Posts tagged "photo"
Are you a pin master with an eye for what's going viral on Pinterest? Here's a chance to win some dough for all those hours you've spent pinning cookie dough recipes.
We love the irony and juxtaposition of mixed media artist Olivia Steele's body of work, using neon light to offer expressions that speak to everyone. Check out some snaps and a clip that delves into her process.
The lucky owner of big baby blues and another sizable pair of um, assets, Kate Upton is making waves across the web with Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover bragging rights and a viral video from the always titillating Terry Richardson. She flaunts her goods in the very festive Americana bikini from O'Neill.
Gifted at capturing the romance in natural lighting, photographer Daeja Fallas creates images laced with mystical appearance, highlighting the true beauty of any model or landscape. See some of our favorite snaps of hers after the jump.
Check out this insane shot from a series of photos from the 1970's of low flying airplanes over East Boston. Unreal!
I love the cool confidence of this young chick. Window pane or not, her distance is a little too close for comfort in this captivating photo. I’m not sure whether the blood is real or just a tantalizing prop in this photo, but it’s enough to send me running!
Our dark as night feline fuzzballs hold a top tier position on the superstition hierarchy, so it's no surprise that in Hollywood's heyday they needed lots of these enigmatic creatures.
I'm digging this vintage Dior ad, mostly because I'm sure green, blue, and yellow were not necessarily popular hues at the time. It is a nice reminder though that the wild pigments of the 21st century aren't as groundbreaking as we may think!
KTV caught all of our Nuclear Summer: Swim 2012 shoot action on film, showing that everything from the accessories to the lighting and the landscape evoke an eery sense of beautiful creatures surviving some worldly disaster. Read on for stylist LIL GOVERNMENT's inspiration and the full lookbook.
I stumbled upon this great photo of a young self taught photographer from Australia, and thought I would share it with you. Check out Dakota Gordon!
Check out Richard Mosse, who creates gorgeous images creatively done with the use of color infrared film - all images are shot in the Congo.
I'm not sure what it is about our owl infatuation this year, but I thought this was a particularly pretty image of these strange creatures.