People in Poland have figured out an amazing way to reduce their carbon footprints. They’re getting invisible pets. It’s much easier on the environment and there’s no stray fur stuck to their furniture or clothes. (At least not that anyone can see.)

Okay, maybe not. These photos are actually part of an awesome series by Weronika Krzemieniecka, an illustrator and graphic design student based in the city of Łódź in central Poland. Entitled Invisible dogs in Poland, the photos appear to be unassuming street shots of everyday people out walking their dogs. That is until you notice that, thanks to Weronika’s playful digital artistry, those dogs are completely invisible, with the noteworthy exception of their mysteriously cast shadows on the ground. 

[via My Modern Metropolis]

Yago Partal, a graphic artist based in Barcelona, has created an awesome photo series entitled Zoo Portraitsdepicting a wide variety of animals who all share two things in common: they like dressing up in stylish clothing and posing for fashion portraits.

There are lots of different animals in the series and you can purchase prints of the photos via Yago’s online shop. We love each and every one of them.

[via HiConsumption]

Adam Kennedy is a man of vision. He looks at the rusty spherical tops of old fire hydrants in San Francisco and sees planets. This vision inspired Adam to begin and ongoing project for which he takes close-up photographs of those aging fire hydrants and then uses Photoshop to transform them into awesome exoplanets.

Click here to view even more.

[via Neatorama]

London-based French photographer Franck Allais uses photoshop to play with perspective and add an unexpected element of whimsy to his photos. While the monster made of a hamburger and french fries is pretty great, we’re especially fond of the images where small toys are transformed into giants. Head over to Franck’s website to view more of his work.

[via Design You Trust]

These mustachioed animals are the work of Dutch creative agency 180 Amsterdam. “Tame The Beast” is an ad campaign for Barber, a shaving salon located in Amsterdam. These delightful images demonstrate yet again that, no matter how awesome someone already is, they look even better with a great mustache.

[via Design Taxi]

Redditor jaaba232 typed “Majestic Creatures” into Google’s image search and found this awesome hybrid of a tuxedo cat and an orca. The orca cat looks like a formidable predator.
We aren’t sure who is responsible for the creation of this amazing animal (it might have started here), so if you happen to know, please let us know so we can post proper credit.
[via Reddit]
It’s Fun with Photoshop Day at Archie McPhee's Endless Geyser of Awesome!

Redditor jaaba232 typed “Majestic Creatures” into Google’s image search and found this awesome hybrid of a tuxedo cat and an orca. The orca cat looks like a formidable predator.

We aren’t sure who is responsible for the creation of this amazing animal (it might have started here), so if you happen to know, please let us know so we can post proper credit.

[via Reddit]

It’s Fun with Photoshop Day at Archie McPhee's Endless Geyser of Awesome!

These movie stills and film posters all have one amusing thing in common: hands that were originally holding guns are now giving the thumbs-up gesture. These manipulated images are from a crowdsourced photoblog called Thumbs & Ammo, which operates on a simple and rather awesome principle:

“Real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude.”

Anyone is welcome to suitably alter a movie still or poster and submit it to Thumbs & Ammo. Just send your ‘shopped image to thumbsandammo@gmail.com.

[via PetaPixel and Laughing Squid]

It’s time for a visit to the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids! Kotaku posted this fantastic photo of an alleged pig-faced fish. It’s been making the rounds lately on a popular Chinese bulletin board called TT.mop.
 
What do you think would pigfish bacon be tasty?
We recognize that piggy fish is almost certainly a big fat hoax, but with that cute little snout, beady eyes, and adorable ears, we love it nonetheless. Head over to Kotaku to read more about it. 

It’s time for a visit to the Department of Awesome Animal Hybrids! Kotaku posted this fantastic photo of an alleged pig-faced fish. It’s been making the rounds lately on a popular Chinese bulletin board called TT.mop.

What do you think would pigfish bacon be tasty?

We recognize that piggy fish is almost certainly a big fat hoax, but with that cute little snout, beady eyes, and adorable ears, we love it nonetheless. Head over to Kotaku to read more about it.