Human organs from foraged flora

"Eye Heart Spleen" is a body of work by UK-based artist Camila Carlow, made out of 13 photographs representing human organs sculpted out of wild plants and weeds foraged in Bristol. The plants were collected and assembled early in the day, so as to photograph them in the best possible light, and to keep them from wilting.
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“Fil de Fer” Collection by Forestier Paris

Today we want to show you interesting lamps from one collection – Fil de Fer. This collection created by Forestier Paris contains a few table lamps and a few pendant lights. Take a look!
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“Primeval Symbiosis” Project by Konrad Wójcik

Denmark based architecture and interior designer Konrad Wójcik has come up with an idea to reside people with nature without any threat to nature. This project, called Primeval Symbiosis (Single Pole House), features a modern layout to accommodate a family of two to four persons. Wójcik’s idea uses space-saving but safe interior inside. And the structure uses mounted solar panels. The goal of this project is to create awareness and motivation among communities to live by nature without hurting it. Take a look!
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Sugar Skull Spoon

Sugar Skull Spoons is a new project on Kickstarter. Stainless Steel spoons that gently remind you sugar is evil each time you make a tea or coffee. “Sugar Skull Spoon, born from the happy realisation that with a simple twist, the humble tea spoon could become the perfect home accessory for fans of the macabre (and fans of hot drinks!). The Sugar Skull tea spoon is the perfect gift for those who need reminding to take a little less sugar in their drinks, and even if you don’t, it’s still MUCH more interesting than a regular spoon…”
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Hyper Realistic Muscle Cars Paintings

American artist Cheryl Kelley draws only old muscle-cars. Using high-gloss oil paints the Texas-based artist manages to capture the beauty of these iconic vehicles from a bygone era better than any camera ever could. The talented artist finds her inspiration at classic car shows and museums, where she takes high-resolution photos of vintage Chevrolets, Camaros or Corvettes that she later uses as guidelines for her impressive creations. Working with glossy oil paints on aluminum panels, Kelley is somehow able to reproduce not only the tiniest details of the vehicles, but also every reflection, ultimately producing masterpieces that look more realistic than their photographic references.
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First bottle design by Zaha Hadid

Icon Hill is an exceptional red wine cuvee of 2009 vintage, produced by the renowned austrian winemaker Leo Hillinger in a limited edition of 999 bottles that have been designed by Zaha Hadid architects to reflect the wine’s bold and distinctive character.
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Hand-Crafted Wooden Scooter “Vespa Daniela”

Today’s post is for Vespa’s fans. The following masterpiece was created by Portuguese carpenter Carlos Alberto. Called “Vespa Daniela” it’s completely hand-crafted scooter, complete with Napolitan-striped paneling and spinning roulette wheels. It definitely takes a lot of time to complete such a work of art.
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