Rikki Paul Bunder

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This Is What The Entire Known Universe Looks Like in a Single Image

Whoa.<p>Isn't it beautiful? This is an illustrated logarithmic scale conception of the observable Universe with the Solar System at the …

Layered Landscapes (6 pics)

Fukuoka, Japan-born artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi has created a mesmerizing series called <i>Layered Drawings</i> that we'd love to see in person. Nakanishi uses a laser print to mount his photos onto plexiglass acrylic. Though we could enjoy each slice on its own, taken together, they produce a magnificent …

Art

Corrections - Photographs and text by Zora Murff | LensCulture

For the past three years, I have worked as a Tracker for Linn County Juvenile Detention and Diversion Services in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. As a Tracker, I provide services to youths who have been convicted of crimes, adjudicated, and subsequently ordered to complete probation. Juveniles in my charge are …

The Dark Hours

Project info<p>The Dark Hours<p>Sitting under the gnarled branches of a large mesquite, I watch the sliver of a waxing moon dip low on the horizon. A summer storm has forced pause in my work. First the wind and dust turn the tarped walls of my impromptu darkroom into a billowing creature punctuated with …

Letter from the Quiet Town - Photographs and text by Kate Smuraga | LensCulture

Hello my dear unknown friend!<p>Oh, it is so hard to be honest with yourself. To tell my story I need to start from the beginning.<p>I was born in a quiet soviet town with green alleys, sandboxes and lingering rebuilding. We lived on the outskirts in a new lofty apartment house. The yard was lively and …

The 10 Best Photo Essays of the Month

The New York Times Magazine: Desperate CrossingMigrants about to be rescued by Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Paolo …

These Majestic Photos Will Give You A Spacegasm

The winners of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 competition have been announced and they'll make you want to leave planet Earth.

Lost Weather Balloon GoPro Found 2 Years Later with Grand Canyon ‘Money Shot’

Back in 2013, five friends in Arizona decided to capture some photos and video from the edge of space by sending a GoPro up on a weather balloon. The …

Colors of the Earth - Photographs and text by Bernhard Edmaier | LensCulture

Across his stunning, decades-long oeuvre, Bernhard Edmaier has been animated by a simple desire: “to arouse interest in the earth’s surface untouched by humans.” In this series, titled “Colors of the Earth,” Edmaier presents some of his favorite discoveries from around the world. Each of these …

The Story of Former Mexican Gang Members Who Now Pursue Their Passion for Art and Tattooing

In the desert landscape of Indio, California, eight young men cast off their involvements within the Mexican gang system in hopes of forging …

Over 1,500 Free 4K Stock Video Clips, All Courtesy of a Single Cinematographer

Mitch Martinez is a Philadelphia-based director of photography and cinematographer. Over the past 2.5 years, he has been working on building a free …

The Epic Images of a Mountain Bike Photo Contest

Every year, Crankworx Whistler hosts a Deep Summer Photo Challenge that pits six elite mountain biking photographers against each other. The shooters …

Perpignan 27: Interview with Visa Director Jean-François Leroy - Featuring Highlights from Visa Pour l'Image Festival | LensCulture

<i>Once again, it’s that time of year for photographers, agency reps, editors (and groupies) to descend on the French city of Perpignan to celebrate the world’s oldest international photojournalism festival, Visa pour l’Image.</i><p><i>Founded by Jean-François Leroy, Visa — as it is commonly known — has been a</i> …

Photographer Seeks Out Havana’s Cool Kids in ‘Cuban Millennials’

Barcelona-born, New York City-based photographer Edu Bayer has always valued and felt close to Cuban culture and history, but it wasn’t until earlier …

Powerplant Youth - Photographs and text by Daniel Seiffert | LensCulture

<i>Daniel Seiffert is one of the 50 best emerging photographers for 2015, as voted by the eight-member international jury for the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2015. Here is his winning entry and artist’s statement. View his profile to learn more about him and to see more of his great work.</i><p>Das …

7 Spectacular Tiny Homes That Prove Size Doesn't Matter

Source: Daily Mail<p>Tiny homes are sprouting up all over the world, in both highly urbanized cities and some of the earth’s most remote locales. For …

Regulation

Brutalism: Brusque, Ugly And Totally Functional

In terms of style, brutalism is to architecture what Hemingway is to literature. Taking an axe to Haussmann-style architectural flourishes in favor …

Architecture

How we quit our jobs to travel: The showbiz couple

Uninspired and trapped by the middle-class rat race, Dave Bouskill and Deb Corbeil followed their dreams of adventure around the world.<p>On paper, my husband Dave and I lived an enviable life. It was late 2006, and Dave was a successful rigging gaffer in the thriving Toronto film industry while I …

Cape Town