Gordy Yates never got anything for his twin sister for their birthday, but on their 28th, he decided to do something special – he recreated some of his sister's favorite photos using himself and a cat (that isn't his).
I travel and look for places with an old photo in my hand. You can also check my Part 1 here.
We researched where the landmarks in the film were located, downtown Chicago. By taking screen caps and asking strangers to position us and snap the photos we were able to recreate scenes from one of our favourite films.
My name is Ognjen Ivanovic and I started to take pictures of Croatian cities, primarily Zagreb, in a slightly different way. Old photographs of certain locations in the city are photographed at the same location today in one shot, without any...
I collected bunch of old photos of my hometown, Niš (Serbia) and recreated them by taking the photos of the same locations from the exact same spot and angle from which the originals were taken. Later I merged the old and...
Finding places with an old photo in the hand.
Burly bearded Australian Instagrammer Jarrod Allen, known by his more than 18,000 Instagram followers as @Tindafella, has acquired a taste for public humiliation (both his and others'). He takes women's portraits and selfies that he finds on the Tinder app and...
Michael Mapes, an American artist, gave a few 17th century masterpieces by Rembrandt, van der Helst and Pickenoy some solid make-overs. His technique resembles collage because he uses hundreds of small pieces like pins, capsules, prints, sequins, resin and more to...
Don't get scared, your computer's not pixelated. This is just some amazing Lego art done by a Tumblr member. His page "Lego Albums" is dedicated to famous album covers that have been turned into 40"x40” Lego grids.
This is a beautiful story of two strangers. Wait, no - it's actually the story of a woman who lost her iPhone and the stranger who wound up using it. Danielle Bruckman has spent a year reenacting the selfies of a...