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Showing posts from April, 2014


Incredible Life-Sized Drawings of Creatures that Look 3D

Vancouver-based art student Fiona Tang makes outstanding, life-sized drawings of animals that appear to pop right off of the paper. A tough-looking whale comes out from the walls to fight a threatening shark; a elegant deer looks directly at the viewer; an enormous crocodile pokes its snout out from the walls.

Amazing Images of Stunning Star Paths in the Evening Sky

Singapore-based photographer Justin Ng catches absolutely spectacular photos of night sky, including these dazzling pictures of star trails bending over various scenery. Star pathway pictures show the obvious motion of the stars across the sky due to the rotation of the Earth.

More Stunningly Unique Images by Hossein Zare

Iranian photographer Hossein Zare is an absolute master at developing amazing photos that illustrate otherworldly and surreal moments. Through a mixture of digital photography and digital manipulation in Photoshop, Zare makes powerful pictures that look as if they come from dreamscapes, with repeating elements such as step ladders that stretch constantly into the clouds, extensive and dry areas, extensive places, and a lone figure wandering through these unusual scenery in search of something.

Significant black and White-colored Long-Exposure Landscapes

Fine art photographer Vassilis Tangoulis discovers the secret and magic within everyday scenery and converts those minutes into creatively complex black and white pictures. His magnificently contemplative, simple minutes feature impressive lighting, textured details, perfect balance, and crisp reflections.

Lively Landscapes Function the Adventures of Small Toy Cars

At first you may think that these Journeying Automobiles Activities are simply images of cars in picturesque landscapes. Upon further examination, though, audiences will be pleased to discover that each topic is actually a small toy taken from extremely impressive viewpoints. The sequence has permitted the designer, 21-year-old Swiss photographer Kim Leuenberger, to discover the world through her creativity.

Powerful Residential Buildings Suggested Above Urban Transport Hubs

Urban Alloy is a modern structural design created by Chad Kellogg and Matt Bowles of AMLGM as a way to consistently enhance and increase upon urban growth in dynamic places like New York. The developers have proposed a idea that makes use of lost places above intersections points and transportation infrastructures.

Distributed Table Where People can Work and Kitties Can Wander

Wait a moment. Is that a cat within a table? Developed by Ruan Hao for Hangzhou and Hong Kong-based architecture firm LYCS, CATable is a efficient timber table that's created for both people and cats! Like we've seen many periods before, there's been a increasing pattern of changing livable areas for the convenience of your cat.

The Pseudocraters of Iceland

A pseudocrater looks like a true volcanic crater, but is not. These distinctive landforms are created when flowing hot lava crosses over a wet surface, such as a swamp, a lake, or a pond causing an explosion of steam through the lava.

Lovely Marshmallow Kitties Drift and Melt Within Coffee Cups

How lovely is this? Think about looking down at your cup of hot chocolate and seeing this! Nagano, Japan-based marshmallow store Yawahada is the designer of CafeCat, an lovely program of sailing marshmallow cats! For 860 yen (that's about $8 US dollars), you get two cats and four cat paw printing, two in chocolate and two in vanilla flavor taste.

Amazing Surf Captured by Courageous Photographer Kenji Croman

Kenji Croman is a Hawaii islands citizen, body visitor, and former aggressive swimmer whose thrill-seeking character allows him to picture unforeseen yet awe-inspiring waves.

Amazing Invisible Barn Decorative mirrors the Surrounding Landscape

In a smooth incorporation of structure and characteristics, New York design practice STPMJ has come up with the Unseen Barn, a site-specific structural folly that shows and combines with the nearby landscapes.

Wonderful Mild Display Generates Carpeting Along a Church Floor

Magic Carpeting is an intricate set up by Miguel Chevalier in which the France specialist modified a former church area into a enchanting scene of audio and lighting. He used technological innovation to venture a wide range of various colored light styles and mosaics, motivated by Islamic art, across the floor. As audiences stepped throughout the area, the entertaining styles modified and modified in unforeseen motions to create a immediate conversation between individuals and the surrounding space.

Amazing Blue-Green Mineral with Amazing Distinctive Interior

This wonderful mineral was lately marketed for a huge $5,000 by Rob Lavinsky of the Arkenstone. Measuring 9 x 7 x 6 cm, the stunning sample is described as Chalcedony on Chrysocolla stalactites (pocket). With a blue-green chalcedony-crusted external, an uncommon wallet that reveals to expose the extremely textured internal, and various quartz-covered chrysocolla stalactites along with of icy glaciers, the mineral is truly a exclusive vision to look at.

Brilliant Paper Ad Makes Visual Impression of a 3D Kitchen

An average, smooth print out marketing wasn't good enough for Colombia-based creative director Felipe Salazar. Instead, he wanted to produce an extremely eye-catching design that really separated itself as visitors turned through the pages of a newspaper.

Exclusive Pictures Display What Venice Would Look Like if it was Absolutely Frozen

Has Venice's popular Huge Canal completely freezing over? Not quite. Though it may appear so in these images, they're actually the brilliant perform of art director Robert Jahns (or nois7 on Instagram).

Amazing Spring Images of Cherry Flowers in Japan

Spring is finally here, bringing with it hotter temperature ranges, brighter skies, and fresh green buds. For individuals living in Japan, the appearance of spring represents one more thing: the beginning of cherry flower season.

Structure of David, the Globe's Tallest Slum

The Structure of David is an discontinued incomplete skyscraper in the middle of Caracas, the capital city of Venezuela, that is now home to more than 3,000 squatters, who have converted the 45-story skyscraper into the world’s tallest slum.

Hypnotic Styles Attracted on Spinning Potter's Wheel

In an fascinating combination of visible and efficiency art, Russian ceramics specialist Mikhail Sadovnikov attracts a apparently limitless sequence of patterns with wet clay-based (also known as slip) on a spinning potter's wheel.

Ecological Specialist Patsy R. Davis Converts the Detritus of Daily Life

Using nasty covers, weak drives and water bottles, environmental artist Patsy R. Davis recyles others' detritus to make set ups that protect sources in order to preserve the sources and attractiveness of World.

Spectacular Pictures of Costa Rica Covered in Flower Petals

Imagine a scenery circulating with an incredible number of flower petals and leaves. Although this picture may seem like something that would only happen in a dream, international advertising organization McCann requested photographer Nick Meek to bring that perspective to life in a amazing strategy for Sony's new 4K TV, which guarantees the ultimate picture quality with four times the details of full HD TV.

Solar-Powered 3D Printed Tower

Sand Babel is a group of environmental components designed as scientific research features and sightseeing opportunities for the wasteland.  Separated into two areas above and below floor, the main part of each is designed with sand, sintered through a solar-powered 3D printing device. The resulting top structure mimics the form of the  desert’s natural phenomena like tornadoes and mushroom rocks!

Crystalapse: Freezing in Timelapse

Iceland never stops to cause wonder and this wonderful video, taken in Goal 2014 is no exemption.  You will observe both the North lighting and the phenomenon of the ice caverns in their unique elegance thanks to brothers Patrick and Henrick Shyu who create up Blue Eden.

Charmingly Specific Illustrations That Are Smaller than a Penny

With amazing perfection, California-based specialist Sam Larson generates small illustrations that are no bigger than a penny. To confirm it, he locations a cent right next to the sketches and records them on Instagram.