Visitors are seen near a sand sculpture created by sand artist Sudarshan Pattnaik on the eve of World Water Day, at the Bay of Bengal’s eastern coast beach at Puri, some 65 kms from Bhubaneswar, India.
What looks like an image of a beagle getting a bath (above) is actually a 4’ by 1 ½’ high definition photograph covered in 221,184 nonpareil sprinkles, each placed painstakingly by hand. At a distance of 16 feet, the sprinkles blur, tricking the human eye into believing that it is looking at a large photograph.
Japanese artist Hikaru Cho paints amazingly realistic exteriors to camouflage food in his series, entitled “Its Not What It Seems”. What you’re looking at here may seem like food – and it is – but it’s not what you think, her artwork realizes us how we see everyday objects from outer looks and shapes.
When Mel Staples asked her eight-year-old son to pick apples from a tree on their property she was baffled at the small harvest he returned with. The apple was grown on Ms Staples’ property in Kingston, southern Tasmania, and after posting the photo to social media she says her friends simply couldn’t believe it.
Many owners of these furry creatures photograph their cats wearing fashionable hipster glasses, creating pictures that truly personify the term “cool cat.” Whether these cats wearing leggings, wearing colorful hats, or even they get their special cat outfits they have been winning the hearts of people and the internet for years.