Inspired by Polish artist Przemek Krawczński who carves lamp head out of gourds, artist Vainius Kubilius carefully crafts coconut shell that project visually exciting and exotic patterns of light on adjacent walls, ceiling, and floor. The whole lamp is created from coconut, suede, and cork. Those unusual material give each lamp an almost snake-like appearance. To create the head of lamp, Krawczński need to drill thousands of holes on the coconut to allow the light to spill out in a variety of intricately formed patterns. After careful shaving, waxing, and drilling, the coconut head shines like some sort of jewel. Click here if you want to buy these unusual handcraft lamp, although $200 price isn’t that cheap for a one head lamp.
What is better than using music to add ambiance to the space? Play music with appropriate lighting! 3-in-1 Yantouch Diamond Bluetooth Speaker meet that request with its ability to play tunes as well as change the color of its glow. Looks like a small sculpture you place at home as decoration, this device is actually quite powerful. 300% Sound boost and uses a world-leading N-class 2.1 speaker system. Moreover, it has 16 million beautiful colors to sync with your favorite music and provide you a portable light show. Besides, it also has sweat “natural sleep” and “natural wake” functions. The Sunset simulator will gradually dimming lighting and playing music to help you fall asleep easily and the Sunrise simulator silently to bring you from deep sleep to shallow sleep in 30 minutes, then wake you with natural canaries singing. [buy on amazon]
Embedded with real leaves, flowers, tree parts and shells, these beautiful hand-crafted jewelry are made by artist Sarah Smith in Coos Bay, Oregon. These elegant jewelry with fragments of nature are embedded within transparent resin, allowing you to carry a bit of natural beauty with you at all times. Each piece is created entirely by hand – from design to prepare embedded parts to pour of resin, curing, and then shaping, the whole process is time-consuming and each trinket can take up to 3 weeks to complete. These transparent jewelry comes in different color and embedded fragments and each one is entirely individual and the artist has a range of earrings, pendants, and bangles available. Check the whole gallery on artist’s website.
Not all the photos are real, especially with the popularity of those photo editing software like Photoshop. However, some fake-looking photos might actually real, like the ones below. Some of them are the creation of our magic mother nature, some of them are the product of unexpect coincidence and some of them are works intentionally designed by artists. In any way, these photos are 100% real and even they looks like quite photoshoped.