A Year Book For Cat: CAT HIGH

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This hilarious parody yearbook explores the ups and downs of a year in the life of the senior class cats at Paw Paw High School. This active senior class did a lot in their last year of high school: The Glee Club Meowlers recorded their first album, “Songs to Lick Fur To,” the drama club performed Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, the Ratters football coach, Fred Ball Whiskers, retired, and Sophie McMeow was voted “Most Chased.” Filled with cat class photos, candid shots, and handwritten notes to the yearbook’s owner, Nelson “Gill” Fish, Cat High revives the classic parody yearbook in all its black-and-white, feline-filled glory.
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Romanian photographer selected one typical ten-storey apartment block in Bucharest at random for a photography project.

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Eastern Europe is full of barracks popular dystopian from the air, all divided into small studios built during the Soviet regime to house the thousands of workers arrived from the countryside. Fascinated by anthropology and the geometry of these spaces, the Romanian photographer Bogdan Girbovan decided to photograph all the studios of his stable.

Since my neighbors seem willing to welcome me into their home only when it comes to show smudging caused by infiltration of my pipe, I called Bogdan to speak of the difficulties encountered in the realization of his project.

VICE: How did the idea for this project?
Bogdan Girbovan: She was born just reflecting on my personal space, the space in which I live, I meditate, work and make love. I started to shoot directly into my studio, and the obsession with those four walls has gradually grown-space changed depending on the angle in which I posizionavo with the camera, because it also changed the perspective. But I think in part it is also for my interest in mathematics and precision.

And why have you extended to the studios of your neighbors?
Be ‘, the exercise is a good teacher, so I decided to apply the same scheme to other apartments of the building. The fact is that I did not know if they were all the same, these apartments. I live on the tenth floor, and one day the lady of the ninth he asked me to give her a hand to fix a door. His apartment has left me speechless when I entered, because it was far compared to mine. That is, the space was the same, but it was what he’d been filled to make it different.

How did you convince your neighbors to welcome you and to be photographed?
Math helped me again: I used all the connections between the various tenants. The lady of the ninth floor I arrived at the studio of the eighth. And the tenant was on good terms with both the ninth that with the seventh floor. Just like a game.

The difficulties we have been, if anything, with younger tenants, who did not understand my project and camped excuses. “Now my girlfriend there, come back later.” So I did, and I kept ripresentarmi the door until I did not get what I wanted. Plus I just tripped on Sunday, when we tend to be more calm and relaxed.

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Eastern Europe is full of barracks popular dystopian from the air, all divided into small studios built during the Soviet regime to house the thousands of workers arrived from the countryside. Fascinated by anthropology and the geometry of these spaces, the Romanian photographer Bogdan Girbovan decided to photograph all the studios of his stable.

Since my neighbors seem willing to welcome me into their home only when it comes to show smudging caused by infiltration of my pipe, I called Bogdan to speak of the difficulties encountered in the realization of his project.

How did the idea for this project?
Bogdan Girbovan: She was born just reflecting on my personal space, the space in which I live, I meditate, work and make love. I started to shoot directly into my studio, and the obsession with those four walls has gradually grown-space changed depending on the angle in which I posizionavo with the camera, because it also changed the perspective. But I think in part it is also for my interest in mathematics and precision.

And why have you extended to the studios of your neighbors?
 Be ', the exercise is a good teacher, so I decided to apply the same scheme to other apartments of the building. The fact is that I did not know if they were all the same, these apartments. I live on the tenth floor, and one day the lady of the ninth he asked me to give her a hand to fix a door. His apartment has left me speechless when I entered, because it was far compared to mine. That is, the space was the same, but it was what he'd been filled to make it different.

How did you convince your neighbors to welcome you and to be photographed?
Math helped me again: I used all the connections between the various tenants. The lady of the ninth floor I arrived at the studio of the eighth. And the tenant was on good terms with both the ninth that with the seventh floor. Just like a game.

The difficulties we have been, if anything, with younger tenants, who did not understand my project and camped excuses. "Now my girlfriend there, come back later." So I did, and I kept ripresentarmi the door until I did not get what I wanted. Plus I just tripped on Sunday, when we tend to be more calm and relaxed.

Hasan Kale, Artist of Small Paintings [15+ PICS]

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Hasan Kale, a fantastically skilled painter from Turkey, pushes the limits of what can be accomplished with paint by painting incomprehensibly minor yet delightful compositions on… pretty much anything, truly.

Kale’s creative canvases incorporate, however are not restricted to, nut husks, split almonds, banana chips, and beans – insofar as it’s little, he’ll paint on it. He paints on inorganic articles also, yet the nourishment canvases are more amazing a direct result of their impermanent nature. And afterward there’s the scale to consider. The greater part of these are tiny to the point that they can’t be seen plainly without amplification, which makes one wonder – how could he have been able to he do that!?

As indicated by his Facebook, Kale has set himself the objective of painting an outline of Istanbul on a strand of hair. On the off chance that there’s anyone who can pull this off, it’s likely him.
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