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Beautiful Green Island on Wheels – Trailer Park

Beautiful Green Island on Wheels – Trailer Park

Sutton Beres Culler, an American artists from Seattle, Washington. The name is John Sutton, Ben Beres and Zac Culler. They worked together for over 10 years. “Trailer Park” was their mobile installation, first introduced in 2003 in Seattle. Then, in the spring and summer, this mobile park with benches, a fountain, live plants, trees and grass become famous around the city, which invite people to sit on the so-called “green island”. In September 2012 Trailer park was revived for the Festival of ideas in the Performing Arts Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Have a look..Continue Reading

Incredible Painting Drawn by Using Only Carbon Pencil

Incredible Painting Drawn by Using Only Carbon Pencil

This awesome mural of Elephants is an astonishing and enormous piece created by artist Adonna Khare by only using carbon pencil.It got more then 412,560 votes, Elephants was recently pronounced the winning piece of ArtPrize 2012. Adonna Khare, who is also an elementary school art teacher turned stay-at-home mom, took $200,000 grand prize at home, have a look, you will really not imagine the beauty of painting…….Continue Reading

Underwater Love, A Unique Photo Series….

Underwater Love, A Unique Photo Series….

“The disappointed  gap” – It is an emotional love story from photographer Heather Landis. Photographer from Los Angeles found many unique and creative ways to show intimate details of relationships, which are transmitted through the motions, gestures, and physical contact between a man and a woman. Landis is incredibly talented in the demonstration of these details. it can be seen in his series of photographs in which viewers can watch different emotions, with expression on their faces.Continue Reading

Owl – True Masters of Camouflage in Nature….

Owl – True Masters of Camouflage in Nature….

Wildlife is a place where everyone is fighting to live another day. That is why many in the animal world are true masters of disguise. Like Our feathered friends – Birds can be divided into three types of camouflage – by color, by tags and by position. For example,  white owl is almost invisible in the winter, and some owls like to sit in the background of tree trunks, which they practically coincide, and some are located so as to “fit” into the surrounding landscape. So, we suggest you the best examples of camouflage owls! Have a Look, its really a interesting series….Continue Reading

Mesmerizing Rainbow in The Old Mansion

Mesmerizing Rainbow in The Old Mansion

From October 6 to November 18 in the Italian town of Como, an exhibition Agora was gathering more and more likes of art lovers. More than 50 artist who worked on textile materials worked on exhibition  in a neoclassical mansion name Villa Olmo.

The most notable work  of the exhibition was of artist  Dowie Gabriel from Texas, This work is a large-size installations of strained colored threads,  His new work “Weaving № 19″, only created for the exhibition at the Villa Olmo, He gathered it with the help of two assistant. Special charm of this paper give glow yarns in the sun. Just have a look….Continue Reading

Master of Black and White Unique Photography

Master of Black and White Unique Photography

French photographer Rene Maltet, who has lived on this earth, no more nor less than 70 years, was able to amuse the audience. Rene was an anarchist, a nonviolent and pacifist. But first and foremost he was a person who can not break any oppression, even despite the lack of social security, pensions, and the official work he was doing the photos and he was happy.
Freelance photographer Maltet collaborated with photo agency ‘Rafo “for whom he took his chic and sparkling photos, as only this agency understood his work, and not weighed on him.Have a look…

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Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon

Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon

Amateur Photographer David Chambon who have more than 10 years of experience in macro shooting, tried to capture magical moments and perpetuate the magnificence of nature. He recently went on a fundamentally different level, and his hobby became the first to bring income.

The main objects of pictures are all kinds of birds for him, and of course, insects. For a whole year, David Chambon worked on a beautiful series of photographs representing various insects, entirely covered with drops of morning dew. the pictures are looks like a real piece of jewelry art. Insect itself is precious, shiny decor, which gives him the real nature of every fine summer morning, gives basically one of torment. Indeed, in this way the insect is very difficult to breathe, it has almost nothing to see, but do not allow wings to become wet because they need to fly. We can only sit, lie low, and wait until sun dried the dew. Here is the beautiful capture, but sometimes its like almost totally helpless to catch up the perfect angle with insects of all kinds.Continue Reading

For 15 years A Brave Businessman Has Rescued 25 Suicides ….

For 15 years A Brave Businessman Has Rescued 25 Suicides ….

On a bright autumn day, Renato Grbic was fishing on the Danube with his brother when he heard a splash. At first, he thought somebody had thrown something off the bridge.
Then he saw a man falling in the water. “We hurried and pulled the man out,” he recalled. “I remember telling him: ‘It was such a glorious day and you want to kill yourself!’ “Continue Reading