Ever get that creepy feeling that a hundred set of eyes are watching you? Thanks to Sophie Cave, this nightmare has turned into a reality!
One year ago, We once introduced Carl Warner’s fairyland made by vegetable. And today, we will present you his new scape works. Except those amazing foodscapes (fishscape, sugarscape, breadscape, cheesescape…), you can also see scape made by clothing, kitchenware, and shoes…It is truly impressive to see those scape work and can see more of than on Carl’s website.
foodscape of london skyline. some of london’s memorable sights, all constructed entirely of fruit & vegetables. in the foreground the river Thames.
This cave is made of various sugars etc
Easter is there… Let’s do something routine…talking about eggs. In this post, we will present you with 14 Innovative Egg-shape inspired product designs. For some reason egg shaped objects induce an autonomic “awwww” response in my brain. They are always cute but the products in this post are more than just meet the eye.
Egg Shaped House for your Backyard [link]
Belgian architectural firm dmvA designed ‘blob VB3’, a mobile unit for the office of xfactoragencies as an extension to the ‘house’. the space – egg house consists of a bathroom, kitchen, lighting, a bed and several niches for storage. the nose can be opened automatically and functions as a kind of porch. it easily transportable and can also be used as an office, guestroom or garden house.
I love macro pictures and have been keeping collecting those kind of images. However,when I saw below photos by Miroslaw Swietek, I was totally shocked. I never thought those insects can be that beautiful and glittering, like creatures from another planet as dew gathers on their sleeping bodies.
This month looks like it has been encrusted in diamonds as it rests on a twig
These remarkable photographs were taken by physiotherapist Miroslaw Swietek at around 3am to capture the insects while they are less active in a forest near his home. Using a torch, the 37-year-old amateur photographer hunts out the motionless bugs in the darkness before setting up his camera and flash just millimeters from them.
Droplets of water bead on the head of this blue dragonfly as it slumbers on a leaf