Airportraits

Monday May 29, 2017

Mike Kelley stitches multiple photos of planes taking off into single, mesmerising shots.

Every year, thousands of sheep descend upon the streets of Northern Italy as they retrace their centuries-old migration paths and navigate new obstacles. Stefano Carnelli’s photos capture the stampede in all its bleating glory. 

Hold on to your seat: Aydın Büyüktaş’ digitally altered landscape photos make the world look like one giant roller coaster ride.

Taking pictures of America’s last picture shows. 

Yasmin Mund: Hôtel Hôtel

Saturday May 06, 2017

Is there anywhere quite like Southern France? Yes, by the looks of these photos by National Geographic award-winning photographer Yasmin Mund, which give the place a certain Hollywood feel.

This chef decided to “plate up” the world’s military ration meals as if they were being served at a Michelin-starred restaurant – and now we want to eat them.  

The French photographer was a major influence on director Wes Anderson. 

J Henry Fair's aerial photos capture the beauty and the horror of the planet's industrial sites. 

Lonely Skyscrapers

Tuesday April 25, 2017

Here’s something you don’t see every day: photos of skyscrapers all on their lonesome. Photographer Florian Mueller is the genius behind the lens.

New Zealand photographers Greta van der Star and Tim Flower stumbled on this abandoned 1960s-era hotel while driving through NZ. We're sure glad they had their cameras on them.