To make the pink color flamingo feathers, zoo workers are added to the food red pepper.
Artists from Berlin Julian Charriere (Julian Charriere) and Julius von Bismarck (Julius von Bismarck) did not experiment with food, and just painted the Venetian pigeons in various colors.
Paint the pigeons in a special car paint-Each refill lasts up safe for their health. Total under the "color Shares" Julian Charriere and Julius von Bismarck got hundreds of pigeons living on the islands of the Venice Lagoon. They fly through the city, mingling with their "gray" brothers and causing confusion among those to whom these birds catch the eye.
This unusual "feathered" action was carried out by Berlin artists August 29, just in time for the opening of the Venice Biennale of 2012.
I must say that not all residents of Venice like the fact that German artists made this settlement pigeons colored. After all, these birds - one of the symbols of the city on the water, and Julian Charriere and Julius von Bismarck, decorate them, it turns out, make fun of the city's historical heritage.