A post shared by Creative (@randylewiscreative) on Nov 15, 2017 at 11:46pm PST Californian graphic designer Randy Lewis uses Photoshop to combine photos of unexpected objects, creating surreal digital art that tricks the mind and eye. With a playful imagination and a pun-tastic sense of humor, his colorful creations in his This or That series are often literal depictions of words.
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Looking to treat the tea lover in your life? With this creative blend of fun and functional tea-themed gifts, you're bound to brew the perfect present. Featuring unique items ranging from adorable tea strainers and teapots to quirky coasters and spoons, this selection is perfect for those want to make, drink, and enjoy their drink in style.
Is everything better with cats?
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A haunting image of a timid orangutan wading through an Indonesian river to escape crocodiles beat out over 11,000 entries to take top prize at the 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest. Photographer Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan of Singapore will have his image published in an upcoming issue of National Geographic and took home a cash prize of $10,000. Bojan patiently waited for days to capture the image after learning of the orangutan's unusual behavior.
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