Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba has created a funny and usual project by snapping photos of dogs from under the glass table. Why? To show their winning personalities… and for the giggles.
Francisco Pérez, a father-of-two, decided to create a gallery showing the beauty of full-figured dad recreating the whimsical, earth-mother style of traditional maternity shoots. The shoot was also a favour to friend and photographer Martyn Wilkes who was looking for a creative way to showcase his maternity work:
I came up with the idea as I had always joked about my friend Francisco being so fat he could be pregnant. His belly was perfect and his rugged and manly look fitted in just right with what I had in mind. I wanted elegance, flowers, nature and natural beauty versus the exact opposite – in a nice way.
We think he nailed it.
Stephen Crowley has figured out the perfect way to give grandma a heart attack:
I’ve been photoshopping my kid into marginally dangerous situations. Nothing unbelievable, but enough to make people think “Wait, did he..?”
Now we just have to wait until the child is old enough to photoshop him into marginally negligent nursing home facilities.
For nearly four decades, Mark Gubin has been playing a prank on people flying into his hometown. As aircrafts descend into Milwaukee’s Mitchell International airport, passengers are greeted with a warm, welcoming sign “Welcome to Cleveland” that Mark has painted on his roof. Gubin says that the sign – painted on the roof of his apartment in six-foot letters – has always succeeded at giving flyers a good scare:
There’s no real purpose for having this here except madness, Which I tend to be pretty good at.