Articles by "LelaMay, Author at Worthwhile smile"

Flower Explosion by Martin Klimas

Flower Explosion by Martin Klimas

German photographer Martin Klimas freezes flowers  in liquid nitrogen, shoots them with an air gun from behind and than captures them in [...]

Mar 10, 2014     No Comments
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Animated Celebrities by Rui Pinho

Animated Celebrities by Rui Pinho

Incredible collages by Rui Pinho combining cartoon characters and celebrities with a similar facial features.

Mar 5, 2014     No Comments
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Pop Culture Sculptures by Elisa Insua

Pop Culture Sculptures by Elisa Insua

Elisa Insua uses such an interesting medium. From shampoo bottle tops, cheap toys, coins, sweets, cell phones, old computer parts – basically [...]

Mar 5, 2014     No Comments
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Paper Birds by Diana Beltran Herrera

Paper Birds by Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera has used paper to create these intricate models of birds. Herrera’s colourful creations have been displayed at exhibitions [...]

Mar 4, 2014     No Comments
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The Adventures of Paper by Kouichi Chiba

The Adventures of Paper by Kouichi Chiba

Japanese photographer Kouichi Chiba creates tiny and expressive paper characters framed in the context of his beautiful photographs “fragile and romantic [...]

Feb 15, 2014     No Comments
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Blooming Flowers by Paul Lange

Blooming Flowers by Paul Lange

Paul Lange is a trained photographer and his work has been featured in top publications like The New York Times and Vogue. These photos just [...]

Feb 13, 2014     No Comments
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Photography by Alain Baumgarten

Photography by Alain Baumgarten

Alain Baumgarten- Beautifully layered, square frames ooze mood, creative approach, shallow depth of field effects, long exposures, black and white, infrared [...]

Feb 6, 2014     No Comments
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My Head Is My Canvas – Philip Levine

My Head Is My Canvas – Philip Levine

Philip Levine started using his head as a canvas for creativity back in 2006 when he began to go bald. He inspires [...]

Feb 5, 2014     No Comments
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Random Awesomeness

Random Awesomeness

60 percent of happiness is determined by our genetics and environment, the remaining 40 percent is up to us. Finding laughter [...]

Jan 27, 2014     No Comments
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Kids Making A Mess

Kids Making A Mess

Children could benefit from a bit of autonomy in their everyday activities but sometimes children exaggerate so you need to set [...]

Jan 24, 2014     No Comments
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