Thanks to her mother who made her pictures go viral using her creativity and talent.
Los Angeles-based mother Laura Izumikawa Choi has a seemingly endless array of adventurous ideas for her four-month-old daughter Joey Marie’s nap time.
Her story is quiet similar to the one we published few months earlier. Both the stories are loaded with creativity and adventurous ideas. Have a look at the previous story images here which are even more adventurous than these ones by which this talented mom has narrated a totally different story in each image.
The baby’s photos have received more than 100,000 likes.
View Similar story here. The images narrate far more creative stories.
Haruka Misawa, a Japanese designer, reproduces the delicate alluring paper flowers through the simple act of sharpening a pencil. Curled up in a ring-like crown, the fragile paper objects assume the shape of tiny floral petals, with colorful details radiating from within the cylindrical form.
Misawa first created a series of custom, pencil-like forms using layers of tightly-rolled tinted paper on printed biotope gafs with a color gradation. Misawa applied paste to the surface of each sheet and wrapped it around a core, forming a tube-like shape. Finally, the designer — using an ordinary stationary tool — carefully sharpened the paper rods to create thin, spiraling sheets, whose delicate materiality resembles floral blooms. While these ‘pencil’ shavings measure between 15-40 millimeters in diameter, a close look reveals a sense of the textural properties of the individual paper sheets. ‘depending on how you sharpen it, the shavings may be thick and heavy, or so thin as to be almost transparent,’ the designer describes. ‘you can’t make the same flower twice. once you’ve created one, you’re bound to try again.’
EBRU ART – The floating paints art or the marble art requires creativity, precision and imagination.
Via: garip ay
German artist Simon Schubert creates intricate paper works of interior portraits by just carefully folding plain white paper.
The folded lines of the pieces reveal delicate interiors of real buildings, such as the Berlin Stadtschloss and Marienbad.
In a statement about the project, the artist says: “The works often show interiors from the end of the 19th century reminding the spectator of ‘haunted mansions’.
Magical,Gravity-Defying Landscape Sculptures by Dutch Artist Patrick Bergsma. His newer works demonstrate his endless creativity in sculpting floating, post-apocalyptic homes.
Appearing to defy gravity, old ramshackle buildings painted in rustic shades meld with rock formations and elaborate root systems. Bonsai trees sprout from the top, creating darkly beautiful habitats for tiny, marooned people; a helicopter lands perilously atop one, and on another, a girl kneels pensively amongst the roots of a dead tree.
Pressed Fern, Algae, and Gold Leaf Illustrations by Helen Ahpornsiri
England based artist Helen Ahpornsiri continues to explore the possibilities of pressed plant life in her ongoing series of wildlife illustrations that depict insects, animals, and other creatures. Helen has recently begun experimenting with gold leaf that she applies to ferns and then incorporates as accents into various pieces. You can see more on her website, on Instagram, and through her shop. (via the Instagram Blog)
The ROAR project (Robot based Autonomous Refuse handling), is a system in it’s prototype phase where an autonomous robot works with a drone to pick up trash from the locations and collect it within the garbage truck.
The project which is funded by the Volvo group is being invented by more than 30 students from different universities. This robot can replace the cleaning / garbage men totally, once the project is fully functional. The project was announced by the Volvo group in September.
The robot is equipped with sensors and camera on top of the truck which navigates it and keeps it away from the obstacles. The process is being tested and it also has an inbuilt emergency break to avoid collision with any object or suppose a child is running. The robot will automatically stop in such a situation. It can also change it’s way if the sensor detects any obstacle on the way.
Watch here how the project works:
A story in one of the schools in Chennai where admission is considered impossible!!!
To get UKG admission for my friend’s daughter I too went there. For that admission my friend had studied a lot than his daughter …!
The child could not understand why they brought her there..
When we all were standing, the school principal started to converse with the child….yes…in English only! This is one of the most memorable interview I have ever witnessed in my life..
“What’s your name?”
“Good. Tell me something you know”
“I know many things. Tell me what you want…!”
Alas, there is no better point for not getting the admission!
Sarithra’s mother was trying to make up the situation but the principal stopped her..
Turning to child, she said.. “Tell any rhyme or story which you know..”
Again,”Which one you want.. Rhyme or Story!?”
“Ok. Plz tell me a story..”
“Do uou want to hear what I studied or what I wrote..!?”
Taken to surprise, she asked “Oh! you write stories…???”
“Why should I not write..?”
Now even I was taken aback But she was impressed with the answer. She ( including us) would have not heard such a story in our life…
Ok, tell me story which you have written-?
Sarithra said “Ravanan kidnapped Sita & took her to Srilanka”
The opening scene failed to impress but still she encouraged the child to continue..
“Rama asked Hanumans help to rescue Sita. Hanuman too agreed to help Rama …”
“Now, Hanuman called his friend Spider man.” No one expected this twist in the story!!
“Because there are lot of mountains between India and Srilanka.. but if we have Spiderman we can go easily with his rope…”
“But Hanuman can fly isn’t it.. ?”
“Yes. But he is having Sanjeevi Mountain on one hand so he cannot fly very fast.!”
All is quiet, after a while Sarithra asked “Should I continue or not?.”.
“Ok plz continue!”
“Hanuman and Spiderman flew to Srilanka and rescued Sita. Sita said Thanks to both!”
“When you are helped you should say Thanks!” So “Hanuman is now called Hulk…”
All were surprised.She realized our curiosity and said ” Now Sita is there, so to take her safely back to Rama she called Hulk”
“What??? “Hanuman can carry Sita right?”
“Yes. But he has Sanjeevi Mountain in one hand and has to hold spider man on the other”
No one could control thier smiles. ” So when they all started to India they met my friend Akshay! ”
“How come Akshay there now?”
“Because its my story and I can bring any one there!”
The principal didn’t get angry but waited for the next twist
Then all started to India and landed at Chennai Velechery bus stop!
Now I asked,”Why they have landed In Velechery bus stop?
“Because they forgot the way..& Hulk got an idea and called Dora!”
I came to know about Dora only there…!
“Dora came and she took Sita to Velechery Venus Colony…that’s all!”
She finished the story with a smile..
The principal asks “Why venus Colony…?”
“Because sita is there & iam Sita!!!”
The principal was impressed and embraced the child. She has been admitted in UKG & was gifted with a Dora doll…
Kids can really amaze… but we clip their wings (creativity) expecting them to do things as we see it right & not from their viewpoint..
Let’s give every child freedom to do their own thing & watch their dreams come true..