As part of an effort to increase the amount of art in public spaces, the City of Baltimore, Maryland is installing artistic crosswalks at various intersections in the city.
So far, two crosswalks have been completed. Artist Paul Bertholet created a crosswalk which looks like a giant zipper opening, and Graham Coreil-Allen designed a crosswalk that is a big hopscotch.
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Chicago-based American photographer Patty Carroll offers this series Anonymous Women: Draped. Started at the beginning of the Iraq war, she wanted to remember with these women in draped silhouettes that, whatever the nationality or confession of women, all deserve to have a place for her to rest and shelter.
The wealthy art collector Dakis Joannou contemporary art has asked his friend the artist known worldwide Jeff Koons to paint his yacht. Called Guilty, this boat of 35 meters designed by Ivana Porfiry offers impressive colors, making it a true work of art conveyed.
Today we want to show you beautiful illustrations by Ricardo Fumanal. Ricardo was born in Huesca, Spain (1984). He studied at the art school in Lleida where he specialized in graphic and advertising design. His career took him to Barcelona, where he worked as a graphic designer. After collaborating with a number of studios and art directors, he focused on producing illustrations in varying media and formats.
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Below are some images of the largest tree house in the world. Designed and built by the American Horace Burgess, this house located in Crossville, Tennessee, cost only $ 12,000, but a huge time investment.
Harry Cory Wright is a London photographer who likes to capture wild places and atmospheres. With photographs of great beauty, this artist fascinated by our perception of natural spaces invites us to discover his misty and lyrical universe.
This hand warmer mug was designed to make tea and American cafe drinking even more satisfying. Featuring an enveloping and ergonomic handle, the “Toastymug” fits perfectly in the hands.Thanks its special shape, it keeps the liquid and your hands warm. Thinking for the cold winters and chilly people, it usable inside and outside home. “Toastymug” looks beautiful also on the table. This mug is handmade by craftsmen in the Ceramic District of Montelupo, a little town near Florence (Italy). Available in two vibrant colours: grey and green.