Using simple, everyday materials, artist Diana Beltran Herrera crafts creatures that are full of life. She transforms paper, wire, and wood into realistic birds whose detailing is nothing short of incredible. The meticulous paper art features individually cut and scored feathers—mimicking the real thing—that are layered into majestic plumage. Through these rigid and repetitive structures, Herrera still manages to capture the feeling that they could go into flight at any moment.
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The model-photographer duo Victoria Yore and Terrence Drysdale are always on the move.
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At a time when most fashion models would be retired, 61-year-old Yazemeenah Rossi has a thriving career. The sexagenarian is as popular as ever and making waves in the industry thanks to her refreshing attitude towards aging. A model for over 30 years, she shied away from cosmetic procedures that would make her look younger than she was. Instead, she accentuates her grey hair and wrinkles with an honesty that first inspired us years ago.
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