Love can be real, even if your partner isn’t.
It’s amazing to see what a cat can get up to in the city during the night and day.
Kim Jong Suk Creche, Pyongyang Oliver Wainwright
For 10 days, architect, photographer, and architecture and design critic for The Guardian, Oliver Wainwright, traveled to Pyongyang, North Korea where he got tours inside buildings, with permission to photograph.
Create your own personalised postcards for as little as 18 cents each at 7-Eleven convenience stores in Japan.
A Japanese photographer was fortunate enough to capture one of the most beautiful pictures of an airplane we’ve ever seen.
Leg-lovers will be pleased to know that Japanese artist Yuria is continuing her foray into the world of thighs.
There’s so much more to China’s southern city than skyscrapers…
Sakura leaves are beautiful whether they’re clinging to trees or fallen on the ground.
Costuming and makeup are just the first steps towards a great cosplay photo shoot, so the Japanese camera maker is here to help with the rest.
Photography sure was a lot different back in the day!
These owners were in for a happy surprise when they discovered their dogs were their photographers in this professional studio photo shoot.
Our man investigates the artistic effects of using an iPhone vs. a disposable camera—the latest photo trend in Japan—to take pictures.
Believe it or not, there’s a Japanese Way of taking photos. We’ve compiled some cultural guidelines as well as language tips to help you take happy snappies on your next trip to Japan!
How many times can a man be fooled by amazing cosplay photography? The answer, my friend, is quite literally blowing in the wind.
Move over dancing queen, here comes the “Campus Queen”!
Stroll through hidden alleyways filled with lights and lanterns in this beautiful homage to the night in Tokyo.
Time may have changed him, but we still have these nostalgic photos of how music legend David Bowie used to be.
Photos taken in Antarctica by digital artist and astrophotographer KAGAYA have been getting lots of love on the Japanese internet—and we can certainly see why!
If you want to become a geisha, maiko, samurai or courtesan, gender is no barrier at this Asakusa photo studio.