Reddit user lessonslearnt has perfected the art of…banana carving. You gotta see the last one – the detail is insane!
These are so good, it’s bananas! Come on, I had to get it in there somewhere. 😉 Be sure to share – your friends will go ape over it!
Artist Guido Daniele is famous for his “finger painting” – he intricately decorates fingers and hands with amazing, life-like results. Which one is your favorite? (I like the last one myself!)
Click below to share Guido’s amazing work with your friends!
The most talented choral singers in Kentucky gathered at the Hyatt Regency Louisville and filled all 18 stories of the hotel’s lobby to perform the national anthem in celebration of the Winter Olympics. I wish I had been there to hear it live – can you imagine?
If that doesn’t make you feel patriotic, check your pulse!
Artist Kumi Yamashita used a very unique medium to create this stunning portrait. Take a look at it to see if you can guess what was used:
Can’t guess? Maybe when it’s bigger it becomes a little more obvious:
You can see more of Kumi’s work here.
Yamashita painstakingly wrapped a single thread around thousands of tiny nails to create the portrait above. I think a masterpiece like that deserves to be shared!
Owen is a normal little boy who loves to play and spend time with his dog, but he suffers from a rare condition that only affects 30 people worldwide, Schwartz Jampel Syndrome. This affliction keeps his muscles in a state of tension at all times, causing him to live his life in a constant state of pain, and leaving him unable to walk without assistance.
His parents say his condition left him afraid to communicate and afraid of people in general, until one day, his mother came across a dog who needed a home.
Haatchi had been tied to railroad tracks and lost one of his legs when a train came by. Rescued and in need of a home, she knew he was meant to be theirs.
In an instant, Haatchi and Owen connected. You’ve got to see this incredible bond:
“I was scared of strangers, but now, he changed my life to not be scared of strangers.”
There’s also a wonderful book about their story, available on Amazon.
Spread hope today – share this amazing story!