Thursday, 21 May 2015




There are many touching stories about saving animals by humans. The story of a protein named Arttu from Finland is one of them. Wounded creature (wild squirrel) was found on the road an elderly woman who convinced that squirrel is alive, she decided to take him home. Her family was happy to patient and take his medication. At the expiration of the time it turned out that Arttu blind in one eye and the Finns decided to keep him. Toddler recovered and became the darling of the family. He is living happily in their hosts since last six years.

A Touching Story of a Wounded Squirrel

Posted by Jess Cameron On 09:33 No comments READ FULL POST

Monday, 18 May 2015

The Little Girl and Wild Animals in A Photo Project “Amelia & the Animals”



3 year old Amelia is involved in a photo project with her own mother Robin Schwartz. The girl was shot as a model surrounded by a variety of animals: elephants, deer, giraffes, monkeys, horses, etc. 

Long-term work has been published in a book “Amelia & the Animals”, the oldest of which dates from the picture 2002. It is worth noting that, despite her young age, Amelia found the approach to each animal with which she had to communicate more between them there is some inexplicable bond; viewing pictures a feeling that the girl "talking" with four-legged in one language.
Posted by Jess Cameron On 05:18 No comments READ FULL POST

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Realistic Lollipops and Sugar Animal Sculptures by Artist Shinri Tezuka



The Tokyo-based shop called “Ameshin” have a unique opportunity for visitors to taste a goldfish or any other artisinal candy animal.

This is not a new proposal and it goes back a few centuries ago. Even in the VIIIth century, in Japan it is popular candies, which are called "ametsaiku." They are given as a gift to temples. Japanese artist Shinri Tezuka uses starch and sugar syrup to create incredibly realistic candy sculptures in the form of animals, as well as sugar sculptures. The materials used allow to do if the product is not completely clear, it is very similar to glass.
Posted by Jess Cameron On 11:58 No comments READ FULL POST

Tuesday, 12 May 2015



8-week kitten Gary is the new sensation of the Internet. This new star is getting popularity due to the color, creates a feeling "embarrassed kitten." And the thing is that Gary is a pigment of the eyes, reminiscent of an eyebrow.

The animal belongs to a couple from Manchester. According to Andy, first she saw kitten eyebrows when he was born, on the forehead located only two black spots, but over time they have acquired the outlines of "brook house."

Since the owner is a big fan of Gary Grumpy Cat, she decided to follow suit and allow her pet to become popular.

'Embarrassed Kitten' - The New Star of the Internet

Posted by Jess Cameron On 06:09 No comments READ FULL POST

Saturday, 25 April 2015


Kate T. Parker is a talented and beautiful American photographer and a former athlete and a mother of 2 children. She creates a surprisingly heart touching, warming but simple pictures of children. I am sure by watching them you would like to come back to childhood :)

Touching Childhood Photographs by Kate T. Parker

Posted by Jess Cameron On 11:35 No comments READ FULL POST

Friday, 27 March 2015

About a year ago, American Evan Lorenzen of Colorado, presented a miniature book of the universe . As it turned out, the artist will soon be a whole series of these tiny books. The other day, he presented another. Here we are introducing a new artwork book series called "Life's Lil Pleasures". This book shows moments that can please a man. So you can enjoy just so suddenly? This could include anything. Evan Lorenzen ranked this universal for each list such things as: the smell of rain, riding on shopping carts, the birds singing, the successful stuck in his mouth a piece of food, balloons and much more. But the most surprising, of course, is the size of the book. Checkout below the Micro-Book about the Joys of Life of Evan Lorenzen and get inspired.

Life's Lil Pleasures: Micro-Book about the Joys of Life by Evan Lorenzen

Posted by Jess Cameron On 11:47 No comments READ FULL POST

Friday, 6 March 2015

About a year ago, we are first introduced to the works of unusual street artist Joe Iurato from the US state of New Jersey. The author continues to create their own urban history, through the introduction of a street scene wooden figures. His characters are travelling along the railroad tracks, turn ordinary puddle in the lake, and a brick wall in the cliffs. Joe Iurato argues that the history of his miniature heroes and not as fictitious as it may seem. It's kind of collective images of charismatic personalities, many of which can be found on the streets of New York. Of course, if you're trying to find them. Otherwise, it will pass, as well as works by Joe.


Posted by Jess Cameron On 09:43 No comments READ FULL POST

Labels

Flickr Widget

IconIconIconIconFollow Me on Pinterest

    Google+ Followers

    Text Widget

    Followers