Anton van Hertbruggen, one about commuting to New York, one from his first children’s book.
Winning and featured entries of the National Geographic Photography Contest 2012.
via Mike, Wired.
Sarah Maycock, artist, illustrator, and designer.
Crocheted animals by Joana Vasconcelos.
Hello, work of Limbert Fabian.
Anna-Wili Highfield’s paper and copper wire sculptures.
Sara Saedi. Most of these are from her Animals & Foliage series, which I can’t help but love.
Jing Wei is an illustrator and print maker. These animals are malformed, for The Believer.
From Lindsay McCrum’s new photo book, Chicks with Guns.
Monte Sereno, California
Freedom Arms .454 Casull
“I ﬁrst looked into handgun hunting when I found my .375 riﬂe was heavy to carry while climbing a mountain, and its recoil was too punishing. I am 5’2” and weigh about 110 lbs. When I switched to a hunting handgun, I found it challenging and fun to shoot…. I’ve had several men mention to me that the .454 Casull kicks too much for them. My response is they’re ﬁghting it too much. Men seem to want to control the recoil but can’t, so they hold on too tight. I know I can’t beat it so I just go with the recoil and it doesn’t give me any trouble.”