Dronestagram – a resource where every day people share photographs taken with aerial drones flying through. This is the main rule. Every year on this resource arrange a contest for the best photo. This year the contest is over and we are ready to present you the winners
New Jersey-based photographer George Steinmetz, known for his amazing aerial photographs taken from a paraglider, recently shot a series of gorgeous aerial photographs of New York City for a photo essay by The New Yorker. Taken over the past year, the overhead photographs capture iconic
The Ballerina Project is an ongoing exploration of the elegant beauty of ballet dancers as seen through the lens of photographer Dane Shitagi. Rather than being confined to a studio, Shitagi prefers to photograph his subjects outside on the streets, inspired by the rawness and
American model Ashley Smith heads to the skatepark for a recent shoot for surf and skate lifestyle brand RVCA. The blonde beauty poses for Mike Piscitelli of Bernstein & Andriulli for the relaxed snaps. The photographer even explains how he got the images to look
US designer Sarah FitzPatrick has created an alphabet titled “Runner’s Alphabet”. Each letter is an illustration of items or things related to runners. For instance, the letter “B” is made up of two medals, and the overlapping of two sports bra forms the letter “E”.
Brooklyn artist Danielle Mastrion created a mural honoring the 25th anniversary of the Beasties’ sophomore LP, Paul’s Boutique, at the very location shown on the album cover, in the LES.
João Bracourt is a surfer, a fisherman and one of Portugal’s most popular surf photographers with photos published in the best surf mags including The Surfers Journal, Stab magazine and Surf Europe. For WHUDAT he exclusively put together some of his favourite surfing images from
Wanting to poke fun at blogs promoting street fashion and trends, stylists Isla Bell Murray and Jessica Saia decided to come up with their own literal take on the term “street style”. They wrote, “If anything, the street is usually out of focus or is
Above the grit and noise of the street, downtown Los Angeles quietly provides some of the most amazing visual detail in its buildings and public art works. This is a selection of those buildings and public arts filmed across some 50 different locations in the
French artist Léo Dorfner has created a collection of lovely mixed-media artworks, titled “Smoke Signals”. He transformed these empty Gitanes cigarette packs into canvases for his art pieces.