In this set of office workers striking precarious poses behind computer monitors with animal pictures on them, you can see how much fun some people have at work. The series is a clever and fun way to see how you too can waste some more time at the office.
They say that no man is an island. But perhaps, some sea animals are. To promote the lovely country of Ecuador, its tourism board created gorgeous images of submerged creatures whose upper bodies are imagined as parts of Ecuador’s most prominent backdrops–the Amazon, the Andes, the Pacific Coast, and the Galapagos Islands.
Editor and Publisher of Pleated Jeans, Jeff Wysaski thought it would be funny to create some new pet options at his local pet store. We’re inclined to agree.
Photographer Ty Foster was inspired to create his dogs wearing cones of shame series when his father sent him a picture of his two dogs in the post-vet healing collars. While these devices are a necessary evil for animals to heal, Foster’s portraits aptly depict the humiliating and unbearable experience the dogs have while wearing them.
Daniel Mackie’s beautiful watercolor paintings add a new dimension to the animals he draws. Each animal’s body is illustrated by a lush and detailed landscape. According to his website, “Daniel is a big fan of the printmakers of the Ukiyo-e period, which was between the 17th and 20th centuries.”
Illustrator Sara Corbett has taken the simplicity and power of tiny lines to create detailed and dramatic drawings of zebras, bats, fish and other animals in their natural settings. Her delicate marks leave lasting images that encompass flow and texture.
Just like with humans, albino animals are rare and majestic due to their absence of color. Born with all white skin and fur, these animals don’t blend into their surroundings in the least. In this collection of photos, you can appreciate their uniqueness and beauty.
Hella Jongerius’s detailed, hand-painted animal-filled porcelain bowls were commissioned by Bavarian porcelain manufacturer, Nymphenburg. The 3D creatures—foxes, birds, and hippos—are lovingly placed in delicate ceramic environments.
You could get into a heated discussion about which of the two subjects is cuter on the new Instagram account, Hot Dudes With Dogs. Over 10,000 followers are already enjoying how nice it is to look at these men with their pooches, so you can either add to the stream or simply enjoy the views.
Beyond the typical dog-lover, Shaanxi Province resident, Wang Yahfang, established a dog asylum that currently cares for over 1,300 strays. Solely run by donations and the help of just four other volunteers, the 60-year-old woman makes sure the animals are fed, cared for and groomed regularly.