A new blog showcases incredible photos hand-picked from the New York Times picture library, dating back to 1896.
Joe and Tim are a couple of mates who met through a spot of Facebook stalking (we've all been there). Turns out they have a lot in common.
Seoul-born photographer Ye Rin Mok shoots for Apartmento, Tokion, Theme, Spin, Monocle – some of the best in the business (present company excepted!).
What do you get when you take one full moon, a bunch of gardening implements, imagination and a high-end camera? Full moon gardening portraits, that's what.
Aussie photographer Cory White documents men of note on his website Mr Blanc and this month's subject is writer-turned-knife maker (seriously) Joel Bukiewicz.
By letting off colourful smoke bombs in assorted natural landscapes for his series 'Shapes', Italian photographer Filippo Minelli seems to be saying "Shhhh", rather than "Shazam!"
Unlike many street photographers, WA-born, Tokyo-based photographer Ben Davis has taken his image-making beyond shooting photos of the cool shit he sees.
However you want to read into it, there's something immensely satisfying about watching stuff blow up. Californian engineer/amateur photographer Alan Sailer understands this implicitly.
If there's one thing you never want to see on a menu it's ocean soup, which is also code for the mass debris in the North Pacific Ocean.
A touch of mysticism pervades Uneasy, a series of images from New York-based photographer Derek Vincent.
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