Published May 15, 2015
Tags: amusement park, Disneyland, enjoyment, Islamabad, Muhammed Muheisen, Pakistan, photographer, photography, pic, picture, playtime, Rawalpindi, refugee, Six Flags
Photo essay from photographer, Muhammed Muheisen, tells the story of –
On the outskirts of the Pakistani twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, several makeshift amusement parks have arisen as places where children are free to laugh, play, and enjoy their youth with their friends and family. The neighborhoods that these parks are built in house thousands of refugees who have fled homes from regional conflict. But for less than 5 cents per ride, these children are free to do what they do best — be kids.
Go to photos.
AwkwardFamilyPhotos presented this collection of bad children’s books. They may, or may not, be real, but they are funny and definitely inappropriate. NSFW
Check them out HERE.
Published April 30, 2015
Tags: art, cartoon, Collaboration, comic, creative, Drawing, illustration, Parenting, pic, picture
I don’t know anything about this set of pictures. Apparently, the artist lets her 4-year-old daughter help with with her drawings. I think the results are quite good and unexpected.
See the pics HERE.
Published April 14, 2015
Tags: comic, comic book hero, Comic Con, funny, humor, Martin Beck, ordinary, photography, pic, picture, Super Hero, Superheroes, SuperMan
From AwkwardFamilyPhotos –
Photographer Martin Beck challenges the stereotype of Superheroes revealing them not as over-the-top comic book characters but rather as the normal everyday people around us. The “We Can Be Heroes” photographic series will be exhibited at the Middle East Film and now showing at Comic Con (MEFCC) from April 9th to 11th, 2015.
View all the heroes HERE.
CoolDigitalPhotography posted a set of 34 pics featuring mothers and daughters.
See them all HERE.
From mental_floss –
Every year, Smithsonian.com lets photographers all over the world submit their work to the annual photo contest. This year, there were more than 26,500 entries from 93 different countries. Ten photos were selected from each category (Natural World, Travel, People, Americana, Altered Images, and Mobile) and now, it’s up to the readers to pick their favorites. The voting is happening all month, so be sure to head over there and throw in your two cents. The winner of the readers’ choice will win a $500 prize. Here are some of the finalists of the 12th annual photo contest.
View the images HERE.
Published February 24, 2015
Tags: adobe, creative, photo editing, photo manipulation, photography, photoshop, pic, picture, pixel art, software, surreal, visual artist
From MyModernMet.com –
Happy Birthday, Photoshop! Twenty-five years ago, this week, a little graphics editing program named Photoshop was born. Fast forward a few decades and now we’re living in a world where surreal-looking images are all around us. As part of the celebration, Adobe has launched a search for 25 of the most creative visual artists under the age of 25. Are you one of them? They’re looking for artists that represent the future of Photoshop. In other words, someone making “the most innovative, forward-looking work out there.”
Continue reading and see all 25 photos HERE.