19th Century Japanese Life in Color

Here is an unexpected series of hand-colored photographs from 1863-1877 made by Felice Beato. A beautiful selection of Edo-era Japan, depicting Geishas, samouraïs and courtesans’ everyday life sceneries. Besides, Felice Beato is considered like one of the world’s first photojournalists.
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Old Trees Under Starry Skies

Photographer Beth Moon keeps capturing, all around the world, ancient trees. For her series “Diamond Nights”, she immortalizes African trees, from Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, with starry nights backgrounds. She explains that she likes observing the branches of each tree and their secret connection with the sky.
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A Shoe Factory Transformed Into an Urban Playground

Located in St. Louis, Missouri, the City Museum is an urban playground of 600 000 square meters, built on the ruins of an old shoe factory of 10 storey. The sculptor and artist Bob Cassilly is the founder of this project on which he has been working since 1997, after years of renovation and construction. Although Cassilly passed away in 2011, the project keeps going on and extending with new attractions, thanks to a group of 20 artists from the Cassilly Crew.
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Incredible Balloon Sculptures of Animals by Masayoshi Matsumoto

Artist Masayoshi Matsumoto creates awesome sculptures of animals with rubber skin balloons. Every characteristic detail of animals is depicted. These creations have a childish aspect that brings us back to childhood.
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The biggest window in the house

A pair of glass plates, weighing almost four tons and six meters high overlooking the garden. The largest window in a small house in Antwerp will inspire you. The twin panels combine two storeys of two-level home and create the world's largest revolving window. The authors of the project are the following architects Pieter Peerlings and Silvia Mertens.
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Cottage on the hillside

The following stone house is located on the top of a mountain, overlooking two separate valleys. Majestic, yet still cozy house. The project contains a number of internal horizontal partitions that make up individual rooms. This allows for converting it into two independent apartments.
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Shopping with humor

These bags combine aesthetics, creativity and a joke. Designing such a bag required a lot of creativity. Used are properties of the displayed products. Ears bags take various forms. They may be the laces of sneakers, developed ball of wool, string of tea bag, welts skirt or exotic bird cage. We can see that humor is invaluable in the design.
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Contemporary Furniture

Contemporary Wood Fire

Extraordinary Crescent

Beautiful Girls Portra

Sleeping babies

Fabulous CG Girl Artwo

Mechanical Sculptures

BIOTUD, Application of

Benjaman Kyle’s Mill

the must stash

Toscana by Andreas Bob

Your beautiful eyes by

Illustrations by Tiago

Night lights

Extraordinary Crescent

3D Armed Notebooks

Sam Elkins Photography

Flowers Sculptures by

Picturesque Foodscapes

Limited Edition Burber