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Artist Creates ‘Decaying’ Paintings As Visual Representation Of Neglect

by Valerie Hegarty


The Japanese take cute to a completely different level. Case in point: these tiny edible kitties, which are both adorably cute and tasty too. Caroline, a Japanese mom, made these for Cat’s Day (also known as Neko no Hi), which was on February 22. The little kitties are made from nerikiri, a sweet white-bean paste that’s mixed with a type of rice that’s similar in texture to mochi. Caroline also made all of the little accessories herself too.

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Maya Kulenovic art.


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Make the best of Winter GIVEAWAY #2: Dreampipe collective creatures bundle!

Reblog to win this cute bundle of stuff from Dreampipe Collective’s Etsy


*Winner announced on NEW YEARS*

stay tuned for next Wednesdays giveaway!

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OMUT naive capsule collection

Nastya Klimova & Liza Smirnova are the two designers behind this beautiful hand crafted capsule collection for OMUT, that features embroidered anatomical details.

Nastya Klimova

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MUCH LOVED Photographer Marc Nixon made ​​a series of portraits of teddy bears and other stuffed animals along with their age, size and history. Some were very much loved :-)
These photos come from a book, “Much Loved” l Imprint : Abrams Image l Via

What a lovely idea for a book. 


African lake turns animals into statues
Tanzania’s Lake Natron calcifies the animals that die in its waters, and Nick Brandt captures them with eerie photographs.