More than ever, photography has become the predominant means for us to communicate. An absolutely astounding number of pictures are shared every single day — half a billion, and rising. And yet somehow, even amid this colossal …
Using cloth, toys and other household props, Queenie Liao creates imaginative portraits of her son Wengenn.
But it wasn’t awkward.
A Utah dad intending to teach his daughter a lesson about appropriate apparel has sent his educational message far beyond.
Nick Vujicic is a motivational speaker and the founder of a non-profit organization
Yes, the glare from a building can fry an egg on a sidewalk
Take a fresh look at Alfred Eistenstaedt’s famous “Drum Major,” photographed in 1950. As the editor, writer, poet and one-time director of photography for LIFE, David Friend, once said, this picture is Eisenstaedt’s “ode to …
From Prince George to Queen Victoria, when it comes to family portraits, British monarchs sure do love their dogs.
On Tuesday, the horde of photojournalists and paparazzi got the shot they’d all been waiting for—the new royal baby. Of the media in attendance, TIME selected one image from almost every photographer who covered the event
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is discontinuing its colorful metal admission buttons. From subway tokens to Checker cabs, see the city’s bygone treasures.
What makes us grin, smile, belly-laugh? There are myriad triggers, of course, ranging from the sweet and the lighthearted to the dark and (occasionally) the deeply twisted. Here, as a visual antidote to the seemingly endless …
Once the piece is bolted in place, One World Trade Center will be the tallest building in the United States.