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Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, March 9, 2014
Jiang Pengyi is a Chines artist he mixes fluorescent powder and Liquid wax onto his objects to make surreal art you can't get out of your mind . he make the fluorescence follow the objects forms . and you can see how the mixture transfer the inanimate objects into haunting ones . he called it Everything Illuminates . the series of glow-in-the-dark objects ask you to think about existence of intrinsic light while remember you about destroy of form and function over time
Posted by ahmad alasmar Saturday, March 8, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, March 6, 2014
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 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 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
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, February 24, 2014
Reidsville, Northern Carolina-based specialist Kaira Spencer performs with stones to generate eye-catching, figurative sculptures. Each item of content in the sculptor's increasing selection is an fascinating look at a typical method used in an non-traditional way. The point that stones are generally an structural content whose visible forms hardly ever increase beyond anything more than a boxy walls makes them all the more attention-grabbing.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, February 23, 2014
American photographer Octavio Aburto thrives on the amazing globe of lifestyle in the sea. He has spent years learning and exploring marine biology in order to inform the globe about the protection and efficiency of sea lifestyle. Since 1994, Aburto has captured marine environments in Mexican seaside rich waters. He has recorded everything from individual creatures to massive educational institutions of fish journeying in coordinated movements.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, February 20, 2014
Most people on the roads simply stroll previous the used, abandoned, and damaged things discovered along the roads of New York City. But, not graphic designer Yoonjin Lee! As she navigates through the town, the mature at the University of Visual Arts discovers brilliant methods to give character to a wide range of little, non-living things in her sequence, Little Lost Project.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Torino-based photographer Elio Pallard whimsically re-imagines clouds as a wide range of extraordinary scenery in his sequence named Playing with Clouds. The photographer provides new viewpoints with his controlled cloudscapes that convert the pure cotton ball-like puffs in the sky into magical hills, comfortable surf, and billowing blankets of snow.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, February 17, 2014
Animated gifs seem to be everywhere these days, but some gif makers are taking the visual experience of watching fast segments of quiet movement to another level. By properly including a number of solid-colored (typically white), collections of straight type to the moving images, a wonderful three-dimensional impact is made. As figures and things shift into the forefront, they apparently increase beyond the hurdle of the picture.
Posted by ahmad alasmar
Russian photography lovers and adrenaline junkies Vitaly Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, who are no unknown people to visiting the massive tall buildings and going up the them with absolutely no protection equipment, have lately overcome the second highest building in the world. The daredevil duo handled to get access China's Shanghai Framework lately, rise the 650-meter-high structure, and take some amazing images from their exclusive viewpoints.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, February 16, 2014
The Barbarian Team, a digital innovative organization centered in New York City, has done away with conventional offices and equipped their area with this amazing Superdesk, a 1,100-foot-long framework that seats all 125 of their employees. Clive Wilkinson Designers is accountable for the desk’s style and centered its unique idea on a Fiat track. This amazing piece of furnishings contains not only individual workspaces, but seven archways that create semi-private spaces appropriate for conferences and small number of perform. While its complexness may make you think it costs a lot of money, you would be wrong. This option was less expensive to generate and set up than if the organization had taken a more conventional strategy to its internal decorating.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, February 13, 2014
Vienna-based Austrian developer Klemens Torggler has designed a innovative piece of structure that allows one to go in and out a room by moving a multi-panel door, known as Evolution Door, to an nearby place without the ground monitor. Instead of having to set up additional components for a door to glide across, Torggler's door provides a tossing method that is completely attractive to the eye, space-conscious, and enchanting to watch.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Barcelona-based performers Javier Jabalera and Mon Castel proved helpful together with 3D Others who live nearby to create this entertaining venture eligible Everything is Ending. The pair proved helpful together to build the flammable design because, Jabalera describes, "We were thinking of the best way to say good bye to the earth if finally this 2012 is the last year before the apocalypse."
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, February 10, 2014