The iconic Barbie doll has received a lot of criticism for teaching kids to aspire to unrealistic body types, so digital artist and design Nickolay Lamm decided to create “normal barbie” named Lammily. This doll has the realistic body proportions of...
If you've ever wondered what 3 grandmas high on weed might look like, look no further! Paula, Dorothea and Deirdre had never tried weed before, but the Cut Video Youtube channel gathered them together in Washington state, where recreational marijuana use...
I wanted to make a photographic series that communicates a fresh perspective on beauty by photographing mothers after their young daughters had done their makeup. I chose girls from a younger age range to come into the studio with their mothers...
You don't need to be rich to be a famous personality – the homeless, despite the many difficulties they face, can become welcome or even celebrated personalities in their neighborhoods and cities. Slavik, a 55-year-old fashion-conscious homeless man in Lviv, Ukraine,...
The inspiration for my set of images is based upon Distortion by Proxy disorder, in this case children are being forced to enter beauty pageants, commonly by their mothers.
These are some of the most beautiful memories from our elopements and weddings in Iceland. Nature, love, simplicity & honesty.
Eva Maria Þ. Lange
All roads lead to potholes in Mumbai. The authorities turn a blind eye to the situation on the ground. The people of Mumbai eventually learn to live with it and move on. All they do is crib.
The Fill in the Potholes...
Two ingenious 20-year-old good Samaritans created a brilliant way to help the homeless – they've outfitted a van as a mobile laundromat to give the homeless the opportunity to clean their clothes safely.
There's no doubt that Disney's classic stories can sometimes promote outdated or even unhealthy gender images, especially for women. Emmy Award-winning illustrator Loryn Brantz decided that she'd challenge the unhealthy body types promoted by Disney's princesses by giving them waist-lines that...
“The Royal Misfits” by Saint Hoax is a series of illustrations featuring Disney princesses who suffer from eating disorders.