Human-Like Wild Animals – Design You Trust

Human-Like Wild Animals

Christoph Meyer a German graphic designer created these great photo manipulations of wild animals in human urban settings.

“The whole project took me two or three days to finish and I have to say that creating those images made a lot of fun although it wasn’t easy at some stages.” he says.


Source: WCTH

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