Creating art can be akin to solving a puzzle. Once you have an idea of what you want to create, you’ve got to figure out how the elements will come together and make your vision a reality. This is how the artist Hieu Nguyen, aka kelogsloops, approaches his gorgeous watercolor paintings. Blending elements of fantasy with a realistic style of illustration, the storybook imagery is arresting in its emotion and attention to detail.
In Lucknow, India, a small family-run workshop is helping preserve a prehistoric artistic tradition.
Photographer Donal Boyd is known for his intimate portraits of wildlife.
Photographer Documents the Magical Moments When Indigenous Peruvians Visited Machu Picchu for the First Time [Interview]
Every year over 1.5 million people visit Peru's Machu Picchu. This gem of the Inca Empire attracts tourists from around the world who endure a long hike to view the 15th-century citadel in all its glory. Local porters are a critical part of Machu Picchu's tourism, as they carry supplies and break down camp for tourists as they make their way along the Inca Trail.
Brazilian biologist, photographer, and National Geographic Explorer Leo Lanna is passionate about nature.
When we last caught up with American photographer Nicole Chan, it was February 2020 and the world was on the...
Conservation photographer Ami Vitale is known for her incredible ability to support local communities that are making an impact. This is made clear through her championing of Kenya's Reteti Elephant Sanctuary. As the first community-owned and run elephant sanctuary in Africa, Reteti cares for orphaned elephants. The Samburu community opened the sanctuary in 2016 and Vitale has been with them every step of the way.
Photographer Thurstan Redding was working primarily as a fashion photographer when he had two memorable encounters with cosplayers in the...
Like many of us, filmmaker and photographer Rory Langdon-Down found his life altered by the pandemic.
Algerian street photographer Imed Kolli uses his camera to form a connection with others. For the past seven years, he's used his creativity to study the human condition, often focusing on people who live on the fringes of society. The results are haunting portraits that capture the spirit of these models, who are all just ordinary people that Kolli encounters.
Alan Hawes works as a registered nurse at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
Photographer Captures Neowise Comet, Milky Way, and Northern Lights All in Once-in-a-Lifetime Photo [Interview]
When Stanley Aryanto left his day job to pursue his passion as a photographer, he never could have imagined the...