This is one of the pieces which resulted from the workshop “Fragil” held by Apparatu in 2010.
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Live a simple and elegant lifestyle by being creative and functional with the things you use. Here are some tips we have for you this week.
#1-A: Cut a portion of an used milk jug to make a beach shovel or dustpan
#1-B: Mount a tension rod inside your cabinet and organize your spray bottles
#1-C: Prevent straws from floating out of the soda can by putting them through the tab
It’s never too early to raise the next generation of super fans. One day your kids will hate everything you like. Today is not that day. This nursery design was definitely a lot more complicated than a trip to Babies R Us for bedding and wall art; however, the finished result is absolutely worth the trouble of scavenging for everything Potter-esque.
When 30-year-old Stephen got married, he wanted a wedding cake based on old school games. Australian cake maker Nicole stepped up to the console and delivered!
Chris Guise is an artist, mechanical engineer and bonsai enthusiast from Maidenhead, England; and is interested in bonsai, Stirling engines, cathedrals, trees etc.
‘Bag End Bonsai Trayscape’: A Bonsai Baggins Hobbit Home is an amazing and creative creation by Artist Chris Guise. See the images below for extensive detailed work. Check out Chris Guise’s stream on Flickr for more artwork.
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Nothing Fancy, the non-stitched minimalist wallet, is the first product in a range of everyday accessories reimagined for a contemporary lifestyle. The wallet has its origins in the classic image of the bundle of banknotes held together by a rubber band. The mission was to create a design with the minimal amount of materials, simplifying the object to its basic function.
via MS Magazine
This is the 150,000-piece LEGO recreation of the Battle of Helm’s Deep from Lord of the Rings. It was built by Rich-K & Big J and contains over 1,700 minifigs.