Robin Wood Disappearing Animals

Robin Wood is a nationwide nonviolent action group in Germany focusing on environmental activism around climate, energy, forests, mobility. The Robin Wood Disappearing Animals advertising campaign developed at Grabarz & Partner, featuring three disappearing animals, a deer, capuchin monkey and polar bear affected by habitat destruction, has won Gold for illustration at the 2016 Clio Awards. A polar bear’s back is eaten away by the effects of deep sea oil rigs and refineries on melting ice caps. A deer’s back is eaten away by deforestation. A capuchin monkey’s back is eaten away by forest fires. “Destroying nature is destroying life”, is connected with forest fires, deforestation and melting ice caps. The photo-realistic illustration style, the 3D presentation and the wealth of information provided highlight the various causes of the decimation of the animal kingdom. If we destroy nature, we destroy life. The photo-realistic illustration style, the 3D presentation and the wealth of information provided highlight the various causes of the decimation of the animal kingdom. If we destroy nature, we destroy life.

Become One With Animals – Stunning Photo Project ‘Animeyed’

Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi is an eyeful. “Animeyed”, her latest project, features animals superimposed over self-portraits so that the two faces overlap, sharing one eye in common. The surreal effect is compounded by Borsi’s use of colors and props to make her look more like the creature sharing the photo. Borsi is no amateur photographer. Her work has been featured at the Saatchi Gallery, at the Louvre, and even in commercial software such as Adobe Photoshop CC. Be sure to check out Borsi’s social media for other, mind-bending work!

Animals Drawings from Hundreds of Multicolored Dots

London-based artist Ana Enshina uses her creative eye to envision majestic animals as an abundance of multicolored spots. Dot by dot, the watercolorist forms diverse creatures including a statuesque, bright pink flamingo, a graceful whale suspended in the sea, and a distinguished peacock with a lovely array of feathers. Whether she’s focusing on animals found on land or sea, the painter manages to capture each creature in a rainbow of brilliant and lively colors. By utilizing different shapes and sizes for her dots, Enshina is able to incorporate a pronounced sense of whimsicality into her work. In turn, this playfulness helps to bring the artist’s subjects to life as they pop off the page in a succession of vivid hues and dotted forms.

Cardboard Safari Animals Wall Trophies

Cardboard Safari creates these cool animal-friendly and recyclable cardboard trophies. Made from environmentally friendly, recycled cardboard, the beautifully laser cut wall decorations are a striking visual statement, they are available in brown, white and other colors and a variety of sizes. These unique animal busts are actually large puzzles that you put together, each is formed by interlocking pieces of cardboard that are laser cut for a precision fit, ensuring that construction is a snap. Instructions are included and no tools are required. Makes a great contrast in modern rooms with a bit of old-days charm and kitsch. Like it? You can buy any of these trophies here.

Predators Illustrations by Maxim Shkret

A nice series of animal illustrations of a bear, a lion, a fox and an owl entitled “Predators” by Russian graphic designer Maxim Shkret. These intriguing illustrations are digitally created using a combination of four powerful graphics programs, leveraging the strengths of each program to create the depth, color, and personality of his creations. The programs include 3D Studio Max, VRay, ZBrush, and Adobe Photoshop CS5. The intense eyes and elaborate furrowed hair gives each predator a very intimidating appearance. Maxim offers prints of his predator series on Behance starting at under $23.

Adorable Photos of Dachshunds by Summer Kozisek

We’re a big fan of wonderful breed dachshund! And each time we see really interesting photos of these long dogs we want to show you them. And today is the exact day. Summer Kozisek is a talented photographer from Seattle, Washington and the author of these pictures. On the following photos you can see two doxies Jack and Tobie dressed in funny costumes and with firm faces. Hope you will enjoy as much as we are! Have fun!

Creative “Animal Lace” Wall Sculptures

Young artists Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques have used 3D printing techniques to develop the wall sculptures out of white polyamide and gloss paint. Spectacular collection “Animal Lace” features wall sculptures in the shape of animal busts. By day, the strong white 3D shapes protrude out from the wall in a decorative display. By night, lights glimmer through the animal forms, and a dynamic energy radiates from the complex lace patterns in unexpected formations along the wall. Pierre-Yves says, “The process of creation with four hands and two minds is not that easy, but I think that’s something we like. We love to confront our ideas, we hope this allows us to give birth to surprising pieces of art.”

Friendship As It Is

Everybody needs a friend. No matter you’re a human or an animal. And even animals from different types can be friend. Don’t you believe us? We will prove this! Jump into the post and check some really cute photos. Hope this collection will make your day! Have fun!

Animal-Shaped Furniture “Sending Animals”

Seletti has just released a trio of playful animal-shaped storage units – called “Sending Animals”, made from wooden shipping crates. These ingenious storage units are perfect for the industrial, traditional, shabby chic or even modern homes. Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba designed these gorgeous pieces to further explore the eccentric ideas and relationships between people and nature. Looking like the silhouettes of 3 crated farm animals– a goose, pig and cow, these open up to compartmentalized storage that is fun to arrange your goods in and put the furniture on display for all to see. With the goose being the perfect height to serve as a low side table, it comes with a pull out drawer. Cow and pig are large enough to act as sideboards, console tables or just as a fun piece to display and hold whatever your heart desires.

Animals by Michael Patrick O’Leary

Photographer Michael Patrick O’Leary admires the strong personality of his models. This is especially remarkable fact considering that all his models are residents Baltimore Zoo: lions, giraffes, flamingos and other exotic animals. So take a look at gorgeous photos of animals by Michael Patrick O’Leary.

Animal Haircuts for Braun

This series of images was created by Bulgarian graphic designer and master photo manipulator Mladen Penev. Cat, bird, squirrel and monkey are captured sporting unusual hairdos such as a mohawk, designs shaved into fur, and even a Fu Manchu mustache. Agency Staudinger + Franke commissioned the work of these “animal haircuts” which were appropriately used for promoting the electrical shaving and grooming appliances produced by German brand, Braun. These animals won’t use laser hair removal for sure…

Amazing Horses Photos by Wojtek Kwiatkowski

Photographer Wojtek Kwiatkowski probably the most famous horse photographer. He is an author and a publisher of books about Arabians breeding all over the world. “I have many years of experience in the field. I collect books and archival photos of Arabian horses. For about 25 years I’ve gathered a wide photographic record library of the breeding in Poland. But that was just a documentation of horses in a specific – standing, halter position. My adventure with artistic photography started 4 years ago when I bought my first professional digital camera.” Have fun!

Life on White by Eric Isselée

Belgian photographer Eric Isselée has always been passionate about the animal kindgom and nature. His interest for the animal kingdom was really enhanced when he began travelling. His first visit to Africa and the sight of beautiful endangered species brought to the creation of Life on White in 2005. At the moment Eric’s project contains more than 10000 photos of over 450 animal species. Eric Isselée specifically utilizes pure white backgrounds for his photo shoots to allow complete focus on each animal. He hopes that his efforts to immortalize animals through his brilliant images may provide a legacy for the future. Life on White helps through donations, made from the sale of animal photos, to animal charities and sanctuaries helping endangered species.

Beautiful Animal Boxes from Karl Zahn

These beautiful wooden sculptures from Animal Box series arecreated by Karl Zahn and are not so simple. They represent “a “power” animal – a totem for our individual ambitions. With the addition of hinges, it has the ability to guard important small objects. On the shelf, it is sculpture. On the side table, it’s a totem. On the counter, it offers a hiding spot.”

Extremely Cute Photos from Eibo

We decided to make your day more positive and represent you cute photographs of Saudi architect and a photographer Ibrahim M. Al Sayed, a.k.a Eibo. His most favorite type of photography is macro but since he isn’t limited with this only type you can also see amazing shots of many other categories. From his most popular photos we’ve selected only funny shots with animals and we believe that you will like them. Enjoy!

Armour for Cats and Mice Created by Jeff de Boer

If you worry about safety of your pet specifically cat or mouse you should definetely check this awesome collection of armour for animals. This collection was created by Canadian artist Jeff de Boer and consist of armour for gladiators, medieval knights and even Samurais. Creation of each armour for a mouse takes from 10 to 40 hours, while armour for cats demands bigger efforts: from 50 to 100 hours. Made out from silver, bronze and wood these art works cost $500-2,000. For protectors of animals we’re glad to notice that Jeff didn’t experiment with mices, but his attempt to dress a cat in a knightly armour has ended with scratches and scars. Hope you’ll like it!

Unbelievable Pencil Art by Paul Lung

It’s hard to believe but all these beautiful pictures are not photos but pencil drawings. The author of such unbelievable art is 38-year-old graphic artist from Hong Kong Paul Lung. 0.5 mm technical pencil and A2 paper are the only attributes of these masterpieces. He doesn’t use eraser and spends up to 60 hours sketching out his pictures. As he often admits people do not believe him and he has to make videos of his work to prove that these art works are not photographs. Check these beautiful artworks by yourself.