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Unusual Unique Animals In The Supermarket – Save Animals…

Does it happens? you come to the department of meat products in the store, and u see a Tiger!  Quietly, looking at the same package of chicken,what you need. Do not believe it? right??? In reality it probably does not happen. But photographer Agan Harahap recreated similar situations in his new photo project “Fresh garden.” This is a series of images in which different wild animals like walking into the supermarket, like choosing to buy a lint.

Just a message – Save Animals…

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Clever Street Art Will Make You Think….

Recently, street art has become an art form. It evolved. Every month, around the world there are more and more sophisticated and interesting pictures on the streets. Today we offer you to look at the really clever street art that is not only pleasant to eye, but also makes you think, or at least nod approvingly. All these pictures are distinguished by their unique and smart approach of artists who created them. Continue reading

Amazing Carving On The Books – Alexander Kortser

British designer Alexander Kortser-Robinson carves old books and created new “sculptural books”, where you can see the real story. Over the last few years who just does not cut the poor book, we’ve all seen these works of art, but here the artist is different in that he creates a very “wild” mixture of images that he takes out in a book. Alexander works primarily with encyclopedias. just have a look of amazing Art.. Continue reading

6 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid. (1)

6 Leadership Mistakes to Avoid.

If you’ve recently been promoted, congratulations. It’s an honor to receive a promotion that puts you in a leadership role. But be wary: You carry a great deal of responsibility that can easily be taken away should you not live up to expectations. Not to set off alarm bells, but of people who have been promoted, a full 40 percent of them will fail within their first 18 months on the job. Most of the failure stems from a few key leadership mistakes that The Forum Corp.’s President and CEO Andrew Graham outlines: Continue reading

10,000 Roses - Life and Death (1)

10,000 Beautiful Roses – Life and Death

Using a variety of materials, including trees, flowers, candles, sand and ice, a London artist Anya Gallachchio create works of art dedicated to the ephemeral nature. Here is her project “Red on Green” its a marvelous “shop window” of 10 000 fresh roses that spread in the gallery …
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Dog Against Mantis (1)

Dog Against Mantis

The real tragedy was played out in front of passers-by in the park on one fine day. Little red dog met unusual rival in the brave soothsayer. Of course, the outcome of the battle was predictable, as its winner. But we must pay tribute to the praying mantis – he fought like a hero. He died with honor. The last photo dog even decided to honor the memory of the opponent and pretend that she too had fallen in battle. Continue reading