When talking about the mega yacht, the first impression comes into your mind might be something related to floating hotels with traditional luxurious interiors. However, Hareide Design, the award-winning studio thinks we should switch our focus from extrovert admiration, to creating a platform for people can better enjoy the natural surroundings. Get the name from its classic 108 m mono hull design, the 108M mega yacht concept features an elevated dining and viewing area, a tranquil garden surrounding a 20 m pool and a seamless transition to the water at the stern. The multi-functional space of the grand hall also provides a number of spectacular views for people to experience the beauty of the nature. Moreover, this hybrid yacht equips with 300 square meters of high efficiency solar panels which can provides the ship with enough power for slow cruising along quiet shorelines. For longer distance and higher speed, it can be switched to the option for diesel-electric propulsion. Overall, this yacht looks fantastic. However, I do have a concern, due to its open stern design, how the yacht will handle the flooding water during storm?
A bit down on Thursday? No problem, take a look at below funny illustration created by Algerian illustrator Ta7rich who smartly shows us if everyday object can talk what they would say. It is quite interesting to see a corn becomes a popcorn during sunbathing on beach, an ipad begs for power on street or how rainbows are born. And there are more crazy imagination in Ta7rich’s mind. If you want to know more, check the collection below or head over to Ta7rich’s behance page. You won’t regret!
If you ever wonder what a casual day of hedgehog looks like, I can ensure you it will never looks like what photographer Elena Eremina created below. However, I have to admit, that series are really adorable and all the hedgehog in there just like human – they take bath in tub, wash clothes by hand, play chess, cook food or make some artwork. Of course, these are not real. Most of them are digitally edited by St. Petersburg-based photographer Elena Eremina. Although Elena didn’t mention how she get those photos done, we guess is she took photos of hedgehog and placed them in those playful miniature setting. Anyway, let’s take a break and check those cute hedgehogs.
Alfred Basha, the Italy based artist has many inspiring illustration work and in his latest series he tries to merger animals with nature. With black-inked pen, he created some poetic illustrations where trees sprout into the silhouettes of animals such as deer, fox, squirrel and so on. During an interview, Basha mentioned, “Subjects of my illustrations are based on the animal world and human being, poetically transformed into mutant creatures riding towards a surrealistic space. Nature was my kindergarten, as you’ll see.”