FieldCandy aren’t interested in creating camouflage tents to give you protection in the natural setting. Tents by FieldCandy are limited-edition designer tents created to stand out. They selected a group of talanted photographers, graphic designers, illustrators, branding and advertising designers to create designs that were then transferred to the ultra-light, waterproof flysheet that covers the two-person tent. At the moment FieldCandy offers more that 40 different designs grouped in several collections. The tents are available exclusively through the website.
This creative concept called “Istanbul Disaster Prevention and Education Centre” was created by Portuguese firm OODA. The aim of the competition for the Istanbul Disaster Prevention and Education Centre was to establish a proposal for a centre fully equipped with adequate technology and facilities in order to be prepared against a disaster that may affect Istanbul and to develop public consciousness about the disasters in general and specifically about earthquakes
It’s not surprise that beautiful dolls became not only toy for children but also a true piece of art. Today we want to show you beautiful art dolls by Jolanta & Robert, Vilnius, Lithuania. Each doll is exclusive sculpture created by these talanted designers, with its own character and its own story. You will be surprised by a number of small details of clothing and accessories.
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Ben & Jerry's product designs based on pop culture characters. The Ron Swanson ice cream received so much attention that Ben & Jerry's was forced to release an official statement informing the public that this was NOT a legitimate flavour.
My favourite flavour would be OccuPie Wall Street - "Apple Pie Ice Cream with Some Other Good Stuff in There We Think. We're Not Really Sure. Nobody Can Explain it To Us." :)
Vancouver based artist Judson Beaumont, designer and owner of Straight Line Designs created an amazing armchair called Hollow Chair. Its shape allows to storage many different things. The “bottom” of this chair is absolutely hollow and can be completed in its sole discretion. Here you can arrange toys or books, crafts, or magazines, store in slippers, chargers and remote controls of household appliances. Since this shelf in the chair doesn’t have a door, the cavity can be filled with decorative objects such as artificial flowers and garlands. You can even allow your pet to lie there. Take a look!
A series of moats and fortresses were built over the West Brabant Water Line region of the Netherlands during the 17th century in order to provide protection from invasion by France and Spain. Fort de Roovere was surrounded with a shallow moat that was too deep to march across, and too shallow for boats.
From afar, the Moses Bridge is invisible to the eye. The flow of the moat appears continuous, as the water level remains at the same level. As visitors approach the fort, the bridge appears as a break in the water with its sloping walls containing it.