Marcus Cornell

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s part of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) an enormous outdoor installation of fish was constructed using discarded plastic bottles on Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The sculptures are illuminated from the inside at night creating a pretty spectacular light show. Apparently, the fact that you might encounter weird, large-scale art made of recycled materials in Brazil is always present.

Eco Art in Rio de Janeiro Brazil. A fish sculpture constructed from discarded plastic bottles rises out of the sand at Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June The city is host to the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, or

The term living statue refers to a mime artist who poses like a statue or mannequin, usually with realistic statue-like makeup, sometimes for hours at a time. It is a kind of art that requires a great deal of patience and stamina. As with all performing arts, living statue performers may perform as buskers or in commissioned shows. When a passer throws a coin, "the statue" mimes and shows thankfulness, and thus attracts the attention of others.

The term living statue refers to a mime artist who poses like a statue or mannequin, usually with realistic statue-like makeup, sometimes for hours at a time. It is a kind of art that requires a great deal of patience and stamina. As with all performing arts, living statue performers may perform as buskers or in commissioned shows. When a passer throws a coin, "the statue" mimes and shows thankfulness, and thus attracts the attention of others.

The paintings on the manhole covers in Japan is part of a 20-year program of street design, which aims to create a unique look of cities. Japanese manhole covers, which come in a variety of designs depending on locality, utility type and the manufacturer of the manhole cover, have caught the imagination of a growing number of "drainspotters" from around the world. I should add that these metal canvasses with hundreds of beautiful, vibrant artworks are not featured only in Japan.

The paintings on the manhole covers in Japan is part of a 20-year program of street design, which aims to create a unique look of cities. Japanese manhole covers, which come in a variety of designs depending on locality, utility type and the manufacturer of the manhole cover, have caught the imagination of a growing number of "drainspotters" from around the world. I should add that these metal canvasses with hundreds of beautiful, vibrant artworks are not featured only in Japan.

Although you are not a cat person, you have to admit that sleeping cats are so appealing and cute. Today we are going to give you a reason to believe that cats can sleep at any place as long as they want. This is typical paradox of the cat - although they have the whole apartment at their disposal, they sleep on the edge of a chair, in a box, or even on some weirdest places. But these cats are real professionals! They can sleep anywhere, and most importantly, how they want.

Anyone who has a cat knows they have the marvelous ability to sleep wherever they want, however they want. These pictures will show you just how funny or weird their sleep positions can get. There are quite a few peculiar facts about cat sleep.

Frank Uyttenhove is an exceptionally talented photographer and film director from Belgium. Thanks to his eye for detail and his amazing photo manipulation skills, he was able to produce many awesome photos. His photography is dominated by advertising and fashion assignments for Belgian and international advertising agencies. Often they are great productions with a precise message, humor and emotion as well as great technical skill.

Today we want to bring to your attention an extraordinary collection of creative digital works done by different design studios, photographers and artists all around the world. Take a sip of coffee or tea and enjoy the showcase.

I like macro photography and I will try to featured many of them on the site, but honestly, I haven’t seen anything like what Andrey Pavlov does with ants. Andrey Pavlov, a Russian photographer chose a unique way of storytelling combining both the media. He devotedly studied the lives of ants, and planted histrionic props on their trails. There he photographed them live as if in a drama or movie.

Russian photographer Andrey Pavlov made this playful photo series called 'Ant Tales'. The macro-photgographic series showcases whimsical pictures of ants