These colorful creations are made by the duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann who really know how to work with Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann paper. Their paper sculptures are representing cool retro stuff like vintage cameras, floppy disks and old cellphones.
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Eight 4-day old African spurred tortoises stay close to their mother at the Nyiregyhaza Animal Park in Hungary on Sept. 27. This was the first time that offspring of an African spurred tortoise were born in this zoo, European Pressphoto Association reports. The eight babies hatched after 115 days. They are a little over 2 inches long and weigh almost 1 ounce each. The spurred tortoise is the largest species of land tortoise in Africa and the third largest in the world. An adult animal can reach 175 pounds.
She lives with 700 furry felines and is dubbed the crazy cat lady but Lynea Lattanzio has insisted: ‘I’m not mad!’ With hundreds of the cute creatures scratching, sleeping and jumping around the Cat House, she said: ‘If I were a cat, this is where I’d be.’ Ms Lattanzio, who was banned by her mother from having cats as a child, started to take in rescue animals and strays after her divorce in 1981.
The Courchevel Ski Resort has always been one of the top resorts in France, if not the whole of Europe and the skiing in Courchevel and the 3 Valley’s is second to none. People from all over Europe flock towards Courchevel for its quality skiing, high class restaurants, ski in and ski out chalets and après ski bars – and rightly so! As many of you may be aware, the resort of Courchevel has a few different heights and resorts within itself.
Genest grew up in Châteauguay, a suburb of Montreal. According to his mother he waited, out of respect for her and his father, until the age of 16 to get his first tattoo. He then left home at 17 after graduating from high school, but it was not until the age of 21 that he would first come to Montreal tattoo artist Frank Lewis, since then responsible for inking the majority the designs on his body, which they create together. This has taken over three years, Genest spending thousands of dollars on the artwork, conceived by him to be “about the human body as a decomposing corpse – the art of a rotting cadaver.”, and “also a tribute to horror movies”, a favourite genre of his. He would become popular in Montreal’s “underground scene”, but struggled for money and eventually found himself homeless.
These “living walls” bring a new twist to the idea of gardening, especially if you are scared of heights. While some of the gardens are works of art, others just look strange.
How hard can life affect us, and can it be read on our faces? Photographer Lee Jeffries has shown that it’s possible by taking very expressive portraits of people. But not just any kind of people; all of his models are homeless men, women and children that he has met in Europe and the United States.
If you have ever drawn a doodle on a window with a dry erase marker then you have unwittingly created a Windoodle. Now you can be part of the growing window vandalism community.
Some poeple have the cojones to sit on deadly animals for a photo opp. Those less courageous prefer to safely sit on fake animals. But in the end they all look stupid. I mean who would ride a crocodile to a battle ?
Considering the sacred and lonely time that going to the bathroom can be, no wonder some people took it upon themselves to create these weird toilets. Some of them are built for comfort, while others look like pure torture.
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