Using the logos of a whole bunch of brands and making them come together as stunning mosaic portraits, Charis Tsevis, created this amazing project for Clear Channel, one of the world's leading outdoor advertising companies
Choi and Shine want to transform how utility structures are built. Their “Land of Giants™” design, proposed in 2008, sees electrical pylons as human-shaped statues decorating the Icelandic countryside. Architects Jin Choi and Thomas Shine are the minds behind this skunkworks, experimental design studio.
The Mirror Houses are a pair of holiday homes, set in the marvellous surroundings of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, amidst a beautiful scenery of appletrees, just outside the city of Bolzano. They were designed by Peter Pichler Architecture.
The best small towns provide beautiful locales that inspire both creativity and activity. Check out the 25 most picturesque small towns that would definitely breathe back life to your travel and inspiration for your photos.
Apreciem estas fantásticas imagens das criações deste ano do Festival Internacional da Neve e do Gelo.
The Canadian Journalists for Free Expression are on the outlook for ways to tell the public and the press about the atrocities journalists in many countries face. They cover stories about reporters being abducted, killed, and intimidated globally. In a recent blitz, the CJFE illustrated the conflict between guns and
Time Slice is an Richard Silver that explores how iconic buildings and monuments change in appearance from day into night. shoots some 36 photos at intervals over several hours and then layers them into a final composition. The result is amazing! Take a look! series of photographs by
Promotional event held at Rossio, Lisbon square, July 18, 2014.
We believe that smart ideas can make the city a better place. As this "dancing light" that makes people wait and see, rather than through a red light.
For greater security for all.
The Sardine collection by Bordallo Pinheiro results from a collaboration between the Earthenware Factory of Caldas da Rainha, founded in 1884 by Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro, and EGEAC/Municipality of Lisbon, which has been organising, since 2011, the Sardines competition within the Lisbon Festivities. This initiative, open to all participants, has resulted in a remarkable number of creative proposals, from which we chose those that make up this collection. Having started with 22 different models (21 originating from the competition, plus the original Bordallo sardine), its composition will be reviewed annually, with the introduction of new creative proposals and the discontinuation of others. Each year is therefore an unrepeatable opportunity to acquire some of these models. Additionally, special limited editions will be created in collaboration with international designers.
A mural by Belgian artist ROA decorates a wall in the surrounding area of the village of Erriadh, on the Tunisian island of Djerba, on August 6, 2014, as part of the artistic project “Djerbahood”. Artists from 34 diffrents nationalities were invited by France-based Tunisian artist Mehdi Ben Cheikh to take part in an initiative to turn Djerba’s Erriadh district into an “open sky museum”. (Photo by Joel Saget/AFP Photo)
Arizona based designer Kate Brown created a unique contemporary lounge chair called Etazin that embodies functionality, aesthetics and high quality performance.
The structure of the chair, except for the soft part, was made of steel. This way, designer Kate Brown combined a lounge chair and a hammock in this alternative shape. The chair itself rotates at 360 degrees. The cushions are removable. It easily accommodates two people, and it’s very good for relaxing in the back yard.
Japanese designer of shoes and bags Masaya Kushino is the owner of his own brand that is promoted not only in his native country but also in Europe and North America.
The new series of Masaya Kushino is called Jakuchu and symbolizes the transformation of a nestling in a beautiful bird with a luxurious feather assembly. The series is called that way after the Japanese painter of the eighteenth century, whose name was Jakuchu Ito.
Published once a year, the Monocle mag a list of the "Top 25 Most Liveable Cities", based on the quality of life of each city. The hype around Copenhagen I have already noticed last year, I was also only just there and can also confirm that all complete. I just counted times, 17 of the 25 cities on this list I have to know her (if sometimes only very briefly), a few cities so still remain. I would urgently times to Japan and from Portland you can hear nothing but good, I'll keep the time in mind. Germany is actually represented in this list only 3x, Munich is located on the 8, Berlin and Hamburg on the 14 to the 20; so what is not true, Hamburg is one in each list before Munich.