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Pet Art and How to Make It

Post pobrano z: Pet Art and How to Make It

If you are an animal lover, most likely you are also a pet owner. For pet parents, our furry companions are part of the family, not just a pet. As such, pet parents are always looking for creative ways to memorialize the love they have for their pets.

Pet Paintings

One of the most endearing ways people love to create art around their critters is through portrait painting. Whether your cat is posed amidst a black background or your dog is posed in a pumpkin patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin, or your guinea pig is a popcorning Red Baron pilot, portrait paintings are permanent illustrations of your pet’s unique personality. Just be mindful of the strain an awkward pose can put on an animal if made to be in it for a long length of time. Learn to recognize the symptoms of arthritis in dogs and other pets, especially older ones, before proceeding with your masterpiece.

Coffee Cups & Mugs

Creativity is contagious when it comes to our pets. Today, there are many sites that offer the ability to produce merchandise with your pet’s photos and artwork. Coffee cups and coffee mugs can carry a print of your critter’s image so you can carry your kitty, puppy, rabbit, guinea pig or fish with you at work.

Pet Sculptures

Sculptures can come in many forms. If you lack the artistic touch but want to create a sculpture in honor of your pet, polymer clay is one way to go. You can mold your cat, dog, rabbit or even fish from little pieces of clay. And if you make a mistake, you can start over without damage to the clay.

For a more permanent fixture, oven bake clay allows you to create your pet, cook it and color it as you wish. There are many videos online that teach how to bake/cure polymer clay. It’s tricky at first because the cooking time is what determines the success of your piece. However, by following the instructions, you should have no problem.

Mixed Media Pet Art

Mixed media is one of the most creative and fun ways to honor your critter. Usually, mixed media includes a variety of materials such as quality photography, paintings, clue, cut outs, paper, and paper mache, or anything that can be used creatively. Examples of mixed media projects are picture frames, pillows, or decor for your work office or home. Holiday pet cards are among the most popular pet creations. We love cards of our animals on Valentine’s Day, Labor Day or any holiday.

Charcoal & Graphite Drawings of Your Pet

If you know how to draw, then drawing your pooch, cat, bird or mouse is a fun and relaxing way to celebrate your pet. Charcoal and graphite sets come in inexpensive beginner sets. Some sets include a drawing pad. When you draw your pet, you can let your imagination get wild. Your pet is no longer bound by the three-dimensional world. He/she is memorialized in the setting you devise. Petsmart has Youtube videos that show you how to draw your dog. Similarly, you can find may other tutorials online that teach you how to draw your specific pet.

Pet Jewelry

Just like people parents, some dog and cat parents love to imprint the paws of their kittens, puppies and other creatures. The imprints on soft non-toxic animal clay are easy and safe to use. Once you capture your pet’s paw onto the soft-air drying clay, allow the impression to dry. Once the clay has dried, you can glue a metal jewelry necklace holder and metal chain to make a necklace.
Step stones also make nice gifts or decorations for the garden. Milestone sells pet photo stone kits you can decorate with a photo of your pet and stunning color glass gems, number stamps and a reusable mold.

Abstract Pet Art

Abstract creativity is a visually stimulating way to pay tribute to your pet. Abstract lines, drawings, paintings or sculptures can be illustrated in any form. Yarn can be used to create a modernized, colorful design of your pet. There are many DIY sites online and videos that show you how to produce beautiful items you can hang on your wall or decorate your bed with.
Pet parents will always cherish their pets and pay tribute to the unconditional love their furry little-loved gives them.

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Getting The House Ready For The Holidays

Post pobrano z: Getting The House Ready For The Holidays

The fall is upon the calendar and the holidays are nearly here. From the home decorators perspective, Halloween is nearly here followed by Thanksgiving in November, with Christmas and New Year’s Eve right around the corner. It’s a time where most homes transcend into holiday spirit before hosting a gathering after gathering with friends and family. The fall can also be a busy time for remodelling and DIY projects as school is back in session and the holiday’s fast approach. Many homeowners put off housework and preparation all year until the fall hits and its time to finish the basement for your cousins to stay in during Christmas. Finding inspiration isn’t hard after all, you can search online for kitchen remodel ideas, check out different home and living blogs for ways to transform your living space into more functional rooms, or see the annual issues of craft magazines for all the holiday decoration trends. Here are some ideas for each holiday as you enter the crazy season at home! 


Halloween seems to be a real feast of famine situation when it comes to enthusiasm and decoration. Some homes turn into borderline theme parks with bones, pumpkins, witches, and ghosts where many just light a candle or maybe change nothing at all. If you get a little creative you can join the ranks of the Halloween diehards without much work. If you are going for terrifying, a simple way to show your guts is to take old clothes, rags, and bedding to a pair of scissors and get them all tattered and dirty. Next, you can add some red dye or food coloring all over them in a splatter to give the scary sense of Freddy or Jason running through the neighborhood. Spreading out some of these ragged clothes on Halloween night will surely bring an element of gore to your yard. 

Photo by Drew Hays on Unsplash


In early November Thanksgiving is on everybody’s mind, one of the most popular holidays in America and a source of great inspiration. One of the hallmarks of Thanksgiving is the colors of red, yellow, and orange. When the weather is turning towards winter and all the leaves are changing colors outside you only see these colors so this year invite them into your home. Shopping for anything these colors is a great way to bring the season into your home. Just finding online shops with sales and deals on shipping can have new decor at your home weeks before the holiday without forcing you to leave home at all. Finding towels, blankets, and even bedding like can be super easy and affordable. Embrace the color because a few weeks after you will look out the window and see nothing but snow! 

Photo by Simon Maage on Unsplash


The 25th of December is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world and traditionally the one which gets the largest decorating budget in time and money. A Christmas decor hallmark is the tree, which can be covered in ornaments and lights any way you see fit. A newer trend has actually become planting a tree outside your home, decorating with the family, and letting it live long beyond that one Christmas season. It is a way to celebrate the holiday without cutting down a fresh tree to do so and year after year your family will have that tree as a memory of a past Christmas. 

Photo by Arun Kuchibhotla on Unsplash

New Year’s Eve

The turning over of the calendar is best celebrated by opulence and luxury. If you happen to find yourself throwing a New Year’s Eve party, this is the time to go big! If you are a woman get a sparkly dress and a man can match in a white tuxedo. As for the decorator, think Great Gatsby! Getting your home dressed up in glitz and glamour is the perfect setting for New Year’s Eve. Champagne and loud music are sure to bring a crowd to your home for fun long after the ball drops. 

Photo by Josh Boot on Unsplash

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Fenty Beauty: Fenty Beauty by Rihanna

Post pobrano z: Fenty Beauty: Fenty Beauty by Rihanna

Fenty Beauty

Fenty’s Playground invited Rihanna’s navy of fans and influencers to join her in an electrifying live immersive experience to produce the beauty film together, and in real-time. The launch event has since generated a whopping 1.1 billion impressions on social media.

The film of the experience shows the complete takeover of Madrid’s central Callao Square, orchestrated by experiential design agency Wildbytes. Wildbytes harnessed cutting-edge technology to create the unforgettable multi-sensorial experience and an instantaneous, high-end fashion film.

Advertising Agency:Wildbytes, New York, USA
Production Company:Wildbytes
Set Design:Wildbytes
Project Director:Julio Obelleiro
Creative Director:Casilda Sánchez
Art Director:Guillem Castellvi
Production Director:Laia Zanon
Technical Production:Andrés Yves
Space Designer:María López
Film Director:Ginesta Guindal

Burger King: Zombie Whopper

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Burger King

Advertising Agency:Buzzman, Paris, France
President:Georges Mohammed-Cherif
Executive Creative Director:Georges Mohammed-Cherif
Vicepresident:Thomas Granger
Managing Director:Julien Levilain
Creative Director:Jean-Christophe Royer
Art Directors:Mickael Krikorian, Victor Sidoroff, Steven Daout
Copywriters:Mickael Krikorian, Victor Sidoroff, Steven Daout
Account Director:Pierre Guengant
Account Manager:Loïc Coelho
Account Executive:Clémence Gateau
Account Executive Assistant:Antoine Boizeau
Strategic Planner:Clément Scherrer
Head Of Social Media:Julien Scaglione
Social Media Mangers:Marie Le Scao, Elise Lassimoulie
Head Of Pr:Amélie Juillet
Communication:Amélie Juillet
Pr:Suzanne Langlais, Julie Claeyman
Communication Assistants:Suzanne Langlais, Julie Claeyman
Head Of Tv Production:Vanessa Barbel
Tv Production:Assya Mediouni
Tv Production Assistant:May Pham
Production:HVH Productions
Post Producer:HVH Productions
Post Production:HVH Productions
Sound Production:Claire Paillot, Octopus
Director:Boris Vassallo
Producer:Rodolphe Hesseman