Melody Hames, 27, is a British artist and she has a very interesting job – she gives horses free-hand artistic haircuts.
This human behaviour helps them to get healthy.
She had to trim her pony frequently because it suffered from a condition called cushings, causing it to have a thick woolly coat which doesn’t change in the warmer season.
The horses she works on always look fabulous
CREDIT: FACEBOOK/JMC EQUESTRIAN CUSTOM CLIPPING
But… What about eastern tradition?
Last week I saw some interesting pics about human life in Sahara, in which every camels are treated as a masterpiece.
But… This has provoked a great deal of criticism, because some people are completely against this attitude.
Sahara Desert Morocco
PH : lginç meslekler
The World Heritage-listed reef is currently suffering its worst bleaching in recorded history with 93 percent of corals affected due to warming sea temperatures.
Barriera corallina in Belize – © WWF Canon
“We’ve never seen anything like this scale of bleaching before
,” – said Professor Terry Hughes, who convened a team of 300 scientists to study the bleaching. – “In the northern Great Barrier Reef, it’s like ten cyclones have come ashore all at once
.” Following aerial surveys of 911 reefs, the scientists found that only 68 were completely intact and that almost a third were severely or entirely bleached. (from: The Telegraph
A close-up look at the Great Barrier Reef’s bleaching
( the whole article and photos: The Conversation )
April 12, 2016 9.12pm BST
Justin Marshall/coralwatch.org, Author provided
University of Queensland, Australia
Pictures show the silent death of many of these beautiful organisms. But, as noted above, the bleaching can in some cases be weirdly beautiful, as the corals shed their algal cloaks and reveal themselves
sea-life on the reef. See more on
By the term net art, which is also referred with Internet art, it refers to a contemporary artistic discipline aimed at creating works of art with, for and in the Internet. This art form has bypassed the traditional domain of the Museums and Galleries circuit, leaving the main role of the experience of aesthetic enjoyment to the Internet or other electronic networks. In many cases, viewing the work it is disintegrated in a particular kind of interaction with the artistic work. Artists working in this way are often called net artist. A well-known theorist Lev Manovich, net art, says it is “the materialization of social networks on the internet communications.” In fact the precursor group of this artistic movement has been able to create an artistic genre especially through its ability to create networks and connect programmers worldwide around a creative practice but also ironic. Net.art fact has played a lot with the parody, with error and with the disintegration of the web pages.
Daniel Martin Dutch artist and illustrator, creates portraits from the sinister glamor and looking ominous. The faces portraits are intentionally damaged after the realization, highlighting a broader concept of beauty, which encloses also the existence imperfection and therefore error.
His brushstrokes aware and at the same time instinctive and spontaneous conquer the spectator, who remains totally enraptured by the sense of chaos and order that emerges from the work of this sensitive artist.
Dear Phillips , original artist of Detroit and active environment of Brooklyn, has emerged on the international scene with a series of projects, including the very special ultraviolet portraits born of his research on beauty. The Beauties Ultraviolet UV photographs that are inspired by dermatologists and beauty experts use to show customers and patients as will their skin in the future: the ultraviolet technology shows, in fact, all those defects hidden beneath the surface that may occur with aging. Dear Phillips decided to use the same technology , combined with black and white, to create entirely new portraits: no more perfect faces and fake , more or less heavily modified, but a set of imperfections that create real beauty. This project promotes the acceptance of oneself , testifying as the show itself for what it really is more effective than a representation artificially perfect.