LET’S RIDE DOG Photograph by ALEX GAGE Website | Flickr | Twitter Posted earlier this week to Flickr’s official Facebook page, this candid capture by Alex Gage of A Good Eye Photography, shows a dog sitting like a human as him and his owner cruise down Bond Street in London. The drool, the
Between 2004 and 2007, photographer James Mollison attended concerts across Europe and the USA with a mobile photography studio, inviting fans of each music star or band to pose for their portrait outside the gig. He subsequently combined portraits of eight to ten fans for each performer into a
A group of friends in Kaunas, Lithuania have teamed up to create a hilarious series of photos to highlight their city’s egregious pothole situation. The group of friends, who call themselves Ž999, posted a 40-picture album to Facebook. According to the BBC, road safety is a big issue in
Weird Beauty is a collaboration between photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan (featured previously). On the Behance project page, Khokhlov explains: The ‘Weird Beauty’ project is made in collaboration with great make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan. In these series we
Spanish artist Antonio Mora specializes in creating dream-like self-portraits blended with landscapes and other imagery. The results are similar to double-exposure photography, except these images are superimposed digitally. Mora even does custom ‘dream portraits’ for people if they provide an
2009 was an exciting time for Ben Nunery and his soon to be wife Ali. The couple was not only about to get married but they had just closed the deal on their first home. To celebrate both occasions they decided to take their wedding photos in their empty home with the help of Ben’s sister,
Junebug Weddings recently announced their top 50 wedding photos of 2015 in its Best of the Best Wedding Photo Collection. For the last seven years Junebug has been hosting wedding photography contests and its annual “Best of the Best Wedding Photography Contest” is its oldest and most popular.
Imagine Finding Me is a series of unique double self-portraits which are created around a collection of childhood photographs taken from artist Chino Otsuka’s family album. In these digitally manipulated images, her present and past selves are snapped together in various locations and