Studio Agabag used LEGO bricks to make feminine handbags. They always have thought that the LEGO were a versatile material, that opens to different possibilities of creations. Each brick is handled thanks to a soft silk interior and can contain without any problem your personal stuff.
For the annual competition “eVolo Skyscraper”, Malaysian designer Jethro Koi Lik Wai has imagined an architectural project of skyscrapers built directly on the hillsides. He wondered how it was possible to stop the falling stones and concluded that we had to build something new on it.
French photographer Sylvain Viau had the idea to capture shots of cars that he then reworked to subtract the wheels. On a concept of digital recovery, it creates beautiful imaginary flying cars from real existing vehicles.
Biasol Design Studio, based in Australia, has thought the interior of the Jury cafe by renovating an old prison in Pentridge Village, Melbourne. With geometric shaped beams and grey walls, this place has been reinvented to soften the prisons foundations.
For its new advertising campaign, the brand Hyundai beat the record of the world largest message written with traces tire. Eleven cars were requisitioned in the dry lake Delamar in Nevada to recreate the message that Steph, the daughter of an astronaut, wanted to send to his father : “I love you.”
Magdalena Wosińska is a Polish talented-photographer who currently lives in Los Angeles. She captures the youthful energy, spontaneity and authentic sense of fun. Camera on shoulder, Magdalena spends her time photographing, preferring to still be part of the moments she captures by placing the lens in the middle of it all.
Tham Khoun Xe, more commonly known as Xe Bang Fai River Cave, in Laos, has over 15 km of passages filled with breathtaking views and vast expanses of water. Photographer John Spies captured scenes from the entrance of the huge underground river passages and complex cave formations.