“Honey Bee is our amazing blind cat that loves to go hiking with us! We adopted her from Animals Fiji, but she now lives in Seattle with her 2 humans and 4 other cats. When we go hiking, we take her on our shoulders or with a leash. People say they love dogs because you...
Designed by Matteo Cibic, these amazing bipeds terrariums personify house plants by raising them instead of the head, under a bell jar. Such as Art-toys, sometimes white and minimalist, sometimes playful and customized, these original flowerpots are to be discovered in the gallery. Matteo Cibic: website Via: fubiz.net
Meamorphism is a ground breaking new art movement developed by internationally known artist Ali Meamar in collaboration with Sony Corporation. This art movement combines traditional “fine art” making with the newest digital media technologies. With a unique “digital canvas,” each Meamorphism masterpiece allows collectors to have at their disposal infinite variations of the same artwork...
Bereaved: deviantArt Via: cuded.com
Makeup by: Hana Cihankova, Lukas Lederer, Visage by Coco Models: Thuy, Evelyn, Ines, Coco Simona Smrckova: website / behance
“My name is Teodor, I’m a ginger cat, and I’m not fat, I just have big bones! They don’t call it “a fat moon” right? So I’m a full cat!” Denis Sazhin: website Teodor The Cat: behance / instagram Twitter: teodor_thecat / Tumblr: teodorthecat
Lebanese-born American artist Kareem Iliya was born in Beirut, Lebanon. He moved to Texas in 1976 and studied fashion design initially at the University of Texas, Austin, USA. Then he continued his studies at the Institute of Fashion Technology, in New York. He graduated in 1990. Kareem is now living in New York, USA. Kareem...
Drácula Bram Stoker Fernando Vicente Traducción de Juan Antonio Molina Foix Colección: Literatura Ilustrador: Fernando Vicente Prólogo: Luis Alberto de Cuenca Fernando Vicente: website / behance
Model: Elwira Kaśków Dorota Korotko: behance
On the occasion of the Art Market Budapest, the artist Ervin Loránth Hervé created a gigantic sculpture titled Feltépve. Crafted from polystyrene, the work was temporary installed on Széchenyi Square in Budapest. Ervin Loránth Hervé: website Via: fubiz.net