.