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Portrait Photography, Double Exposure

Should You Fear the Pizzly Bear? By MOISES VELASQUEZ-MANOFFAUG. 14, 2014- NYTimes.com an unlikely predator has crept back into the woods, too: what some have called the coywolf. It is both old and new — roughly one-quarter wolf and two-thirds coyote, with the rest being dog.

Illustration by Helmo. Tarantula: Davies and Starr / Getty Images

Bêtes de mode

French illustration / graphic design duo Thomas Couderc & Clement Vauchez combine stunningly posed blue tinted monochrome portraits with .

HELMO designe team

I really liked the images from Helmo, of the models mixed with the animals and decided to have a go at creating a few myself.

Thomas Couderc & Clément Vauchez

French illustration / graphic design duo Thomas Couderc & Clement Vauchez combine stunningly posed blue tinted monochrome portraits with .

bêtes de mode - http://www.helmo.fr

Artists HELMO created this serie ' Bêtes de Mode ' (Fashion Animals) for the Lafayette Galleries on Haussmann Boulevard in Paris.

So coywolves, pizzly and grolar bears exist and we should fear them. | Should You Fear the Pizzly Bear? - NYTimes.com

Should You Fear the Pizzly Bear? Indeed, today’s hybrids may signify more than just the erosion of biodiversity. They may signal a kind of resilience in the face of sudden environmental change.

thomas couderc and clément vauchez - Google Search

As climate change alters habitats, once-disparate animals are shacking up, creating hybrids that challenge our notion of what it means to be a species.

HELMO (Thomas Couderc & Clement Vauchez), jazzdor 08

From the studio Helmo.

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