The unusual selection of animals in Plotnikova’s striking works and their tender interactions with humans make her photography seem like digitally enhanced artwork. However, all of the animals are real and alive. Plotnikova’s wild ideas materialized with the help of animal trainers as well as understanding and devoted professional models.
Walrus Man 12x18 now featured on Fab. We all anthropomorphize animals—from our pets to the more exotic wildlife at the zoo. Now artist John Keddie has gone a step further with these quirky and enigmatic prints by putting wildlife in human form so you can’t tell where the person begins and the animal ends. Consider them instant conversation pieces.
Renaissance-Era Drawings Reveal Early Ideas About Evolution. works by "the greatest French artist of all time," according to Louis XIV. Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) used his artistry to compare human and animal faces, later inspiring Charles Darwin to write The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.