Amelia’s World and Animal Affinity -Tiny Girl Who Loves Animals,Photos Captured by Her father Robin Schwartz
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New Jersey-based photographer Robin Schwartz captures over 10 years to capture these stunning pictures of her adorable daughter, Amelia, bonding with a wide range of animals in her series titled Amelia’s World and Animal Affinity. . Schwartz, as you probably gathered from her photos, is an animal person and her daughter has been the subject of her body of work Schwartz is a professor of photography at William Paterson University.The photographer explains, "Amelia was not taught to fear animals, her siblings are animals. She is comfortable with animals as part of her natural world… She does think it sad that other children and adults are afraid of animals."
Some may criticize about any injuries Amelia has had from coming so close to wild animals, but her mother assures this "being bit in the face by a cousin’s dog at a family visit – no photography involved." She adds, "People are whom I fear, they are the most dangerous and cruelest of animals we encounter. To protect my daughter, I teach her to be cautious of humans and constantly warn Amelia about not getting run over when crossing the street."
A heartwarming and hilarious video has captured the brutal honesty of children’s first encounters with new foods, showing their reactions in slow motion.
Made by Saatchi & Saatchi, the two and a half minute homage entitled The First Taste was inspired when a creative director at the company’s Australian branch watched his own daughter try a gherkin.
The video focuses on seven toddlers and infants as they try sophisticated foods such as pickled onions, olives, anchovies and Vegemite.
A delightful look at children taking their first taste of some challenging foods. Filmed in high speed, stunning clarity, this film allows us to almost see the thoughts of these children on their faces.
Made by Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney especially for TEDxSydney 2013.
It was the video that captured those moments we’ve all encountered and, one hopes, still encounter, even if our adult selves have learnt to restrain an outwards show of disgust, surprise, confusion or rapture.
Screened at the TEDxSydney conference on Saturday The First Taste captures in delightfully slow motion the unfettered reactions of a group of children trying foods such as anchovy, Vegemite and olives for the first time.
Matt Gilmour, creative director at marketing agency Saatchi & Saatchi, says the inspiration for the film came from his two-year-old daughter, whose bewildered disappointment at a gherkin features towards the end of the film.
"It’s funny how raw a child’s reaction to something is. There’s no filter. It’s just really physical and that’s what I love about it," said Gilmour, according to the web siteGood Food.
Are you able to encourage children to eat in a funny way, especially something unpopular as carrots or peas?
Certainly, yes. I myself am a parent and I had to invent something. Finally, the design is the art of creativity. Every parent knows what a nightmare of feeding. Telling a child: do not play with your food, just eat. That is why I created these plates In spite of the principles used by mothers around the world, that food should not be play with.
Let the child be the captain, which does not want to the ship to sink but safely reached the port. Or let the child be a truck driver and arrange for delivery and unloading a little salad so that it could can order another load when the child has finished.
Finally, brussel sprouts turn into a cosmic stone superman, and pineapple turn into a big wheel truck operating in the diamond mines in Africa and fool the child in what he or she is eating.
To this end, I used the highest quality ceramics and method of application drawings on a plate, which is extremely durable and resistant to washing in dishwashers or microwave. This durability is guaranteed by the firing ceramic components in the furnace at a temperature of 800 °C.
Polish transport designer Boguslaw Sliwinski has created a new series of plates for your toddler ..after sketching of beautiful faces he uses real fruits and vegetables on ceramic plate . series called FaceOn, these plates are painted one of the six profiles. and two sizes are available online if you want to buy.
Evian’s babies are back, and they look more familiar than usual.
The infants, introduced by BETC Paris in 1998 with the beloved French spot "Water Babies," and made famous a decade later by the global "Roller Babies" spot (one of the most-watched ads ever on YouTube), return this week with the film below, called "Baby & Me." Once again, they represent your gleeful inner child, but this time they want to dance with you.
The agency’s executive creative director, Rémi Babinet, spoke to Adweek about how the new campaign came about. "With ‘Baby & Me,’ the brand seeks to stay fresh by renewing the ‘Live Young’ concept of the preceding work," he says. "In the last campaign, ‘Baby Inside,’ we used a simple creative mechanism, a T-shirt, to bring to life the baby inside all of us. With ‘Baby & Me’, the adult and baby selves actually meet for the first time."
The spot, filmed in Buenos Aires and Paris, features adults and kids who were cast because they looked like each other. From there, thanks to some CGI, they mirror each other’s dance moves.
Agency and client both pointed out that the babies aren’t just an advertising gimmick. They’re rooted in the brand’s history. "The babies are true to our story and heritage," Laurent Houel, global brand director for Evian, tells Adweek. "The love affair of the brand with babies started in France in 1935, when Evian was first recommended as a perfect water for babies. It is still today the No. 1 water used by mothers for their babies [thanks to its pH-neutral mineral composition]. So fundamentally, there is a true link, it is not a marketing trick."
Houel adds: "BETC had the idea to go beyond this, and leverage the babies into a powerful symbol of purity and youth. This baby is a symbol of you and how you feel when you experience Evian, and a symbol of the purity of our water."
The music on the new spot is Ini Kamoze’s "Here Comes the Hotstepper," remixed by French electro artist Yuksek.
Besides the film, the campaign will include an outdoor campaign that will bring the baby-and-adult mirrored-dancing concept to life on digital posters. (Look for cameos by tennis champion Maria Sharapova and the golfer Melissa Reid.) There will also be an app that allows you to "babify" yourself thanks to facial recognition software.
Matej Peljhan was born in 1967 and spent his entire childhood in a small village Col above the Vipava Valley, Slovenia.
For Matej there are no limits in his dealing with life or, better to say: only the sky is his limit!
This amateur photographer starts taking photography more seriously in 2009, when he acquires his first SLR camera. He soon discovers photography to be an excellent and creative way of expressing himself. The positive response from people, studying his works of art, is overwhelming.
Slovenia photographer Matej Peljhan has a touching series of photographs titled The Little Prince, which stars a 12-year-old boy named Luka. The images show the boy exploring an imaginary world created by laying colored sheets and household objects on the ground. Peljhan created the images to give Luka the feeling of being able to do things he can’t.
You see, Luka suffers from muscular dystrophy, a disease that causes his body to become weaker and weaker over time.
Due to the degenerative disease, Luka is unable to do even the most basic of everyday activities such as washing himself, dressing, and eating. His physical capability is mostly limited to tiny movements of his fingers, which allow him to move about in his electric wheelchair. He is also able to hold a colored pen, with which he can slowly turn his imagination into drawings in a notebook.
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