These Australian Sheds Are the Ultimate Man Caves
In rural Australia, a man’s shed is his kingdom. It’s a place to drink, hang out with his buddies, work on his car, or do whatever pursuit strikes his interest. For photographer Jasper White, these individualized spaces became a matter of sociological interest when he saw a shed belonging to his sister’s neighbor on a visit in 2008.
Stunning Photographs Inspired by Edward Hopper Paintings
Although Ricahrd Tuschman enjoys going to the theater, he is slightly more attracted to the sets and lighting than to the drama unfolding on stage.
He was also attracted to the quiet sense of drama found in the paintings of Edward Hopper and used them as a launching pad for a personal project he began almost two years ago titled “Hopper Meditations.”
Inside the World’s Grandest Science Machines
As scientists around the world were busy using great machines to uncover the mysteries of the universe, photographer Stanley Greenberg made it his mission to uncover the mysteries of those machines.
Florida’s Strange and Beautiful Mermaid Theme Park
The Whimsical World Inches Above the Earth
Your shin lives in a pretty cool world.
Photographer Michael Reese has spent a year getting to know that world. He creates a humorous and fantastical series of images he titled “Inches Above Earth” that incorporates aviation into a world less than a foot off the ground.
Kenya’s Largest Slum Looks Different Than You Think
Maureen Ruddy Burkhart found herself examining her life last March while preparing to memorialize her recently deceased mother.
Enthralling and Majestic Space Photography
As long as people have been making photographs, they’ve been trying to capture the night sky and the celestial bodies that occupy it. A new exhibition at the George Eastman House, “The History of Space Photography,” traces the effort to photograph both planets and views of Earth from space over time.
This Is What a Cowboy Poet Looks Like
In the American imagination, cowboys are known for gun slinging, hard drinking, and less than friendly relations with Native Americans. But poetry—not so much. As photographer Jay B Sauceda demonstrates in his series “All-Around Cowboys,” poetry recitation and composition is, in fact, an important aspect of cowboy culture.
Combining 19th-Century Portraits With Birds for a Magical Effect
Sara Angelucci had been collecting vintage photographs for many years and wasn’t quite sure what to do with them. Although she found many of the fiber-based photographs to be beautiful, she also found them to be heartbreaking—she was the keeper of a memory of someone perhaps long forgotten. “They seemed so lost and misplaced, and no one cared about them anyone,” she said about the photographs. “It was heartbreaking to see these lost personages.”
An Immigrant Projects Herself Into the Family She Left Behind
When Pimprae Hiranprueck was 13, her parents sat her down and told her she would be leaving Thailand for a military boarding school in Florida. Her father had come to the United States in 1967 as an exchange student and wanted his daughter to receive an American education, a sentiment Hiranprueck didn’t share. “I was devastated,” she said. “For a 13-year-old girl who didn’t speak English very well, moving to a foreign country was a terrifying idea.”