Located in one of the finest Melbourne’s suburbs, this 4-bedroom house will satisfy your request of luxury and coziness at one time. The picturesque lush garden and beautiful environment is connected almost every room of the house due to the large windows. The transparency creates a seamless transition between the environments, making the inhabitants explore the best of both, home and nature. he breezy indoor and the uncluttered atmosphere creates the perfect nest to keep the stress away. A wonderful roof-top terrace offers the most amazing views over the site. Really love the window in kitchen area and bathroom, so connected to the nature.
There are over 100 little cast-bronze sculptures located at the 14th Street and 8th Avenue station in NYC. This project is called “Life Underground” and was started by artist Tom Otterness back in 2002. However, he probably could never have imagined how popular it would become. The whole installation project took 10 years to complete and the artist ended up making four times the amount of work he was originally commissioned to create.
Looking for a cool iPad case that not only protects it from scratch but also doubles as a writing stand with built-in keyboard? Rollback is your answer. On the go, Rollback’s felt sleeve keeps both iPad and keyboard under cover, safe from dirt and debris. However, when the iPad is removed, the cover rolls back to form an instant stand and the integrated keyboard makes all your typing tasks easy. Right now, this clear iPad case is up on Quirky and not sure when it will go into production. It does look good and seems like a great accessory for iPad.
25-year-old illustrator and graphic designer Guusan recently “found” a new species of butterfly – Typographic Butterfly and “made” below intriguing specimens of them. Those butterflies are really special which won’t flutter away when you approach them, since they are actually formed out of select typefaces including Helvetica, Futura and Time New Roman. Various letters are arranged to form the colorful body, wings, and antennae of the delicate creatures. “I imagined different fonts as butterflies and then created a specimen book based on that,” said the designer in a statement.