Washington DC-based portrait photographer Jonathan Thorpe captures an incredible image of his friend and model Heather Byrd, in which the young woman (who also happens to be a cancer patient) is at the center of a thought-provoking recreation of Botticelli’s Birth of Venus. Standing in as the Goddess of Love and Beauty, Byrd is in the nude, exposing a deep sense of…
Dads are the Original Hipsters is a single-topic blog that really puts things into perspective. Though the facial hair, thick-rimmed glasses, and mismatched clothing patterns are carefully selected by hipsters today, it was an unintentional choice by dads in the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
If you're a 20- or 30-something-year-old right now, you might recognize the…Continue
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California-based photographer Brian McCarty's ongoing project, titled WAR-TOYS, explores the subject of warfare, as seen through the eyes of innocent children for whom the military tanks and artillery are a reality that surrounds them on a daily basis. The contemporary artist, who is no stranger to working with toys, decided to embark on this project in 2011, using found figurines as his…
Indianapolis-born, Boston-based photographer Caleb Cole takes on the personas of a variety of people, regardless of gender and age, for his series titled Other People's Clothes. Despite placing himself in front of the camera, the photographer's intention is not to present a traditional self-portrait series. The project, which began in 2007, exhibits a number of characters in a…
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