Nico Beighton’s photos make us feel like we’ve gone back in time.
The photography that graces The Adventure Handbook’s website is so good, they’ve decided to throw an IRL photo comp (in Sydney, to be precise). About bloody time.
It turns out the Windy City has more going for it than great music and lots of, ah, wind: it also has some of the best-looking garage doors we’ve ever seen.
Photographer Robert Clark captures professional taxidermy artists in their natural state.
Ryan Cremer’s photos are an attempt to preserve an endangered species: the small town pub.
To celebrate the end of the working week, here are some photos of dogs that have been made to look like other animals. Because why the hell not.
What makes a person metal? Is it the mascara? The mane? The combination of vulnerability and aggression? If you know the answer, the people in these photos would like to hear from you.
If you’re looking for a photographer who can capture the Australian bush in all its rugged beauty (as well as the people who call it home), Joshua Cunliffe is your guy.
Tom Keifer takes photos of the personal items that have been confiscated from migrants and smugglers trying to pass into the U.S. His shots take a story usually told in statistics and political rhetoric, and turn in into something far more personal.
Taken during a seven-year road trip in the 1970s, Stephen Shore's photos show just how extraordinary the ordinary can be.
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