Camouflage Posters Turn 3D Reality into 2D Illusions
Three-dimensional reality wrinkles and folds when photographic posters of scenes are placed on top of the actual scenes in a form of urban camouflage.
Material Worlds: All Their Possessions in Just One Picture
After a recent look at urban Europeans posing with all they own, this potent look at rural Asian families and their worldly possessions is nothing if not a stark contrast.
Ghost Architecture: Building Demolition Photo Composites
These pictures highlight a dark new perspective on the processes of urban deconstruction, showing before, during and after images of once-proud civic structures.
San Francisco Past & Present: Blended Images from 1906 and 2012
It's amazing to see just how far San Francisco has come since the 1906 earthquake in these incredible composite images of past and present by Shawn Clover.
Rural Ruins: 20 Eerie Images of Abandonments
The countryside is littered with abandoned structures, from weathered stables and barns about to collapse to stately manors that have fallen into ruin.
Daring Dress-Up in All Kinds of Recycled Outfits
Fashion photography typically involves some kind of clothing. But in this series, consumer products such as Coke cans and M&Ms stand in for high fashion.
Interior Aerial Photos: Room Portraits Show Personal Stories
Day in and day out we see the same rooms in the same ways. But what if you could get a unique new view on your home, office, school or favorite coffee shop ... from above?
21st Century Tintypes: Incredible Old-Fashioned Photography
Photographer Michael Shindler revived the nearly-dead art of tintypes, taking high-definition portraits of thousands of subjects in his San Francisco studio.
All You Own: Can You Fit Your World into One Photograph?
Many of us own so much stuff it can be hard to quantify what lurks between all of our cupboards, closets, drawers and more. Can you cram it all inside just one picture?
Pixelated Portraits Made of Crayons by Christian Faur
Row after row of carefully chosen crayons come together into stunning reproductions of Great Depression-era photographs in Christian Faur's portrait series.