I know that it hasn’t been all that long since the reboot came into our lives, but I have a strong feeling that I’m never going to lose the love I have for Mad Max: Fury Road.
If a trip to the islands of Galapagos or the savannas of Africa happens to be on your bucket list, it’s probably pretty important that, when you do go, you do it right.
These photos by Japanese photographer Hot.kenobi take playing with action figures to a whole new level. It’s hard to know where to start when describing the collection, but “awesome” and/or “hilarious” definitely feel accurate.
Famed, but mostly controversial photographer, Terry Richardson has recently teamed up with Burger King to create large scale portraits featuring The King for Art Basel in Miami.
Just yesterday PAPER unveiled the cover for their 2015 Summer Issue featuring Miley Cyrus naked with a pig.
French photographer Sacha Goldberger created a new photo series titled Super Flemish featuring pop culture characters dressed up as classical Flemish paintings.
Ever wonder what the magical lives of Disney Princesses would look like if they never lived happily ever after? Dina Goldstein did and created an amazing photo series called Fallen Princesses, a project depicting the sad lives of our famous Disney females in the real world.
Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova has a talent unlike most photographers. She has a way of capturing surreal photographs of her models with animals.
With recent events happening between the Western world and Russia, it has opened the eyes of millions across the world of the way of life in this region. Images reflecting a dystopian society have emerged and shown weapons that are something far from modern weaponry.
Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has created what some would pay thousands for. Using just a $50 lens taped to his Canon Powershot A650, he has taken some of the most beautiful macro photos of snowflakes I have ever seen.