This amazing house in Joshua Tree, California is an amazing example of modern architecture. Developed by designer Kendrick Hits Kellogg and built from 1988 to 1993, the Organic Modern Property actually blends in with the desert in terms of design and the elements used to create the residence. The strength of the difficult and strong safety spend external brings to mind the bumpy scenery that encompasses the estate. The materials used in construction, including concrete, metal, glass, and copper, were selected to create designs that simulate the touch and feel of the desert.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Greece-based specialist Charis Tsevis is interested with the wired world we live in. No matter how wireless technological innovation is constantly to develop, we still find ourselves reliant upon sites for data transfer and power, and, if we look around, it's conventional to be enclosed by a few connects throughout any room.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, March 3, 2014
After getting a glance of medical professional-turned-photographer Weerapong Chaipuck's amazing sequence of travel and scenery photography, we realized we had to discuss a little bit more from his increasing collection—ones that have more of a personal touch, presenting the wonderful people he's met along his travels. The Thai photographer's pictures offer more than just attractive views of nature. They present detail in both the rich landscapes and different individuals within each environment.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, March 2, 2014
Gizmodo's Jesus Diaz uses Photoshop to combine together images of Kiev that were taken before and after the latest Ukraine riots, developing harmful images that juxtapose the past serenity of of the town with the devastation and assault that raged after the demonstrations started. Although the graphics are striking and attention-grabbing, it is terrible to evaluate the satisfied individuals roaming the roads of Kiev in the sunlight, with the fires, barricades, and barren desolation of the roads these days.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Saturday, March 1, 2014
New York-based specialist and sand castle professional Calvin Seibert, who we presented to you last year, is back with more incredibly complex geometric types shaped with sand. He begins with a unexplained idea of developing something different everytime, then follows his creativity and allows the exotic type appear normally. The outcomes are amazing forms that look like they're from another world, presenting expansive flatlands, commercial buildings, geometric prevents, sharp angles, honeycombed walls, or smooth curves.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Friday, February 28, 2014
The Polish capital, Warsaw, here gets the timelapse therapy, with something of a distinction. Film-maker Maciej Margas gets up great in the town and launches his movie from buildings such as Cosmopolitan, Złota 44, Marriott, Millennium Plaza, Rondo 1, and the structure of the St. Augustine's Cathedral.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, February 27, 2014
In the eastern Sahara desert around the Red Sea stands Desert Breath, a amazing land-art venture consists of perfectly-formed cones and a glimmering share of water. Situated between the mountains on the Egypt desert floor, this site-specific set up was the work of D.A.ST. Arteam, made up of Danae Stratou (installation artist), Alexandra Stratou (industrial developer and architect), and Stella Constantindies (architect). They invested from 1995 to 1997 working on Desert Breath, moving 8,000 square metres of sand to make what we see here. The types of the two interlock spirals are marked with cones that make both good and bad types, as some point up towards the sky while others increase below the surface. Everything extends from its center, a boat of water filled rim to rim. All told, this large and amazing venture covers 100,000 square metres (about 1 million square feet).
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, February 26, 2014
These spectacular gifs of different varieties of flourishing flowers are from a time-lapse movie taken by Japanese artist Yutaka Kitamura. Eligible Moved by Unknown people, the blooming gifs, whose unique movie is part of a efficiency art cooperation with Alexander Reeder, is taken and divided from its movie structure to emphasize the powerful attractiveness of a brief time. The short lived pictures of new lifestyle by means of the aspiring flowers illustrate how temporary lifestyle truly is.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Tuesday, February 25, 2014
When In german specialist Bettina Güber takes a break from work in the office, she doesn't just go for a move or grab a cup of coffee. Instead, she discovers motivation from the common things around her table and converts the office into a miniature world loaded with danger, adventure, and entertainment. In her sequence, Office Supplies—Small People, Güber uses little toy figures as the topics for her playful scenes