A Father and Son Take a Picture Once a Year … For 27 Years?!

By Richard K. Noots This father and son duo decided to do a project that would span their lifetimes: To take one picture every year for as long as they can. While the end prospects of that statement can be depressing, what matters is a family’s growth. Not only externally, but internally. Luckily, you can see all of…

You Won’t Believe How Crazy These Groomsmen Get!

By Richard K. Noots Tell me, how interesting was your wedding? If you already had yours (or had a couple), I’m sure you had a few photos you got to fool around in. Well, same applies to these groomsmen. The only difference is … These groomsmen are hilarious! Don’t believe me? Just check out the photos below! Trust us, if you…

The Truth Behind Science and Art

By Richard K. Noots Many people think science and art are somehow separate categories. This is demonstrably not true, however. Rather, science and art not only co-exist, but also happen to help each subject thrive. The reason why is because art can do something that science cannot necessarily do: Bring imagination to life. This makes it easier to understand what scientists and doctors…

Ladies and Gentlemen: The Leader of the Free World

By Richard K. Noots Yes, that is our president. Did you know he has a Selfie Stick? Or that sometimes he doodles at work? This little commercial/backstory shows that our president is just like anyone else. He’s a man who leads the Free World by day, and maybe posts a picture on Instagram by night….

This Guy Is Using Drones for Peace, not War!

By Richard K. Noots Alex Chacon has combined the term “drones” and “selfie” for the awe-inspiring title of “Dronie“! It’s a bit self-explanatory, but it’s a drone you use to take awesome selfies of yourself. I’m sure this won’t be the last time you see something like this, as the only thing we love as…

10 Ways Reality Has Been Pictured More Awesomely

By Richard K. Noots French photographer Guillaume Lamazou seems like a bit of a troubled artist. Luckily, that usually means he’s also brilliant. The monotony of life may wear us down a bit, but art like this can put a visual-twist of perspective. He really gives you the feeling of a man trapped in his…