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Every Friday, we round up our favorite Flickr images of the week in a blogpost. If you want to see more of the selected photographers, check out their portfolio by clicking on their name.
When surfing the web, we always stumble upon beautiful things that we'd like to share with you. This time, we've collected our five favorite lamps.
Chinese artist duo Sun Yuan and Peng Yu created 'Angel', a hyperreal angel sculpture made from fiberglass, stainless steel and woven mesh.
Art director Stephen McMennamy puts photos together to create quirky images for his ongoing project 'combophoto's'.
Located in Peru, Natura Vive's Skylodge suite is a completely see-through sleeping pod that hangs off a mountain.
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein captures intricate urban patterns from above. The series, titled LANY, features vivid aerial photographs of neighborhoods in both New York City and Los Angeles.
The team of architects at OPA designed Casa Brutale, a concrete house in a cliffside. The 'chameleonic living space' consists of a swimming pool as the ceiling and a huge facade facing nothing but the sea.
Designed by French studio Atelier Décadrages, BedUp is a clever sliding bed that drops from the ceiling to save space.
Multidisciplinary artist Alex Heffesse, who goes by the pseudonym HEFF, creates artworks of contemporary life by combining fine art, function and an absurd aesthetic.
In the series 'School Selfie', Chinese photographer Sun Kai Qiang captures surreal pastel portraits of her art school.
The French design studio Lyon Beton focuses on concrete furniture. Whether it's a toilet paper holder in the shape of a cloud or a vase that looks like a pipeline, the French duo uses 100 % handmade concrete to create one-of-a-kind home accessories and furnishings with poetry and humor.
Christopher Simmonds Architects Inc. constructed a cottage that hangs over the edge of a cliff with stunning lakeviews.
Thank you all for submitting photos to our interactive Instagram project with the hashtag #ignt_colorcoding.
Zurich-based Julien L. Balmer is a self-taught professional photographer specializing in lifestyle, portrait and travel photography.
Italian illustrator Eleonora Arosio created a number of summer-themed images that explore ironic daily occurrences from a women's perspective.
Designer Ian Stell constructed the Sinan Table, which expands and constracts into different sizes. The transformable piece of furniture is made of oak slats that shift together at once.
In the project 'Was ist Metaphysik?' ('What is metaphysics?'), Florence-based designer Michele Durazzi combines architectural details and natural landscapes to create striking surreal cityscapes.
Artist Brian Kane displays art instead of advertisements on billboards in his installation 'Healing Tool'.
Because we often come across artworks that stem from the same idea but have very different outcomes, we set up our Two of a Kind series to see how two artists working with the same starting materials can transform them in their own unique way into exciting works.
Israeli photographer Idan Berdichev shot a series of ethereal images for his final project at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.