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Tag: ornithology

Surreal biodiversity inspired images by Redmer Hoekstra

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By Redmer Hoekstra, via Colossal.

Awesome avian themed graffiti by @faunagraphic

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By faunagraphic, via Notcot.org

Beautiful re-use of vintage fabric and materials towards biodiversity forms.

These are seriously gorgeous…

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By Mister Finch, via Colossal.

This is what it looks like if you happen to be riding on the back of an eagle. #awesome

By Srachi, via Colossal.

Outstanding paper birds (again by Diana Beltran Herrera)

Especially love the starling…

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By Diana Beltran Herrera, via Colossal

Biodiversity images done the “vectorfunk” way

Beautiful…

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By Matt W. Moore, via Visual News.

Brilliantly designed penguin conservation advocacy posters.

Wow. Nice…

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By Bittersuite, South Africa (full team details here). Via Fresh Photons.

Beautiful birds made from flower petals by @redhongyi

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By Red Hong Yi.

Surreal biodiversity images from Toni Demuro.

Marvelous…

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By Toni Demuro, via Stacey Thinx.

Biodiversity art by Paul Morstad using maps as the canvas.

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By Paul Morstad, via Visual News

Beautifully illustrated birds on old envelopes

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By Mark Powell, via Colossal

Biodiversity, science and surrealism, together as lovely art by Tiffany Bozic

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By Tiffany Bozic, via Colossal.

For duck enthusiasts: This one is massive.

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By Florentijin Hofman, via Colossal

These hyper-realistic papercraft birds are extraordinary!

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By Johan Scherft, via Colossal

If you love birds of prey, then you’ll love this instagram account

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By Allison at Avianrecon, via Instagram.

Audubon’s Aviary: The Complete Flock. Amazing exhibit at the New York Historical Society #wow @nyhistory

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“On display now through May 19 at the New York Historical Society is the first of three installations in Audubon’s Aviary: The Complete Flock, the society’s unprecedented exhibition of 474 paintings.”

From New York Historical Society, via Wired.

Creature art on top of antique celestial maps

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By Louise McNaught, via Visual News

Animals created by the letters in their name. #clevertypography

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By Dan Fleming, via My Modern Met.

A very funny BBC nature video.

From the BBC One show ‘Funny Talking Animals – Walk On The Wild Side’

Weaver Birds Plus Telephone Poles Equal Strangely Compelling Artwork.

More on the Weaver Bird here.

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“In the vast barren landscapes of the southern Kalahari, Sociable Weaver Birds assume ownership of the telephone poles that cut across their habitat.Their burgeoning nests are at once inertly statuesque and teeming with life. The twigs and grass collected to build these nests combine to give strangely recognisable personalities to the otherwise inanimate poles.”

By Dillon Marsh, via Notcot.org

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