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The Joys, Disappointments, & Triumphs of an Autistic Boy

Four years ago, the Italian photographer Fabio Moscatelli met a boy named Gioele through a mutual friend, and he embarked on a lifelong friendship. …

Drawing

Joseph Ford is a 39-year-old photographer from Brighton. He creates images seamlessly camouflaging people into backgrounds using knitwear made by Nina Dodd. It can take Dodd, 51, up to 40 hours to knit one item of clothing

Nina Kraviz

Fantastical Narratives of Strange Creatures and Landscapes

Further West by Portland-based photographer and creative director Mako Miyamoto is an exploratory series of several narratives that explores a …

Photography

Photography,Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize,Culture,National Portrait Gallery,Art and design,Awards and prizes,Art<p>The annual Taylor Wessing prize exhibition showcases new work from some of the world’s most exciting contemporary photographers. Those selected for inclusion in the …

Photography

'People of Cuba' Will Lave You Feeling As Though You Visited Yourself

<b>All images by Joroen Nieuwhuis. Used under a Creative Commons License.</b><p>Amsterdam based photographer, Jeroen Nieuwhuis, of New Day Studio, has …

The Most Stunning Wildlife Photos of 2017 Are Here And Holy Crap

These pictures will make everything better.<p>Beneath the Antarctic ice, Weddell seals play in underwater caverns. Resplendent quetzals deliver food to …

Accidental Wes Anderson | Photos Of Real Places That Belong In A Wes Anderson Film

There are directors and visionaries, and few who are truly both. Wes Anderson is the latter, and in modern day filmmaking he has, arguably, the most …

Beauty and Color: Scenes From Ethiopia

Ethiopia is home to more than 100 million people—the second most-populous nation in Africa. It is also composed of wildly varying landscapes, and an incredible diversity of ethnic and religious groups. Getty Images photographer Carl Court reports that “Lonely Planet recently ranked Ethiopia among …

Africa

The Movie Set World of Real Life Cowboys

Karoliina Paatos’ project and book, <i>American Cowboy</i>, is full of things we recognise about the American West. Blue jeans, big skies, cowboy hats; …

Family Drama

Members of a Brazilian Indigenous Tribe Projected Onto the Amazon Rainforest by Photographer Philippe Echaroux | Colossal

<p>In a gesture to draw attention to the massive deforestation ravaging the Amazon rainforest, French photographer and street artist Philippe Echaroux …

Your Extreme Climate and Adventure Photos

Paragliding

Leica M Edition 60: A year's shooting with the father of the M-D

All photographs in this article by John Reynolds using the Leica M Edition 60 and 35mm SummiluxThe moment he opened the box I knew what was going to …

A Bright Interval: Street Portraiture Series by François Ollivier

<b>François Ollivier</b> is a talented self-taught photographer and art director, who was born in the south of France and currently based in Montreal, …

Los Trumpistas: Trump's Latino Supporters

We think we know the archetypal Trump voter: white, male, blue-collar, angry. But are these really the only people who will vote for the Republican candidate this November?<p>It's time to meet an unexpected pro-Trump contingent: the Latinos who will vote for him on November 8th.<p>Given his virulent …

Street Photographer Captures Mexico's Complexity Over 30 Years

Surreal Burning Man Photos by Victor Habchy Will Blow Your Mind

Photographer Victor Habchy has attended the Burning Man festival since 2014, letting his camera capture a visual diary of the surreal atmosphere. His Burning Man photos document the creativity that unfolds in the Nevada desert like a surreal dream come to life. Habchy, who is color blind, …

David Alan Harvey’s shots of Rio and Bahia, taken over the course of a decade, look beyond the cliches of bikini babes, crime-ridden favelas and Christ the Redeemer

Brazil

Photographing Italy’s Independent Shops, Before It’s Too Late

Independent shops shaped Italy’s cities for centuries. Are they finally succumbing to the big box store?<p>For the photographer Francesco Pergolesi, his hometown of Spoleto, Italy, is synonymous with the mom-and-pop shops that pepper its streets. When he returned home after studying in Rome, he …

The Best New Images from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

Russell crater dunes, June 28, 2016.<br>NASA/JPL/University of Arizona<p>1 of 15<p>August has been an extra productive month for the team working with NASA's …

Antony Spencer: Making Landscape Photographs That Stand Out

<i>All images by Antony Spencer. Used with permission.</i><p>“In a mad dash to outdo the rest of the photography world, it seems to me that landscape …

Elimination Method

I don't like a person who is in groups; I like a person who is alone. So I take photos of lonely people as the center of the world.<p>In cases where the person is with someone, I capture them in a moment when they appear as if alone. Then, everyone comes to seem like a precious presence, an important …

‘When someone like Warren Kirk drifts in with his camera, bringing his patient eye to sites of modest dreaming, something entrancing happens,’ writes Helen Garner in the introduction to Kirk’s new book, Westography: Images of a Vanishing Suburbia.<p>The Melbourne photographer has spent a decade …

Photography

Faubourg Tremé: Life on the Streets of New Orleans

Over ten years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the project “Faubourg Tremé” focuses on the daily life of the population living in one of the most legendary and historical districts of New Orleans. When it comes to African-American culture in the city, Tremé lies at the heart.<p>Each …

Here Are the Best Travel Photos of 2016

National Geographic has selected the winning photos of 2016 for its prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year photo contest. The grand prize photo, …

Beautiful and Eerie Landscape Photos Inspired by Game of Thrones

If you’re already missing <i>Game of Thrones</i>—and let’s be honest, who isn’t?—we’ve got a little pick-me-up for you courtesy of talented (and colorblind) …

Photography

This Forgotten Hotel in Mozambique Is Home to 1,000 Squatters

In the mid-20th century, says The Netherlands-based photographer Ferry Verheij, the Grande Hotel promised to bring wealth and prosperity to Beira, …

Swimming Pools

The Dawn War

Following the offensive of the jihadist Islamic State organization and the siege of Iraq's second largest city, Mosul, on the 10th of June 2014, as well as the declaration of the Caliphate ruled by an rigorist and extremist vision of Islamic law - by Abu Baker Al Baghadadi, the self-declared Caliph …

60 Magnum Photographers Reveal Their Most ‘Decisive Moment’

<i>“The day I took this photo, I climbed the stairs to the top floor of a building, which was riddled with bullet holes. When I was leaving one</i> …

The Cowboys of the Twenty-First Century

The photographer Jane Hilton became enamored with the American West at an early age. Growing up in suburban England, her father made sure she was exposed to John Wayne, <i>Stagecoach</i>, and <i>The Virginian</i>. An infatuation with the American dream took hold and soon, Hilton would find herself roadtripping …

New Mexico