As of late, emerging photographer Austin Tott has been been making a name for himself for creating quirky portraits of people surrounded or being attacked by one thing. Well, not exactly one thing, many
Finnish photographer Susanna Majuri presents a dreamy escape where the human form flows freely. The fine art photographer’s portfolio boasts a number of imaginative scenes, all taking place underwater.
Photo: What Would Yeezus Wear We'll admit it: We have an unhealthy obsession with all things Kimye. So we were both comforted and insanely jealous (why didn't we think of this!?) when we stumbled upon
Hours of crunching, sewing, and ripping go into readying a piece of footwear that lasts for just one performance. I think I've found my ASMR trigger: watching YouTube videos of ballet dancers preparing
“Mark. Wilson.” Dammit. “Marrrrk. Wilson.” Nope. “Maaaarkkkkuhh Wiiiiiiiiiiisuuoon.” There we go. This is me signing my name with my voice at Child Hotline International, on a petition to raise awareness
Javier Pérez has a knack for creating delightfully whimsical illustrations via Instagram. In the past, we’ve admired his simple line drawings combined with everyday objects; we’re now happy to share works
When artist Kat O’Sullivan (a.k.a. Katwise) and her partner Mason Brown bought a run-down, nondescript farmhouse in the middle of the woods near High Falls, New York in 2009, they knew they had to breathe
Whether it’s through tap shoes, tutus, or trash can lids, dancers have long used relatively humble technologies to amplify their artform. Now, in the era of tiny, cheap sensors, dance accessories are the