Video: The story of Flowers

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Hi everyone & welcome to Friday. This is CEO Olivia reporting. Today I’ve sniffed out a pawsome, beautiful video.

Spanning from day to night; from sunshine to rain & wind, “Story of Flowers” shows the various stages of botanical growth. Illustrated by Katie Scott, animated by James Paulley, & directed by Azuma Makoto, “Story of Flowers’, depicts the interconnected networks within an ecosystem, like the organisms underground fertilizing the soil or a pollinating bumblebee. Head to Instagram to sniff out more work from ScottPaulley, & Makoto.

Happy Valentines day, have a wooftastic weekend.

CEO Olivia

Wood Carver Tach Pollard

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Hi everyone, CEO Olivia here. Today we are sniffing out some pawsome wood carvings. UK-based artist/wood carver Tach Pollard transforms gnarled tree roots into fantastical creatures inspired by European folklore. Pollard began collecting tree roots when he was a child, but didn’t start carving them until much later in life. He predominantly works with oak tree roots, but has recently begun to work with hawthorn as well.

 

How magical. When I see a tree root, I just chew on it. BOL!

Have a wooftastic weekend.

CEO Olivia

Artist Matthew Grabelsky

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Hi everyone, CEO Olivia barking. Los Angeles-based artist Matthew Grabelsky uses the New York City subway system as the setting for his surreal portraits of people who are normal from the neck down, but who have animal heads.

Mr. Grabelsky has a BA in Art & Art History as well as a BS in Astrophysics. His work has been shown in dozens of exhibitions & art shows around the world. In 2017 he painted an album cover for electronic musician Moby. Let’s have a look, you can see more of Grabelsky’s work on Instagram.

Have a wooftastic weekend.

CEO Olivia