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Alternative Trapéze Kettle by Fraser Leid


By Seth Sebastian The Trapèze Kettle by designer Fraser Leid intends to be a simpler version of the modern electric kettle, relating closely to regular stovetop kettles by incorporating higher quality materials as well as straightforward functionality and aesthetics.

Tom Baker Uses Snow Spray To Create Unbelievable Winter Scenes On Window Panes


By Seth Sebastian These snowy images, we want to bring you some positive mood! This snow window art was created using snow spray by Tom Baker from Berkshire.

A Tiny Graphite Train on Tracks Emerges from Inside a Pencil


By Flynn Matthews We’ve seen a plenty of artists working with pencil leads over the last few years, where the small dimensions of graphite are carved into tiny objects.

9,550-Year-Old Tree Was Found in Sweden is the World’s Oldest Tree


By Seth Sebastian This tree is so old; your mom remembers the day planting it on her 5th birthday. “Old Tjikko,” called after Professor Leif Kullman’s Siberian husky, is 9,500 years old.

Memory-Laden Oil Paintings of Joshua Flint


By Seth Sebastian The oil paintings of Joshua Flint look like pictures of memories when one tries too hard to access the used thoughts—worn corners, blurred faces, and transposed scenes that don’t quite make sense.

Dancers Frozen In Flour By Alexander Yakovlev


By Flynn Matthews Some of us are singing in the rain, others – dancing in flour. Alexander Yakovlev takes pictures of dancer swirling in the white stuff.

Monochromatic Photos Of Architecture Will Appeal To The Perfectionist In All Of Us


By Seth Sebastian This series called Mono Madness III celebrates all of the tiny details in beautiful architecture, flaunting clean lines, duplicate patterns and shadow play.

Excalibur Spider Pocket Time Instrument by Roger Dubuis


By Seth Sebastian Roger Dubuis has launched the Excalibur Spider Pocket Time Instrument. Roger Dubuis has chosen to claim a piece of the action, and has taken the insane quality RD101 found inside the Excalibur Quatuor 16Hz wristwatch, flipped it 90 degrees counterclockwise and re-cased it inside an enormous titanium pocket watch.

Kim Keever Drops Paint Into Water And Captures The Striking Results


By Archie Tinkerbell American artist Kim Keever‘s photographs, featuring striking abstract compositions sometimes called ‘Art Under Water’, are created by spilling pigments into a 200-gallon tank and taking the resulting explosions of various shades on camera – a method that he has been using for more than five years.

Artist Fills An Abandoned Apartment With Portraits That Pay Tribute To Its Former Residents


By Seth Sebastian Instead of observing an abandoned, soon-to-be demolished, apartment as something that has lost all hope – French street artist Matthieu Laine, aka Graffmat, has paid a moving homage to its history by filling the space with a wonderful series of portraits of its previous residents.

Fashion Photography by Alex Bramall


By crephoto Alex Bramall is a talented photographer and filmmaker who was born in 1978 in Dorset and currently based in London, England.

California Dreaming: Photos Of Hollywood’s Most Luxurious Mid-Century Modern Homes


By Flynn Matthews In her latest series California Dreaming, German photographer Stephanie Kloss takes us on a journey back in time to the California of the 50s and 60s, when the American Dream was at its pinnacle in the sunny Golden State.

Interesting Photographs Of Japan’s Most Forgotten And Abandoned Amusement Parks


By Flynn Matthews Belgium photographer Reginald Van de Velde – famous for capturing the world’s most abandoned places – lately visited Japan for the single purpose of investigating some of its forgotten recreation parks, telling: “The Land of the Rising Sun is cramped with derelict goodies, and they’re on a scale you’ve never seen before.” Taking a walk around the former Nara Dreamland, Western Village, Family Land and Big Mountain Pachinko – he gives us a fascinating glimpse into the fun that once was, and what has been left after.

Skillfully Hand-Stitched Artworks That Look Like Pencil Drawings


By Flynn Matthews If you had a pleasure to see Lauren Spark’s hand-stitched interpretation of Van Gogh’s Starry Night and the intricately sewn artworks of Chloe Giordano, then artist Lisa Smirnova should impress.

French Photographer Captures The Captivating Side Of Cities At Night


By Flynn Matthews Franck Bohbot is a French photographer whose current project Light On captures cities and their storefronts at night.

Photographer Blends Hundreds Of Photos To Create A Chaotic Over-Populated World


By Seth Sebastian With many experts prophesying that the world population will hit 11 billion by 2100, Boston-based photographer Pelle Cass‘s interesting series Selected People might be a stark warning of what’s to come.

Ikkoan Is A Fascinating Book That Shows The Beauty Of Wagashi


By Seth Sebastian Ikkoan is a stunning book created by Tokyo-based architect and creative director Ryusuke Nanki that celebrates and explores the charming beauty of wagashi – a traditional Japanese confectionary that is often served with tea.

Bold And Beautiful Vintage-Inspired Travel Illustrations By Malika Favre


By Flynn Matthews When travel company Kuoni France requested London-based French illustrator Malika Favre to help decorate its new travel brochure for 2016, she used her usual clear style – a mixture of bold minimalism with a wonderful use of positive and negative space and colour.

Sculptor Uses Dismissed Metal Objects To Create Star Wars Sculptures


By Flynn Matthews French sculptor Alain Bellino is someone who loves to source discarded metal objects, such as old cutlery and chandeliers, and refurbish them, transforming them into spectacular sculptures – mainly of skulls and animal carcasses.

China’s Biggest Ghost Town Captured In Eerie But Oddly Wonderful Series Of Images


By Flynn Matthews This photo series by photographer Raphael Olivier seizes the eeriness of Ordos, Inner Mongolia – also acknowledged as the largest Chinese “ghost town”.


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