If you try to stay in shape but can’t really control your sweet teeth, the study conducted by website Wisegeek might help you to make decision. The study chose 71 common edibles to find out how their 200 calories worth looks like. They proportioned things like peanut butter, canned beans, fruits, veggies, and even soda into 200 calorie quantities and photographed the results. It is quite surprising to see it in plate, especially when you know 385 grams apple and 34 grams Peanut Butter has the same amount of calories. You can check the whole study result on Wisegeek’s page. It is definitely a visual way allows people to size up a food in a way they have never done it before.
We have been featuring many creative body painting art on our site, some of them are full body painting, some of them are face painting and some of them are hands painting only. There are lots of amazing body painting works on internet, but today we will focus on on of its group – animal body painting. With professional make-up and expert lighting, creative artists paint on posed people to create the illusion of animal. Some of them are really convincing and make you wonder you are looking at a painting of an animal instead of the human body.
Body art: Johannes Stotter
Using the flower petals and other natural materials such as shells, seeds, pine cones, rocks and vegetation, Arizona-based artist Kathy Klein creates eye-catching mandalas in outdoor locations near her home. Klein called the pieces Danmalas – a portmanteau of the Vedic Sanskrit words mean “the giver” and “garland of flowers.” Each piece boasts a brilliant sense of geometric symmetry and energetic life which is both awakening and relaxing. You can find more of those beautiful flower mandalas on her site. And if you want to have those healing piece at home, you can buy prints on her site as well.
Designed by Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho, this playful series of painted objects is called “It’s not what it seems”. Basically, Cho use deftly applied acrylic paints to disguise some common foods to look like other foods, such as a cucumber looking banana, tangerine looking tomato and eggplant looking egg. Besides this interesting series, Hikaru Cho also created many impressive body paint work, like broken face, extra eyes and zipped chest. Below is one of example. If you find it not that disturbing, you can head over to Cho’s site where you can find out more about her work.
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