Harry Whittier Frees, an American photographer who lived from 1879 to 1953, may have created the original LOLcat images! His funny photographs show adorable animals dressed up in clothes and posed in situations.
Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of artists and photographers do some highly creative things to raise the awareness of shelter animals and to help find them homes. Theron Humphrey (of Maddie on Things)
Japanese artist Hikaru Cho likes to play with perception in this series, entitled It’s Not What It Seems. She playfully redefines how an object is perceived by painting the exterior to appear like something
Budapest, Hungary-based photographer Sarolta Bn is best known for her stunningly surreal scenes that include sky high paintbrush trees and flying origami birds. To change the perception of abandoned shelter
An estimated 43 million people watched this year's Academy Awards, making it the most most watched audience for the show in over a decade (2000) and the most popular entertainment event on television the
The photo series Corpus Libris (which literally means “Body Books” in Latin) was created by Emily Pullen on one slow Thursday night at the Los Angeles independent bookstore Skylight Books, where Pullen
Brussels-based illustrator and graphic designer Laurent Durieux draws upon a variety of old films like Jaws, The Iron Giant, and The Birds as the inspiration for his series of intriguing movie posters.
Tokyo-born, London-based photographer Chino Otsuka takes the past and present photo project to a new level of expert photo manipulation with her series titled Imagine Finding Me. Rather than simply recreating
Israeli makeup artist Tal Peleg, aka Scarlet Moon, uses eyeshadow and eyeliner to do more than simply shade in her eyelids. Instead, the creative makeup genius turns eyelids into her own personal canvas
As far as pet photography goes, it doesn’t get much cuter than this. Flint is a happy-go-lucky Pomeranian that’s just as sweet and good-natured as he first appears. As his owner Robin Yu tells us, “I think
Atlanta-based graphic designer Justin Barber’s Truth and Lies series tells it like it is, while poking fun at the little white lies we all tell each other and ourselves. Whether it’s a stretch of the or