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1,514 Likes, 11 Comments - Illustrator & Printmaker (@cecile_psicheer) on Instagram: “Joyeuses Pâques | Happy Easter ”

1,514 Likes, 11 Comments - Illustrator & Printmaker (@cecile_psicheer) on Instagram: “Joyeuses Pâques | Happy Easter ”

Peter Mohrbacher

Peter Mohrbacher

Great piece of art, placement sooo wrong for a Buddha...

Great piece of art, placement sooo wrong for a Buddha...

Arktischer Wolf (Canis lupus arctos)

Arktischer Wolf (Canis lupus arctos)

By j.a.kok on flickr

By j.a.kok on flickr

Antonio Sicilia - Pasarela

Antonio Sicilia - Pasarela

Design and Illustration By: Alessandra De Gregorio

Design and Illustration By: Alessandra De Gregorio

I L L U S T R A T I O N - Louise Bennetts

I L L U S T R A T I O N - Louise Bennetts

Fashion Illustration I did for a Mary Katrantzou fashion competition. Just found out that people have been pinning it on Pinterest! Made my day. Please check out my new fashion illustrating blog if you're interested! #alessandradegregorio http://alessandradegregorio.blogspot.com/ Illustration by Alessandra De Gregorio Design by Mary Katrantzou

Fashion Illustration I did for a Mary Katrantzou fashion competition. Just found out that people have been pinning it on Pinterest! Made my day. Please check out my new fashion illustrating blog if you're interested! #alessandradegregorio http://alessandradegregorio.blogspot.com/ Illustration by Alessandra De Gregorio Design by Mary Katrantzou

The Waxy Monkey Leaf Frog Phyllomedusa sauvagii has adapted to meet the demands of life in the trees. It does not need to return to the ground during the mating season, rather it lays its eggs down the middle of a leaf before folding the leaf, sandwiching the eggs inside. Its nest is attached to a branch suspended over a stream so that hatching tadpoles drop into the water.

The Waxy Monkey Leaf Frog Phyllomedusa sauvagii has adapted to meet the demands of life in the trees. It does not need to return to the ground during the mating season, rather it lays its eggs down the middle of a leaf before folding the leaf, sandwiching the eggs inside. Its nest is attached to a branch suspended over a stream so that hatching tadpoles drop into the water.