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Creative Mother Turns Her Son’s Baby Pics Into Cute Imaginary Adventures

These baby photos, jazzed up by artist and new mother Amber Wheeler, are a pleasure to see. Wheeler took simple photos of her baby son dressed in white on a white background and drew in designs with a simple computer illustration program. They put her baby boy everywhere from the open road or a hot air balloon to the final frontier of space.

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Beautifully Detailed Street Art by Traveling Chinese Artist DALeast

Chinese-born street artist DALeast, whose work is recognizable for its unique style anywhere he paints, has left a trail of stunning 3D graffiti spanning several continents. Each piece of his street art looks as it’s made out of thousands of metal shards, which all come together beautfuly to shape different animals, birds or humans in action.

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RC Planes Cleverly Designed To Look Like Witches And Wizards Flying On Broomsticks

Expert remote-controlled airplane craftsman Otto Dieffenbach from Flyguy Promotions has created a pair of RC planes that look like witches and warlocks flying on broomsticks just in time for Halloween. They may look strange in his hands, but once they take flight, the illusion is complete, and you almost expect them to raise a hand and wave (or turn you into a frog).

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Texts From Mittens: What If Cats Could Text?

Whether or not you’re a cat lover, you’ll certainly be able to appreciate some of the essential truths about our furry feline companions written by Angie Bailey in her “Texts from Mittens the Cat” on Catster. The blog series, which many are comparing to the hilarious Text From Dog, illustrates the kinds of conversations humans and cats might have if cats could text with iPhones.

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Intimate Portraits of Sleeping Pregnant Couples by Russian Photographer Jana Romanova

When Russian photographer Jana Romanova’s friends started getting married and having children, she started looking for a way to deal with this sudden change in her life. The product of her efforts was an extraordinarily intimate and tender portrait series of young sleeping pregnant couples called ‘Waiting’.

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