Melting Ice Cream Portraits by Michael Massaia

April 22, 2015 | in Photography
Melting Ice Cream Portraits by Michael Massaia

American photographer Michael Massaia created an unusual series of photographs displaying melted ice cream. The series is even more unusual considering the fact that the author worked before only with black and white photography.

Floating House Concept by Carl Turner Architechts

April 21, 2015 | in Architecture
Floating House Concept by Carl Turner Architechts

London-based architecture and design studio Carl Turner Architects developed a concept of a ultralight floating residential building called Paperhouse.

Laser-Cut Wood Mandalas by Gabriel Schama

April 15, 2015 | in Art
Laser-Cut Wood Mandalas by Gabriel Schama

Oakland-based American artist Gabriel Schama create very complex wooden mandalas composed of mahogany plywood cut with a laser.

Supai: The Most Isoloated Village in USA

April 14, 2015 | in Travel
Supai: The Most Isoloated Village in USA

Supai is a village located on the territory of the Havasupai Indian Tribe reservation. And this reservation is in one of the most visited places in North America, Grand Canyon.

Drawings in Space by Janusz Grunspek

April 9, 2015 | in Art
Drawings in Space by Janusz Grunspek

German painter and sculptor Janusz Grunspek uses wooden elements and a special glue to create original copies of everyday objects.

Dissected Knit Creatures By Emily Stoneking

April 8, 2015 | in Art
Dissected Knit Creatures By Emily Stoneking

Craftswoman Emily Stoneking offers an alternative to the classical study of the internal structure of living organisms.

Amazing Wire Sculptures of Richard Stainthorp

April 6, 2015 | in Art
Amazing Wire Sculptures of Richard Stainthorp

British artist Richart Stainthorp very delicately conveys the energy of beauty and fluidity of lines of the human body using not one of the softest of materials possible.

Amazing Penthouse Located at the Top of a Ski Jump

April 2, 2015 | in Architecture
Amazing Penthouse Located at the Top of a Ski Jump

The historic ski jump located in Holmenkollen, Norway, hosted the Olympic Games of 1952. And then repeatedly was used in major international competitions, including the Alpine Skiing World Cup.

Beautiful Geometric Murals of Animals by Dzia

April 1, 2015 | in Street Art
Beautiful Geometric Murals of Animals by Dzia

Belgian street artist that hides behind the pseudonym Dzia is known for his unusual animal murals created using geometric lines.

World Maps Made of Beeswax by Ren Ri

March 31, 2015 | in Art
World Maps Made of Beeswax by Ren Ri

Chinese artist Ren Ri is a graduate of Tsinghua University and Saint Petersburg State University. Besides that, he has a degree of Doctor of Fine Arts from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.

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