Melbourne-based fashion designer and artist Roza Khamitova has just introduced a creative and stylish series of scarves featuring bird motif usually found throughout nature. Each beautiful and elegant scarf is covered with gorgeous hand drawn paintings and prints. And when you wear the scarf it creates the illusion of a bird with wide spread wings.
Akira Nagoya is a talented 47 years old Japanese artist. He created beautiful paper cutting featuring impossibly intricate drawings which are called Kirie. These paper cuttings look like wire sculptures or some pencil drawings. He learned this art some 30 years ago when he was young and a student of "Sasaram" at Sushi shops. Sasaram is a technique of decorating food items by cutting bamboo leaves. He uses only knife and a paper in creating these extraordinary drawings. You can follow him on his Facebook page as well.
Costica Acsinte was a famous Romanian war photographer who captured some cute happier photographs on glass plates after WWI. Acsinte was died in 1984. In 2013 Costica Acsinte Archive digitized and preserved her damaged vintage glass plate photos. Australian photographer Jane Long took her collection of old glass plate photographs and updated the stuff by adding color and a bit of Photoshop magic. Take a look on the following extra ordinary work of the legend.
Compassion and conflict are two important things in anyone's life. During conflict or violence it is very difficult for someone to look for compassion. Harmony and conflict are the natural phenomena and both are the two sides of a same issue. Today we've compiled a list of some mind blowing photographs showing no to hate and violence. These images are depicting love and affection. Take a look on the following photographs which set an example for all of us to choose compassion during conflict.
Joseph Dwyer carries an injured boy away from fire and to safety. [Iraq War, c. 2003 - 2011]
A soldier shares water and food with three children on Saipan.
[c. July, 1944]
Protesters carry a wounded policeman to safety. [Turkey, 2013]