Ewan McGregor's portrayal of Mark Renton taught me to choose life—and midnight dialogues outside of clubs.
For the post-USSR aristocrat, nothing says "loaded" like your own personal servant. Photographer Lilia Li-Mi-Yan explores the relationship between master and the help in her work.
With her ongoing photo series documenting the female residents of New South Wales, award-winning photographer Raphaela Rosella wants people to look beyond the stereotype of the young mother.
Christopher Pugmire rejste til Aserbajdsjan for at tage billeder af kvindelige olympiske wrestlere, der trænede op til de europæiske mesterskaber.
For her tenderly observed photographic series 'Section,' Elena Anosova traveled to a remote penal colony where Russian women serve out criminal sentences in painful solitude.
In the Russian wilderness of Tuva, female shamanism is alive and well—and visiting the local healer is as commonplace as a day out at the beach.
Polish photographer Joanna Piotrowska doesn't do candy-colored Tumblr shots of teens. Instead, her work explores the menace and awkwardness of adolescence.
More and more Russian men have left their homes in the countryside to seek work, leading to the unlikely rise of the village matriarchs and their tough farm daughters.
Christopher Pugmire traveled to Azerbaijan to shoot the power and glory of its national wrestling squad at work. In Baku he captured athletes from the Azeri and Mongolian national women's teams, training for the European games.