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Fantastic Heel Shoes Designed By Masaya Kushino

We have featured many weird shoes design on the site, but below one from Japanese designer Masaya Kushino still make us jaw drop. These stunning shoes, decorated with baroque ornaments, fur, feathers and flowers, blurring the boundaries between footwear and impressive artwork. Among Kushino’s, you can clearly see the influence of aniaml element like bird wing, pong tail and peacock feathers. Some of them are quite pretty and elegant. However some of them probably will never on our wearing list, such as the bird leg one which we really wonder is that ever wearable. But anyway, if you are a shoe-lover, these uniquely bizarre shoes probably can fill all your unrealistic shoe imagination.

Fantastic Heel Shoes Designed By Masaya Kushino

Lip Art: Amazing Cartoon Created on Lip by Laura Jenkinson

Talented London based make-up artist Laura Jenkinson uses chin as a canvas and turns her mouth, teeth and lips into different cartoon characters such as The Cookie Monster, Shrek and Taz the Tasmanian Devil. She uses lipstick and other professional tools to create all sorts of cute characters on her face, turning her own lips into theirs. You can find more of Laura’s work on her blog or Instagram.

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Lip Art: Amazing Cartoon Created on Lip by Laura Jenkinson

Cloud City: Heavily-detailed Paper Sculpture

Inspired by the Moroccan arches and architecture, New York-based paper artists Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft from Makerie Studio carved and sculpted this alluringly beautiful place called “Cloud City”. These weightless-looking buildings are made out of iridescent paper and each has something inside, such as a fountain, a flowering tree, and more, which adds to the story and mystique of this floating city. Such a fantastic work!

Cloud City: Heavily-detailed Paper Sculpture

8 Stylish and Functional Wine Decanters

Decanting is simply transferring the wine from the bottle to another container in order to remove sediment. Another reason for decanting wine is to aerate it, or allow it to “breathe”. The decanter is meant to mimic the effects of swirling the wine glass to stimulate the oxidation processes which trigger the release of more aroma compounds. In these days, more and more wine lovers will practice decanting at home, which affords a great way for friends and family to increase their enjoyment of a wine. Here, we rounded up 8 Stylish and Functional Wine Decanters, which are not only offer you nicer taste of wine and better looking on the table.

8 Stylish and Functional Wine Decanters

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