Hammers, toothbrushes, and false sets of teeth—it all ends up in the same place.
Voyaging great lengths to document the realities of the once mighty Cold War powers, Melbourne-based cinematographer Edward Goldner shares an outsider's celebration of life in Russia.
The photographer known as Boogie has been documenting street life, gang violence, and crime in marginalized communities for two decades.
Break up that connecting flight and soak up some sun as you explore this sprawling Southern California city.
These photographs capture the only way to eat fruit, alone and in public.
Photographer Denis Vejas documents the practices of one of the country's last Sufi dervishes.
Following the fall of the Soviet Union, a number of Polish highlanders emigrated to America looking for bread but hoping to come back and use the favourable exchange rate to build spacious manors in the homeland.
Exploring ancient Mayan ruins and swimming in natural sinkholes two hours south of Cancun.
Every year, hippies, anarchists, artists, and reincarnations of religious figures come together at the Rainbow Gathering to celebrate love and peace.
Some photos from Christ's coronation, which took place in Krakow last weekend.
The British photographer on her mission to "entice people away from lazy thinking" and the strength in her fellow female image makers.
The debut monograph by award-winning photographer Nish Nalbandian immerses you in the turmoil of day-to-day life during the Syrian Civil War.
Tucked into marshland by a forest in northern France are the traces of a refugee camp we've barely heard about.
According to Fabian Muir, to get the shots others haven't you just need to learn to shoot quickly and subtly.
"Never before or since have I witnessed an unnatural disaster on such a scale," writes photographer Sebastião Salgado, who documented the aftermath of the Iraqi army setting Kuwait oil wells ablaze in the early 90s.
At Javits Center in Manhattan, the crowd was there to witness the breaking of a glass ceiling. Instead, everything else was broken.
Follow Hamilton Morris as he journeys through a Salvia divinorum ceremony in the forests of Oaxaca.
The completion of the Ilisu Dam will result in the destruction of more than 248 miles of the Tigris's ecosystem, lead to the relocation of up to 70,000 people, and submerge numerous settlements.
Take a glimpse of Russian photographer Katya Rezvaya's new series about Dr. Andrei Gnezdilov, a therapist and author of scientific studies and books on the therapeutic values of fairy tales.
These street photos by Richard Sandler are "also a love-letter. A love-letter to our world and everyone around us," writes Jonathan Ames in the photographer's new book 'The Eyes of the City.'
And look, we've got a gallery of some of those photos.
Avery L. White's dramatic photographs of people in the thick of the Standing Rock protests.
The fact that they won't be able to vote for Trump because he's running in another country didn't deter them one bit.
GIFRIENDS captured some of the chaos at both Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade and the PUPkin Dog Costume Contest in Fort Greene.