Berlin based dancer Mickael Jou get the idea from being taken photos by tourist, combines his love of photos with dance together and undertakes a project to capture 365 self-portraits. In this project, Jou creative seemingly defies gravity in some snaps, while others feature him in skillful dance poses. The results inject a sense of escapism to otherwise ordinary situations – Jou almost floating through the air. Quite interesting series. The only thing I can think when looks at these photos is why he need to take off his shoes, which makes he looks less like flying somehow.
When talking about owl, their big eyes probably are first things coming to your mind, then you might recall the humanized expression on their face. However, getting those birds look at you like humans do isn’t easy thing. Brad Wilson photographed below owls from the World Bird Sanctuary in St. Louis and The Wildlife Center near Española, New Mexico. Each bird is set against a stark black background, and the brilliant vantage point allows us to marvel at their unique qualities. Tiny feathers, short beaks, and glassy eyes stare straight into the camera with an intense gaze.
1. Long-Eared Owl
Like aerobics performance? Ever wonder how aerobics performed by something else than human? In English designer Chris LaBrooy‘s eye, below is how auto doing aerobics. Named “Auto Aerobics”, this is a series of bizarre CGI digital sculptures – cars are rolling, stretching, gliding and flexing. Do you agree with Chris and think that is the way that auto doing aerobics?
When comes to taking care of baby, there is a saying said “Mama knows best”. With all the development of baby tech, mama can know even better now. Take a look at below simple and innovative baby gear that makes caring for your newborn much easier. It’s time to prepare yourself with all the best gadgets and gear.