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Awesome Dad Turns His Toddler Into Wonder Woman In This Epic Photoshoot

Watch your back, Gal Gadot. This youngster might just be your future replacement!

It’s been a big year for Wonder Woman.

This year, the iconic female superhero from DC Comics celebrated her 75th anniversary and has recently been named by the United Nations as an honorary ambassador for women empowerment.

The character also appeared in the blockbuster movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice portrayed by Israeli bombshell Gal Gadot. A solo movie is in the works and is expected to hit theaters worldwide come June 2017.

Now allow us to tell you about cool photographer dad Josh Rossi who recently achieved viral fame after he dressed up Nellee, his 3-year-old toddler, as Wonder Woman for an epic photoshoot.

Photographer dad Josh Rossi aimed to recreate scenes from the Wonder Woman movie trailer.

1. Photographer dad Josh Rossi aimed to recreate scenes from the Wonder Woman movie trailer.

According to Josh, he shelled out $1,500 for his daughter’s handmade leather costume and, man, it looks really, really movie-accurate! We bet Nellee will be getting the most candies this Halloween if she goes around wearing that.

Josh spent $1,500 for a leather, handcrafted little replica of Gal Gadot’s costume.

2. According to Josh, they spent $1,500 for a leather, handcrafted little replica of Gal Gadot’s costume.

As for the photoshoot, Josh attempted to recreate iconic movie poses of Wonder Woman from the traier. He spent months of planning and collaborated wih Mcgrew’s, a studio based in Salt Lake City, Utah, to finally make it happen.

The photoshoot starred 3-year-old Nellee who always dreamed of being Wonder Woman.

3. The photoshoot starred 3-year-old Nellee who always dreamed of being Wonder Woman.

The shoot took a whole day to finish and the final results, with some Photoshop effects thrown here and there, were absolutely stunning!

The shoot took an entire day but the results were absolutely epic!

4. The shoot took an entire day but the results were absolutely epic!

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With some Photoshop effects, the right vibe was achieved for each picture.

5. With some Photoshop effects, the right vibe was achieved for each picture.

To her credit, young Nellee really nails the role down.

6. To her credit, young Nellee really nails the role down.

Even Josh’ pregnant wife helped out in the photoshoot.

7. Even Josh’ pregnant wife helped out in the photoshoot.

Needless to say, everyone’s been really impressed with the results.

8. Needless to say, everyone’s been really impressed with the results.

The artistry and attention to detail is definitely admirable.

9. The artistry and attention to detail is definitely admirable.

Watch your back, Gal Gadot. This youngster may be your future replacement!

10. Gal Gadot, better watch your back. This youngster may be your future replacement!

Now watch the behind-the-scenes video here:

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So yes, this is officially the coolest dad ever in our book! Kudos to you, Josh, for this awesome idea.

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East Meets West: Cultural Differences Shown Through Infographics

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Have you ever thought how different Western and Asian cultures can be? Aside from language, food and clothing, what else is odd? Apparently there are a lot - from the way we think about our bosses, to the noise level at restaurants. All these subtle nuances are perfectly captured by 26-year old Chinese artist Yang Liu.

Yang Liu spent half of her life in China and half in Germany. She was 13 years old when her family moved to Europe. That's when she began appreciating the differences between her homeland China and her new home country. She uses minimalist infographics which are actually like a meme, to depict the differences. See if you agree with her observations. We compiled some pictures from her work.

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A Peek into the Bedrooms of Millennials from All Over the World

John Thackwray takes photos of millennials in their rooms to show how they’re all vastly different.

When you think of millennials, what do you picture? Do you imagine someone in their 20's browsing through Facebook on their iPhone while sipping a spiced latte at Starbucks?

That image might be right in some parts of the globe, and in a way, it perpetuates the stereotype of millennials being entitled and lazy. But when you think about it, millennials get lumped into the same category, when all they really have in common is their age.

In reality, millennials come in all shapes and sizes, with vastly different interests and lifestyles, depending on where they are. ...

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25 Stunningly Relaxing Arrangements by Visual Artist Adam Hillman

Feast your eyes on these aesthetically pleasing artworks made with random household objects.

Imagine being tired from a day of work and your rush hour commute. Everything you see around you is chaos - the urban jungle, and the misery of people just wanting to walk faster so they can get home sooner. With this as a daily part of your day, you'd definitely want some respite to come home to, something you can look forward to and know for sure that it will relax your mind and calm your senses.

Enter visual artist Adam Hillman, who is obsessed with aesthetics that he creates them from random objects just so he can share them with the world.

"I'm always thinking about possible ideas, but the best photos I've created come about very organically," Adam says of his art, "It takes an average of two hours to execute an arrangement, not including the time it takes to conceptually formulate it."...

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