Ghost Ship Light Installation

Romanian architecture collective visualSKIN has made a very beautiful installation for the Light Festival in Amsterdam. They designed a 3D projection of a 17 th-century ship with water and light projections that can be admired through different angles. The “Ghost Ship” is a Dutch ship “The Amsterdam” who has drowned during a trip to Batavia in 1749.
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Vintage Photo-Collages Featuring Natural Elements

In her series “Natural Act”, Turkish photographer Merve Özaslan makes imaginative collages mixing vintage black and white photographs with colorful landscapes and natural elements. Through a window we can see fish under water, on women’s swimsuits a forest is drawn, and on a building’s facade a troubled sea replaces the concrete.
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Photographed Miniature Scenes

American artist Amy Bennett makes tiny dioramas in her studio, from maquettes that she paints with oil paint and takes in pictures. We can see little cities and countrysides staged in the daily life around a lake. Her series “At the Lake” is to discover in the gallery.
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A Tree Made of 511 Carved Wooden Pliers

Ernest “Mooney” Warther spent his childhood in Ohio where he met a man who has taught him to carve wood. He showed to him how to make wooden pliers with only 10 cuts. Warther has designed, a few years later, this artwork: a little tree made of 511 wooden pliers as branches.
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The Photography of Gabriel Isak

It’s between surrealism, minimalism and dark romanticism that photographer Gabriel Isak takes his inspiration to shots this beautiful images. While using gloomy colors, he stages people hidden by hairs, make-up, fabrics and water, giving a mysterious and aesthetic aspect, visually interesting.
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Garages in Singapore skyscraper

Owners of Hamilton Scotts, an elite apartment in Singapore allow their clients car parking on the balcony. The system is very simple: the car enters the transparent elevator that lifts cars to the appropriate floor.
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Extreme Weather Conditions Turned This Mountain In Slovenia Into A Kingdom Of Ice

Slovenian photographer Marko Korošec knew, that ice and snow can form impressive structures, but what he saw after a long climb to Mount Javornik surpassed his expectations.
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