American photographer Jack Radcliff documents the life of his daughter Alison since her birth in Baltimore in 1975. What started as the ordinary family photos eventually grew into the years-long project aimed to capture every moment of her life objectively, without the parental intervention, in order to create a realistic portrait of Alison stretched in time since her birth till now.
It totally looks like a Need For Speed track. Besides that resemblance, it’s damn impressive and ballsy… yet so stupid and dangerous…
These are cool gif images that can describe the daily life familiar to many of us.
Here comes a new selection of photos from the “Back To The Future” project by Irina Werning. Isn’t it cool to take your old picture and recreate the same old scene with you many years later?
Muammar Gaddafi’s death yesterday was a triumphant day for the Libyan people and marked a new beginning for the much-maligned country. Choppy video uploaded to YouTube revealed that the 69-year-old had been killed in his coastal hometown of Surt by what appeared to be a bullet to the head. His last moments on Earth appeared as violent as his 42-year dictatorship.
The photographer Patrick Cariou spent and entire decade following a variety of Gypsies as they move throughout Europe. He took pictures of French, Slovakian, Romanian, Turkish, Iranian, Afghan and Indian gypsies. While most seem fairly poor, the French gypsies travel in style. The result of the photographer's work is shocking.
With Gypsies, Patrick retraces in reverse the migration of the Rom people (the Gypsies' own term for themselves) from Western to Eastern Europe, through the Middle East, and ultimately to India, the home of their ancestors. The original journey was an epic, thousand-year odyssey.
The difference between the real life of bachelor and how he pictures it.
These are transparent specimens of sea life. Iori Tomita is an artist and an undergrad who studies ichthyology. His work is the New World Transparent Specimens created through a lengthy process that uses dyes, enzymes, and preservatives. He is trying to show people the hidden side of natural beauty that they might miss normally.
North Korea is one of the top secret countries in the world. Most photos of local life that appear in media show us military exercises and pompous parades. Finally, photographer Charlie Crane from Great Britain obtained permission to take pictures of daily life in this country. He was accompanied by a guide, but he still had a lot of opportunities to glimpse into the daily routine of ordinary North Koreans.