This Unique Chair Is Designed To Encourage Informality

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Drexel University student Carl Durkow, has just exhibited his new chair design, named ‘Narl‘, at ICFF 2016 in New York. The chair has an almost feather-like appearance, with a large curved base allowing for the chair to become a rocker. Continue »

Beautiful, Dramatic Illustrations Of Ocean Waves And Galaxies In Coffee Mugs By Victoria Siemer

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Victoria Siemer is a New York-based graphic designer created a heartbreaking ‘Human Error’ series, which gives your morning cup of coffee an additional dose of surrealism with her latest project, entitled ‘Coffee Cup Manipulations’. Continue »

Beautifully Designed Fabric Fills Delhi’s Auto Rickshaw Interior With Vibrant Original Artwork

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According to artist Nasheet Shadani: “In collaboration with Taxi Fabric, here is Delhi’s first designer auto rickshaw. Standing magnificently amidst the starry night is Humayun’s Tomb. Drawing inspiration from Delhi’s rich history and Mughal heritage, I believe that it encompasses the true spirit of Delhi.” Continue »

Ukrainian Banksy – Street Art By Sharik

He works anonymously, covered under the nickname of “Sharik”. He lives in Simferopol, Autonomous Republic of Crimea in southern Ukraine. Noone sees him, but he does. His graffiti is done in a stencil style and is devoted to a social topics: mass culture, love, politics, power and money. Ukrainian Banksy. Continue »

The Surreal Desert Landscapes Of The United States Of America

The barren landscapes of the south-western US provided inspiration for photographer David Clapp. He visited Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona as part of his project on other-worldy locations, with surreal results.

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A yucca plant at moonrise in the sand of White Sand National Monument in Alamogordo, New Mexico. (Photo by David Clapp/Barcroft Images) Continue »

Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer Of The Year 2016 Shortlist

From Tibetan monks playing basket ball with ice thawing high up in the Himalayas, to the pollution that hides behind the Taj Mahal, here’s pick from 60 exceptional environmental photographs, by photographers and filmmakers from 70 countries, that will go on show at the Royal Geographical Society in London from 29 June to 21 August. The winners will be announced on 28 June.

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Transhumance in Spain by Susana Girón. Transhumance is a centuries old tradition of moving livestock many miles in search of better pasture in winter and summer. Above, the Alarcon family are taking their sheep from their home in Fatima (Granada) to Las Navas de San Juan (Jaen), a 124-mile journey on foot. More than 100 Spanish families continue the transhumance tradition every year. (Photo by Susana Girón/2016 Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year) Continue »

“Today,” A 24-hour Timepiece Beautifully Designed To Change The Way You See Your Day

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Award-winning media artist and horologist Scott Thrift just launched a new 24-hour timepiece – simply called Today – on Kickstarter to take the edge off of time. Continue »

Meet This Colorful Australian Peacock Spider

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Several new species of peacock spider – just a few millimetres long and featuring extraordinary colours – have been discovered in Western Australia and South Australia. Jürgen Otto, a biologist from Sydney, has been researching the arachnids since 2005, and has gained a significant following online with his footage. He believes there are now 48 confirmed species of peacock spider within the Maratus genus, found across Australia but particularly in Western Australia – and many more awaiting confirmation. Here: Maratus Tasmanicus, one of seven new species of peacock spiders studied and photographed by the Sydney biologist Jürgen Otto. Continue »

Minimalistic Photos Of Architecture That Pop With Color, Geometrical Elements

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Yener Torun is the architect-cum-photographer behind this social media account that features beguilingly vibrant snapshots of buildings tucked away in Istanbul, Turkey. Continue »

Humorous Illustrations Of Chewbacca As Comical Visual Puns

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London-based designer and illustrator Joe Stone is back with a follow-up project. Titled ‘Drewbacca’, this new series follows the theme of his ‘Drawntroopers’ project. With some humorous wordplay and visual puns, he imagines ‘Chewie’ from Star Wars as ‘Queuebacca’ (waiting in line), ‘Loobacca’ (sitting on the loo), ‘Stewbecca’ (cooking a stew), and more. Continue »

Artist Turns Old Mattresses Into Giant Foods

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Recently, French street artist Lor-K has been cutting, shaping, and painting old mattresses so that they look like giant versions of common foods. If you’ve ever wanted a slice of pizza that’s big enough to be a complete meal, she can provide it! Continue »

My Brain Does Not Compute With This Artist’s Phenomenal 3D Drawings…

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Stefan Pabst is a man who needs little introduction. The artist from Germany is a true master in the art of 3D sketching, and thanks to the trompe l’oeil techniques – which means ‘forcing your brain to have too many tabs open’ – the 35-year-old Pabst is able to amaze his audience – time and time again! Also, be sure to check out a couple of videos below to see how these incredible drawings are brought to live by the master himself. Continue »

Artist Paints Hyper Realistic Animal Portraits That Place Your Own Pet In Historical Settings

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Always wanted to do something special to honor your beloved pet? Look no further! Dutch artist, Tein, creates these wonderful, custom made animal portraits by using a digitally morphed images — placing your pet in historical settings. Continue »

LICK Puppies, An Adorable Photo Series That Captures Canine Youngsters In Mid-Lick

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Photographer Ty Foster, who has made a career of documenting dogs and sometimes even humans, has followed up his immensely popular “LICK” photo series with the next logical, albeit adorable choice “LICK Puppies“, portraits of canine youngsters caught in mid-lick. Continue »

Artists Builds Tiny Tree-Houses Around Common House Plants And It’s Awesome!

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Jedediah Corwyn Voltz is a Los Angeles-based prop maker for TV and movies. On the side, Voltz uses leftover bits of scrap wood, fabric, and other materials to construct tiny abodes around succulents and cactus plants, Slate reports. Continue »