Alena Sereda

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The Enclave: A Powerful Documentary on The Congo Shot Entirely on Infrared Film

A few years ago we shared photographer Richard Mosse‘s unique infrared imagery that he had shot in The Democratic Republic of Congo for his series …

How to Take Great Product Photos

If you’ve ever scrolled through a page of thumbnails while searching for products, you’ve probably noticed how much more inclined you are to take a …

Mount July Launches Its Color-Splashed Lens Filters, Now Taking Preorders

Want to play around with lens filters that add splashes of color to your photographs? Stanford design students Olivia Vagelos and Martin Bush want to …

Robert Moran: Relics

Robert Moran is a fine art photographer living on a small island off the coast of Maine, but in May he and his work will be attending Magenta …

15 Fantastic Freckle Photos [Updated]

You can put this image collection down into the slightly silly category but I just spent a fun hour looking at portraits that feature people with …

Photography

grain editSarah Mazzetti

Sarah Mazzetti is a talented illustrator, comic artist, and screen printing teacher based in Bologna, Italy. Her unique style is funky and colorful, …

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Blue Hour

Spiders: Fashion Editorial by Eric Ouaknine | FashionTV

Mammoth Samplr

These photos were all uploaded with our new iPhone app’s “Mammoth” filter, which seems to lend itself to shots of skies, shrubs and steel. To see …

Faces of the great night of Shiva

The Hindu festival Maha Shivratri is celebrated anually in reverence of Lord Shiva. Here are some of the many colorful face paintings that …

Inverted world

Shadows, a car roof, water on pavement, a ropetackle lens. Each of these surfaces hold an inverted dimension that’s darker, distorted, or highlights …

Majestic Nepal

Scenes captured in the Himalayas and other picturesque regions of the landlocked Asian nation located between China and India.<p>Do you want more …

Arashiyama

Arashiyama, or “Storm Mountain”, is one of Japan’s designated Historic Sites and can be found on the western edge of Kyoto. The district features …

All eyes on Greenland

Packed full of glaciers, Greenland is currently credited for 10 percent of the rising sea levels globally tracked from melting ice. The Arctic …

Pillow fight!

This past Saturday was International Pillow Fight Day, which saw cushion-wielders across the world taking to the streets to gently thump and whack …

Infographic: A Timeline Of The 100 Most Important Cameras Ever Made

Over a century of photographic history on one poster.<p>Time travel back to 1950 with a Best Buy circular and you basically blow minds with every page. Flatscreen TVs? Crazy. Computers? Crazy. Smartphones? Double crazy. And then you get to the cameras, and the fedora-wearing fellow with the I Like Ike …

The perfect trip: Switzerland

Rocks and ice took the first steps in creating this mountainous land, home to a multitude of Alpine valleys, enchanting towns and the two best kinds of food to melt in a pot.<p>This 390-mile road trip begins at Lake Lucerne, the historic birthplace of Switzerland, before taking in the awe-inspiring …

Switzerland

World’s best beach restaurants

From a Californian seafood haven to a Sardinian cafe in Sydney, these five beachfront eateries prove that everything tastes better by the water.

Italy

Europe’s cheapest cities, 2013

From Bucharest to Budapest, the third annual European Backpacker index found that travelling to the previously pricey continent is actually less expensive than you would think.

Brazil's shifting sandscapes

The crescent-shaped dunes and shimmering lagoons on Brazil’s northeastern coast are an unlikely – but beautiful – ecosystem.

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Amazing Darth Vader Bust Created with Upcycled Junk

Indiana artist Gabriel Dishaw is a junk artist who repurposes all kinds of used goods in order to create these amazing sculptures. He takes parts from old adding machines, typewriters, and computers and builds unique mechanical creatures, including this piece entitled <i>Darth Vader Upcycled</i>. By …

Darth Vader

Artist Hong Yi Plays with her Food for 30 Days | Colossal

<p>For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common …

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“Diane Young” and “Step”, two new songs from Vampire Weekend - The Fox Is Black

I popped on to Rdio this morning and noticed that Vampire Weekend had a new single out called “Diane Young” (you’ll get it when you hear it) from …

Great Photographs of Palm Desert by Julia Robbs - The Fox Is Black

Julia Robbs is the type of photographer who takes photos of the life you wish you lived. Whether she’s drinking espressos in the French Alps, feeding …

Goodbye, Zen Coding. Hello, Emmet!

7 min read<p>Share on Twitter or LinkedIn<p>Smashing Newsletter<p>Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month.<p>With useful tips for web devs. …

grain editWoodcum

Woodcum is the monikor for one Philip Igumnov. Similar to the Jetpack image, his flickr stream is full of this vintage, 50s style ephemera. While the …

A Quilled Paper Portrait from Yulia Brodskaya | Colossal

<p>Russian paper artist Yulia Brodskaya (previously) just finished her latest artwork, an intricate portrait of an older woman smoking a pipe using a …