An Le is a talented fashion and editorial photographer, who was born Saigon, Vietnam and currently based in New York, USA. He worked with Vogue.it, Harper’s Bazaar Latin America, L’Officiel Singapore, Tatler, Flaunt, Tush, Odda, Scene, and more.
Dino Tomic, a talented Croatian tattoo artist in Norway, likes to create gripping realistic drawings when he’s not tattooing clients. His drawings, whether drawing upon horror and sci-fi elements or looking to realistic models for inspiration, pulse with dynamic force.
Modern and sophisticated are words not usually associated with comics, making this series all the more awesome. The artist behind this fantastic line of art is RoganJosh a.k.a. modHero from Astoria, NY. All posters in this series are available for purchase. Visit Etsy for more
With the celebrated announcement of the Apple Watch, we took the idea and applied it to the much anticipated device. The designs revealed thus far are rather reserved so we took some of our favorite fashion designers and brands and imagined what the Apple Watch
An anonymous man who goes by the moniker ‘Naked Handstander’ seems to be on a mission to capture as many photos of himself doing naked handstands in various places around the world. On his website, the Naked Handstander posted photos of himself doing handstands in
Located in Klevan, Ukraine, this is definitely one of the most romantic spots you could ever hope to visit. You could say it’s a bit hidden, and you could even say it’s in the middle of nowhere. If you don’t speak the language make sure you
Perfectly timed, perfectly angled. Couldn’t be more perfect. It almost makes want to break out my tape measure and make sure it’s perfectly proportional, too, but for some reason I don’t even feel it’s necessary. Photo by REUTERS/Luke MacGrego
Ian Maddox is probably the worst and most factually unreliable candidate for writing his own bio. He has a propensity to grossly exaggerate, to augment accounts, and to err on the side of sensationalism. So for your benifit, instead of the usual fatuous and linguistically
US-based artist Robert DeJesus has been accepting commissions by strangers to draw Japanese anime-inspired portraits of themselves based on photographs they submit. Using pencil, DeJesus incorporates the typical visual characteristics of an anime character—like large eyes, big hair and exaggerated expressions—into his drawings.
42-year-old American photographer Chip Phillips traveled thousands of miles in search of ideal landscapes. According to him, he had never seen anything more wonderful than a foggy sunrise over the Palouse region of Washington State. Chip’s photos have been published in various magazines, including Popular Photography and