Reading Time: 3 minutes The Calgary-based company GravityB 3D is using a 60-camera 3D scanning system to create life-like 3D printed figurines of pets and people. For most animal owners, their dog or cat is much more than just a pet, but an integral part of the family. GravityB 3D, a new startup out of Calgary, Canada, is immortalizing man’s…… Continue reading Immortalize Your Pooch: New Startup Offers 3D Printed Pet Figurines
Reading Time: 3 minutes Each bird flies differently. Eagles majestically soar, the flight of a Hoopoe is like a butterfly flight, it looks like it’s swimming in the air. The flight of the hummingbird is like a small helicopter, hovers in the air and even flies in the reverse direction. Birds is an infinite treasure of inspiration for me,…… Continue reading Flying Birds Always Aroused My Admiration, Which Is Why I Want To Illustrate Them
Reading Time: 4 minutes Molly the Westie found out she was going to be a big sister to a little human so I decided to build her a room of her own under the stairs before the baby arrived. Nothing existed there before, it was walled-in. I wasn’t sure how big the space was, or if it would even…… Continue reading Our Dog Was Getting A Human Sister, So I Built Her A Room Under The Stairs – It Turned Out Better Than Expected
Reading Time: 2 minutes Here we are, hauling ourselves out of the Christmas and New Year holidays and into January proper. It’s dawning on me that I have to go back to work, even though it’s still very cold and gloomy in northern Europe, and even though my duvet is lovely and warm. I found myself envying beings that…… Continue reading A hedgehog cam or two
Reading Time: 2 minutes Researchers from the University of Sidney have developed a 3D printed ceramic implant that fuses with natural bone. The implant was successfully used to repair large leg fractures in sheep. As most of us know, breaking a bone is never an enjoyable experience, and having a metal plate or screws inserted into the fracture area…… Continue reading 3D Printed Ceramic Implant Fuses With Bone to Repair Broken Limbs
Reading Time: 3 minutes Interspecies relationships aren’t just about fighting for survival. Sometimes animals form the most unusual friendships, and this story is perfect proof that fur and feathers can get along just fine. Max the dog was 5 years old when Patrick and Kirsten Riley of Strout, Minnesota adopted him. He quickly became friends with Sasha, another Husky…… Continue reading An Unlikely Friendship Between A Dog And A Duck Surprised A Small Town In Minnesota, And It Will Make Your Day
Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ve created this series of adorable and whimsical paper-cut illustrations of colorful animals as a personal project to complement our daughter’s room and I really fell in love working with paper. I used a simple layering technique, hand cutting each of the colored papers after they have been sketched, and gluing them to kapaline boards…… Continue reading I Made These Papercut Illustrations For My Daughter’s Room
Reading Time: 4 minutes For Inktober 2017, I took my love of cats and classical art and mixed it together to created 31 ink drawings. These reference classic art pieces by fameows artists. I loved working on this project! More info: redbubble.com | Instagram Leonardo Gatinci’s Mewna Lisa Pablo Picatsso’s Bust of a Cat (Dora Meowr) Furrnando Botero’s Le…… Continue reading I Created Meowdern Art By Mixing Classical Art With Cats
Reading Time: 4 minutes Jon Guerdrum loves to paint things that make people smile. His About Page on Etsy states: “I hope my art brings a grin to your face, and a giggle to your heart!” He works as senior mechanical engineer at Otter Products but spends time making his own art as much as possible. Guerdrum lives in…… Continue reading Watercolor Artist And Home Brewer Creates Cute Drawings Of Animals Chilling Out In Booze
Reading Time: < 1 minutes These animal-themed balaclavas – a close-fitting garment covering the whole head and neck except for parts of the face, typically made of wool – may not have any integrated action cams or other technology, but they’re definitely a conversation piece nonetheless.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes To most people, these square sheets of paper are just things you use to write notes on or fold into fun shapes, but give them to origami artist Ross Symons, and you’ll have a work of art in a few hours, like the Yoda above. Here’s how his obsession began: “I started with the crane…… Continue reading 20 Pieces of Paper Become Stunning Works of Art in the Hands of a Skilled Origami Artist!
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Traditionally, historians tended to think that ancient Egypt was the site of cat domestication, owing to the clear depictions of house cats in Egyptian paintings about 3,600 years old. Today, many of these cats are learning how to surf the web, play Facebook games and what not, as these pictures prove. Official Source: http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/ee/2d/fa/ee2dfa8d5237b4236f70067cb866ab5f.jpg
Reading Time: < 1 minutes What you’re looking at above isn’t dead leaves, but rather real camouflaged insects. To be more specific, they’re known as the “dying leaf-mimic katydid”. This species in startle display showing false eyespots on wings. This leaf-mimic katydid resembles a dead or diseased leaf at rest to protect itself from the predators. There’s also the dead…… Continue reading 25 Mind-Blowing Examples of Animal Camouflage in the Wild
Reading Time: < 1 minutes To keep things a bit more on the geeky side, we’ll start things off with a fascinating look (yet non-award-winning photo) at the black dragonfish, which lives in the deep parts of the Atlantic Ocean beyond where any plant life grows or light reaches. Official Source: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit-us/whats-on/temporary-exhibitions/wpy/index.jsp http://www.boredpanda.com/wildlife-photographer-of-the-year-2013-winners/