Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Two Determined Cats Keep Trying to Sneak Into This Japanese Art Museum


Meet Ken Chan and Gosaku: two curious cats who aren’t just hungry for tasty treats—they’re hungry for cultural nourishment. The determined duo having been trying for to get into Hiroshima Onomichi City Museum of Art for two years.
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Pet project



As the Dutch capital’s first official pet portraitist, Isabella Rozendaal has created an eye-catching portfolio of animal photography.

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Monday, November 19, 2018

BSA




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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Fall Evening

Incidental Comics

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Friday, November 16, 2018

A Walrus named Frank


Marc Johns

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Electrik Kidz




Collaborating with Featuring agency, LM Chabot present playful yet nostalgic visuals for the new Electrik Kidz's campaign.

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Minimals


Minimals is a new short film by Helsinki-based animator and director Lucas Zanotto composed of fictionalized kinetic sculptures based on real animals.

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Meet Thumbelina, the squirrel.


One day a man came back home, only to find that a mother squirrel had made a nest of twigs, dried pines and branches on his bed for her two newborn squirrels. Wildlife rehabilitators Christina and Michael were called out to the unusual incident, and tried to reunite the babies with their mother. However, busy with fetching materials for the nest, mother squirrel had no intention of taking the babies with her. Eventually, she stopped coming back at all. Unfortunately, one of the baby squirrels didn’t make it, and after an assessment by a local wildlife vet, it was determined that the remaining baby would not survive on her own either.
Which is why Christina and Michael decided to step in and adopt Thumbelina.


  Now Thumbelina is a happy squirrel who spends her time peacefully with her Mom and Dad, but not without occasionally getting in some sort of trouble! 

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Be Careful


Photograph by Jonathan Irish

  Thousands of photographs from around the world were whittled down to 41 finalists in the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.

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Word on the Street


These snarky, viral billboards helped The Grinch have a successful opening weekend at the box office.

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The definition of “doctor’s orders” is about to be rewritten in the United Kingdom.


Thanks to a new government scheme, general practitioners across the country will advise patients to absorb fewer pills and syrups and more art and culture.
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One road to the promised land.


Photograph: Go Nakamura/Reuters

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Croatian police 'brutality'



Asylum seekers from Algeria, Syria and Pakistan, they had been captured by the Croatian police attempting to cross the Bosnia-Croatia border into the EU, and brutally beaten before being sent back. Sami, 17, from Kobane, gave the Guardian his footage, which appears to provide compelling evidence of the physical abuses, supposedly perpetrated by Croatian police, of which migrants in the Bosnian cities of Bihac and Velika Kladusa have been complaining.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

John Brosio




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Antonio Segura Donat aka Dulk








See more of Dulk’s imaginative works here.

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Personal Message



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The beguiling philosophy of Peanuts



Peanuts creator Charles M Schulz claimed his comic strips were “about nothing” – but according to a new exhibition, they had a seismic influence on society, writes Cameron Laux.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Stan's Soapbox


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