Zoo Portraits is a fun series of lighthearted, beautifully executed photo manipulations that place animal heads on well-dressed human shoulders.
Photographer Lalage Snow photographed and interviewed British soldiers before they were sent to Afghanistan, after three months' service, and days after they returned home.
Using a special "light carving" technique, the trees come alive with light that ranges in color and brightness.
Some people get a thrill by riding on a roller coaster or driving a fast car, but some others get their thrill by skywalking, which consists of scaling tall structures without safety equipment.
Hilarious photography project called Blow Job depicts individuals being blasted in the face with 100mph high-powered wind.
Photographer Nacho Rojo and his girlfriend are the subjects of his series Couples, where the two present themselves into everything from bookish, nerdy types to rockabilly, tattooed fiends.
Take a look at his celebrity portraits of everyone from Quentin Tarantino to Chris Rock and you'll notice a common theme running throughout his work.
Sometimes the resemblance between parent and child or between siblings is really obvious.
The idea of this creative high school graduation photo album belongs to the students of one Russian school.
Planking is described as the practice of lying down flat with arms to the side, to mimic a wooden plank.
Today, we bring you a compilation of vertigo inducing photos that include rooftopping pictures, aerial shots and more.
Old snapshots are brought back to the site where they were originally taken and are photographed in the present day.
Size disparity has been an interest in artist Christopher Boffoli's life since he was a small boy enjoying Gulliver's Travels.
Sarah and Thad Lawrence use Photoshop to create a hilarious photo album that records their relationship in a surreal form.
SKYplay is an entertaining and whimsically beautiful Flickr group that features images of people playing with cloud formations in the sky.
Series of photos that depict children reenacting major current events and headlines of our time.
These pictures taken by amateur astronomer turned photographer Laurent Laveder show people painting, throwing, catching and bouncing the moon.
Photographer Peter Menzel took a photo survey of the diets of families around the world, documenting what they purchased and ate in the course of a week.
No, this is just an art-project called "Devour" who takes pictures of the bottoms of cooking pans, which happen to look an awful lot like planets.
Celebrities pose as Disney characters for photographer Annie Leibovitz in a series of portraits for an ongoing theme park advertising campaign.
Irina Werning, a Buenos Aires Photographer asked friends and family to "re-enact" old photos of themselves for an ongoing project.
French photographer Leo Caillard created a set of of pictures called Art Game and War Game where he incorporated highly retouching skills and 3D editing.
If retro gaming characters lived among us, it might look something like Aled Lewis' photographs.
Did you know that initially the terminator robot was built by Soviet soldiers during WW2. Don't believe? We have photo report from back then.
In China, bikes are everywhere! From tires to rubbish, nothing is too heavy or too big to fit on a bike, you just need the right amount of rope.
Russian artist Dmitry Maximov eloquently captures one of our most painful emotions in these set of pictures.
Glowing colors illuminate the surrounding objects creating even more dazzling images, and people are combined with the light art to create remarkably whimsical photos.
Stormtroopers aren't fighting in battles every single day like you see in the Star Wars films. Here is what they do when they have some free time.
Light paintings, also known as light drawing or light graffiti, is a photography technique in which exposures are usually made at night or in a darkened room.
Japanese designer, Nagi Noda, used animals as her inspiration and as you see, these hats sport a rabbit, poodle, owls and even an elephant.
As an art director for the last 10 years, Pierre Beteille sees his self-portraits as a way to creatively express himself.
With a technique called forced perspective you can create optical illusions that make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is.
The amateur bug photographer John Hallmen photographs the insects and spiders, magnifying his subjects to present them in intricate details.