Cock-a-doodle-doo! It’s time to say goodbye to the Year of the Monkey and welcome the Year of the Rooster. Today is the first day of […]
The first Burning Man took place in San Francisco in 1986, drawing a small, curious crowd on Baker Beach. Thirty years later, the experience draws […]
Back in 2011, a Brooklyn-based cooperative called United Photo Industries (UPI) launched with a mission to “push the conversation forward and help develop new viable models for the photo industry.” UPI’s been busy ever since and currently hosts the third edition of Photoville.
In today’s throwback journey through the photographic past, let’s take a closer look at festivities and celebrations around the world, from water melon eating contests, to the cheerful music of Louis Armstrong, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge opening celebrations.
The “Willow Man” grabbed our attention lately by making an appearance on our Explore page. The 40-foot-tall giant figure originally took 6 weeks to construct […]
Japan’s Hokkaido Prefecture annually hosts the Sapporo Snow Festival, an event made famous by its ice and snow sculptures on display. This year, light projections […]
Beginning about 2,000 years ago, the unique cultural tradition La Vijanera is held on the first Sunday of every year. It’s an annual masquerade festival […]
In the last two years, millions of tourists have visited Harbin, China, during the winter to appreciate what sculptors build for the Harbin Ice and […]
Global celebrations earlier this month for the Mid-Autumn Festival featured a lot of fanfare, and Hong Kong hosted much of it. The well-attended Lantern Wonderland […]
Every September the annual Great Reno Balloon Race (GRBR), the world’s largest free hot-air ballooning event, takes place in Reno, Nevada, and this year had […]
Every year for one week, Nevada’s Black Rock Desert becomes an artistic oasis of self-expression for Burning Man. Roughly 68,000 attendees gathered among an eclectic […]
During the summer season, Canada hosts festivals showcasing hundreds of street performers, including the charitable BuskerFest held in Toronto. Attending photographers had a field day […]