A woman created pigeon shaped shoes as she was worried her normal ones might cause distress. She wanted to be close to the birds without scaring them, so crafted the realistic-looking footware at home. The shoe designer, named online as Kyoto Ohata, has inspired others to make their own version of the heels. Continue reading »
According to photographer Kristina Makeeva (previously): “Baikal is impressive. It’s the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning a trip, we didn’t even suspect it is so wonderful, majestic and fairy. We were raptured over its beauty so much, that we almost didn’t sleep all 3 days we were here.” Continue reading »
New Jersey photographer Alana Hubbard used little kids to pay tribute to “The Walking Dead” during a photo shoot, but the photos didn’t go over too well with the rest of the internet. Shortly after they were posted the Facebook, the photos were banned after people complained about the kids depicting violent situations. Continue reading »
“The Walking Dead” is finally back, and these super fans decided to throw the ultimate party for the season premiere. Continue reading »
A general view of atmosphere at the season five premiere of “The Walking Dead” at AMC Universal Citywalk on Thursday, October 2, 2014, in Universal City, Calif. (Photo by John Shearer/Invision for AMC/AP Images)
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Walking Men 99, a site-specific public art installation that joins together 99 iconic pedestrian traffic lights from cities around the world, wrapped around the construction site of the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel on 99 Church street in New York City nearly four years. The photographic collage stretched along the 500 feet of plywood walls that form a three-street-facade on Church Street, Park Place, and Barclay Street. Created by photographer Maya Barkai. Continue reading »
The Walking Bread is an art series depicting scenes from a certain similar sounding TV show (which itself returns on the 9th of February), only with the twist that all the characters are made out of bread. That’s right.. Bread!! A mixture of parody and downright creativity bring to life a miniature world in a way that captures the imagination. A moody zombie bread slice – scoops jam from the disembowelled body of another bread character in one scene.
Mark Nathan Willetts is the artist behind the series. He came up with the idea after jotting down some wordplay ideas for illustrations, and then decided with a moment of Eureka to take it a step further. Each of the characters were cut from a single slice of bread to make it seem as if they had just climbed straight out of a loaf. To further embellish the scenes, a range of buffet related items were used such as: cocktails sticks, BBQ grill etc. Finally lighting design was used to capture a comic book feel reminiscent of the Walking Dead comic book covers.
There are fourteen pictures covering 10 unique and fun scenes. Just be careful because this bread bites back! Continue reading »
A self initiated poster for AMC networks The Walking Dead. Made by Radio.
1. The “Walking Dead” makeup team fits actor Kevin Galbraith with a bald cap and accentuate his high cheekbones to make them look sunken. Continue reading »
Giraffe Manor is set in 12 acres of private land within 140 acres of indigenous forest and is only 20 kilometres from Nairobi city centre. Built in the 1930s, this luxury boutique hotel has maintained all the charm of the era and is now famous for its resident herd of Rothschild Giraffe. Giraffe Manor offers you an unparalleled experience of the giraffes, with them vying for your attention at the breakfast table, the front door and even your bedroom window.
Giraffe Manor is also home to many characters including warthogs, bushbuck, dik dik and more than 180 species of birds and has a striking view of the Ngong hills. Continue reading »
My name is Victoria Kalogerou and I’m a junior copywriter.
I’m currently looking for a job and to promote myself I created the Walking Portfolio, a combination of my love for walking and for advertising. A portfolio that allows people to interact with it!
Martian Walking Engine, 1998, stainless steel, 5 x 6 x 7m. Sculptor: Michael Condron.
Commissioned to celebrate the centenary of HG Wells’ The War of the Worlds, along with other features including Crashed Pod and Bacteria Slabs. Paving and street furniture throughout the area were also redesigned as part of the overall project.
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