The Hungarian artist István Orosz creates amazing anamorphic illustrations. He drew and painted images that seem to make no sense until you place a cylindrical mirror at the top of the artwork. István uses algorithms to realize his ideas on paper.
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The building was to be a promotional pavilion. Its function has been changed during construction.
The Fire Museum in Żory was opened in December last year. The building was designed by Barbara and Oscar Grąbczewskich from OVO Grabczewscy Architekci agency. The property has an unusual shape, and its walls were bent by huge copper panels. Through contact with lights, it produce a sparkle reflect, shining like fire.
Below we present you some example stunning stairs photos by Nils Eisfeld.
Artist, architect, dancer and yoga teacher, Anja Humljan thought the Urban Yoga project from an ambition: inviting people to experiment with their bodies what they feel, touch, smell, hear and taste in the city. She started series of photos in Paris, Madrid, New York and Ljubljana to change the way she feels and moves in the city. According to her, the city must not be felt as a disturbing space but more like a vital source of energy.
This magical oasis of foxiness is called Zao Fox Village, and it’s located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture. For 100 yen (or about 85 US cents), visitors are provided with food, but because the foxes are not domesticated, they are cautioned against hand-feeding them or bringing small children.
If you'd had one of these unique page markers, you'd be more inclined to continue your quest for knowledge or adventure. Below we present some interesting examples of bookmarks. Take a look.
The tiny St. Andrew church with its original architecture is located on Vuoksa river in Russia, on a little island surrounded by a fantastical nature. Sometimes, the river get frozen and make the church inaccessible while sometimes it’s dissimulated by a subtle fog.