Again, there are some exceptional photos available today. They’re a mixture of flora and fauna photography …. plus some female beauty .). Let’s be concrete though. Do not miss the amazing flower shot called Sun Dancers by Joel Olives, breathtaking primate photo called Ape by TOMAS RAK and the beautiful Irina Sheik taking a bath in modern tub. Today, surprisingly I’ll pick just one representative from the illustrations .. it’s the Best Alpinist Ever by Freakland that deserves to be featured. On the other hand, when speaking of today’s art / digital artworks, seems every single one would deserve to be here. Anyway, got to pick just few … I do not want to flood you with inspiration right at begin :). Make sure to check the HOROSCOPES ELLE RUSSIA PART 1 by Laura Laine, Papillon by KunstFabrik Manu Jobst and Under Water Love by Sita. If you’re into futuristic / high-tech architecture, do not miss the Motril Footbridge by Gijon Arquitectura. And for the ones looking for some freebies .. there is a nice WordPress theme available at the bottom. Enjoy!
A sculpted low-energy light bulb by a British designer scooped an international design prize today.
Samuel Wilkinson and product design company Hulger fought off competition from more than 90 entries for the title of Brit Insurance design of the year 2011.
The Plumen 001 energy-saving bulb was picked as the judges’ overall favourite from seven category winners after its stylish, innovative appearance impressed the panel.
This house was designed by Omer Arbel Office Architects and offers a generous indoor/outdoor connectivity . Let yourself charmed by the inviting and romantic atmosphere. For more pictures click here.
Monstrans, the Virginia-based multidisciplinary architecture and design practice established in 2008 by a local architect Leo Salom has just sent us this images of their recently-completed stool design inspired by ‘a fascination with airplane, bridge and ship building parts that plainly display the way the industrial machine body is assembled.’
Made from five 18 gauge bent and riveted aluminium pieces, the stool is naturally strong and light and weighs less than 2 lbs., which makes it inexpensive to ship to you and easy for you to carry around. Once assembled, the metal parts are power coated, then the seat is cut from 1/4” thick natural wool felt, and adhered to the stool to serve as a soft resilient pad for the body.