Moebius House: A Vivid Example of Modern Architecture

October 28, 2014 | in Architecture
Moebius House: A Vivid Example of Modern Architecture

Australian architectural studio Tony Owen Partners developed and implemented an original design of a modern family home with magnificent views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

LEGO Ships inside Small Bottles by Bangoo H

October 27, 2014 | in Art
LEGO Ships inside Small Bottles by Bangoo H

The author with a nickname of Bangoo H is a fan of LEGO for a long time. He is different from other supporters of this toy because of his non-standard approach.

Autonomous Self Cleaning Tropical Fish Tank

October 22, 2014 | in Design
Autonomous Self Cleaning Tropical Fish Tank

Of course, for many this concept might not seem very impressive, but for those who are familiar with the process of fish tank maintenance it will be. Such a concept is created and even running.

Drawings on Starbucks Cups By Soo Min Kim

October 17, 2014 | in Illustration
Drawings on Starbucks Cups By Soo Min Kim

South Korean illustrator Soo Min Kim invents a full an interesting life for the mermaid Sirena, the symbol of the world’s largest coffee shop chain.

Solar Pyrography Drawings By Jordan Mang-osan

October 14, 2014 | in Art
Solar Pyrography Drawings By Jordan Mang-osan

Filipino artist Jordan Mang-osan is different from his colleagues because he creates his art without a pencil or a brush. He makes them with solar power.

Movable Footbridge in London Opens and Closes Like a Hand Fan

October 13, 2014 | in Architecture
Movable Footbridge in London Opens and Closes Like a Hand Fan

The architects of Knight Architects, together with the engineers of AKT II developed and put into operation an original pedestrian bridge in London’s Paddington. The main feature of the bridge is the fact that it operates as a hand fan.

A Boat Made from Five Thousand Plastic Bottles

October 13, 2014 | in Vehicles
A Boat Made from Five Thousand Plastic Bottles

This project is not a concept that its creators would like to put in mass productions. Rather, it’s quite the opposite. They wanted to draw attention to the environmental challenges that our planet is facing.

Old Retired Surfboars Turned into Artworks by Jarryn Dower

October 9, 2014 | in Art
Old Retired Surfboars Turned into Artworks by Jarryn Dower

Australian artist Jarryn Dower combines two of his main hobbies—painting and surfing. He paints boards that won’t be used otherwise. The author calls them retired.

The Last Turf Church in Island

October 7, 2014 | in Travel
The Last Turf Church in Island

As you may know, Iceland is not famous for its forests. Most of its territory is covered with moss and dwarf plants. Thus, the turf is often used as a building material.

The Amazing Energy of Ocean Waves in Lia Melia’s Paintings

October 4, 2014 | in Illustration
The Amazing Energy of Ocean Waves in Lia Melia's Paintings

British artist from Cambridge Lia Melia was born and raised in a small town on the coast. After moving to Cambridge, she continues to paint her memories from childhood and adolescence.

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