1 Million Dollar for Charity Thanks to the Paintings of a Blind

21 years old and blind, artist Jeffrey Hanson makes abstract, vivid and instinctive paintings. He produced up to 1400 artworks, sold for thousands of dollars, that end up sometimes in the collections of celebrities such as Warren Buffett and Elton John. Since his 19 years old, this artist has won a total of 1 million dollar in the selling of his paintings, that he has decided to give to charity causes.
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  • 2015-04-20 13:02:47
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Vintage Pictures in Contemporary Landscapes

Hebe Robinson is a Norwegian photographer who lives and works in Oslo. In her “Echoes” series, the artist had the ingenious idea to put shots from the past in the places where they originated. The concept connects the past and present, history and destiny, maturity and changes that occur in society.
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  • 2015-04-20 12:30:49
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Inclined Family Residence in Japan

Japanese architecture agency Roote has built a two-storey and inclined family house, located in the city of Fukuoka, in Japan. Called the “N House”, this residence measures 16 meters width, extends on 4 meters length and features recreation rooms for the two daughters of the clients.
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  • 2015-04-20 12:19:06
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3D Printed Lenses Distorting Faces

Smaller & Upside Down is a collection of printed 3D glasses that distort view of faces. Each lens has been customized and manufactured using a new rapid prototyping process. The project has made its first public appearance from April 9th to 11th at Market Street in San Francisco.
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  • 2015-04-20 09:51:01
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Life on the street

Justin Bittman in his project entitled "Set in the Street" has created vivid images with a used, already discarded furniture and household goods. This is a project which aim is to include the New York passers-by to play.
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  • 2015-04-17 19:27:55
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Wild Life

New York-based photographer Brad Wilson, nature enthusiast, photographed nature in a unique way. He invited the animals to his photographic studio like real models. Portrait photos were taken on a black, uniform background. Thanks to the strong contrast and total focus on the animal model it gives an amazing effect. In the pictures we can the expression and calm at the same time. We see every detail, texture of the skin and beautiful, lush colors.
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  • 2015-04-17 16:27:00
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Unusual goldfish

Fish lovers will be certainly surprised by these proposals of spherical aquariums. They can be beautiful apartment for fish and interesting element of interior design. Welcome!
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