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The only thing that survives longer than a vampire, is the popularity of vampires. in 1922, Nosferatu practically introduced the genre of horror to film and almost 90 years later vampires are sucking more than ever.
weBite is the second in our series of horror/fantasy designs, following weScare (a collection of 59 monsters). It features variations on the vampire ranging from multiple sources: film, sitcoms, anime, cartoons, children’s entertainment, video games, comics, comedy and even the breakfast table. All arranged into the form of a bat.
An art series entitled “The Plastiquarium,” made from recycled detergent bottles by .
15 photo’s of inked girls from the great talents of Deviant Art.
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Amazing works of two talent girls from Brazil. Denise Schwenck and Camila Fortes create a dream’s world with their toys.
Check it out: Panoletos website
The original Circle ® kitchen is an innovative high-tech compact kitchen concept for commercial and residential use. This 180° revolving kitchen design features all the characteristics of a traditional kitchen with an incredibly low demand on overall space, less than 1.8 sqm.
This concealable “room within a room” concept is realized with the ability of blending the circular kitchen location independently; particularly where space is at a premium. Through rotating the complete work area may be reached from a sitting or standing position.
A pop up Type Specimen book based on the beautiful typeface Mrs. Eaves designed by Zuzana Licko. The book tells the strange tale between Mrs. Eaves and John Baskerville (who interestingly also has a typeface named after him). The book features 3D illustrations of the town they lived in and the secrets of the type setting shop where they worked. Book designed by Changzhi Lee. www.leechangzhi.com
Nicholas and Sheila Pye are two amazing performers based in Toronto, Canada.
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