Photographer Rui Calcada Bastos uses a suitcase with a mirrored surface as the main tool for his unusual photo project called The Mirror Suitcase Man.
South African photographer Anelia Loubser created a series of vivid human portraits in black and white, turning the pictures upside down, which gave them a bizarre feeling.
American photographer Arthur Tress connected bits of childhood nightmares into a unique photo series called Dream Collector.
Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki is a native resident of Tokyo. He was born and raised in the area of Kamata, and now he tries as much as he can to show his love to his hometown.
Self-taught photographer Darren Moore creates mystical black-and-white photographs, using special equipment and the slow shutter speed technique. Turns out quite beautifully.
French photographer and artist Alain Laboile is the father of six. He decided to direct his creative energy toward creating a series of black and white photographs of his beloved children.
Czech photographer Lukas Holas has always been crazy about animals, so it’s not surprising that they are the main object of his black-and-white photographs.
An unusual photo project was presented by the famous Hollywood photographer Victoria Will. In the pictures displayed within Sundance Film Festival 2014, the world-famous celebrities were presented in an unusual way.
Young Israeli amateur photographer Guy Cohen lives and studies in Jerusalem. But he is taking pictures all over the country, periodically traveling around the world.
Minneapolis-based photographer Sarah Beth is photographing pets. Joy Sessions is a photo series that captures pet owners with their old or terminally sick dogs that have not much more to live.