Salavat Fidai is an amazing artist who hand carves miniature sculptures from the tip of the pencils. The amount of detail he can put into these miniature sculptures is absolutely amazing. Check it out!Read More →
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MEET DAVE SIMS, A PERSONAL TRAINER FROM ENGLAND. STARTING JULY 2ND, HE’S GOING TO PILOT HIS YELLOW CHOPPER THROUGH THE ENTIRE TOUR DE FRANCE ROUTE TO RAISE MONEY FOIR CHARITY, AND TO BRING A TOUCH OF INNOCENCE BACK TO A SPORT THAT HAS BEEN DRAGGED THROUGH THE MUD IN RECENT YEARS.
More than 2,000 miles long and crossing some of …Read More →
NATIONAL PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION AWARDED FIRST PRIZE IN THE “SPORTS” CATEGORY TO A PHOTO OF A YOUNG RUNNER.
Jury of the National Press Photographers Association named a photo with a runner making a selfie by Troy Wayrynen the best sports photo of the year 2015. Wayrynen captured 17-year-old runner, Jacob Gillingham, making a self portrait at the beginning of …Read More →
AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHER MATT LAMBROS CREATES PHOTO EPITAPHS FOR ONCE PROSPERING BUILDINGS. HE SEARCHES FOR AND TAKES PICTURES OF THEATERS WHERE APPLAUSE WAS LAST HEARD A LONG TIME AGO.
For a long time I was just shooting abandoned shelters and hospitals but then I got tired of it. Those places depressed me. The idea of photographing abandoned theaters was a sudden …Read More →
NOBODY NEEDS YET ANOTHER FITNESS BAND. BUT A DRONE THAT FITS ON YOUR WRIST? YOU’VE GOT US THERE!
By now, you’re surely sick of us complaining about smartwatches, lamenting that they’re conservative, uncreative, and lack the flexibility to push wearable technology into the next era and really shift …Read More →
BY CHRISTINE CHAMPAGNE
The smooches are all part of the Kissed By A Pit Challenge, designed to show the real nature of the breed (and raise money for shelters).
We don’t have to tell you that pit bulls don’t always get the best press. In fact, they’re probably the most maligned dogs on the …Read More →
INSIDE THE HAUNTING, ABANDONED HOTELS OF NEW YORK’S ONCE-GLAMOROUS BORSCHT BELT
From the 1920s to the 1970s, a strip of upstate New York’s Catskill Mountains, known as the Borscht Belt, was home to a cluster of summer resorts frequented by Jewish families often unwelcome at other hotels.
If you’ve seen Dirty Dancing, you’ve seen a glimpse of the lively glamour that filled …Read More →
So after 35 years of collaborating with some of the most notable photographers in the industry, our president Carliss Million is holding a camera now as well. “I guess the rumors are true, I really am a control freak” explains Carliss “It all comes down to being able to execute a vision”.
Even as an Art Director, Carliss has always been …Read More →
It’s been almost a year since TMG’s Drone #1 took to the skies!
What started out as a casual interest has quickly turned into an obsession. We are constantly amazed at the attention drones receive from both onlookers and the media. It certainly draws a crowd wherever it takes flight.
It hasn’t all been blue sky’s and clear flying for Drone #1, …Read More →
From Fast Company
A New Project Replaces the Handwritten Signs Of The Homeless With Eye-Catching Recreations, But Maybe The Graphic Design Isn’t The Point.
A new project in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, is trying to find out. A collaboration between artist Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope, the Signs for the Homeless project exchanges handwritten panhandling signs for colorfully illustrated, eye-catching recreations that …Read More →