Digital forest in China

In Xiangyang, in central China has grown unusual forest Myrtle Tree Garden. It happened suddenly, within a few days. It's a magical forest, in the realm of digital stories. The forest consists of 800 steel pieces of different heights. They occur in four shades of purple. They have a built-in LED lights so shine at night giving amazing visual effects. This unusual place was created for dancers and dance groups that will be able to present.
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Plates on the wall

Suspended plates on the wall in the living room or bedroom will be remarkable interior decoration. We can put them in various configurations and in different ways. They can be used to replace of images and posters. Certainly they could be objects with soul and history gracefully restored to life.
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Arabic-style design

Aljoud Lootah, who lives permanently in Dubai presented her geometric furniture at this year's Design Days Dubai. Her designs of a series of Oru amaze form and original approach to the subject.

Pet on a plate

Dutch designer, Hella Jongerius has designed animal bowls for Nymphenburg, porcelain factory of the eighteenth century, known in Germany. They refer to previous models produced by the factory. The product is made of porcelain, figurines are made by hand. This masterpiece made with love for traditional porcelain. Here we find the fox, deer, snail, hippo, dog, rabbit and frog.
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Marble chocolates for selected

Industrial designer Olivia Lee has created an interesting project related to sweets. The project of The Marvellous Marble Marble Factory was formed in the shape of chocolates, ice lolly and pralines. The project was developed specially for this year, the fourth edition of the Singaplural festival which is the design festival in Singapore.
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Wire Sculptures by Richard Stainthorp

English artist Richard Stainthorp has been creating life-size sculptures with metal wire for 20 years now. Its special feature is to capture, accurately, all the energy and fluidity of the human body.
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Hyper Realistic Portraits by Mike Dargas

Mike Dargas is a German painter born in Köln in 1983. The artist creates hyper realistic works totally hallucinating. Inspired by Dali or Caravaggio, the work of oil paintings are close to perfection to such an extent that we could easily confuse it with photographs.
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