Would you be interested in seeing some amazing and creative animal inspired works of art?
We scour the world to find the most unique, creative and awe inspiring art and creative works to share with you. Featured here are some of the most brilliant artists in the world that feature animals in their sculptures, paintings, drawings, sketches and even some cartoons and other creative forms.
So if you are looking for Great Animal Art, please come and see what we found for you...
British heraldry has a long tradition of using animals in its imagery. On the grounds of Queen Elizabeth II's favorite residence, Windsor Castle, is St. George's Chapel, and on the roof of the chapel are 76 heraldic statues representing the Queen's (or King's) Beasts. The original statues dated back to the 16th century but were removed in 1682. They were finally restored in 1925.
While many people are set on killing snails, a new craze among animal
lovers involves painting their shells in hopes to protect these tiny
creatures. The results of this trend are stunning, creating tiny
crawling "bug" art galleries.
With so many beneficial goals for wildlife welfare, the Comedy Wildlife
Photography Awards celebrates its first year by announcing the
winners of its first competition, a lucky 13 photographs of the 1,502
submitted by photographers from 54 countries. This wild European
hamster, captured by camera 'in flight,' won the top prize for
Austrian photographer Julian Rad. Wow! Read on to catch the other 12 hilarious
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are a tribute to funny and fun
wildlife photography; excellent photography comes first, humor second.
Founded by Paul Joynson-Hicks, himself a wildlife photographer, the
Awards are a tribute to the sanctity of wildlife as well as to the
wildlife photographer who brings the majestic images of these creatures to
Yes, just 10 unbelievably brilliant photographs to show you from the
group of 100 finalists of the British Natural History Museum's Wildlife
Photographer of the Year Award 2015. The competition is now 51 years
old, the oldest and most prestigious wildlife photography challenge in
the world, open to professional and amateur photographers of all ages.
If you're considering entering next year, you will be welcome, but take
a look at the kind of competition you'll be facing....
The American Public Health Association (APHA) has prepared 'Ready, Pet, Go,'
a public service calendar for kids and adults on the importance of
being prepared in case of an epidemic or natural disaster, occurrences
that are more prevalent every year. The calendar is about teaching kids
(and adults!) protective tips through lessons learned from animals and
even insects like bees! Read on to see some of the neat photos and
captions in the calendar....