Sculpture of nails

All the works of sculptor and professor of art at a college in Brunswick, John Bisbee were created with steel nails. Each stud is placed separately, and the whole is then bonded by welding. Bisbee sculpts this way using 30-centimeter nails. His work can be seen in the home state of Maine.
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The twins from Iceland

Japanese photographer, Ariko Inaoka every year visited Iceland to photograph two girls, Erna and Hrefny - twins. The photographer sees the girls every year and she tries to capture growing up young Islanders on her pictures. Inaoka met the twins in 2006, during the casting for one of her sessions. Later, in 2009, Japanese met the girls again and began her project, which is going to continue until the twins will have 16 years.
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Steam Coffee

In Cape Town is a place which is called The Truth Coffee Shop. It was created by Martin Held, who reminded the similarity forms of elements of coffee with Futuristic Victorian shapes giving to find the aesthetics of steampunk. Every inch of this cafe filled with wonders from which you can not break eye. Tube on top of a lot of metal rich decoration. A magical place. Coffee has to taste there in a unique way.
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Night at Hogwarts!

Georgian House Hotel offers fans of the series of books and movies, accommodation in amazing rooms, modeled on those that we know well from the dorms school for wizards.
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Qubis Haus

The project Qubis Haus coffee table is an example of a project that is not only cute and functional, but also somehow connects generations.

Hopeless Romantic

Rafael Martinez, especially for C-Heads magazine, has created a session ditlenek Hopeless Romantic. Photographer chosen beach for his photoshoot, he took up the styling of models: Iris Hall, Ana Yarelzy and Andres Corella, resulting in all three dressed in black.
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Futuristic Wearables Made With New Materials

Dutch designer Iris van Herpen made for Spring/Summer 2015 collection a series of dresses created from new materials, created from processes such as 3D printing, molding injection and laser cut that the artist has developed with the help of architects and scientists.
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