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Incredible Photos of Lights In Night Flight Airplanes

Incredible Photos of Lights In Night Flight AirplanesAzul Obscuracaptures a view of aircrafts that often goes unseen by ordinary passengers. Standing on the runway, the Osaka-based photographer documents the planes as they approach the airstrip and safely make their landing. Although this is a common routine, Obscura’s visual style—specifically, his choice to shoot footage at night—adds a mesmerizing feel to the entire process.

Picture of the Dog Gives Birth to 5 Puppies

Picture of the Dog Gives Birth to 5 PuppiesJust last week, we were introduced to an adorable and very pregnant dog named Lilica, starring in her very own maternity photo shoot. Now, Lilica is the proud mama of five adorable puppies! In fact, the maternity photo shoot took place just the day before the pregnant pooch went into labor.

World Largest Vault for Storing Seeds in Norway

World Largest Vault for Storing Seeds in Norway  Way up north in the remote Arctic Svalbard archipelago, shrouded in permafrost and tucked 427 feet into a mountain, lies the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. Located on the Norwegian Island of Spitsbergen, this futuristic facility safeguards over 850,00 seed copies from all over the planet in case of a global catastrophe. Created as a way to preserve biodiversity of the planet, the vault contains duplicate samples of essential seed varieties that are held in gene banks around the world.

Spectacular Design of Kunsthaus Graz Art Museum in Graz, Austria

Spectacular Design of Kunsthaus Graz Art Museum in Graz, Austria The Kunsthaus Graz Art Museum in Graz, Austria, is a gigantic blob-shaped building with a dozen or so tube like nozzles, acting as windows, that stick out from its curved roof, giving the structure an undeniable alien creature like look.

Ezri Tarazi Designs Table that Pays Tribute to the Demolished City of Aleppo

Ezri Tarazi Designs Table that Pays Tribute to the Demolished City of AleppoIsraeli designer ezri tarazi takes geopolitical issues into his creations, aiming to materialize his thoughts and reflections on the actual situation of the place he was born. ‘higher view’ is a design installation that is based on the ‘objective’ exhibition in collaboration with haim parnas in the tower of david museum in jerusalem.

Pip & Pop an Amazing Candyland by Artist

Pip & Pop an Amazing Candyland by Artist Combine the Candyland set with Lisa Frank stationery in a kaleidoscopic 3D dreamscape, and you get the mesmerizing work of Tanya Schultz. This Australian artist, who goes by the name Pip & Pop, creates herpsychedelic installations from a miscellany of technicolor materials. In sugar, glitter, and assorted plastic trinkets, she builds miniature candied scenes that are as scintillatingly sweet as they are imaginative.

World Most Amazing Colorful Cities

World Most Amazing Colorful Cities  Many of the world's most iconic metropolises are filled with towering skyscrapers and shiny glass-and-steel facades, but not all cities are gray concrete jungles. From the candy-colored buildings of Havana, Cuba to the blue-painted houses of Jodhpur, India, many urban areas have embraced vivid hues in their streets for generations. To brighten your day, here are some of the most colorful locales across the globe—each delightfully vibrant in its own unique way.

AIRBNB offers an incredible view underwater with 35 Live Sharks

AIRBNB offers an incredible view underwater with 35 Live Sharks Would you sleep in this shark suite? french design agency ubi bene has collaborated with airbnb on an underwater accommodation — not suitable for the faint of heart. 360 degree transparent glass walls encircle a round bed, small side tables, and a bookshelf, offering a panoramic view of 35 live sharks swimming in the surrounding abyss. designed specifically for the paris aquarium, the room is submerged 10 meters deep within 3 million liters of water, completely immersing guests in a subaquatic spatial experience.

Impuls Motorcycles asks Pair of Munich Artists to Reinterpret Custom BMW K100

Impuls Motorcycles asks Pair of Munich Artists to Reinterpret Custom BMW K100
Impuls founders philip wulk and matthias pittner asked artists fabian gatermann and matthias edlinger reinterpret two BMW ‘K100s’ from 1985. through completely new renditions in terms of appearance and custom manufactured parts, both motorbikes become pieces of artwork.

The Jungle Book Actors with their CGI Animals

The Jungle Book Actors with their CGI Animals If the trailer is any indication, the forthcoming live-action update of The Jungle Book promises incredible CGI. Produced by Disney and directed by Jon Favreau, the film’s talking animals are voiced by some of Hollywood’s biggest actors and actresses. To promote the movie, a fantastic series of photos were recently released that features part of the star-studded cast posing alongside their CG animal counterparts.

Artist made a Library for the Birds of New York

Artist made a Library for the Birds of New YorkIn the downstairs exhibition space of new york’s tanya bonakdar gallery, artist mark dion invites viewers to experience the large-scale immersive installation, ‘the library for the birds of new york’. in it, 22 live birds inhabit a circular chamber filled with books, photographs, artifacts and objects — all related to ornithology, and sourced from popular culture, art history, and film. also inside is an 11 foot high white oak, symbolizing important philosophical and scientific ideas, such as the tree of life, the tree of knowledge, and the evolutionary tree.

Creative Egg Art as a Symbol of Celebrate Easter

Creative Egg Art as a Symbol of Celebrate Easter  Across the world, millions of people celebrate Easter in a variety of ways. One common component of this festive holiday is the ornate Easter egg. Originally, chicken eggs were stained in red as a cultural symbol—a practice that dates back centuries, to early Christian communities in Mesopotamia. In modern times, this tradition has lived on and taken new, artistic forms.

Amazing Picture Happy Easter from Space

Amazing Picture Happy Easter from SpaceNASA Astronaut Scott Kelly celebrated his first holiday back on Earth after his #YearInSpace by sharing a photo of a bunny rabbit plush toy in space, taken inside the ISS. In the background you can see the blue marble we all call home. Happy Easter to those who celebrate it!

OLO uses White Light from Smartphones to create detailed 3D Prints

OLO uses White Light from Smartphones to create detailed 3D Prints  Startup OLO has built a 3D printer around necessary light from a smartphone. the team has been hard at work for two years design the case, reinventing mechanics and reengineering microchips, which resulted in a portable, easy to use printer made of only seven plastic parts, one chip and one motor.

Incredible Portraits made by using 6,000 Screws

Incredible Portraits made by using 6,000 Screws Artist Andrew Myers’ newest screw art piece speaks to the amazing ability that love has to triumph over evil. “Love Wins” is a 6’ X 4’ sculpture that presents an uplifting commentary on the distress that pervades the world. Composed of over 6,000 screws set at various depths and then hand-painted one by one, the piece comes at an all-too-relevant time.

Collaborative Team Develops Glifo Writing Tools for Disabled Children

Collaborative Team Develops Glifo Writing Tools for Disabled Childre Using easily-accessible 3D printing technologies, a multi-person design team has created ‘glifo’, a series of customizable writing utensils that aid children with nervous system related impairments. the project was born in collaboration with TOG (together to go), a milan-based organization that aids and rehabilitates young ones with cognitive, motor, or other disabilities and open dot/ fablab makerspace.

Hollwich Kushner’s Skyler Provides a Home for all Stages of Life

Hollwich Kushner’s Skyler Provides a Home for all Stages of Life With an aging population that has been steadily moving back into the urban environment, new york-based studiohollwich kushner have conceived a an architectural solution to a sociological problem. ‘skyler’ is a sculptural tower aimed at supported a vertically layered community throughout an entire lifetime- a structure which caters to different age groups and accompanying needs, so that inhabitants can be constantly cared for and stimulated no matter what stage in life they are in.

Frog Design + SpeedX Melt Smart Cycling Computer and Cable Routing into Carbon Frame

Frog Design + SpeedX Melt Smart Cycling Computer and Cable Routing into Carbon FrameAfter a year of work, the speedX team with the help of frog design, managed to completely rebuild the internal structure of a bicycle frame to re-invent the internal cable routing. the system inside the ‘leopard’ not only improves the life of cables, reducing friction and drag, but also makes it more elegant and streamlined.

Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's Landmarks

Am to Pm Timelapse of the London's Landmarks Franck Matellini, from Paris, shot footage of some of London's most famous landmarks, including Big Ben and the London Eye, to create an amazing split screen showing the city in light and dark simultaneously. And, while most would think that life winds down after dark, the 37-year-old's film proved that London really is a city that never sleeps.

Jewelry From Books by Artist Jeremy May

Jewelry From Books by Artist Jeremy May London-based artist Jeremy May gives discarded books a new lease on life with his wearable sculptures. Images and text are harvested from these publications and formed into modern rings, bracelets, necklaces, and more. Their colorfully layered and patterned designs hardly resemble books at all—instead, they appear as lustrous, stylish accessories that mesmerize us with their beautiful curves and shapes.

Timber Installation by Edwin Chan Transforms the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas

Timber Installation by Edwin Chan Transforms the Nasher Sculpture Center in DallasIn collaboration with artist piero golia, architect edwin chan has transformed the corner gallery of the nasher sculpture center in dallas into a gathering space that combines architecture, entertainment, and works of art. the duo originally converted a storage area off hollywood boulevard in los angeles into an environment that encouraged interaction and led to a more developed sense of community.

The Mushroom Ninja Amazing Colorful Fungi Photos

The Mushroom Ninja Amazing Colorful Fungi Photos The world is full of natural treasures, which Ryan Grastorf found out firsthand only about a year and a half ago. “As an effort to reduce stress in life, I just started hiking more,” he told Instagram Blog. “I found a mushroom, a very cool looking mushroom, and the rest is kind of history.”

Oldest Library at Trinity College in Dublin

Oldest Library at Trinity College in Dublin This colossal hall is a book lover’s paradise. Known as the Long Room, this magnificent chamber is nearly 65 meters (213 feet) in length and home to over 200,000 rare books. It forms the main portion of the Old Library at Trinity College in Dublin, which is both the largest library in Ireland and one of the most impressive in the world.

Beautiful Smartphone Cases merge in Pressed Flowers

Beautiful Smartphone Cases merge in Pressed  Flowers Spring is officially in full swing, and bright colors are back in season, making it the perfect time to accessorize with blooming florals. Luckily, HouseOfBlings offers a whimsical way to celebrate this glorious time of year with their smartphone cases that feature real pressed flowers in a crystal clear shell.

Giant Sea Creature Sculpture by Artist

Giant Sea Creature Sculpture by Artist 
Suspended from a 22-meter-tall ceiling is Wu Zei, a massive sculpture by the artist Huang Yong Ping. It depicts a creature that’s a cross between an octopus and a cuttlefish, who appears simultaneously menacing and sympathetic. The mutated being invades the space it inhabits, wrapping its giant tentacles around poles and beams. At the same time, it conveys a feeling of despair—with trash and small animals stuck to its limbs—as the artist reflects on the maritime catastrophes caused by man.

Rare Discovery 2,000-Year-Old Roman Coin caught by a Woman

Rare Discovery 2,000-Year-Old Roman Coin caught  by a Woman
On a recent trip to Israel, a visiting hiker stumbled across a world-class find. Near an archaeological ruin in eastern Galilee, Laurie Rimon caught sight of this amazingly well-preserved antique coin as she was getting up from a short rest period. She showed the piece to her guide who confirmed it was indeed a rare discovery, and then sent images to the master of the local antiquities organization.

Incredible Artwork on Lips by Makeup Artist

Incredible Artwork on Lips by Makeup Artist Artist Andrea Reed looks to her lips to start a highly unique project. The artist applies makeup to her facial canvas, transforming her own lips into stunningly elaborate works of art.

Amazing Ragdoll Cat with Look Like Huge Cotton Ball

Amazing Ragdoll Cat with Look Like Huge Cotton Ball Sky the Ragdoll cat might be one of the fluffiest felines we’ve ever seen—it’s as if he’s all fur! His piercing blue eyes are the only thing that stands out through his thick coat; otherwise, he’s like a giant cuddly cotton ball or fluffy white cloud (hence, his name).

BIG's Stadium Design for the Washington Redskins Includes a Recreational Moat

BIG's Stadium Design for the Washington Redskins Includes a Recreational MoatAmerican football team the washington redskins has officially announced that it has hired bjarke ingels group to design its new stadium. although the arena’s exact location is still unspecified, BIG has unveiled a conceptual model of the 60,000-seat venue that shows a transparent wave-like structure surrounded on all sides by a recreational moat. this body of water, and adjacent areas of greenery, provides tailgaters with a designated place to congregate before the game.

Amazing Miniature Artwork by Syrian Refugees

Amazing Miniature Artwork by Syrian Refugees As war rages on in Syria, it’s only the people that refugee camps could provide protection to. The homes, the cities, the culture and the historical monuments that Syrians left behind are being systematically destroyed by Islamist militants. In August last year, the entire world watched in disbelief as militants demolished iconic landmarks in the ancient city of Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Rio Celeste, The Blue River and Transparent River

Rio Celeste, The Blue River and Transparent River Winding through the verdant rainforest of Tenorio Volcano National Park of Costa Rica, is a bright blue river called Rio Celeste. The river is formed by the confluence of two smaller rivers called the Sour Creek and the Good View River.

Al-Shaheed Monument an incredible design and architect of Baghdad

Al-Shaheed Monument an incredible design and architect of Baghdad  During the 1970s and 1980s, Saddam Hussein’s government spent a lot of oil money in building monuments around Baghdad. Two of these are quite majestic. One is the Monument to the Unknown Soldier, which we already wrote about. The other is the Al-Shaheed Monument.

Spectacular Sculptures made by using Wood and Metal Scraps

Spectacular Sculptures made by using Wood and Metal Scraps   Jason Waldron integrates a deep appreciation for wildlife and nature into his weathered wooden sculptures. Built using materials found scattered around his home in Central Oregon, Waldron recycles bits of wood and metal parts into creative, free flowing arrangements. Waldron believes that art is first and foremost a reflection of the artist, and thus uses his sculptures to represent personal and spiritual transformations within himself.

Recently Pace Gallery Presents Tim Hawkinson’s Mechanized, Witty Works at New York

Recently Pace Gallery Presents Tim Hawkinson’s Mechanized, Witty Works at New York To inaugurate its recently-opened space in new york, pace gallery presents an exhibition dedicated to artist tim hawkinson, highlighting a number of his most ambitious mechanized works made over the past twenty years.‘counterclockwise’ encompasses the artist’s kinetic and whimsical installations through a diverse range of media, including sculpture, installation, painting, photography and collage.

Orbit Clock Tells the Time with Pure Color

Orbit Clock Tells the Time with Pure ColorThis Incredible Orbit Clock Tells The Time With Two Rotating Colored Discs.
product descriptionOrbit Clock tells the time with two rotating colored discs A poetic design, combining bold graphics with a minimal aesthetic.

Spectacular Skyscrapers Feng Shui of Hong Kong

Spectacular Skyscrapers Feng Shui of Hong Kong In Hong Kong, a city with one of the most beautiful skyline, the plan and design of a building is determined as much as by architects and engineers as by feng shui masters. This ancient Chinese philosophy of positioning objects and buildings in harmony with nature to bring about good fortune, is deeply rooted in Hong Kong’s culture. 

Penguin become a Friend of a man who Rescued him

Penguin become a Friend of a man who Rescued him When Joao Pereira de Souza found a dying penguin on a beach near Rio de Janeiro, he immediately started to nurse him back to health. The creature, who has since been named Dindim, is a South American Magellanic penguin and he was found covered in oil. 

Giant Dragon around the Temple

Giant Dragon around the TempleAbout 40 km west of Bangkok lies the district of Samphran, where there is a rather odd-looking Wat or Buddhist temple. The temple complex has a giant golden Buddha statue and several shrines and smaller statues within, but the one that draws the eyes of tourists is a 17-storey pink tower with an enormous dragon wrapped around it.

Picture Of The Day A Girl And Her Dog Wear Matching Dresses

Picture Of The Day A Girl And Her Dog Wear Matching Dresses When Australian Erin Condrin was preparing for a school dance, she passionately wanted to include her service dog in the affair. Condrin copes with Classical Type Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, which causes consistent joint dislocations, difficulty with tasks like writing, food complications, and chemical allergies.

Stunning Design for Teaching Facilities for Hospitality School in Melbourne

Stunning Design for Teaching Facilities for Hospitality School in Melbourne edwards moore is a melbourne-based architecture and design studio founded in 2009. their work ranges from private houses, retail spaces, exhibitions and temporary pavilions, to buildings and large scale city planning projects. on this occasion, they present us a dynamic new design for the local-based william angliss institute, consisting of a training hotel facility that provides a series of hospitality teaching areas linked across three levels within their existing campus.

Mini Railway Model inside the Forest

Mini Railway Model inside the Forest In the small but densely wooded Needham town forest, outside Boston, lies a secret attraction — a miniature model railway consisting of 120 foot of tracks that wind through the trees and over delicate trestles and small tunnels. A tiny blue electric locomotive pulls a load of cargo logs over the tracks, while a group of assorted passengers including miniature plastic superheroes, pigs, and dinosaurs wait by the station house.

Studio106 Architect Convert Retro Caravan into a Mobile Office

Studio106 Architect Convert Retro Caravan into a Mobile Officenew zealand-based architecture and design firm studio106 has created a solution for those who wish to be outside during the summer months, instead of working inside the office. for this, the studio proposes to adopt and transform a retro caravan into a mobile working space, in order to maintain productivity while enjoying of the warmest season of the year.

Miniature Painting on Eyelids Inspired by Makeup Artist Tal Peleg

Miniature Painting on Eyelids Inspired by Makeup Artist Tal Peleg  Makeup artist Tal Peleg designs detailed paintings on an unusual canvas: her upper eyelid. Using this part of her face—along with her eyebrows, lashes, waterline, and the surrounding area—Peleg recreates scenes from iconic movies, musicals, and books.

Huge Snorlax Cushion Pokémon Bed by Bandai

Huge Snorlax Cushion Pokémon Bed by Bandai When Japanese toy company Bandai decided to create a Pokémon bed, they immediately thought of one specific character: Snorlax (or Kabigon, as he's known in Japan). Thanks to his rotund, cushy body, this fantastical character's belly serves as the perfect place for a nap or moment of pure relaxation.

BMW Plans for the Future through Vision Next 100 Variable Autonomy Concept

BMW Plans for the Future through Vision Next 100 Variable Autonomy Concept To help visualize plans for the future, BMW uncovered the ‘vision next 100’ concept. the vehicle combines a sporty coupé with the functionality of a sedan while still integrating autonomous technology that is customizable to tailor the driver’s changing needs.

Creative Director Combine Two Photos Together Cleverly

Creative Director Combine Two Photos Together Cleverly  Creative director Stephen McMennamy splices up the world in weird and wonderful ways. His continuing#ComboPhotos series combines unexpected objects to create whimsical collage-like visuals that push the boundaries of what reality should look like.

World Best Cliffside Restaurant Offers Dining Experience

World Best Cliffside Restaurant Offers Dining Experience A breathtaking view is the perfect complement to a cocktail, and the studio Tall Arquitectos has designed an entire restaurant around this idea. They’ve proposed a locale called Copper Canyon Cocktail Bar, which would sit cliff-side and overlook the Basaseachic Falls of Mexico. Precariously placed, it would certainly provide a stunning look at the surrounding landscape.

Spectacular Photos of Dangerous Train Roof Riding In Bangladesh

Spectacular Photos of Dangerous Train Roof Riding In Bangladesh It’s easy to complain about the morning commute, but when we take a second to consider how some citizens risk their lives to get to work, it can be incredibly eye-opening and humbling.

Disney Best Character Faces Mashup Illustration

Disney Best Character Faces Mashup Illustration  Artist Amanda Lee (aka Dada) uses the potential hidden within ordinary colored pencils to design impeccably detailed character illustrations. "Art can communicate without words," the gifted artist proclaims.

Amazing Art Work By Using Paint Dipped Liquid Logos

Amazing Art Work By Using Paint Dipped Liquid LogosPutting a literal spin on identity design, photographer manuel mittelpunkt and set designer matthias grund have realized a high-speed photo series that alters the logos of several popular companies.