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Adorable Bento Boxes Inspired by Animals and Cartoon Characters


Mom Li Ming from Singapore prides herself on her Bento Monsters, the gorgeous boxed lunches she makes for her two school-age sons.

Beautiful Dark Twisted Illustrations


Minimalist black and white illustrations by korean artist Henn Kim. Morning Swim Don’t Just Listen, Feel It Coffee First Long Term Love Everybody Hurts Bless You Good Morning Contact Octopus Salon Good Night Tea Time Tagged: art, illustrations

Live Oaks of Ossabaw


Photographer Diane Kirkland in her series Live Oaks of Ossabaw captures the majestic oaks trees of Ossabaw, an island off the coast of Georgia.

Mind Landscapes


Rubén Fuentes‘s landscape paintings entitled Mind Landscapes are an expression of his love of nature, of his homeland Cuba full of greenery, but also of his sympathy for all the ecosystems of our planet.

The scenic Tamblingan Lake


Photo by Agung Krisprimandoyo Tamblingan Lake in Bali, Indonesia, is a small crater lake at the northwestern edge of Bedugul caldera surrounded by green hills.

Do it yourself Creative Lamp Ideas


Reindeer inspired lamp. Using conventional things around the hose like bottles and a dab of creativity can create a work of art.

Photographer Transforms Iconic Landmarks with Whimsical Paper Cutouts


Rich McCor was trying to find different ways of photographing iconic London landmarks when he came up with the idea.

Brothers Grimm’s Wanderings


Kilian Schönberger‘s photo series entitled “Brothers Grimm’s Wanderings”, is inspired by the gloomy fairytales written by the Brothers Grimm.

The Glowing Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park


Image Credit Horsetail Fall, located in Yosemite National Park in California, is a seasonal waterfall that flows in the winter and early spring.

The Tree Self


Sebastian Errazuriz’s shelving unit called Bilbao receives its name from the street in Santiago, Chile, where the artist found a branch that had broken off a fallen tree.

Cinemagraph Gif series of endangered animals


Beautiful animated double exposure images created using Cinemagraph by graphic designer Said Dagdeviren.

The Red Beach in China


image credit Red Beach, located in Dawa County, Panjin, China, is famous for its landscape featuring the red plant of Suaeda salsa.

Rock sofas


Momentum  collection by Fredrikson Stallard features a series of pieces including these two sofa designs named Species 1 and Species 2.

A night on Earth


Persian Gulf Spectacular photographs from NASA reveal the nocturnal beauty of the Earth seen from space.

Forests


White Carpathians, Czech Republic/Slovakia image credit . The Moss Swamp, Romania image credit . Chinese Hemlock Trail on Taipingshan, Taiwan image credit .

The power of contrast


Russian journalist Nikolai Tolstyh cuts out  paper silhouettes of animals and then poses them against colorful landscape backgrounds. A tiger’s stripes are portrayed using dried fern leaves, while a giraffe’s spots are mimicked by marigold blooms.

Norwegian architecture taken out of fairy tales


Borgund Stave Church It was built sometime between 1180 and 1250 AD with later additions and restorations.

Everyday objects mixed with simple painting turned into playful art


Adorable illustrations created using playfully vibrant colors, illustration and real-life objects by Spanish artist Jesuso Ortiz.

Lost Tracks of Time – Steam Trains Photography


American engineer and self-taught photographer Matthew Malkiewicz captures the beauty of old steam locomotives and their huge clouds of smoke in his ongoing series entitled “Lost Tracks of Time”.

Ceramic Sculptures Mimic the Appearance of Decaying Wood


Christopher David White creates ceramic sculptures that explore themes of growth and decay. Through the use of trompe l’oeil he seeks to expose the beauty that often results from decay while, at the same time, makes his viewer question their own perception of the world around them.


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