A post shared by Aditya Aryanto (@ditpict) on Jun 4, 2017 at 4:10am PDT Earlier this year we introduced you to Aditya Aryanto, the photo retoucher who transformed real-life animals into cubed creatures with boxy bodies and squared snouts, in a series entitled Minecraft in Real Life (or Anicube). In his latest series entitled Aniball, Aryanto takes his editing skills in a new direction—from hard edges, to soft rounded ones—by warping animals into balloon-like creatures.
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Cats never cease to delight us with their dashing good looks and penchant for striking just the right pose.
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Black cats are a symbol of Halloween, but that association has often done more harm than good.
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As Halloween fast approaches, you may still be on the look-out for the perfect costume.
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