animal art


Japanese Artist Packs Adorably Realistic Cat Heads Into Portrait Frames

Don’t you just love wool-felt art? It is actually done by knitting wool fibers into shapes with special needles.  The recent creation getting hype in Japan is a “cat frames” by local artist, Fujitasatomi’s (@fujita_satomi). Scroll down to see what Fujita is doing with these ordinary-looking wool-felt fabric and eye parts… With a closer look, […]

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Paper Cut Artists Created a Beautiful Series Of Miniature Birds

Paper cut artists, nayan shrimali and vaishali chudasama, have created a series of intricately cut 2.5D birds.  Each bird is made by cutting out different layers on paper and then painting on details, like feathers or coloring, using watercolors. The pieces are then hand-assembled to give a final 2.5-dimensional look, creating the illusion of three-dimensionality.  […]

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A Beautiful Photo Series Captures The Relationships Between Dancers And Their Pups

Photographer duo, Kelly Pratt Kreidich and Ian Kreidich, have been specializing for years in photographing professional dancers.  Then, a few years ago, they hit upon a new idea and started photographing the same dancers but this time, with their loving dogs.  100 dogs and dancers later, their new photo series “Dancers & Dogs” is a […]

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Beautiful Animal Creations From Topiary Gardens Around The World

Topiary is a horticultural practice of clipping shrubs, foliage and twigs of trees to form fanciful or geometric shapes. It’s an art of creating living sculptures. Humans have been clipping trees and shrubs into ornamental shapes since at least ancient Rome. While the groomed plants from millennia ago are no longer around, of course, there […]

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Clever 3D Chalk Street Art Featuring Funny Animals

David Zinn proves he’s a master of 3D sidewalk art with these funny and imaginative chalk drawings.  Featured below are some of his best works, but if you really would like to support his work, get his book on Amazon.  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. […]

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