Although I am not a big fan of dress animal up, I won’t mind seeing cute baby animals be photoshoped into fully-dressed human bodies. Barcelona-based photographer Yago Partal just add a new addition to his funny Zoo Portraits series – animal babies with dress that fit their unique characteristics and personality types. The series includes a range of lovable subjects, from a soft, white lamb in a crisp, chef’s uniform to a professorial Tasmanian Devil in a blazer and bowtie.
This series is not only about dressing animal in cute and quirky style but provide interesting information about each species which includes a detailed encyclopedic description about its physical appearance, its diet, its habitat, and more. It helps, especially for younger people, to establish interest in facts about animals. Find the whole series on its official site.
1. Pygmy Hippopotamus (Calf)
If you ever wonder what a casual day of hedgehog looks like, I can ensure you it will never looks like what photographer Elena Eremina created below. However, I have to admit, that series are really adorable and all the hedgehog in there just like human – they take bath in tub, wash clothes by hand, play chess, cook food or make some artwork. Of course, these are not real. Most of them are digitally edited by St. Petersburg-based photographer Elena Eremina. Although Elena didn’t mention how she get those photos done, we guess is she took photos of hedgehog and placed them in those playful miniature setting. Anyway, let’s take a break and check those cute hedgehogs.
With the help of photo editing software and unlimited imagination, graphic artist Anil Saxema create some really interesting photo manipulation provides us a fresh way to view our world. His work depicts lighthearted scenes of humans and animals interacting in amusing — and often surprising — ways. For example, a man is trying to iron highway and women is knitting greenery fields. Take a look at these whimsical work and see more on Anil’s behance page.
If you haven’t heard about Russian artist Svetlana Petrova and her fat cat Zarathustra, you probably should take a look at this post. Petrova has become an Internet sensation after she placed her fat ginger cat, Zarathustra, in popular classic paintings such as “Mona Lisa”, “The Birth of Venus”, and “The Creation of Adam”. The clever improvements on the classic masterpieces in the “Fat Cat Art” project became extremely popular on internet. Take a look at the collection we have here and find more on artist’s website.
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci