Showing posts from June, 2015

Makeup Artist Turns Her Lips to Look Like Your Favorite Cartoon Characters

Meet Laura Jenkinson, a London-based makeup artist who creatively highlights famous cartoon characters with her beautiful lipstick makeup art. Jenkinson pays a hilarious tribute to cartoon personalities by painting them on her own mouth that expresses her great love for these characters. Not only her lips but all other organs like tongue, teeth, cheeks, and chin play a particular role to paint your favorite cartoon characters from Disney movies, Looney Tunes, The Simpsons, South Park and more.

Father Draw One Animal Letter Every Day to Teach His Son the Alphabet

Kyson Dana is a U.S web designer, who started drawing for his newly born baby boy to learn the alphabets. The artist creates stunning animal illustrations in alphabetical series. Kyson created his complete 26 alphabetical series on solid sketches with animal themes every day. In order to complete the project within time period, he challenged his fellow illustrator Jeffrey Smith. Both friends completed their tasks within given time and posted their sketches every day on Instagram at midnight. Here are some of the collections of his alphabetical series.  E is for Elephant O is for Octopus P is for Peacock

Heart Touching Photographs Of Oldest Trees Under Starlight

“Diamond Nights” is a beautiful photographic series of a talented photographer Beth Moon from San Francisco. The series consist pictures of oldest trees taken at nights. Mostly she captured the pictures of quiver and baobab trees in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa. Moon related two fascinating, scientific studies with her series, first is the radiation impact and the other is growth of tree buds correlated to stars and planets. You can also watch our sensational post on Oldest Living Trees On Earth .

Expressive Animal Portraits Reflecting Strong ‘Human’ Emotions

Vincent Lagrange is a young photographer based in Antwerp, Belgium. He is working on a photography project called “Human Animal”, where he captured both domestic pets and wild animals focusing on the expressive and most unique features of his subjects. Lagrange’s portrait series depicts his great love animals and his photographs are quite similar to what we human like to take of each other. ‘‘Today most people photograph just people, but only a few photograph animals," explained Legrange. "I tried to photograph the animals as humans, depicting their emotion and human-like characteristics in a sombre way.’’