18 montages that show what the 'secret life of animals' would look like

You have no doubt heard someone say the phrase "Hakuna Matata", or even read it somewhere. This saying, which is known to many and even used as a life motto by some, means "Don't worry" in the Swahili language. The phrase became popular through the famous Disney movie "The Lion King".

The animation that was very successful at the time of its release and makes until today, inspired the artist Thomas Subtil. He created a series of happy and unusual pictures of what wildlife would be like when humans weren't present watching.

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The whole idea started in 2013 during a trip the artist made to Africa, where he had the opportunity to visit Kenya. Getting to know the wildlife of the animals during this experience was Thomas's main inspiration and the starting point for the creation of his art. From the photos taken, he edited through digital manipulation and created a whole new world.

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Thomas titled this series of edited images "The Real Life of African Wildlife, " portraying elephants capable of balancing with only one paw on a tightrope tied to two trees, zebras hanging their freshly laundered clothes to dry on a clothesline. sky and zebras that have the ability to fly. In this way, the artist was able to transform ordinary landscapes into unexpected and impressive figures.

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Artist Thomas Subtil, in addition to his first series, devised and created a set of images depicting wild animals discovering the Paris subways - a work of art he named "Animetro". Thomas figured that, just like ordinary people, animals would be waiting for the subway and trying to find a comfortable place to travel - just as many of us do daily. Recently, the artist published his new creations, "Hakuna Matata 2" and "Colored".

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