Recently, animal-loving artists and photographers have dedicated their talents to helping an unlikely creature: the common pigeon. Proving that these birds are more than just a blip in the urban landscape, these creatives have showcased their beauty through photographed portraits, flight studies, and, thanks to artist Adele Renault, stunning pigeon paintings. Renault creates realistic portraits that offer an intimate look at the overlooked animals.
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One of the most famous artists of all time, Frida Kahlo is known for her colorful canvases and extensive series...
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sarah Spencer (@heartofpluto) on Aug 25, 2018 at 7:57pm PDT When Melbourne-based Software Engineer Sarah Spencer stumbled across an old Empisal knitting machine from the 1970s in a charity shop, she couldn’t resist taking it home. Despite not having the manual, Spencer managed to get the machine working within a few hours, and was instantly hooked by its intriguing, complex mechanisms and inner electronics.
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Japanese photographer Ryota Kajita explores the unique beauty of ice in his abstract photography series Ice Formations. Now based in Alaska, Kajita has spent the past seven years exploring remote areas of the state. Using his medium format camera, he sets out on expeditions to discover the intricate patterns and details made by nature. His masterful fine art photography embraces the ephemeral nature of the environment and is a testament to his keen observational skills.
Photographing wild animals has certain risks.
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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nayan & Vaishali (@nvillustration) on Mar 7, 2018 at 7:44am PST India-based artists Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama create tiny bird illustrations out of hand-cut paper. The incredible paper sparrows, doves, owls, and more are all part of an going paper art project titled 365 Days of Miniature.
In 2004, Japanese nursing student Manami Ito lost her right arm in a traffic accident.