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Texas Monthly by Thomas Fuchs

Texas Monthly by Thomas Fuchs

May 5th, 2015

Dose of quality traditional magazine illustrations by Thomas Fuchs. Visit Thomas Fuchs

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70 Creative Bathroom Sinks

70 Creative Bathroom Sinks

May 5th, 2015

It’s a systematic engineering project to obtain an elegant and comfortable bathroom with easy functionality. Every part of the room needs to be carefully selected and designed to fit the theme of the main body. Bathroom …

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Black and Yellow by Andrew Mageto

Black and Yellow by Andrew Mageto

May 5th, 2015

Set of creative make-up / portrait photography by Andrew Mageto. Visit Andrew Mageto

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Futuristic Art by Leon Tukker

Futuristic Art by Leon Tukker

May 5th, 2015

Set of amazing futuristic concept art by a 23-year-old artist from the Netherlands, Leon Tukker. Visit Leon Tukker

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Anacapri Summer Surreal by Rodrigo Maltchique

Anacapri Summer Surreal by Rodrigo Maltchique

May 5th, 2015

Set of colorful fashion portrait photography by Rodrigo Maltchique, an artist based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Visit Rodrigo Maltchique

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The eyes of a creature

Forget about BeetleCam and other devices. A British photographer risked his life as he captured these wildlife shots.

Jonathan Griffiths held his camera just inches away from tigers, bears and cougars as he took the pictures. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

The 32-year-old endured minus 40 degree Celsius temperatures at a Canadian wildlife breeding reserve as he gained the trust of each animal over two or three days. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

He enticed them with meat – mainly chicken – to photograph them close-up in his 15-month project. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

..and in another shot a tiger left condensation on his lens with its breath. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

The currency trader flew to Canada, where he stayed in a lodge by a wildlife breeding reserve. He would wake up at 5.30am each day, trekking off mountain trails in search of snow leopards, wolves and black leopards. A guide at the wildlife reserve stood by his side as he came face to face with some of nature’s most dangerous animals to capture them in intimate detail. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

Jonathan said: “At first I was quite nervous being so close to the animals as I did not know what to expect and they are wild… (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

For Jonathan the scariest moment came when he came face-to-face with a black leopard, “which made me fear for my life and I thought it could attack at any moment. It was was just mean and did not like humans full stop”. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

My family think I’m a bit nuts and worry about the consequences if something went wrong. But I just like getting as close as possible to get a different kind of shot.” On the approach….a Bobcat. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

Two Brown bears roar at the camera. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

A Siberian tiger bares its teeth. (Jonathan Griffiths/Solent)

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