How The Frog Got Its Color

Like a bizarre scene out of Gulliver’s Travels, Mexican artist Ricardo Solis illustrates animals being climbed over – and created – by Lilliputian figures. Gigantic zebras have their stripes airlifted onto their back by airship, flamingos have their color applied by paintball cannons, and pangolins have scales applied to number-assigned locations. Read more directly from the source.

Recardo Solis Blue berry and black olive pate frog

Recardo Solis color war

Recardo Solis color war detail

Recardo Solis terracotta warrior

Recardo Solis the big monument

Recardo Solis ties