Violaine & Jeremy is a graphic design and illustration studio based in Paris formed by Violaine Orsoni and Jeremy Schneider. The duo collaborate on a wide range of projects including the design and layout of Influencia magazine, indentity projects, and album covers.
Among their best work are these astounding graphite drawings of quirky animals adorned with beards of wildlife and other unexpected characters. You can see much more over on Behance.
Have you ever felt like the ground was pulled from under your feet? Well, if you ever have the chance to walk on these sidewalks you will not only feel but see how it is to suddenly run out of ground to stand on.
All over the world there are street artists who create such incredible illusions that will truly stop you in your tracks. And the best part is, that the artistic illusion can be appreciated only from a certain angle.
The themes are countless and endless, but perhaps the ones that leave the biggest impression are the large-scale chasms.
This imaginative way of showing you what could be under your feet is refreshing and for some even terrifying, but it is certainly a lovely way to shaken up your everyday routine.
‘Entwined lives’ by Tim Laman (USA) – Winner, Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016
The National History Museum has revealed its Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners, encompassing dramatic photographs of leopards, parakeets and pangolins.
American Tim Laman was the overall winner, thanks to his orangutan photo which didn’t require fancy equipment and lenses (it was taken on a GoPro) but did require three days of climbing.
“It’s a difficult-to-achieve shot,” commented chair of judges, Lewis Blackwell.
“This is very often what wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year: a picture that has a high degree of technical difficulty, but one that also has something to say; and Tim’s image certainly has that as well.”