This time we want to show you beautiful photos by Portuguese photographer Pedro Terrinha. Pedro shots in multiple subjects and thank to great colour tones and additional post processing we can see nice photos with "dreamy" effect.
Ergonomics and versatility – this is today’s fashion. Following the fashion Ellen Ectors has released unique piece of furniture – interesting combination of table and chair called “swiTCh”. Back side of this semi-circle is a table and the ball inside it serves as chair. Developers of SwiTCh assure that chair is extremely comfortable and you won’t feel any discomfort. Ellen Ectors also provides several colour variations.
It becomes more and more popular to mix past and present and add a little celebrity. This time we’ll show you celebrities in the uniform of Russian generals. The concept is based on the works of George Dawe, an English artist who painted no less than 329 portraits of Russian generals active during Napoleon’s invasion of Russia. And Steve Payne uses digital copies of these paintings as a basis for his own work and creates portraits of his friends, family and celebrities.
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David D’Impiero spent a lot of time growing up exploring the coral reefs of the Florida Keys and soon developed a passion for sea life and organic form specifically. And you could easily notice this passion in his design for these spectacular chandeliers. Looking at them, you can’t help but think things like flower, tentacles, lilly pad, squid-like, water drops. These graceful, elegant chandeliers will perfectly fit to the contemporary home.
Today we want to show you beautiful portraits of beautiful girls photographed by Petar Todorinski. Petar lives in Sofia, Bulgaria, and works as freelance fashion and commercial photographer. His photos are different but gorgeous models, perfect lighting and tones are distinctive features of his works.
Melting pocket watches are a recognizable part of Salvador Dali’s paintings. The most famous one is "The Persistence of Memory". This silver clock is inspired by the melting pocket watches from Dali‘s painting "The Persistence of Memory". This amazing clock was designed to be used on a shelf or hanging on your office desk. Take a look!
Talanted designer and illustrator based in Madrid, Spain, Alejandro de Antonio Fernández is the creator of this incredible collection of vinyl-inspired pop art for the UNCO_MA Project presented by Art Room. De Antonio illustrated original portraits of legendary musicians. The list of music icons range from Jim Morrison to Michael Jackson.