Tobbe Malm’s Bolt Sculptures

These unusually emotive sculptures were created by Oslo-based blacksmith and photographer Tobbe Malm. Malm found the bolts in an old farm in Sweden. They had been lying there for a long time and if left alone would have rusted away. Being a blacksmith, Malm couldn't let them happen. So he brought the bolts home, forged them and hammered them into the figures we see here. The collection of sculptures is titled “Bolt Poetry”.
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Preikestolen - rock platform above the fjord

Preikestolen or Prekestolen is a famous tourist attraction in Forsand, Ryfylke, Norway. It consists of a steep cliff which rises 604 metres (1982 feet) above Lysefjorden, opposite the Kjerag plateau, with an almost flat top of approximately 25 by 25 metres (82 by 82 feet).
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Hang Son Doong - the largest cave in the world

Hang Son Doong is the largest cave in the world, situated in the central part of Vietnam near the border with Laos. It has about 9 miles long - the largest of its chambers has more than five kilometers - 150 meters wide and 200 meters high.
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Hawa Mahal from Jaipur

Hawa Mahal is an amazing building of red and pink sandstone, also known as the Palace of Winds.
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Balloon table worth 50 thousand PLN

Table that floats on the silver balloons is the effect of work of designer and illusionist, Christopher Duffy. He moved in a tangible way the magic of the world into industrial design. Ingenious and beautiful example of a form of childhood fun.

3D geometric lamp

Blue Pine Studio is a company from Vancouver, which has created a truly amazing 3D glass. It has 4 modes of lighting and can be lit in twelve different colors.
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Wedding Chapel Made with 100 Carved Wood Panels

In Hiroshima, Nikken Space Design has built the enchanting wedding chapel “Power of Flower” which beauty is in the walls’ wooden decorations. Carved and sculpted by hand, these arabesques were made from 100 wood panels and imitate the plants of a tree inspired by traditional patterns that we can find on kimonos.
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Eco Coke bottle

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Lathe Chairs by Sebast

Unlikely frienship bet

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Glossy makeup

Miniature World

Botanical Headdresses

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Paper Art by Fideli Su

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Creative Hollow Chair

Warming Huts On Frozen

A Matter of Taste

Lost in sofa

Morning Collection of

Blue Wave House in Aus