Cafe was designed by Japanese design studio Bandesign. Its facade is unique and original, because it is made of mirror-like material. Architects of Bandesign compounded sakura cherry beauty and created a building in the Japanese town of Gifu, where we can see the reflection of the cherry trees growing in front of the cafe. The project combines a passion for tradition and love for contemporary architecture. See mirrored cafe!
Chinese architects from LYCS Architecture Office Design have built a runway on the roof of the primary school building. The school has a huge, oval-shaped courtyard. The whole is maintained in white and red.
This extraordinary place for sports is located in the Chinese city, Hangzhou. Look!
Body piercing is popular for a long time. Most often it is in the nose, chin and ear. More recently, earrings are also fashionable in eyebrows. They are fashionable on the runways and in urban fashion. It started with the American brand Rodarte show.
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- 2015-06-23 17:12:02
Farago Design studio, based in New York and Séoul, was commissioned by the DownTown Alliance of New York to create illustrations of iconic buildings of the Wall Street district, which some of it are the oldest city skyscrapers. Creations are faithful to the architecture, highlighting so particular roofs of the constructions.
Th artist Stefanie Rocknak creates amazing wooden sculptures that perfectly highlight movements expressions of subjects. The impressive attention to detail could give the impression that creations are really moving or similar to photograph lines.
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- 2015-06-23 09:48:50
Hamlet’s character Ophelia fascinate artists since centuries. Among master pieces honoring her, the most famous is the one of Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais, completed in 1851. Nowadays, contemporary artists such as Dorota Górecka get inspired of it and recreate real sceneries of the tragic drowning of Ophelia, in the middle of water lilies.
Asians regularly paint pictures on school boards, on school breaks .For this reason, the Japanese school boards manufacturer, Nichigaku announced a contest for the best drawn on the blackboard.