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Steve Irwin’s 15-Year-Old Son Is Already a “Most Commended” Photographer

Consistently, London’s famous Natural History Museum has its yearly Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Welcome to photographer “young, old, expert or novice,” the challenge showcases work by applicant from various backgrounds. This year, this age-comprehensive competition finished in honors for Robert Irwin, the young child of Steve Irwin, the late “Crocodile Hunter.” Irwin’s photo,

Extraordinary Virtual Sculptures Show the Power of Public Art

The popular sculptor Artist Ken Kelleher joins his training as a sculptor , with his ability in UX design to make hyper realistic projections of open sculpture. Kelleher enables his creative ability to run free, setting contemporary sculptures everywhere from Venice’s busy St. mark’s Square to moderate interiors. Working with various series, Kelleher produces three-dimensional renderings that