French painter Annick Bouvattier painted women, often alone, in almost empty flats, but furnished mainly by shadows and light. Young, pretties, they live their femininity without false modesty, unconcerned by the looks of others. Large canvases, close-up compositions, the works of Annick Bouvattier are spaces where the pictorial rhymes with the emotional. Take a look!
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- 2012-08-01 14:04:30
Unusual and creative playgrounds designed by Danish company Monstrum.
Eye-catching playground structures look like airplanes, ships, buildings, and different animals. They feature climbing walls, chin-up bars, rope bridges, and fun slides that were designed for the kids of all ages.
No Animals were hurt during the making of this ad ;)
Today we want to show you some Odis creative advertising posters demonstrating the power of 3-number locks. The billboards present scenarios in which numbers serve as security barriers for a bag in an airport, a tent in a camp site, and a locker on a university campus. And also other combinations under slogan “Odis. The safest 3 numbers lock.” The first campaign won a Silver Outdoor Lion at Cannes International Festival of Creativity. The second is quite new and perhaps also will win some prizes. Take a look!
Beautiful photos of cute and adorable babies in different sleeping positions.
Amazing images were captured by Nebraska based twin photographers Tracy Raver and Kelley Ryden.