Loving Family Looks Back on First Year with Adopted Baby Boy


Happy Birthday, little Sam! Photographer Kate T. Parker just sent word that, two days ago, her nephew Sam had just turned the ripe old age of one. We introduced you to this adorable baby boy, who was adopted by Kate’s sister and brother-in-law, last July. In her series Blended, Kate shows us intimate moments between Sam and his new family, including playing or cuddling with his cousins or Kate’s own beautiful daughters Ella and Alice. Though at first it may seem that Sam is the lucky one for having been adopted into such a loving home, the whole family feels as though they’re the ones who have been truly blessed.
As Sam’s grandfather, Frank Anthony, tells us, “Being a very family-centric group, it is extra special to see the reaction everyone has to Sam — and his reaction to everyone. In his first year he has brought so much joy to our family, which already had a ton of joy. His smile lights up the room. Of course he has grown and is demonstrating the normal things such as crawling,…

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Loving Family Looks Back on First Year with Adopted Baby Boy


Happy Birthday, little Sam! Photographer Kate T. Parker just sent word that, two days ago, her nephew Sam had just turned the ripe old age of one. We introduced you to this adorable baby boy, who was adopted by Kate’s sister and brother-in-law, last July. In her series Blended, Kate shows us intimate moments between Sam and his new family, including playing or cuddling with his cousins or Kate’s own beautiful daughters Ella and Alice. Though at first it may seem that Sam is the lucky one for having been adopted into such a loving home, the whole family feels as though they’re the ones who have been truly blessed.
As Sam’s grandfather, Frank Anthony, tells us, “Being a very family-centric group, it is extra special to see the reaction everyone has to Sam — and his reaction to everyone. In his first year he has brought so much joy to our family, which already had a ton of joy. His smile lights up the room. Of course he has grown and is demonstrating the normal things such as crawling,…

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Portraits of Households Around the US Explore the Universal Spirit of Family


All families are different, but at the same time, they’re connected by the universal bonds of love and kinship. For the past few years, New York-based photographer Michele Crowe has explored this concept through her portrait series The Universal Family, which features diverse imagery of families around the country. From families of mixed heritage, to same-sex couples, to single-parent households, to multiple generations living under one rooftop, each intimate portrait represents a family of the new millennium.
“The Universal Family is a portrait series made to unite the human race through the spirit of family,” says the photographer. “Everyone has a family in some shape or form, and I believe that support system to be one of the most important things in the world. A family can be big or small, blood related or not, same sex oriented or not and of course composed of people with similar or wildly different cultural backgrounds. I believe If you’re lucky, you truly understand that love…

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Portraits of Households Around the US Explore the Universal Spirit of Family


All families are different, but at the same time, they’re connected by the universal bonds of love and kinship. For the past few years, New York-based photographer Michele Crowe has explored this concept through her portrait series The Universal Family, which features diverse imagery of families around the country. From families of mixed heritage, to same-sex couples, to single-parent households, to multiple generations living under one rooftop, each intimate portrait represents a family of the new millennium.
“The Universal Family is a portrait series made to unite the human race through the spirit of family,” says the photographer. “Everyone has a family in some shape or form, and I believe that support system to be one of the most important things in the world. A family can be big or small, blood related or not, same sex oriented or not and of course composed of people with similar or wildly different cultural backgrounds. I believe If you’re lucky, you truly understand that love…

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Photographer Captures the Portraits and Dreams of Russian People from 1 to 100 Years of Age


After Danish photographer Keen Heick-Abildhauge moved to Russia in 2009, it wasn’t long before he fell in love with the vast diversity and beauty of the Russian people he encountered every day. Contrary to the stereotype of Russians as “unfriendly and cold” that Heick-Abildhauge had encountered across Europe, he found his new neighbors, friends, and acquaintances to be just as complex, varied, and full of life as any group of people. With the goal of portraying the Russian people in a positive and contemporary light, Heick-Abildhauge created One Hundred Years: the Russian Portrait, an ambitious project that features the stories and faces of Russian individuals ages 1 to 100.
Over the course of nearly three years, Heick-Abildhauge met more than 230 people to photograph them while learning more about their personal narratives. The result is an incredibly comprehensive collection of black-and-white portraits accompanied by captions that reveal the subjects’ names, birthplaces,…

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Photographer Captures the Portraits and Dreams of Russian People from 1 to 100 Years of Age


After Danish photographer Keen Heick-Abildhauge moved to Russia in 2009, it wasn’t long before he fell in love with the vast diversity and beauty of the Russian people he encountered every day. Contrary to the stereotype of Russians as “unfriendly and cold” that Heick-Abildhauge had encountered across Europe, he found his new neighbors, friends, and acquaintances to be just as complex, varied, and full of life as any group of people. With the goal of portraying the Russian people in a positive and contemporary light, Heick-Abildhauge created One Hundred Years: the Russian Portrait, an ambitious project that features the stories and faces of Russian individuals ages 1 to 100.
Over the course of nearly three years, Heick-Abildhauge met more than 230 people to photograph them while learning more about their personal narratives. The result is an incredibly comprehensive collection of black-and-white portraits accompanied by captions that reveal the subjects’ names, birthplaces,…

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Clever Pictogram Images Show the Values We All Live


If you could boil down the values we all live by into simple, easy to understand images, what would that look like? London-based designer Genis Carreras’s latest series answers this very question. Carreras first came under our radar with his Philographics project, where he took complicated philosophical theories, like Existentialism and Idealism, and turned them into simple shapes. Philographics became UK’s most funded graphic design project ever on Kickstarter, earning £65,217, which was well over its goal of £15,000.
Now, Carreras plays with the art of pictograms, turning universal values like Love, Creativity, Curiosity and Friendship into cleverly designed cards. The Values deck is a set of cards that makes visible the invisible drivers of human behavior. Included within are 58 value cards with identical backs for use in games, exercises and activities, 6 activity cards that feature games to play with friends, and 6 fact cards, that offer information on the different sets of…

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Clever Pictogram Images Show the Values We All Live By


If you could boil down the values we all live by into simple, easy to understand images, what would that look like? London-based designer Genis Carreras’s latest series answers this very question. Carreras first came under our radar with his Philographics project, where he took complicated philosophical theories, like Existentialism and Idealism, and turned them into simple shapes. Philographics became UK’s most funded graphic design project ever on Kickstarter, earning £65,217, which was well over its goal of £15,000.
Now, Carreras plays with the art of pictograms, turning universal values like Love, Creativity, Curiosity and Friendship into cleverly designed cards. The Values deck is a set of cards that makes visible the invisible drivers of human behavior. Included within are 58 value cards with identical backs for use in games, exercises and activities, 6 activity cards that feature games to play with friends, and 6 fact cards, that offer information on the different sets of…

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