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.
PopSpots: NYC Album Cover Locations, Now and Then
The exact locations where iconic album cover photographs were taken, like Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited, are tracked down in this series of transposed images.
Gallery-Worthy Gadgetry: 10 Terrific High-Tech Art Projects
Technology makes our lives better, but it can also make the world a more beautiful place. These 10 art projects all use technology to create compelling images.
Double Agent: Undercover Photographer & Guerilla Artist JR
Photographers are the subject of a medium-old question: does their work represent reality, or create new realities? This one undoubtedly does both in fantastic fashion.
Fine Art Photographer Brings Banksy's Street Art to Life
New Zealand native Linda Radosinska takes her photography to the streets in Exit Through the Thrift Shop, a stunning series of Banksy-inspired images.
Morbid Abandonments: 14 Deserted Morgues & Mortuaries
These 14 abandoned morgues and mortuaries drip with the death that they once contained, with bone saws and other relics of their past life still visible.
Decay in Detroit: Feral House Photos by James Griffioen
Photographer James Griffioen captures Detroit's 'Feral Houses', abandoned homes that are overtaken by trees and ivy, enhancing their sense of decay.
1 Trillion Frames per Second: Photos Capture Light in Motion
Nothing moves faster than light, right? True as that may be, a team at MIT has developed a method for visualizing its propagation to amazing effect.
Trashcam Project: Dumpsters Turned into Pinhole Cameras
The Trashcam Project turns dumpsters around the city of Hamburg into pinhole cameras that capture beautiful urban scenes with a hole and some photo paper.