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I saw this car in the garage at work and went Crazy-Ga Ga over this incredible work of art!!!

This post is photo heavy because you have to see all the dedications in art that make me think this person is pretty spiritual and perhaps even psychic. I recall hearing that colored birds come to visit after a loved one has passed on to the next World. Perhaps that is part of the dedication to the birds? Or, they just love ornithology. This is quite the Ode to Spring.

There is loving artwork on every surface, including hearts on the hood and lit candles around the back license plate. Also, note that there is an ornamental red “B” on the upper right of the back of the car. So, this Free Spirit is a Boston Red Sox fan too!

This car has Good Karma to boot! (that is only a funny pun if you are living in one of the Commonwealth countries or abroad)

I hope that you are as excited by this incredible piece of true high Performance Art! A definite Wild Magic Carpet Ride!













“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.”
~Thich Nhat Hanh

What magical way can you bring Empathy & Laughter together in the face of pain and loss? What could you do right now, however briefly, to comfort someone with humor and compassion? What would you do to make someone smile?

Bob Carey’s wife Linda describes him as a superhero. I agree.

Certainly he is an unusual one – a slightly overweight photographer, who wears nothing but a pink tutu while taking photographs of himself in locations around the world.

The images he produced are beautiful but also have a cheeky sense of humour. His reason for doing this? To make his wife of 27 years laugh as she fought against breast cancer.

He braved freezing water, snow, strong winds and public embarrassment. This the story of how his images, under the Tutu Project, have gone to help bring a smile to people’s faces all around the world.






Photograph by LAURA WILLIAMS
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In this beautifully executed concept, we see a self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an 18-year-old artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.

8 x 8 prints are available through Laura’s society6 shop, and be sure to check out more of her photography at the online links below.

[via One Big Photo]





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