Epic Aurora Borealis over Greenland And Iceland

"I recently traveled to Greenland and Iceland to shoot the arctic Aurora, and my new photographies “Two Lands – Greenland / Iceland” are the result. The aurora borealis follows an 11 year cycle where aurora activity is at its maximum on the 11th year."
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  • 2014-12-09 11:46:06
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Vegetal Cathedral in Italy

Italian artist Giuliano Mauri is passionate by nature and wood material. This passion lead him to build this amazing vegetal cathedral. With the help of planted and cultivated trees, elements such as trunk and branches, the artist constructed a structure composed by 42 columns, giving form to a five neves cathedral.
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  • 2014-12-09 11:08:12
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Three-dimensional graffiti from Portugal

Portuguese artist Odeith mastered the art of playing with perspective. Graffiti created by him make an impression that they hung in the air somewhere.
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  • 2014-12-09 10:25:53
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Swedish Ski Jumps

Sweco Architects was commissioned to modernise the Lugnet Ski Jumps in Falun, Sweden, in preparation for the World Ski Championships in 2015. The studio’s intervention involved added new running surfaces and glass and steel balustrades to the sides of the two jumps.
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  • 2014-12-08 18:20:40
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Amazing Panoramic Pool

The “Swimming Pool K” is a panoramic pool designed by Belgian architects dmvA Architecten in the city of Grimbergen. This pool is located on the roof of an old school for boys from the XVIIth century, creating a contrast between a classical architecture and a modern pool.
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  • 2014-12-08 17:51:00
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Spiral Green Field for Children

In Dong Nai, Vietnam, the agency Vo Trong Nghia Architects has built the “Farming Kindergarten”: a spiral grass field used as a playground for the 500 local preschool kids. Located next to a shoe factory, this field also acts like an extension of all the buildings and stores around, like a vegetal breath in the middle of the concrete.
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  • 2014-12-08 17:24:11
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360 Shelf Storage

Slovenian designer Luka Pirnat has imagined “The 360 Shelf”: shelves storage in wood, modular and fixed to a wall that will incline your books, disks and other objects. Available in different vivid colors, there are only a few days left to support this project on Kickstarter.

The twins from Iceland

Beautiful Photographs

Botanical Headdresses

The most beautiful sta

Illustrations by Tom B

Double Exposure Portra

Dreamscapes by Alexand

Hyperactivitypography

Step into the sensory

Hyper Realistic Painti

Creative Benches

Astonishing Landscape

Unusual look at ordina

Traveling LED sun ven

Breathtaking Parallel

The Ancient Art Of Sto

Cool Beverage Drinking

Black Home by Playa Ar

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A way for a non-trivia