Playful Photos of Polar Bears Playing in Flower Fields

We rarely see polar bears outside of a snowy Arctic environment, but these bears are no strangers to having fun in the summer! In a rare series of images by Canadian photographer Dennis Fast, these white giants are seen frolicking in a field of fireweed. The photos were taken in Northern Canada’s Hudson Bay, near lodges run by Churchill Wild in Manitoba. Fast explains his fascination with polar bears in this interview excerpt. “It’s not just their color that makes them a favorite target of my camera. They have a slow, ambling gait as they drift about looking for anything that moves. It looks like they don’t have a care in the world, and that there is nothing they are afraid off. It’s not arrogance, exactly, but a quiet confidence that we often respect in humans and that translates well to the polar bear.”

Bear Table by Daniel Lewis Garcia

Daniel Lewis Garcia has created the Bear Table using cnc technology and maple plywood. “Bear table uses the plywood endgrain to accentuate the form. In addition, when glued, the wide surface area creates a solid block of wood. This process makes efficient use of plywood and a sculptural end product.”

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.”

True Male Friendship from Guinness

Irish brand Guinness has shown that male friendship – it’s not just to drink beer together. True friendship is tested by time, tests and actions. As a part of multi-year campaign “Made of more” Guinness created 60 seconds video where using only 20 words they were able to show the true nature of human relationships. This video has it all: competition, failure, fall, and pain, as well as dedication, loyalty, strength of the human spirit and the friendship of these men. And as a finishing touch – composition Cinematic Orchestra “To Build a Home” sounding on a background.