With help from 4 photographers (Agnieszka Potoczna, Ilona Celina Rorzkowska, Amadeusz Starzak, Kasia Kowalska), stylist (Kamil Hala) and dogs behaviorists, Polish advertising agency ostrosiostro recreated 25 famous fashion magazine covers (i.e. Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar) which shows homeless dogs posing as a George Clooney, Sarah Jessica Parker, Audrey Hepburn, Rick Ross and others to help those shelter animals.
Here is a new trend in gardening which gardeners create fairy garden / mini garden with broken pot or planter. Such garden can be created either from the shards left from an accidental break or from a carefully planned cut. Those broken pieces will be arranged into tiers or steps succulents and moss to grow on. To make it more fairy looking, small figurines or houses are added to the pot to make it a home for tiny and fantastical creatures.
The whole idea of the project is to invite you to use your imagination and create something totally unique. The basic process involves collecting a clay pot and its broken shards, filling the larger portion of the pot with soil, and then positioning the fragments accordingly. Take a look at some examples we rounded up below and the video tutorial at bottom if you want to build your own fairy garden.
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There are many cat person even sometimes, cats are quite annoying. Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, the creative artists behind Last Lemon, take suggestion from their followers and created a simple and funny guide for ‘How To Be A Cat!’ If you don’t have a cat yet but want to have one, take a look at this “guide” first. Since based on those illustrations, you must strike a fine balance between apathy, neediness, and infuriating obstructiveness to raise a cat. Below are part of the ongoing project. If you like them, be sure to visit Swerling and Lazar’s site and see more about the project.
Despite seeing a slight drop in sales in 2012 and 2013, the toy industry is on the up again with last year being its best performance for four years. This seems to be partly down to franchising, with the top ten best-selling toys of the year, including items for Frozen, Star Wars and Transformers.
But toys aren’t just fun and games, they can also be educational. All play can encourage learning, but educational toys specifically help in areas such as literacy, maths, science and music. They’re fantastic for stimulating the mind and senses, as well as encouraging creativity and problem solving skills.
Enjoy our top ten traditional toys, which will always work for little ones…