The paper fox – Digital Creation in Origami Style

Jeremy Kool is a designer and 3D animator based in Melbourne, Australia. He’s just started a new project with the working title of “The paper fox“, where he provides a whole universe of characters and landscapes similar to traditional illustration and origami. Animals and decorative elements are created in digitally but constructed in such a way as to look as if they’ve been created by paper. The world is so interesting. Some people want to make their paper craft realistic, and some people want to make their digital work paper-like. But anyway we are lucky to have those different artists who present us with various visual enjoyment. [source]

The paper fox - Digital Creation in Origami Style
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14 Simple and Chic Coaster Designs

Coasters are a great gift, an awesome way to add some color to a room or end table. Anyone who use coasters is always looking for something unique, something unusual, or just some cool designs. Well here is your sober chance to take a look at some clever and creative coaster inspiration. Hope you like them and you also can check our previous post about “15 creative and unusual coaster designs” if you want to see more cool coaster designs.

14 Simple and Chic Coaster Designs

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Spectacular Spa House in South Africa

The Spa House designed by Metropolis Design in Cape Town, South Africa, is set on the mountainside on the urban edge of Hout Bay overlooking the bay and harbor, and integrated with the beautiful landscape that surrounds it. This paradise home looks more like a luxury spa, water is an element with continuous presence in this space. The living areas were designed to allow a unique view of both the pool and the incredible surroundings. The Spa, located below the water level, has a direct view of the pool trough glass panels, providing a relaxing and mysterious effect. [source]

Spectacular Spa House in South Africa
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Smartphone Booklet: a Disposable Phone

Sometimes designers come to mind different thoughts about what awaits us in the future. Hence, designer Ilshat Garipov put pen to paper and came up with the Smartphone Booklet – a disposable phone as thin as a cardboard made possible by switching from traditional silicon to nano particles. The whole idea based on this future material – cheap compacted mix that includes a base (something like cardboard), and the “smart” nano particles that can uniting in various combinations to create computing power, microphones, speakers, displays and etc.

The Booklet unfolds like a pamphlet with each side representing a commonly used application or function. Manufacturers can cut it to any size and once it’s worn out, just recycle it. Don’t worry about private information because everything is served from a cloud. Power is supplied by, SURPRISE, the sun thanks to energy absorbing nano-particles. [source]

Smartphone Booklet: a Disposable Phone

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