Friday Wet Bird Couture: “The Hummingbird Hawk-Moth”

The hummingbird hawk-moth is one of those rare beings that has the best of all worlds.

It is an insect that everyone likes (on account of how they think it is a cute, plump hummingbird and not an insect at all).

It is a moth nobody messes with (on account of how they think it is a fierce, hungry hawk).

It is also a moth that is quite musical (on account of how its wings beat so fast they hum!).

A hummingbird hawk-moth hums while he snacks. (image courtesy of wikipedia)

A cute, plump and very musical hummingbird hawk-moth makes his own music while he snacks. (image courtesy of Wikipedia)

There are very few models with the versatility to recreate such a uniquely multi-cultural and stylish couture look.

Wet Bird Couture is proud to unveil Pearl Cutts modeling “The Hummingbird Hawk-Moth.”

Notice how the

Notice how the model’s cute, plump feathery body instantly evokes love and affection, while at the same time his fierce talons and curved beak warn away would-be interlopers.

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Shannon & Pearl

WBC’s Open Casting Call for Super(Bird)Models!

CameraWet Bird Couture’s “Model Casting Call” is seeking super(bird)model talent for its growing roster!

Would you like to see your own feathery super(bird)model featured* here?

Here’s what to do:

  • Send a photo of your aspiring model to us at shannon@loveandfeathers.com
  • Include the inspiration behind the look (optional but appreciated!)
  • Watch upcoming editions of Wet Bird Couture for your showcase!
  • All selected applicants will be featured in the order received.🙂

Pearl & his mommy <3 comments! :-)

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