Libby Oliver photographed individuals wearing every single piece of clothing they own. Beautiful.
In Connection By Djeneba Aduayom.
The idea of a fashion brand having kids model their grown-up clothes is all kinds of fantastic. Love these photos!
I am in love with these weird, headless photographs by Guiseppe Pepe.
Oh, I like this Leather Adjustable Wrist Strap to keep your DSLR Camera from slipping out of your hands.
Inspired by the way New York based photographer Phil Toledano reflects on his creative life.
(He is speaking at CreativeMornings/NYC tomorrow. YAY!)
These images by Aleksey Kondratyev Captures of ‘Ice Fishers’ are stunning.
This photo by Brooke DiDonato made me laugh.
Stefan Draschan spent countless hours visiting different museums in Paris, Vienna and Berlin where he would wait for visitors to match with a piece of art. Beautiful.
Csilla Klenyánszki’s Photography made me look. Click through to IGNANT to see more.
Don’t have a green thumb? Get this Green Home Print instead of plants.
Chromatin is the animated variation of Medina Dugger’s Chroma photo project which celebrates women’s hair styles in Nigeria. Made me look.
This aerial photograph by Niaz Uddin made me gasp. I wouldn’t mind being that person in that kayak right now.
Watch places in idyllic 1960s postcards transform into scenes of abandonment.
Melissa Kaseman photographs the contents of her three-year-old son’s pockets as part of what she calls “a taxonomy report of a child’s imagination.” Beautiful!
Powerful 2011 ad by Leica on never changing their brand identity: “When you keep being different from everything, changing makes no sense.”
These failed panorama shots gone bad made me laugh.
“Young Explorers” is a series of short films about what happens when you allow kids who are very young—who have just learned to walk by themselves—to explore the world completely on their own. Congratulations to the filmmaker Jacob Krupnick.
Don’t have a green thumb or can’t have plants for another reason? Put some plants on your walls. Leaf Print 1 and Leaf Print 2.
In September 1942, Office of War Information photographer Marjory Collins paid a visit to the offices of the New York Times, located at the iconic One Times Square and an annex on 43rd Street. Click through to see them all. Beautiful!