Just cut, tape, and slip in photos to turn any ol’ book into a neat-o photo album.

Grab the full instructions on the Photojojo Blog, or just grab a book and start snipping.

Learn to Upcycle Your Reading Material into an Album

According to a recent EPA report, the average American produces 4 pounds of trash in a single day, nearly double the figure recorded in 1960.

In 7 Days of Garbage, photographer Gregg Segal photographs his friends and neighbors lying in the trash they produced in a single week.

Portraits Reflect the Amount of Trash We Create in a Single Week

via Slate

Our pal Lauren Lemon took our iPhone Holga Lens to Germany and shot these prismatic portraits. Aren’t they perfect?

Are you in Germany? Lauren has a whole pack of Photojojo goodies with her. Track her down at #Regenerate14 in Berlin and she just might share with you. :]

Grab Your Own Holga iPhone Lens

Find Out More About #Regenerate14 

Though we definitely don’t recommend trying this out with your own drone, Jos Stiglingh captured some incredible footage by flying his DJI Phantom 2 through a July 4th fireworks show.

Flying a Drone Through a July 4th Fireworks Show

via Fubiz

Congrats to all you photographers turned fashion designers who won our photo contest with our pals at Betabrand! 

All winners have been contacted, you can check out their photos in the Betabrand Think Tank.


Give it a vote to move it out of the Tank and into the real world.

**Since you’re all winners in our book every single last one of you can use the code jojo10 for 10% off all the cool threads at Betabrand.com. Yeeeeee!**

Congrats to all you photographers turned fashion designers who won our photo contest with our pals at Betabrand!

All winners have been contacted, you can check out their photos in the Betabrand Think Tank.

Give it a vote to move it out of the Tank and into the real world.

**Since you’re all winners in our book every single last one of you can use the code jojo10 for 10% off all the cool threads at Betabrand.com. Yeeeeee!**

San Francisco-based artist and designer George Zisiadis is imagining this year’s world cup matches in a delightfully tasty way.

Zisiadis stages the international matches as one country’s signature dish against the other, along with both foods combined on a single plate.

World Cup Matches Staged as International Food Contests

via Laughing Squid

Take up your camera and capture some light.  

Grab this wallpaper (and others!) for your phone, tablet or desktop.

Download This Wallpaper (and Others!)

Take up your camera and capture some light.  

Grab this wallpaper (and others!) for your phone, tablet or desktop.

Download This Wallpaper (and Others!)

You’ve probably seen plenty of those then-and-now photos around the internet, but until recently, creating your own took some work.

Timera 2 is a free app for both iOS and Android that allows you to create past/present photo mashups with ease.

Mobile App Makes Then-and-Now Photos a Breeze

via The Click

Prepare for some serious flashbacks to that single Art History class you took freshman year.

Netherlands-based photographer Zdenek Sindelar created a series of still lifes inspired by the paintings of old Dutch masters like Rembrandt.

Still Life Photos Inspired by Old Dutch Masters

via Design Taxi

Give your home a Summer-y makeover with Impossible Project Prints. 

The Impossible Instant Lab will print any photo on your phone onto real live Polaroid film right in front of your eyes.
Learn More about this Magic 


 

Give your home a Summer-y makeover with Impossible Project Prints.

The Impossible Instant Lab will print any photo on your phone onto real live Polaroid film right in front of your eyes.

Learn More about this Magic

 

When you think about the epicenter of street photography, it’s difficult to imagine any other place than New York City.

In her latest film, Cheryl Dunn tells the stories of legendary street photographers who came to define a style that’s still being replicated today.

New Documentary Tells the Stories of Legendary Street Photographers

via Wired

Each and every day, Central American youth embark on a harrowing journey north to reach the United States.

Los Angeles Times staff photographer Don Bartletti chronicled the story of Enrique, a teenager from Honduras who was heading north in search of his mother. See the rest of Bartletti’s Pulitzer Prize-winning series below.

The Journey From Central America to the United States in Photos

via The Click

Keep your camera bag organized and your photo accessories protected with the Photographer’s Pouch.

Super organization ready, these guys have velcro backs so you can stick ‘em to your camera bag, the back of a wool sweater, maybe even your dog!

Cuddle a Photographer’s Pouch Today

Brooklyn-based photographer Ben Franke recently teamed up with local Parkour athletes to create a photo series showing off their remarkable talent.

Before capturing them in action, Ben coated his subjects in a layer of flour, creating a stunning visual effect that shows the passage of time.

Photographing the Talent of Parkour Athletes

via Feature Shoot

Texas is not exactly a place you associate with surfing, right? In spite of that, photographer Kenny Braun discovered a hidden surf culture that’s alive and well in southeast Texas.

In his latest book, Surf Texas, Braun documents the niche group of individuals riding the waves in an unlikely location.

Documenting the Hidden Surf Culture in Southeast Texas

via Slate