Lonesome Monkey. A young golden snub-nosed monkey, high up in China’s Qinling Mountains, keeping its extremities as warm as possible, while its mother isn’t around
This monkey is insanely cute and lovable — and endangered. This is a young golden snub-nosed monkey, high up in China’s Qinling Mountains, keeping its extremities as warm as possible, while its mother isn’t around. Poor lonely monkey. But that’s not the most distressing of the year’s best wildlife photos, from the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Check out more at here
Artist Jason Freeny peels back to cloth to see what the inside of LittleBigPlanet’s Sackboy looks like, bones and all, modifying an official vinyl toy and having his anatomical way with the star of Media Molecule’s game.
Freeny is expert at crafting anatomical tweaks to cute and cuddly characters, from Mario to Hello Kitty to the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
Octopus Doumbia or Grimpoteytis. It is deep-sea octopuses, living in deep ocean.It is known that in nature there are about 37 various types of Octopus Doumbia , classified into 4 families, who tend to live in close proximity to the ocean bottom.
One Piece X Hello Kitty. The Japanese studio Toei Animationannounced that will launch the One Piece x Hello Kitty series of collaborative goods in November. The concept of this collaboration has Chopper and the other characters from One Piece coming to play in the world of Hello Kitty.
Stationery, goods, clothing, accessories, and other items will be rolled out for sale under licensing agreements with about 20 companies. In addition, Sanrio itself also plans to sell character goods. Within a year, about 350 types of characters goods are slated to be sold.
Water tends to absorb light in the red portion of the visible spectrum, often giving the subjects of underwater marine photography a blue-green tint that can wash out their natural colors.
To get around this problem, photographer Mark Laitaplaces his subjects in a decidedly unnatural setting, using tanks, studio lighting and black backdrops to capture creatures’ true hues. The results are nothing short of incredible.
These images are from a collection of photos assembled in Laita’s recently published book, Sea