Philippa Stanton is a UK based fine artist and mobile photographer. She believes finding beautiful jigsaws can be really tricky, so basically she has decided to design her own, photographing her very own vintage books and collections. You can pre-order her new jigsaw designs here.
Thousands of photographers from 65 countries submitted their work for the first Aerial Photography Awards. The jury selected 106 winning photos across 22 categories, including Abstract, Architecture, Constructions, Daily life, Landscapes, Sports, Travel, and Wildlife.
Belgian photographer Sebastien Nagy won the title of Aerial Photographer of the Year for his strong showing in the competition. His photo of a Santorini hotel won first place in the Hotels category.
In Tatsuya Tanaka’s ongoing Miniature Calendar, objects take a new meaning. Since I discovered him in 2015, he continues to create his amazing miniature scenes of everyday life combining his collection of diorama items with familiar objects. His consistency is impressive: he creates a new scene every day.
Back stage of a haute couture fashion show in Paris 1989. I love this photo by Magnum photographer Ferdinando Scianna.
After spending the first years of his life in Sicily, Scianna became a specialist in the Sicilian way of life and spent many years documenting the culture of the island. His collaboration with the model Marpessa Hennink and Dolce & Gabbana resulted in iconic pictures.
These are images by RK, a Japanese photographer, graphic designer and DJ, based in Tokyo. Although nowadays, RK uses DSLR for commercial work, he was also known as an “iPhone photographer”, where he shot and edited his images only on iPhone.
As the creators say” The chickens in this book are the protagonists and are photographed as Top models because they had natural born talent.”
This face! Shot for Martha Stewart Kids 2004 by Italian photographer Tosca Radigonda.
A selection of images from the feed of Adam Hillman, aka Witenry.