The Brooklyn based photographer Ina Jang found a recipe for things you don’t like in images: Simply cut it out and replace it with something you like better.

Cut, cut, cut with a pair of scissors and find a replacement….

 “I was forcing myself to like everything—from the people I was working with to locations where I was shooting, so I started getting rid of the elements I didn’t like in the picture.”

I’m a big fan of this idea and I think we should use this recipe also for our daily life.

So…let’s get rid of the boring, unuseful, bad things in our life and let’s replace them with something nice, beautiful, exciting and happy…a new world will appear in front of us 🙂

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One cozy afternoon, two girls were chatting, when they got to sketching their dream designer handbag. A surprising idea popped up – “How amazing it would be if a two-dimensional hand-drawn illustration could come to life as a real bag!” They explored every possibility, rendering fantasy handbags in perspective, and giving birth to “Jump from paper“.

The two girls from the little story really exist, they live in Taipei and are called Chay Su and Rika Lin. What they do is not only creating Hand bags but sending them to a journey where reality and the cartoon paper world meet up. (material: Polyester fabric)

And….Yes, they are real, just watch closer:

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