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Tag Archives: Animals
Brad Wilson shoots portraits of rare animals. And they are stunningly beautiful!
He catches the profound character of each animal with his lens, so you can’t help but feel connected to the animal just by looking at the photo.
Self-taught artist Maude White combines her impressive illustrative skills with intricate paper cutting expertise.
Using an X-Acto knife she cuts each piece by hand slicing away the negative space to make elegant figures. “It may sound weird, but I love to cut. I just enjoy the process,” she said in an interview.
How Wolves Change Rivers: What Happened When Wolves Were Re-Introduced Into Yellowstone National Park in 1995
Yellowstone National Park is on my personal To Go List. This is one of the reasons!
You might have seen this video running around the social platforms. I can’t get enough of it myself.
This is a must-see. It really make you think.
It show the man and his relationship to the natural world.
Music: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg.
This is a must-see talk!
No amount of marketing makes factory farming acceptable. You can stop the spin here.
Suuuuch an awesome video!
Thank you, @zappika , for finding this!
I do love a nice beard in a man’s face. But this campaign for Schick is well executed!
In Malaysia they breed a bird called the Ayam Seramas, an ornate chicken raised not for its meat but purely for its appearance. These chickens not only have decorative plumage. They possess the ability to strike quite extraordinary – and funny looking – poses.
Photographer and visual artist Ernest Goh photographs animals and wildlife. He made a whole books about the strange whole of chicken beauty pageants in Malaysia. Yes, beauty pageants.
All photos by Ernest Goh.
“Alone in the Wilderness” is the story of Dick Proenneke living in the Alaska wilderness. Dick filmed his adventures, so he could show his relatives in the lower 48 states what life was like in Alaska, building his cabin, hunting for food and exploring the area.
Bob Swerer has taken the best footage from Dick’s films and he has created 3 videos about Dick, “Alone in the Wilderness”, “Alaska, Silence and Solitude” and “The Frozen North”. You can purchase all of them in DVD or VHS format here.
Watch 2 lovely parts of “Alone in the Wilderness” here. They’ll make you long for simple living!
Or watch excerpts from the full version here.
Big thanks to @Syberg for showing me these.
Born in 1979, Ulric Collette, self-taught photographer, studied art and graphic design in Quebec city in the late 90s and now work as art director for Collette, a communication studio in Quebec region. The work of Ulric has been presented in various websites, magazines and books all over the world (Prism, Global Investor, Esquire, Light and Lens, Snap, Fubiz, My Modern Met, Adobe, etc). Most recently, his work on the genetic portraits series was shortlisted in the world most prestigious advertising awards show, the Cannes Lion.
Such beautiful illustrations. These are created by the Barcelona-based illustrator Jaume Montserrat, who’s passionate with nature, society and traveling. He draws trying to bend those three worlds.
Jaume found inspiration for his project ‘Emptyland’, when flying home from South America to Spain. He fell asleep and imagined waking up on an island where he lives for 29 days with other animals.
He explains: “On this island, there was only one animal from each specimen (kind of like Noah’s Ark). All of them were empty, asexual and immortal. They didn’t need to hunt, nor were they scared of being hunted – so there was a perfect symbiosis.”
He and the wildlife lived free from worries in this dream, and that empty paradise is what sparked these images.
Such an awesome (ongoing) project!
Ben Hopper is an Israel-born London-based commercial and fine art photographer.
A short film created by Clément Picon, Manu Javelle and Beakus director Amael Isnard when graduating from France’s prestigious school Supinfocom. In a mental hospital for animals, four patients start making music with every object they can find.
Featuring music by Tambour Battant the film was shown at Pictoplasma, OneDotZero, Anima Bruxelles, NYCFF New York, and Animafest Zagreb, picking up several awards along the way.