Thursday, 24 July 2014
Saturday, 19 July 2014
In today’s era we are producing too much trash within one week such as; a bottle here, a wrapper there, a half eaten carton of bad strawberries etc.
Professional photographer Gregg Segal snapped images to demonstrate people’s waste footprint. In order to make current photo series he takes photos of a paid participants and handful of volunteers surrounded by a week’s worth of their refuse. Segal shot these pictures in his California yard including people of all ages, from an array of socioeconomic backgrounds, lying in sand, grass or water, surrounded by piles of their own week’s garbage.
In an interview with Slate, Mr. Gregg Segal said some of the participants "edited" their trash piles, likely due to embarrassment over the "really foul stuff." "They thought it was kind of gross. I think there’s something mildly humiliating about it, but in a constructive way,” he added. “It’s kind of a once in a lifetime experience for people to be photographed with all their stuff. I think it’s seen as a kind of novelty for some people and the question of grossness was mitigated by the novelty factor."
Wednesday, 16 July 2014
Gesine Marwedel is a creative artist who integrating the human forms into their work of art. His surreal depictions of the human body, animals, and nature will have you wondering whether you are actually looking at a human body.
"Body painting is not just paint to a living canvas; it is receiving the body shapes in the design, painting on and with the body," Marwedel says on her website (in German). "It is the transformation of a human into a breathing, moving, living work of art."
Photography by Thomas van de Wall
Sunday, 13 July 2014
Do you like chicks? Here we offer you to see the 50 of the cutest pictures of chicks to make your day bright. We are big thanks to Instagram and Mashable who shared such a gorgeous chick’s collection with us.
Wednesday, 9 July 2014
Ren Ri is a creative artist, beekeeper and focused man from Beijing. He creates wonderful art series titled “Yuansu” in reference to the Chinese word for "element". Ren turns bees into his collaborators. The latest Yuansu II series features amazing sculptures made out of bees, of beeswax. In interview with CoolHunting, Ren tells the "special" properties that make beeswax such an interesting material:
“It’s unstable and can change shape with temperature. The structure of wax cells is orthohexagonal, which is an inconceivable feature in the natural world and it’s a peculiarity of honeybees."
Ren Ri is concerned with nature. He is also interested in cutting out human intervention. The main purpose of Yuansu II series is to "eliminate the subjectivity of the artist" via "the mediation of bees," Ren explains in his interview.
Monday, 7 July 2014
I love puppies and love to care of them. They look awesome and adorable while doing different actions. In today’s post you will see the 20 of the cutest wrinkly puppies to make your day best day ever.
Saturday, 5 July 2014
25-year-old Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani has created a series of funny cats titled “UnderCats”. In these photos we see cats and their owners, and the first depicted in a very funny way. First photographer shot owners and then took photos of their pets, elaborating these photos so that the cats were similar to their owners.