Manoj Bhargava is the man behind this incredible project aimed at improving the lives of millions of people and he is definitely doing a great job at it too.
Dutch bodybuilder Olivier Ritchers, 2.18m, accepted to help a makeup artist friend by getting disguised as an Uruk-Hai orc from Lord of The Rings.
This guy set up a camera in his room and performed the same dance routine to Jamiroquai's 'Canned Heat' every day for about 100 days, this is the result, time-lapse style. Note that the first 30 seconds are from Napoleon Dynamite.
Dutch artist has been filming his daughter every week since she was born and has put together this fascinating 4-minute long time lapse video of his baby girl growing up into a teenager.
These are all Dutch people starting with a one-year-old baby and finishing with a 100-year-old lady. Bonus: you can learn to count to 100 in Dutch!
On the same theme but with a totally different style and approach: the mirror - from childhood to end of life
While death is a sensitive topic for discussion among many social strata, three Italian students Andrea Pilia, Adriano Leo and Dario Cataldi are not afraid to speak out on this topic. They invented and created an interesting series of photos “Muori” (You die). The trio was studying in Strasbourg, where they merged into a creative studio "Baguettes of Evil" ("Les Baguettes Du Mal"). This series is about the sudden death in public places.
We have already posted some works of urban artist Slinkachu who makes installations of his miniature fellas around London. Now they have made a little trip around Europe.
This is an amazing art project!
Check out more of these works in the previous part:
The High Life - Grottaglie, Italy