These Artists Make Hyper-Realistic Dioramas of History's Most Iconic Photos
Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger's Photoshop-free pictures are actually tiny dioramas.
Art Collective Mothmeister Are Slaying Instagram with Anti-Selfie Art
Their eerie photos of human-animal hybrids walking wonderfully surreal landscapes thumb their noses at traditional beauty standards.
Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today
Derrick Lin’s supremely satisfying vignettes turn our gripes about corporate culture into art.
[NSFW] An Artist Captures NYC's Aching Libido in Photos
'BAD BOY' is the debut photo book from New Zealand-born artist Megan Christiansen.
Lil Yachty's Tour Scrapbook Is Fit for the King (of Teens)
Austin-based artist Nicholas Osella used his cut and paste ‘remixing’ style to turn tour photographer Curtis Kariuki’s images into the Lil Yachty Scrapbook.
One Year of Sobriety, Caught in Exhilarating Photos
Nick Lipton’s new photo book is a reflection on his first year sober—and even sans booze, it's a wild ride.
Cats and Plants Combine in this Transfurmational Collage Photo Book
This purrfect pawtfolio tells a tail of love between cats and plants.
Intense Painted Photos Project the Power of Female Friendship
Viviane Sassen’s new photo book, 'Roxane II,' depicts the interaction between "two female warriors."
Obama’s Photographer to Release Behind-the-Scenes POTUS Photo Book
Pete Souza is selecting his 300 best White House pics—out of 10,000 photos—for a new book called 'Obama: An Intimate Portrait: The Historic Presidency in Photographs.'
Stunning New Book Captures 23 Years of Black and White Photography
'NO PLAN B' chronicles surreal, high contrast scenes from the American suburbs to the Arctic Ocean.
Polaroid’s History Gets Captured in a Gorgeous Photo Book
The Impossible Project's co-founder Florian Kaps charts the path of 'the magical material' known as Polaroid film.
[Exclusive] Enter Roger Ballen's Dark Subconscious in 'Theatre of Apparitions'
A new animated short film made from Ballen's work captures the specters of life and death floating inside the photographer's mind.