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5 a.m. and Kruger starts to come alive. What we see has the unrealistic grasp of a movie in production: as if following invisible stage directions, wild animals start to pop up from the bushes. We activate vocal chords (zebraaaaa, giraaaafe, elephaaaaant, rhiiiinooo, buffaloooo), we swap places, jump over each other and inevitably squash a few toes and kick a few faces on our way to the windows.

5 a.m. and Kruger starts to come alive. What we see has the unrealistic grasp of a movie in production: as if following invisible stage directions, wild animals start to pop up from the bushes. We activate vocal chords (zebraaaaa, giraaaafe, elephaaaaant, rhiiiinooo, buffaloooo), we swap places, jump over each other and inevitably squash a few toes and kick a few faces on our way to the windows.

The lawnmower cat is soooo cute! And the breakup one is great. The waltz one looks more like salsa dancing, though.

The lawnmower cat is soooo cute! And the breakup one is great. The waltz one looks more like salsa dancing, though.

JAPAN – Sporting a horse and carriage on its logo to convey its saddle-manufacturing roots, Hermès selected Nature at Full Gallop as the theme of its latest collection. Commissioned to design 22 of the fashion brand’s summer window displays throughout Japan, architecture firm Torafu resisted stereotypic imagery of animals, plants and landscapes. Instead, the designers magnified patterns found in plant cells to express the beauty and wonder of nature – microscopic forms invisible to the naked…

JAPAN – Sporting a horse and carriage on its logo to convey its saddle-manufacturing roots, Hermès selected Nature at Full Gallop as the theme of its latest collection. Commissioned to design 22 of the fashion brand’s summer window displays throughout Japan, architecture firm Torafu resisted stereotypic imagery of animals, plants and landscapes. Instead, the designers magnified patterns found in plant cells to express the beauty and wonder of nature – microscopic forms invisible to the naked…

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