Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from July, 2015

Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch

Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Artist Gretchen Röehrs completes her playful fashion illustrations by utilizing colorful food items, as a finishing touch. From a rustic slice of bread to leafy greens, Röehrs has the ability to transform these edibles into pieces that are reminiscent of structured, flowing, and shapely articles of clothing.
In each illustration, the foods are manipulated so that they mirror the human body's many curves and angles.
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Awesome Art Work from Food Items for a Finishing Touch
Gre…

The “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous Travelers

The “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous Travelers

Those who fancy themselves adventurous travelers can now experience an adrenaline-pumping night in the Natura Vive Skylodge in Peru’s Sacred Valley. This isn’t a typical vacation, and it definitely isn’t for those with a fear of heights. Here, guests sleep in a transparent glass pod that clings to the side of one of the valley’s highest peaks. But before they even get to their accommodations, travelers must climb a 400-foot cliff face.
The “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous Travelers

The “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous TravelersThe “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous Travelers
The “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous Travelers
The “Skylodge” Sleep in Glass Pod Clinging to a 400-Foot Cliff for Adventurous Travelers
The “Skylodge” Sleep …

Turn Anything into a Lamp Fixture with Baselamp by Luke Lamp Co.

Turn Anything into a Lamp Fixture with Baselamp by Luke Lamp Co.The ‘baselamp’ by luke lamp co. has endless possibilities to effortlessly turn almost anything into a lamp, like a favorite bottle of whiskey, a glass incense burner, or even a flower filled vase. with an integrated LED chip on board and a recessed touch capacitive dimmer switch, lthe new york based company, created a light fixture that is not only super bright – at 410 lumens, but also doesn’t displace too much heat or produce any UV light.
the light turns glass bottles into fixtures
 Turn Anything into a Lamp Fixture with Baselamp by Luke Lamp Co.

made from either solid walnut or bamboo
 Turn Anything into a Lamp Fixture with Baselamp by Luke Lamp Co.

aluminum heatsink keeps the lamp cool
 Turn Anything into a Lamp Fixture with Baselamp by Luke Lamp Co.

a touch-capacitive aluminum dimmer switch to easily adjust brightness
 Turn Anything into a Lamp Fixture with Baselamp by Luke Lamp Co.

 Turn Anything into a Lam…

Spectacular Photographs from 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest

Spectacular Photographs from 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest

Sunrise at Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Aerial Image. If you look carefully, you might notice the person enjoying this natural beauty.
© Jassen T. / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

 Spectacular Photographs from 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest

© James Smart / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Beautiful tornado tracks in open farm land narrowly missing a home near Simla, Colorado.
 Spectacular Photographs from 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest

© Marja Schwartz / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Lion cub jumping on mother’s head, Naboisho Conservancy, Masai Mara, Kenya, Africa.
 Spectacular Photographs from 2015 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest

© Christine Hess / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
There’s nothing quite like being able to stand at the base of Niagara Falls as you feel and hear the thundering roar of the water as it falls over the edge a…

Amazing Photos of Spanish Festival of Chasing Bulls to The Sea

Amazing Photos of Spanish Festival of Chasing Bulls to The Sea

Photo credit
The ceremony begins with bulls chasing young boys down the Calle Marques de Campo, the town's main boulevard, down to the specially designed arena in the port. Three sides of the square arena are closed off with iron bars just wide enough for humans to slide in and out of the arena should the bull get too close. The fourth side opens out into the harbor, with an approximately one-meter drop between the sanded arena floor and the water.
One by one, the bulls are released into the arena, and willing participants then tease the bulls and try to get them into the water. The one who succeeds in making the bull fall into the water is considered the winner.
Amazing Photos of Spanish Festival of Chasing Bulls to The Sea

Photo credit
Amazing Photos of Spanish Festival of Chasing Bulls to The Sea

Photo credit
Amazing Photos of Spanish Festival of Chasing Bulls to The Sea

Photo credit
Amazing Photos of Sp…