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Cascable, the iOS app that provides software tools for “modern day” photographers, has just added “Recipes” to the app’s list of features.
A former US Department of Energy photographer is accusing the US government of firing him for leaking photos of a private meeting between energy secretary Rick Perry and a big coal CEO.
The Rising Works of Crystal Liu Crystal Liu’s works are a showcase of balance and harmony. Using only a few shapes and colors she creates epic landscapes.
Some of us may give our used tea bags a second life by squeezing an extra steep out of them, but Ruby Silvious takes things a step further by using the thin paper as a canvas for miniature paintings.
Spirits of Manhattan: Kathleen White, Pioneer Works, New York, December 10, 2017–February 11, 2018 (all photos © Dan Bradica) In the Victorian era, deceased loved ones were mourned and remembered with hair jewelry, their strands lovingly woven into necklaces, bracelets, even walking sticks.
National Geographic has been publishing its magazine since 1888, so this year marks the 130th anniversary of the publication.
This piece is collaged from the artwork of Steven Weinberg and an engraving series by Theodoor van Thulden (1632–1633), which were themselves made after a series of paintings by Francesco Primaticcio in the 1530s.
Have you ever been told you look like a piece of art? Well, there might be a chance that it’s not always the good kind of art people are comparing you too.
Wesley Grim is a multi-talented photographer and digital artist currently based in Pittsburgh, PA. Wesley received his Degree in Graphic Design from Pittsburgh Technical College.
It’s always curious to find out what was happening behind the scenes of well-known films or photoshoots, however, the footage isn’t always there.
London-based collectors Claire and James Hyman have donated 125 photographs to the Yale Center for British Art, gifting key works by leading figures in British photographic history – including Bill Brandt, Bert Hardy, Roger Mayne, Tony Ray-Jones, Martin Parr, Chris Killip, Anna Fox, and Jo Spence – to the 44-year-old institution in New Haven in the US.
Photographer Helena Georgiou captures subjects that are often overlooked as we all go about our everyday lives.
2017 saw some fine examples of advertising from companies big and small alike. Here are 18 of the best ones.
“If we don’t confront the evils within ourselves, we’ll never be forced to take action against the evils in our world.” This is what Cleon Peterson told Juxtapoz when we asked him about the themes behind his massive new museum show, Shadow of Men, on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver thi
We all want the best for our kids. However, it doesn’t seem like all toy designers want the same thing.
The Omoshiro Block by Triad uses laser-cutting technology to create what, at first glance, just looks like a normal notepad, but after use, turns into some of the most popular architectural sites in Japan, from Kyoto’s Kiyomizudera Temple to Tokyo Tower.
While the image of a working mother and wife doesn’t surprise anyone these days, back in the 1950’s it was an odd occurrence.
Some of these photos look more like abstract paintings, but they're actually drone shots taken by brothers J.P.
Melbourne-based artist Rose Wei aka Zhu Ohmu — uses art to explore the connection between human and nature.
When working with hundreds of layers within multiple documents in Photoshop, it's easy to spend too much time wasting time on things that can be done quicker with shortcuts or alternative methods.