Master of embroidery, Alyona Lytvin, creates amazing dragons that you will definitely want to tame.


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Alyona Lytvin from Moscow (Russia) creates marvellously beautiful jewellery brooches in the form of miniature dragons — even Daenerys Targaryen would have envied.

Alyona calls her magic shop a ‘reserve’. Fantastic creatures have been made by the craftswoman on her own and they live in harmony with each other.

When working, the artist uses luxury beads, including antique pieces, pearls, gold, silver and silk thread, velvet, leather and other excellent materials that require a high level of skill especially when this is only about such skillful miniature creations.

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It’s official and it’s wonderful news for animal lovers all around the world – Taiwan has just become the first Asian country to completely ban dog and cat meat. The new legislation has it that those found guilty of eating canine or feline meat can be given a fine of up to NT$50,000 ($1,600) and NT$250,000 ($8,000). The ban also covers the selling, possession or purchasing of kitty and doggie carcasses.

This positive change can be mostly attributed to changing attitudes in Taiwan towards dogs and cats – as pet ownership in the country is increasing, it causes the shift from seeing those animals as meat to seeing them as companions – and possibly even best friends you wouldn’t eat for lunch.

President Tsai Ing-wen might have something to do with it as well. During her election campaign, she positioned herself as an animal lover who owns two cats and had adopted three dogs.

Still, even though this ban is a huge victory, the fight to abolish cat and dog meat continues. For instance, in China, every year 10,000 doggies are killed in the Yulin dog meat festival. Let’s hope that other Asian countries will take Taiwan as an example and follow their lead.

(h/t: ladbible)

It’s official – Taiwan has just become the first Asian country to completely ban dog and cat meat

Image credits: AFP/ Ed Jones

Those found guilty of eating canine or feline meat can be given a fine of up to NT$250,000 ($8,000)

Image credits: Animals Asia

This positive change can be mostly attributed to changing attitudes in Taiwan towards dogs and cats

Image credits: Asia Wire

As pet ownership in the country is increasing, more people see animals as companions rather than meat

Image credits: AFP

President Tsai Ing-wen might have something to do with it as well

Image credits: AP Photo/Wally Santana

During her election campaign, she positioned herself as an animal lover

Image credits: AP Photo/Wally Santana

Still, even though this ban is a huge victory, the fight to abolish cat and dog meat continues

Image credits: Soi Dog Foundation

In China, every year 10,000 doggies are killed in the Yulin dog meat festival

Image credits: AP/Chiang Ying-ying

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/taiwan-bans-eating-dogs-cats-meat/

Favourite movies, books, animals, musicals and so much more… Inspiration is all around me, and I choose my favourite themes, give it my own unique interpretation, and turn it into colourful eye-artistry designs.

I use my own eye as the canvas, and paint it using makeup products, super tiny brushes and lots of patience. I don’t just paint on the eye, but try to use the natural curves of the eyelid and the eyebrow as part of the illustration in a creative way.

Doing this art for years now, I give my heart into each and every design. One piece takes about 3 hours in average, sometimes much more. I love to take my time, and pay attention to every little detail and line. I believe that “God is in the details”.

This is my second post on Bored Panda, so you can see my previous works here.

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