Gems under the microscope

Danny J.Sanchez broadens the definition of photography, with photos of gemstones that photographer and gemmolog performed using a microscope, you can see up close the beauty of many minerals. In his works, Californian, wants to focus on every detail of the photographed the subject, its specific signs and characteristic features which distinguish a stone from others. Sanchez is another example of a person who shows that the seemingly distant very distant areas of life: the science and art, in fact, are not mutually exclusive.
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  • 2014-12-01 11:46:32
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Magical ballet shoes

Lesia Trubat is responsible for the design of these magical shoes. E-Traces concept is based on capturing the movements of a ballerina and automatic redirecting them to the application that is using the technology converts the motion in the image. Happy owner of a modern ballet shoes have the ability to view their movements in video format, cut fragments, and print the selected frames.
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  • 2014-12-01 11:32:00
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Amsterdam Light Festival

Dutch design group, Tjep., has prepared something special for the annual Festival of Lights takes place for three years in Amsterdam. Their project, called the Light Bridge, hung on one of Amsterdam's bridges. The shape of the light, or wave, reflects both the movement of the water flowing under the bridge, and the energy that take place in the city, above the water level. Characteristic neon lights up blue, other times it is red, and sometimes you hit it at the right time when the bridge is painted in two colors simultaneously. Festival of Lights will last until January 15th.
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  • 2014-12-01 09:35:45
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Three dimensions on a piece of paper

Dutch cartoonist Ramon Bruin, also known as JJK Airbrush, is considered a master in creating the optical illusion in which blurs the fine line between art and reality. The artist specializes in creating anamorphic drawings, which are photographed at an angle to get the illusion of three-dimensional images.
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  • 2014-11-28 16:18:06
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RE-USE

Interior designers group, Global Architects, renewed one of the Dutch apartment located on the top floor of the building. The designers wanted to keep the space it has an apartment, where they wanted it was still functional. The largest space in the apartment is a living room with kitchen and dining area.
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  • 2014-11-27 13:40:29
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The most beautiful interior of the world

Photographer, Richard Powers is the author of the images of many titles. Photos taken by him can be found in books such as Mountain Modern, The Iconic Interior, New Paris Style and many others. Interiors photographed by Richard Powers imported from various parts of the world show us, for example, how can we arrange our interior depending on the environment in which we find ourselves.
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  • 2014-11-27 13:24:45
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Unusual teabags change your mug in the aquarium

Tea bags produced by Charm Villa do not look at the beginning too spectacular. However, all changes when we pour hot water into the cup. Then, as if by magic, your mug converted into a small aquarium. Not only delicate handbags look beautiful, Taiwanese manufacturers have taken care of every detail of the sold product by them.

Duncan Shotton’s Rai

Fireplace in the lead

Zaha 3D type

ice me

Post-Apocalypt World b

Stunning Photography b

Trans-actions - vision

Mass grave of aircraft

Noemie Goudal

Art created by fire

The highest and longes

Photos Of Circus Artis

Poppins Bench by Aless

Hans Hemmert

3D Athletics Track

Contemporary cradles

Freerunning

Make Up Artist Turns H

Black and White Photog

Baggage-Inspired Bathr