Thomas Mailaender's “Guinness Book” series depicts his relatives proudly holding ridiculously oversized items.
Darin Mickey’s photography captures humorous, mundane observations of everyday life. He shared some images from his archive for this year’s photo issue.
Chase Middleton’s photos, with their super rich color palette and overload of carpet, feel like they were plucked out of an obscure 80s film.
In our annual photo issue, Sheida Soleimani shares new work inspired by Iran’s oil production.
Photographer Arvida Byström and stylist Lo Hallen bring Bratz Dolls to life with this surreal fashion photo shoot.
Lazy Mom, a collaboration by artists Josie Keefe and Phyllis Ma, shares food-centric photography that is brilliantly confusing for this year’s photo issue.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete’s work is often reminiscent of the photos you’d find on defunct image-hosting accounts, from gloriously depressing snapshots of Goth Day at Disneyland to sheepish fans at porn conventions.
Ontario-based photographer Alex Lysakowski’s fantastical work explores industrial architecture, structural landscape, and photo manipulation.
Jorge Garcia, founder of the NYC Street Photography Collective, says that funny photos are the most challenging to find, but also the most rewarding.
For our latest photo issue, comedian and photographer Sandy Honig shot hilariously specific images for her ongoing series SandyStock.
Martin Parr, one of the most famous photographers to come out of the UK in the last 50 years, is known for his saturated and satirical images depicting leisure and consumption in England. For this year’s photo issue he shared some images from his archive.
For our annual photo issue, legendary street photographer Jill Freedman shares a collection of funny classics from her archive.