We all know that wolves kill various species of animals, but what we're slightly less aware of is that they give life to many others – and what's also really interesting is how wolves changed the behavior of the rivers. George Monbiot explains in this beautiful film.
Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita creates amazing shadow art by using a single light source positioned at just the right angle to illuminate a variety of objects placed strategically, so that their combined shadow looks like a person. The artists uses wooden blocks, aluminum numbers and sometimes just a single piece of creased Japanese paper, wrinkled fabric or sculpted wood to create the incredible effect.
Artist Victor Nunes gives a new purpose to everything he touches. By surrounding different objects with simple line drawings, he creates playful illustrations. Popcorn turns into faces, lettuce into hair and dresses, scissors into animals and pencil shavings into mohawks and wings.
Will it beard? That is the question. Photographer Stacy Thiot started a photo project called WILL IT BEARD, where her husband Pierce Thiot tries to stick different household objects in his beard. From raw noodles to toothpicks to lit matches, here's a few of the things that successfully beard.