Age is certainly no barrier, if you are determined to do what you are passionate about. But, someone in her 90s and still volunteering for what she loves, certainly makes us sit up and take notice.
A logo most of us have grown up with, the Lacoste’s iconic crocodile, is undergoing a change. This change is not part of the image makeover of the apparel company, but an initiative towards bringing about an awareness of the very survival of the endangered species of the world, 10 of them, to be precise.
It requires a high level of visualization to make people smile, and that too, by adding just a pair of googly eyes to everyday objects we see outdoors. This trend, popularly known as ‘eyebombing’, was started in Scandinavia and is now being independently carried forward by Vanyu Krastev, a photographer, in Sofia, Bulgaria.