Incredible series by photographer, Frank Callaghan. See more images from “Deadends” 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.