What images come to mind when you hear the word “school?” An apple on a desk? A stack of books? A big yellow bus? Such immediate associations, though ingrained and intuitively powerful, don’t necessarily make the best choice when communicating about modern education. Just like the worlds of business, sports, medicine and entertainment, the educational [...]
This year’s MTV Movie Awards were filled with outrageous performances, glitzy outfits and Hollywood’s biggest stars. But, it was what aired during the commercial break that really stole the spotlight — a spot celebrating young men. Getty Images partnered with creative agency Matter Unlimited and content studios Decon and Mass Appeal to create the 60-second […]
The shift towards increasingly positive portrayals of women in the media sets entirely new standards for the kind of images used in campaigns. We explore this visual trend further, and highlight five key campaigns leading the way with diverse and authentic representations of women.
The Genderblend trend in visual communications is a fascinating one because there are so many facets to it. While an overall paradigm shift occurs in the way we talk about gender, things are also changing in how we represent it visually. And one of the biggest evolutions happening right now concerns the image of men. […]
“The honey has a way of softening people’s features … It democratizes people.” Photographer Blake Little covered 90 people of different ages, ethnicities and body types in honey for his latest project, “Preservation.” But how did he persuade people to cover themselves in the sticky substance? “When I cast for it, I didn’t tell people […]
Lifestyle photographer Brook Pifer focuses on catching moments brimming with life, with an energy that radiates through her imagery. Here she describes a wild weekend with a pair of adventurers in the truest sense of the word.
COO Facebook & Lean In Founder Sheryl Sandberg, Getty Images CEO Jonathan Klein and Getty Images Director of Visual Trends, Pam Grossman, reflects on the launch and success of the Lean In collection on its one year anniversary, and the ongoing opportunity to repicture women.