When you hear ‘cops’ what do you think of? Probably not puppies, ice cream and other funny things. Iceland seems like a really lovely place and the official Instagram account of the Reykjavík metropolitan police is doing nothing to dispel this impression. Today we've very special collection to show you some crazy photos of puppies and kittens of Reykjavík Police Department on their Instagram account. The account, which has more than 21,000 followers, has been active since 2012. These photographs showing their all day activities. we hope that these photos will surely entertain all of you. check out!
What if the most scary 80's film horror characters were alive now? In the series Horror Vacui, Italian photographer Federico Chiesa and make-up artist Carolina Trottahas imagined what evil film characters would look like in their later years, including Darth Vader, Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers and Shinning twins.
French blogger Christophe Courtois put together several telling montages of similar movie posters which perfectly illustrate how everyone copies everyone.
A Loner Viewed From Behind
Back To Back, Viewed From the Side
The Between-the-Legs Shot
Black & White Action Movie Posters
Running In the Street, At a Tilt And Tinted Blue
Building a Face Out of Other Objects
Justice Is Blind
Big Block Font Right Over the Face
Big Heads over Tiny People on a Beach
Lady In Red
These fairytale-like photos picture ants captured in one single moment of their daily life. A beautiful life of ant shown in the form of macrophotographs by Russian photographer Andrey Pavlov.
Andrew Zuckerman is a digital photographer who takes portraits of animals in stunning high resolution against white backgrounds. Zuckerman's book Creature has captured the imaginations of children and adults around the world.
German photographer Markus Reugels captures amazing photograph that look like mushrooms,. Exquisitely-timed water droplets combined with high-speed photography and colored lights result in psychedelic raindrops like you’ve never seen before.
Like postcards from the future, familiar views of the capital have been digitally transformed by illustrators Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones. They bring home the full impact of global warming, food scarcity, rising sea levels and how all Londoners will need to innovate and adapt to survive.
Malaysian photographer Lee Peiling lives and works in Tanzania where she picked up a camera for the first time just three years ago.The surreal series of macro photographs entitled Small Small World. Lee Peiling discovers a small and enchanting world of insects through her macro lens.
In this series entitled “I am Winnie the Pooh” French photographer Benjamin Béchet shows the daily life of famous superheroes and cartoon characters.
French photographer Malo or MondayMonday imagines the possible careers of this baby. Reflected in this series entitled Un jour, mon enfant tu seras( One Day You Will Be My Child) are several career paths a child can take ranging from employment as a ballerina or priest to a matador or boxer.
Los Angeles photographer and artist Ryan Astamendi (Ryan Astamendi) visualized the famous beauties of the Disney cartoon – like pictures of girls in costumes and makeup.
Asylum is a haunting, beautiful book of lost dreams and lost minds. It is a reminder that society's ideals deteriorate more rapidly than the structures built to facilitate them. Asylums for the insane, which started with high intentions, usually ended in horror and neglect. Oliver Sacks has written a deeply moving elegy for the lives of those who lived, and often died at these asylums and Christopher Payne has captured the soul of the asylums themselves through his extraordinary photographs.
Straightjacket, Logansport State Hospital, Indiana