Japanese Artist Creates The Most Realistic-Looking Wearable Animal Heads You’ve Ever Seen

Whether you’re a passionate furry or just someone who appreciates cool headgear, you’re most likely going to love the incredibly realistic wearable heads made by Japanese modeler Kamonohashizokei (Platypus Modeling). Continue reading »

Leah Yellowbird Pattern Cardboard Animal Heads

Check out our deer, moose, and bear animal heads in the intriguing Native American art print.

The intricate patterns of these designs were created by Leah Yellowbird (leahyellowbird@gmail.com), a native American artist based in Minnesota. We’ve had the pleasure of providing Leah with the birch plywood base forms of our product for her to embellish with her detailed paint work. We then scanned her original patterns and printed them onto corrugated cardboard and birch plywood to make a more affordable product to share with a broad audience. Continue reading »

Man Babies: Mum And Dads Switch Heads With Children In Freaky Photos

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‘Photoswapped’: Mum and dads switch heads with their children in freakiest photos you’ll ever see. It is a position that many young children would love to be in. And now these strange and sometimes unnerving images show what it would actually be like if babies swapped roles, and heads, with their mother or father. The photos, created by top advertising photographer Paul Ripke, are so eye-catching that they have swept across the world online Continue reading »

An Artist Makes Beautiful Geometric Animal Heads From Wood

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According to an artist Tomasz Ciurka: “Want to have animal’s head on the wall but don’t have a gun? I have a solution! I make them from pine wood with my own hands. All of them are created by connecting geometric polygons. It takes me about 3 hours to complete one pet.” Continue reading »

Dashi Namdakov Is Turning Heads With His Fantastic Bronze Sculpture

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Russian artist Dashi Namdakov has a new bronze sculpture on display in London that is turning heads for its terrifiying appearance. “She-Guardian,” installed last month next to Cumberland Gate, Marble Arch, measures 36 feet high and took the last two years for the artist to complete. She depicts a mythical winged creature standing guard over her young and, in a strange turn of events, a group of migrants recently seeking shelter at her base. She stands in the same spot as one of Namdakov’s other popular works, “Genghis Khan” (2012). Both pieces represent the artist’s signature dramatic Post-Modernist style in which he conveys mysterious creatures of ancient spirituality. Continue reading »

Australians Bury Heads in Sand to Mock Government Climate Stance

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A group of around 400 demonstrators participate in a protest by burying their heads in the sand at Sydney’s Bondi Beach November 13, 2014. Hundreds of protesters participated in the event, held ahead of Saturday’s G20 summit in Brisbane, which was being promoted as a message to Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s government that, “You have your head in the sand on climate change”. (Photo by David Gray/Reuters)
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Karlie Kloss Heads to Brazil for Vogue US, July 2012

Brazilian Treatment – Mario Testino teams up with American beauty Karlie Kloss for a story lensed in Bahia, Brazil for the July issue of Vogue US. Stylist Phyllis Posnick selects a wardrobe of colorful looks for Karlie to wear as she heads to the beaches and other stunning sights of Bahia. Whether posing with Capoeira dancers or exploring the outdoors, Karlie enchants in every image. Continue reading »