New York is a bike-friendly place where anyone can hop on a 2-wheeled vehicle and zip right past the taxis and all around town. In a city where all kinds of people sport all kinds of bikes, photographer
Vivian Maier was an amazing photographer whose talents went unrecognized during her lifetime. Back in 2011, a box filled with Maier’s negatives was discovered at a local thrift auction house in Chicago.
Straining corsets, daring swimsuits and Marlene Dietrich in full glamour mode … Horst P Horst was one of the 20th century’s master photographers, and this autumn the V&A will celebrate his life and work.
Kyoko Hamada, a young photographer, has created a series of self-portraits as she might appear when she is an older woman. Photographs and text by Kyoko Hamada If I met Kikuchiyo-san, I might just smile
Not since watching Babe have we seen such a stirring ode to the bond between a farmer and his pig(s). In Pigs and Papa, Kagawa-based photographer Toshiteru Yamaji captures the affectionate, fatherly relationship
It’s the end of an era of coin-operated grocery store rides and one photographer documents the disappearance. There was a time when outside many American storefronts, 25 cents could buy a child a two-minute
Spring is finally here, bringing with it warmer temperatures, brighter skies, and fresh green buds. For people living in Japan, the arrival of spring signifies one more thing: the beginning of cherry season.
Capa, one of the world's most distinguished war photographers, famously said: 'If your photographs aren't good enough, you're not close enough.' And close he certainly was, accompanying US forces to Europe
For all you moms out there (especially the ones that get stressed out over a messy house), this post is for you. With absolutely no little humans in sight, these photos just show evidence that kids were
Almost exactly a year ago, we showed you an eye-opening series that featured kids around the world with their most prized possession, their toys. Photographer Gabriele Galimberti has now traveled three
What is love and how do you portray such a beautiful yet abstract feeling? Last month, National Geographic asked its readers to submit photos on how they see love through their photo community Your Shot.
Photographer Ji Yeo's shots of women in the aftermath of cosmetic surgery have transfixed online audiences. But has her work changed her teenage wish to go under the knife? The photographer Ji Yeo had