I could not believe these book cutting sculptures. Because it is really very difficult to cut the papers to get the shape of human face. and each paper has different size and comparing previous paper, then cutting is not easy. It looks like realistic face, in which the lip and teeth are properly created. To most people, making a paper plane could be one of the simplest thing to do. It’s the simplest and easiest form of paper art, for this case a flying art. However, there’s a special minority who takes thing to the next level. They can turn the basic form of origami – which is folding a paper in half – together with a little cutting, folding, bending, shaping, and more paper folding, into an utmost creative artwork you have ever seen.
But the simplest thing to make for Calvin Nicholls is making – Paper Sculptures
Our affection to animals is a great one. Apart from human begins, animals are also a favorite subject of photos because most of them look adorable, and we all love to capture their cute and funny movement. Even tho life gets hard every now and then, they remind us that everything will be ok. Studies have even shown that owning a dog or cat can reduce stress.
Who wouldn’t have a pet like those :) Click here to see many other funny and inspiring animal pictures.
Steampunk is the mating of technology (gadgets) and romance, breeding some of the most wickedly cool gadget’s and art you’ve ever seen. It’s cool and brass-clad sexy. With a post apocalyptic type of rebellion, Steampunk enthusiast mod almost everything you can imagine and then some. This amazing urban art movement was birthed on the Internet, so it’s no wonder hi-tech hardware hackers are romancing technology with a Victorian passion, yearning for the aesthetic realm of The Time That Never Happened; Steampunk – where the future meets the past. Here are some of the slickest mods, 26 sexy Steampunk art and hi-tech hacks.
The Belgian Fashion photographer has created a peculiar alternate world where men, women and children look like they have been pumping iron since the moment they popped out of the womb. The surreal scenarios range from a Victorian era bedroom to an abandoned theme park. The strangest image just might be the schoolgirl in bunny ears lifting weights, although others are certainly contenders. The disturbing effects of superhuman enhancement remind us of Phillip Toledano’s plastic surgery series, except while Toledano’s subjects altered their bodies in real life, Stallaert’s manipulations are all digitally enhanced.
12 Creative Photo manipulation works by Photographer Kurt Stallaert
We definitely wouldn’t want to rock this steroid-chic look, but we have to admit there is something strangely seductive about the bulging muscles in the pictures below.
See how Children Bodybuilders would look like
Melanism – a preferential distribution of dark-colored specimens of any species of organisms. In simple words, it’s black color is usually a non-black species. The most common form of melanism – a big cat, which in this case is called “black panthers”. Melanistic Karolinskaya protein. The phenomenon of inverse melanism, albinism is called. We have found a list of Melanistic Animals.
Click here to see the complete list of these melanistic animals.
There was a time when the clichéd notion that “there is a child inside all of us” warmed our hearts. However, we had never actually pictured what such a child would look like. After seeing the collaborative project by Paris-based retoucher Cristian Girotto and photographer Quentin Curtat entitled, “L’ Enfant Extérieur (The Outer Child),” we never want to imagine such a fantasy ever, ever again. The man-baby amalgamations combine the haggardness brought on by adult life with the doughy cheeks and hopeful grins of youth. Girotto and Curtat’s combined forces create miniature people so convincingly creepy they make Oompa Loompas look adorable. Peruse the series below and let us know if the image of a toddler with chest hair scarred you for life. This collaborative project was by Paris-based retoucher Cristian Girotto and photographer Quentin Curtat. The manipulations are well executed and are bound to make you look twice. Enjoy!
Want to see all these funny photo retouching images by Cristian Girotto? Click here to see the “The Outer Child” project :)
Here are 15 funny fat celebrities pictures, created by using photoshop. Check out photos of celebrities gained weight with photoshop.
Can you imagine a famous actor or athlete with a thick? Would look like our favorite Celebrities if they be fat. Enjoy.
Surprisingly enough, the first use of sunglasses was not to protect our eyes from the sun, but rather it began about a thousand years ago for judges to hide their eyes and facial expressions in court. Sam Foster, in 1929, invented the first pair of sunglasses made especially to protect your eyes from the sun. Check out these 29 hot pictures of sunglasses.
Through Sunglasses by Florin Gorgan
Rayban HDR by Easa Shamih
NYC by Vincentun
In 2004 an unconscious man was discovered behind a fast food restaurant in Richmond Hill, Georgia. He had no belongings, severe sunburn, and was nearly blind from cataracts. The man also had absolutely no idea who he was. After months of ongoing evaluation from doctors and psychologists it was determined he was suffering from dissociative amnesia. He adopted the pseudonym Benjaman Kyle and has embarked on a search for his true identity sparking massive amounts of media coverage and even a short film, Finding Benjaman, by John Wikstrom. He is the only citizen in the United States officially listed as missing despite his whereabouts being known. One strange aspect of this predicament is that Kyle now lives completely in limbo: for the past 8 years he has been denied the ability to obtain a new social security number which in turn prevents him from opening a bank account or having a credit card. The government argues that he already has one, but despite the efforts of fingerprint matching, DNA tests, and exposure on television, he simply cannot determine his true identity.
After catching a screening of Finding Benjaman at the Tribeca Film Festival artist Miguel Endara (previously) was inspired to help in any way he could, which meant making art. Endara embarked on this portrait of Benjaman using stippling, a tedious technique which involves a pen, patience, and an obscene amount of dots. The portrait took nearly 138 hours to complete, and at a rate of 4.25 dots per second, he estimates the piece contains roughly 2.1 million of them. The hope is to spread awareness for Bengaman’s plight and to help raise money through the sale of prints to support a petition to get him a new social security number. You can learn more about the drawing here.
Do you also want to see the final result of this amazing work? Click here to see A Portrait Drawn by Hand with 2.1 Million Ink Dots to Aid Amnesiac.