Word Animals are unique typographical designs best described as images of animals created using the letters in their name. This interesting set is created by Dan Fleming an artist, graphic designer from United Kingdom. Below are our favorite ones and you can find the whole set here.
Cats are funny! They are fun to watch and fun to play. And specially fun to see them play with some invisible things. We might never understand what cat think but it doesn’t stop us enjoying the fun to watch them dance with their invisible partner … lol
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Defined in traditional terms, pyrography is the art of drawing with fire; using a heated tip or wire to burn or scorch designs onto natural surfaces such as wood and leather. Modern day pyrography is typically done with solid-point tools, which resemble but are more sophisticated than soldering irons or hot wire tools. The artist featured in today’s post, Julie Bender, using tools that allow her flexibility to develop her unique style. When I first saw these animal illustration, I found it so hard to believe they were actually wood burnings. The Atlanta-based artist brings these creatures to life with each intricately defined stroke of fur or feather on their body. Light, gradual strokes and smooth, subtle shading are her hallmark in attaining fine detail in each work of art. Really stunning and impressive work! [source]
Underwater photography is considered an especially challenging area of photography, since it requires very specialized equipment and techniques to be successful. The primary obstacle faced by underwater photographers is the extreme loss of color and contrast when submerged to any significant depth. Underwater photographers solve this problem by combining two techniques. The first is to get the camera as close to the photographic subject as possible, minimizing the horizontal loss of color. This is best achieved by using wide-angle lenses, which allow very close focus, or macro lenses, where the subject is often only inches away from the camera. The second technique is the use of flash to restore any color lost vertically through the water column. Nowadays, with the popularity of diving and special underwater photograph equipment, we can see more and more beautiful works. Below are 26 stunning examples of underwater photos, hope you like them. And don’t hesitate to share your great photos with us. [source], [source], [source], [source], [source], [source]
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