Wildlife photographer Steve Axford likes to focus his lens on the smaller aspects of life. Axford’s most popular photos are of mushrooms, which he says he found near his home in New South Wales, Australia.
These incredible living sculptures are a delicate combination of animate and inanimate, of art and botany, of fluid and solid. Styles range from the classic Apollo to the modernistic Hanging Gardens. Made from galvanized steel armature coated with resin-fortified cement,… Continue Reading →
Designed by Emmanuel Babled, the Quark collection is a series of low coffee tables, consisting of organic and fluid forms in such materials as wood, plexiglass, bronze, copper and marble. The shape is pretty complex so Emmanuel relies on a Computer… Continue Reading →
Designer Steve Wintercroft has just the thing with these geometric mask templates that you can create with your very own paper. The artist’s Etsy shop has all kinds of shapes including a Jack-o’-lantern, a skull, and the heads of a bear,… Continue Reading →
Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop designed this amazing apartment in Mumbai, India that gives you the look of sculpture. The stunning wood staircase structure is somewhat of an enigma, its curving wood planks stretching across horizontally before dramatically veering upward, physically and… Continue Reading →
The Manhattan Micro Loft in New York is a residential renovation by Specht Harpman that takes maximizing space to a whole new level – literally. The apartment is on the top level of a 6-story brownstone; it had a teeny… Continue Reading →
Shipping containers meet a variety of requirements: Modern. Check. Low-cost. Check. Environmentally-friendly. I never though builders can develop such beautiful, elegant and modern looking homes with containers. Check. See twelve homes that make them work.
They’re tall, occasionally multicolored and sometimes shiny. In the words of photographer FRANK HERFORT, who took the amazing pictures seen here, these post-Soviet Union high-rises scattered across Russia resemble “single flowers cropped in the landscape.” The structures are attention grabbing,… Continue Reading →
Villa Moerkensheide was designed and built by Dieter De Vos Architecten in De Pinte, Belgium. It’s a very spacious residence with a total living space of 306 square meters but the most interesting thing about it is the way it… Continue Reading →
Jon Neill is a famous sculptor and pumpkin carving master who creates some of the best Halloween pumpkin carvings. Neill began his career in movies as an artist for clients like Michael Jackson, Jurassic Park and Universal Studios. So if you’re… Continue Reading →
2014 monaco yacht show, the CRN mega yachts ‘j’ade’ 60m vessel – the first to feature a floating garage – was a finalist in the interior design award category. the ship was designed to feel at one with the sea… Continue Reading →
These family members look so similar that it’s actually a little bit scary and awesome at the same time.
Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Chocolate is first poured into precisely designed modules that after cooling can be popped out and used as regular LEGOs. It’s hard to determine exactly… Continue Reading →
Elena Sidorova, designer from Moscow, Russia, has multifunctional arm chair called flOP. “Flop is an armchair which folds out to a sleeping place for 1 person. It has construction made of veneer and upholstery made of 100% sheep wool material…. Continue Reading →