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Young-Sung Kim is an artist based in Goyang, South Korea. He creates hyper realistic paintings of frogs, fish and insects caught in an environment such as glass bottles, metal spoons and or silk fabric. The paintings explore how these organisms live in awkward situations.
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A forest of 150 potted trees was fully integrated on a 5-storey building in Turin. Designed by Italian architect Luciano Pia, the structure “25 Verde” absorbs nearly 200,000 liters of carbon dioxide per hour creates pollution protection for its residents by eliminating much of the harmful gases caused by cars and harshing sounds from outside.
Cyrille de Vignemont, a French photographer, designer and director, gives singular photos that play on the sensorial link to things. A solar and delicate light, an animal power given to bodies and abstract patterns that call the imagination and the movement.
The Spanish artist Javier Riera has perfected the art of transforming ordinary trees in surreal, geometric shapes. The resulting structures seem to float in the air like foreign vehicles. And all this only through the creative of useing of light and shadow.
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Simin Qiu, a design student at the London’s Royal College of Art, has imagined the faucet "Swirl" which water steam produces very beautiful swirling patterns. By this movement in spiral and thanks to the interior dispositive of double turbine, the water is less wasted of 15%.
The expansion of the power grid is an important part of a country’s development, but the electrical pylons or transmission towers - the huge steel structures that keep high voltage power lines aloft - are viewed by many as unsightly. As such, designers are looking at new ways to better integrate power poles in the urban and natural landscapes. In 2011, the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the National Grid of UK held a "Pylon Design Competition" to find a design that has the potential to deliver power for future generation while preserving the beauty of the countryside. Similar completions are also held in other countries.