A week ago, we shared a story about a shelter dog in Romania, who had suffered so much abuse that he was scared of a gentle, loving touch. Luckily, the pooch found a new home in the UK.
According to Kerry Wollacott, an animal rescuer who works to help save dogs in Romania, the puppy, now named Kayne, has recovered: “When he left Breast he weighed 6kg now thanks to lots of love and care he now weighs 9.5kg! Huge thank you to a generous donator who paid most of the travel cost.”
Kayne is no longer afraid of petting – he’s giving humans one more chance!
When the abused dog was petted for the first time, he couldn’t stop howling
Watch the video of him now – he gives humans a second chance
The scared puppy is ok now! :)
by employing thin felt covers, the ‘slim touch bench’ presents users with the capacity to easily change the color of the bench to suit its surroundings.
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Japanese director Masashi Kawamura, founder of creative lab PARTY, was asked by the singer to be part of a three-month project based on virtual optical illusion techniques.
“Namie Amuro and the record label reached out to me, to create something more than just her singing and performing in front of camera, which is the case for most of her videos,” Kawamura told Dezeen.
“She gave our team the complete freedom, which was amazing. She and the label immediately grasped the ideas when we presented to them, and gave us full autonomy of the project.”
At the start of the video, viewers are advised to place their finger on a specific point marked by a dot on their computer screen. Their fingertip then becomes the focal point for the bold-coloured scenes that unfold.
The finger appears to shatter mirrors, pop gum bubbles and press buttons, along with a variety of other effects throughout the video.
Sequences are designed to make it look as if the viewer is pushing, pulling and swiping different scenes, although their finger remains still.