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Michelangelo’s Painting “The Creation of Adam” Recreated by Curious Squirrel

Squirrel Reaching For Walnut

This red squirrel seems to be recreating Michelangelo’s painting of the The Creation of Adam on the ceiling of the Sistine chapel as it reaches for a walnut. Photographer Stanislav Duben, took the photo of his 16 year-old-sister, Aneta, as she fed the squirrel in a park in Mlada Boleslav in the Czech Republic.

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People Creatively Blend Themselves in with Vinyl Records

People Blend Themselves in with Vinyl Record

After introducing the Corpus Libris (which literally means “Body Books” in Latin) here is another round of funny and creative people blending themselves in with vinyl records. There are literally endless number of creative possibilities to make your image really stand out.

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Nawaz Sharif & Narendar Modi Sand Sculpture

Nawaz Sharif & Narendar Modi Sand Sculpture

Indian artist Sudarshan Pattnaik created this sand sculpture of Narendar Modi and Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif with a message “Peace Gets A Chance”. Pakistan prime minister is officially invited to visit the auth-taking ceremony of new Indian prime minister Narendar Modi.

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Dead Animals Dressed Up To Look Like They Are Sleeping

Dead Animals Photography

Photographer Emir Ozsahin captures the pictures of dead animals which look like they are happily sleeping. Turkish photographer says he hopes to help owners come to terms with their grief. He realized the grief when he lost a close friend, it made him think about death and ways in which he could use photography to help him and others through a difficult time.

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Volkswagen Trucks For Every Kind of Load

Volkswagen Trucks Ads

To promote Volkswagen Trucks, with the slogan “For every kind of load, Brazilian ad agency BBDO came up with interesting ideas and using cartons normally used for eggs, milk, vegetables and beer.

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Incredible Rainbow Mountains in China

Rainbow Mountain in China

These rainbow mountains are China’s secret geological wonder. It’s like China’s own version of the Grand Canyon located at the Zhangye Danxia landform Geological Park in Gansu, China. The unusual colors of the rocks are the result of red sandstone and mineral deposits being laid down over 24 million years.

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