Sergipe Apartment by Felipe Hess

Sergipe Apartment by Felipe Hess

Designed for a young actor by Felipe Hess, this contemporary apartment is located in São Paulo, Brazil.

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Family Residence by Ward+Blake Architects


This family residence was completed in 2010 by Ward+Blake Architects. It is located in Wilson, Wyoming.

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Drawings 2015 Part 1 by Stefan Zsaitsits

Products of The Day #322

The-End-Print Retrospect the vintage movie theater experience at home. The End Print is designed for those who love to live in the golden era of cartoons which always ended with this traditional “The End” sign! It’s a 15.7 x 11.8 print on a loom frame that can be used to decorate your favorite corner of the house.

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Modern House by ONE!CONTACT

Modern House by ONE!CONTACT

This modern single family house is situated in Mühlheim, Germany. It was completely redesigned in 2012 by ONE!CONTACT.

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Portraits 3 by Nigel Buchanan

Portraits 3 by Nigel Buchanan

Set of cool digital portraits by Nigel Buchanan, an artist from Sydney, Australia.

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Concept Art by Tony Foti

Concept Art by Tony Foti

Collection of spectacular concept art by Tony Foti, an artist from the US.

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Maison Alios by Guillaume Cosculluela

Maison Alios by Guillaume Cosculluela

Weekend seaside retreat designed by Guillaume Cosculluela, located in France.

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Iowa: America’s Heartland

Classic antique cars are seen at an auto dealer in West Branch, Iowa, March 6, 2015. Iowa, the American heartland. Endless farm fields and quiet towns. 56,273 square miles that are soon to become the focus of the nation as the long process of electing the next U.S. president begins. (Photo by Jim Young/Reuters)

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Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea

Natural History Museum is giving delegates the chance to embark on a virtual reef dive around the venue as its newest exhibition “Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea” will be offered as an additional venue space to event organisers from Friday 27th March 2015. Coral Reefs, which opens 27th March and runs until 13th September, presents a spectacular marine life gallery and invites guests to meet creatures and discover plants from diverse coral habitats including coral collected firsthand by Charles Darwin, a venomous blue-ringed octopus and a gigantic Turbinaria coral. As with the Wildlife Photographer of the Year gallery, Coral Reefs will be available to hire as an additional venue space to combine with the other permanent event spaces in the museum. With a recommended capacity of 150 guests at a time Coral Reefs will provide organisers with the perfect opportunity to enhance their events with this fascinating exhibition and virtual dive.

Museum employee Victoria views a giant grouper fish specimen at the Natural History Museum in west London March 25, 2015. It forms part of a new exhibition, “Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea”, featuring a panoramic virtual dive and over 250 specimens from the Museum’s coral, fish and marine invertebrate collection, which opens on March 27. (Photo by Toby Melville/Reuters)

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Brazil: A Dirty Scum On Polluted Water

Vultures gather to eat the carcass of a dog (not pictured) at Bica beach, on the banks of the Guanabara Bay, with the Sugar Loaf mountain in background, 500 days ahead the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro March 24, 2015. As part of its Olympic bid, Rio promised to clean up 80 percent of the bay for the games. But local government officials have already admitted that a cleanup by 2016 is not achievable. Despite millions of dollars of investment over the years, the bay still stinks of sewage. Sailors who visited the city for test events complained of a floating sofa and a dead dog in the water. (Photo by Ricardo Moraes/Reuters)

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Colombia: The Graffiti Mecca

In this March 12, 2015 photo, a man tours a graffiti exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, in Bogota, Colombia. The city-run museum recently held an exhibition highlighting the work of Bogota street artists who go by aliases such as Joems and the MonsTruacioN collective. (Photo by Fernando Vergara/AP Photo)

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After Taking LSD

“After taking LSD. I lighting up a candle in the middle of the wood and during the 30 secondes of exposure, i make a meditation about the holism of nature surrounding me. Feeling the crystal vibration irradiating from the center of the Gaia mother earth. So in this picture i try to show you the magic, sacred metaphysical quality of the nature and new age bullshiting you”. – Benoit Paillé.

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Low budget family house in Prague by LABOR13


LABOR13 have designed this low budget contemporary family house located in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Orizon House by Andres Serpa


The Orizon House was designed by Andres Serpa. This contemporary house is located in Playa Grande, Costa Rica.

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