How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art | Bored Panda

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art

My photographs exist in that space between dreams and waking.

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art | Bored Panda

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art

Saatchi Art: I Can Hear You Call - Limited Edition 3 of 25 Photography by Martin Stranka

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art | Bored Panda

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art

Award-winning Martin Stranka's photographs exist in that space between dreams and waking, those split seconds when a person has a foot in both worlds.

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art | Bored Panda

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art

Prague-based photographer Martin Stranka has fallen in love with stories of rescued animals and their saviors, just enough to inspire him a magical series of portraits depicting these creatures.

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art | Bored Panda

How I Turned Rescued Wild Animals Into Art

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

When a year ago my friend Kapuschinsk posted a Bored Panda article I got asked if my work could be featured in one of the news services in my country.

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

Photographer Captures Stunning Photos of Her Children Enjoying Winter

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

Photographer Captures Stunning Photos of Her Children Enjoying Winter

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

When a year ago my friend Kapuschinsk posted a Bored Panda article I got asked if my work could be featured in one of the news services in my country.

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I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

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I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

Polish photographer Kapuschinsk invited wrath of critics as she clicked faceless photographs which showed natural surroundings.But clicking pictures of nature came naturally to her as she grew up in .

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

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I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting | Bored Panda

I Got Criticized For Posting Faceless Portraits Of My Kids So I Decided To Prove That You Don’t Need A Face In A Photo To Make It Interesting

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