Vibrant photographs of Hong Kong skyscrapers by Australian photographer Peter Stewart. See more images from Stewart’s series, “Stacked,” below!
Words are often not enough and The One Project not only understands that, they’ve launched a Kickstarter specifically designed to help those battling depression and anxiety learn how to express themselves through the healing art of photography.
The community-fostering approach also aims to de-stigmatize mental illness. Considering the fact that mental illness affects one in five Canadians (and almost half never seek treatment!) this is definitely a project worth checking out. Watch the full promo video below to learn more.
Sydney-based photographer Ho Hai Tran has been documenting Pizza Huts that are no longer Pizza Huts; locations that have been converted into other businesses such as pawn shops, churches, and liquor stores.
Tran’s just launched the wonderfully hopeful “Pizza Hunt” Kickstarter so he can make a nice book of all his photos (so far he’s shot more than 100 Pizza Huts).
Watch the video below!
One of my favourite tumblrs, Cabin Porn, has just released a book! In six years the blog has featured more than 12,000 hand built cabins, and the book chronicles more than 200 of these.
Can we take a moment to acknowledge that the guy in the image above has built himself a bicycle elevator! Watch elevator in action in the trailer below, which was photographed and edited by Noah Kalina.
Zinester, a not-for-profit, is on a mission to give marginalized people a voice by teaching them how to make DIY magazines, and using what they create for social change. The group’s 6-week workshop in Nairobi, Kenya effectively taught the kids involved in the program how to express themselves visually, through writing and photography.