Three-dimensional jewelry

Necklaces, bracelets, rings ideas in 3D is the shop owners of Maison 203, which is also part of a larger collection of three-dimensional jewelry design called MYBF.
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  • 2014-06-23 11:38:58
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Invisible Love

The real beauty is hidden. Sasha Tseng has designed a very unusual engagement ring. Diamond is visible only at first glance. Actually trinket is just a box, and the ring is empty. The artist, through this project gives a clear message. The most important is the feeling of love.
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  • 2014-06-23 11:26:18
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Stedelijk Museum Schiedam

MVRDV has transformed this historic neoclassical chapel in a shop and a coffee. This transformation has an element that modernized the chapel, a huge red shelf with books and various products available to customers.
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  • 2014-06-20 19:33:59
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Starbucks Store at Downtown Disney Orlando

Here are the new premises of the famous coffee: Starbucks, recently designed and located to Downtown Disney in Orlando, Florida. Directed by David Daniels, this Starbuck offers a decoration and a major comfort. Every detail is designed to make the customer feel at home and live a true experience.
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  • 2014-06-20 19:08:08
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The Form of Color by Robert Swain

Robert Swain has always been fascinated by colors. He invites us once again to play with the whole spectrum thanks to a superb facility called "The Form of Color" at Santa Monica Museum of Art and show us how much our brain and our emotions can be stimulated.
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  • 2014-06-20 18:46:20
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Coffee Universe by Flora Borsi

“Coffee Universe” is the new series of Hungarian artist Flora Borsi. She photo-manipulated urban landscapes by creating a whole imaginary sky made of milk swirls in coffee. A personal way to reveal the cosmic beauty of the milk coffee.
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  • 2014-06-18 10:42:11
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Free Your Skin Advertising Campaign for Schick

Beards have been trendy for a while. But like with every fashion, it comes and it goes. So it’s good timing for razor company Schick to launch a “Free Your Skin” campaign. Advertising agency Y&R New Zealand has created a humorous ad campaign that features men who have unfortunate animal beards. It carries the message that men need to shave their facial hair before it turns into an animal, and the Schick brand can “Free Your Skin”. Photographs for the ads are taken by Troy Goodall and Stephen Stewart, and are retouched by Electric Art.

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Brilliant Emoticons Co

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Word as image

Elena Odriozola

Puma Hardchorus

Trees Frozen in Sub-Ze

Flowers Portraits by D

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Photographed Miniature

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