Working in the bosom of nature

Tom van de Beek remade the old caravan for a mobile office. Thanks to its innovative design he can work in nature. It's the perfect solution for all those who are tired of the monotonous work in the office.

Green Box

Green Box is a project of renovation of an abandoned garage, which is located in the Alps. Garage has been converted to a weekend house, made of very light materials: galvanic steel, glass, wood. Everything is kept in a very raw, minimalist feel. The whole is covered with plants.
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  • 2015-07-20 11:12:51
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The first days of the bunny

Photographer, living in Bangladesh, Ashraful Arefin, has been taking care of adoptive bunnies for a few months. One of them was born four young. He decided one of them regularly photograph. In this way a project was created and a bunny turned out to be an amazing model.
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  • 2015-07-17 15:19:42
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  • photography     

Diptych on the skin

Thieves of Tower is the result of extraordinary cooperation between Houston Patton, tattoo artist and Dagny Fox. A pair of artists creates unusual tattoos. There are views which arise mainly on the back of the legs of their customers.
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  • 2015-07-16 12:56:08
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  • art     

Human nature

The Spanish artist Antonio Mora blends a man in nature and architectural landscapes. With his photographs he shows how many common elements are the human body and nature, human creations.
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  • 2015-07-16 12:46:20
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  • photography     

Wigwam for adults

These Tipi pequeño is inspired by the traditional North America wigwams. It is made of aluminum and impregnated sheets. Interior is coverered by polyurethane foam, which makes the comfortable stay in the middle, irrespective of the surface the tipi is located. You can locate it on the beach or terrace, creating a secluded place to rest.
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  • 2015-07-13 13:23:54
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Danish fashion

The Danish pair of designers: Victor & Rolf, surprised viewers of his last show in Paris. Inspired by the paintings of the seventeenth century, they decided to dress their models into works of art. See the results.
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  • 2015-07-13 13:02:03
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Billboards transformed

Hidden Spiral Wine Cel

Transparent Swimming P

African Hotel by Regio

Church Altars by Cyril

Stunning Paintings by

Photography by Aaron F

Fendi spring summer 20

Paper Sculptures by Bi

Electric Motorcycle Jo

Beautiful Architectura

25 Dresses for 25 Citi

Jil Sander

Breathtaking frozen la

Bike lights

Lego Bridge

The Biggest Marketing

bitMAPS

Artworks with Coffee C

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