1600 Pandas in Hong Kong

The French artist Paulo Grangeon , in collaboration with the WWF, PMQ & creative studio allrightsreserved proposed the establishment of 1,600 pandas papier-mâché in the streets of Hong Kong to raise public awareness of the rapid and tragic loss this animal. An initiative that had already been conducted in cities like Paris, Rome, Berlin or Taipei.
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Monster project by Constantin Bolimond

This project is devoted to the Child inside us. It gives a chance to take a look at Your fears with a smile and to have a ride them. The author of this Monster project is industrial designer Constantin Bolimond from Moscow.
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Aviator’s Villa by Urban Office Architecture

Urban Office Architecture, a New York-based agency, has imagined this villa for an aviator and his passion for planes. The outside of the house was built in order to give the impression of a plane’s dismembered pieces. A house with an original structure.
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  • 2014-05-07 11:29:08
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Paper Sculptures by Bijian Fan

Chinese artist Bijian Fan plays at making paper sculptures, especially of birds or sea animals which he stages in lakes or water area. He gives a precise and clean art inspired by origamis. A work that associates nature and paper art.
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Misty View of The Golden Gate Bridge

German photographer Ali Erturk has made a series of photos of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, in the morning haze. A dense fog drowns the bridge, the landscape and the view, the whole under a delicate light.
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  • 2014-05-07 09:43:23
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African Hotel by Regional Associates

The Eco Tourism Resorts is a hotel which has been built in the heart of Africa, in Uganda, by architects working at Regional Associates. Very wooden, the rooms are located in kinds of tiny thatched cottages in the middle of the abundant nature.
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  • 2014-05-06 14:30:40
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Funny Everyday Objects Turned Into Art

Domenic Bahmann is an Australian art director, photographer and illustrator who draws his inspiration from daily objects. In his series “Conceptual Work”, he enjoys simple objects by forming colorful compositions and imagining funny scenes.
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Vietnamese Crazy House

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Totems by Alain Delmor

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