Sliding Wall Partitions for an Adaptable Home


La Casa de Maria José y Enrique is a apartment designed by Madrid-based PKMN Architectures. The apartment is designed with sliding wall partitions that allow to adapt the space to the needs of the owners.

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Punk Disney Princesses

Punk Disney princesses manipulation series by unknown artist.

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Old Photos Reveal How Disney’s Animators Used a Real-Life Model to Draw Alice in Wonderland


Kathryn Beaumont, the actor who voiced both Alice in Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and Wendy in Disney’s Peter Pan, also modeled for the animators. These old photos show how much effort was put into classical animation at the Disney studio, where artists were able to produce as many as 23-24 seconds of animation per week.

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G(enius) Bicycle


Come May 2013, Italian bike enthusiast and entrepreneur Andrea Colussi found herself thinking “now what?” So he decided to team up with designer Giulio Gianturco and engineer Giampietro Lorenzon to reinvent the bicycle; built upon classic geometry, their creation – called “G_Bicycle” — incorporates removable core elements within the traditional aluminum frame for a clean yet compact, collapsible form.

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This Artist Creates a Unique Sculptures and Landscapes from Bullet Shells and Cartridges


Federico Uribe transforms common objects, such as sneakers, into colorful figures that stretch the limits of a given material’s original use and value. Born in Colombia, the artist moved to the United States to study painting, but he abandoned his painting practice in the early 2000s to create sculptures and installations of human figures and animals.

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Shocking Real Stories of Feral Children Told with Dark Photos

“Feral Children” is the latest photo-project by German-born, London-based photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten. This newest series of staged photos takes a darker look at growing up under unusual circumstances. Fullerton-Batten rose to fame after her “Teenage Stories” series in 2005, which explored a girl’s transition to womanhood.

The Girl With No Name “inspired me to search further for other cases of feral children,” Fullerton-Batten told Feature Shoot. “I found that there were quite a number of these. Some cases resulted from children becoming lost, snatched by wild animals, and especially those left or neglected by their parents. The documented cases exist over four of the five continents.”

Oxana Malaya, Ukraine, 1991: Oxana was found living with dogs in a kennel in 1991. She was eight years old and had lived with the dogs for six years. Her parents were alcoholics and one night, they had left her outside. Looking for warmth, the three year old crawled into the farm kennel and curled up with the mongrel dogs, an act that probably saved her life. When discovered she behaved more like a dog than a human child. She ran on all fours, panted with her tongue out, bared her teeth and barked. Because of her lack of human interaction, she only knew the words “yes” and “no.”

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Behrad Ghodsi Develops a Range of 3D Printable Footwear


Designer Behrad Ghodsi has created ATOSSA, a collection of footwear, made by 3D printing, that would allow the wearer to print them at home.

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Photo of the Day: The Martian


A location on Mars associated with the best-selling novel and Hollywood movie, “The Martian” is seen in an image from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter taken May 17, 2015.

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Flocks of Sheep Take over London’s Savile Row

Passers-by stop to look at a flock of Exmoor Horn sheep, in Savile Row, London, Britain October 5, 2015. The Campaign for Wool marked the beginning of Britain’s national Wool Week on Monday, on one of London’s most renowned streets. (Photo by Peter Nicholls/Reuters)

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Designers Create a Wall for Carlsberg from 160 Laser Cut Pieces of Wood


Creative agency Wonderland, have designed an organically shaped wooden wall, displaying the Carlsberg logo, for the bar at the Hall of Carlsberg in Copenhagen.

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Microsoft Surface Book


The first laptop ever built by Microsoft, reported to be twice as fast as a MacBook Pro! The keyboard also detaches allowing you to use it as a tablet.

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New Balance 996 Distinct Ski Retro


New Balance 996 Distinct Ski Retro is inspired by elements of retro skiing, taking cues from vintage ski jackets and sweaters.

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Baumraum Treehouses


Masters of treehouse architecture – Baumraum, plan and constructs spectacular treehouses according to customer specifications, beautifully finished and with durability and nature integration in mind.

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Koto Smart Sensors for a Healthier Home


Want to know more about the air you breathe without a bulky weather station? Meet Koto, smart home sensors that are so small and stylish they disguise as interior decor. Koto sensors monitor the environment in every room of your home, so they can offer advice that helps you sleep better, keep your family healthy or be more productive, right on your smartphone.

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Freebies for Designers – September 2015

If you’re looking around for some quality graphic design stuff, you couldn’t have landed in a better place, in this monthly round-up you’ll find the freshest and nicest resources across the web lately released like perspective objects kit, cool and modern UI kits, photorealistic mockups, and amazing photoshop effects, invaluable icons and quite unique fonts. Feel free to keep scrolling ;)

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