German Circus Uses Holograms Instead Of Live Animals For A Cruelty-Free Magical Experience

For a very long time, people couldn’t have imagined a circus without horses, elephants, monkeys, and lions. But recently, Circus Roncalli has shunned tradition, swapping flesh and blood for holograms. The shows, however, remain just as spectacular. Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: The Circus Princess

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A cat and its trainers perform during “The Circus Princess”, a new programme, at the National Circus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev September 10, 2015. (Photo by Gleb Garanich/Reuters)

Beautiful Vintage Photos Of The Circus Girls Of Sarasota Taking A Break In 1949

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In 1949, LIFE magazine sent famed photographer Nina Leen to document the daily life of a sassy troupe of young women who had run off and joined the famous Barnum & Bailey Circus in Sarasota, Fla. Continue reading »

Circus of Horrors Prepare for their Halloween Performances

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In this composite image (L-R top row) Dok Haze, Douglas Child as Camp Dracula, Mongolian Laughing Boy, Tony Walls, Asia Sawika as Anastasia, (L-R bottom row) zombie bass guitar player Ozzy Jackson, sword swallower Hannibal Hellmurto, pickled person, Zoe Olivia Ellis and The Sinister Sisters, Steph Bates (L) and Steph Randall (R) pose for a photograph prior to a rehearsal of the Circus of Horrors’ latest show The Night of the Zombie at the Wookey Hole Caves Theatre near Wells on October 23, 2014 in Somerset, England. The Britain’s Got Talent finalists who are now celebrating their 20th year are currently touring the UK with their show – which features sword swallowers, knife throwers, balancing acts, aerialists, a demon dwarf, the Sinister Sisters and gyrating and fire limboing acrobats – at a number of venues and dates including Halloween itself in Blackpool. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
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The Circus by PIXERS

Why we decided to get down to the circus? Above all, we were captivated by its workers – so unusual, colorful and absolutely mesmerizing people. We were inspired also by the works of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec who masterly showed the daily life of the dancers of the XIX-th century Paris. We decided to follow in his footsteps and take a look at the joys and sorrows of the circus life. We wanted to see how circus artists behave both in headlights and in private life. We mixed surrealism up with everyday life and served it with impressionist sauce.

Our collection will surely appeal to people who are not afraid to break conventions, also those decorative ones, and people who are looking for wall murals and stickers that will reflect their rebellious character and personality. If you also always look on the bright side of life and treat obstacles as challenges, be sure to take a look at all 63 photos that form the collection. Continue reading »