The portraits by artist duo Ilka & Franz do away with mealtime regulars in a way that is both beautiful and humorous
A photo arrangement that highlights individuality and diversity.
In her latest series 'I Used To Be You', Kyoko Hamada captures the future version of herself, named Kikuchiyo-san.
Photographer Henry Hargreaves’ latest series features a burger, pizza, donut and other tasty snacks set on fire.
Flora Borsi places herself into old photos for the 'Time Travel' series, which sees her snapping pics of famous people with a contemporary camera.
An anonymous photographer has captured a series of pictures showing fellow commuters mixed with funny or famous faces.
Gabriele Galimberti's photo series 'Toy Stories' features global children posing with their action figures, cars, trucks, dinosaurs, and other objects.
'Eyes as Big as Plates' is an ongoing project by Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth to envision mythic beasts and faeries.
Design creative David Schwen has created an Instagram art project that pairs foods like bacon and eggs or milk and cookies.
Photographer Francois Brunelle has captured black and white portraits of real life doppelgangers.
Flora Borsi's photo series looks at how faces could be altered if we applied the application's tools in our daily lives.
In stark contrast to the bright toys they produce, photos by Michael Wolf give a face to those who make them.
Chris Buck's series 'Presence' features famous people hiding somewhere in the frame so they can't be seen in the pictures.
Photographer Mark Nixon has captured the essence of these much loved toys.