Baby spent most of their time on sleeping. Do they have dreams or they just rest peacefully? Queenie Liao, a free-lance artist and mother of three boys living in California, give us her own take on this question by illustrating her child Wengenn dreams of during his sleep. Combining artistry and imagination, Liao created storybook-like scenes by surrounding her sleeping son with stuffed animals, toys, blankets and other common household materials. There are more creative photos that depict little Wengenn’s dream adventure which you can find on wengenninwonderland.com.
New York artist or beadist Jan Huling is known for her diverse bead-work. She can transform just about any object, such as dolls, toys or statues, into a dreamy piece of ornamental luxury. This process completely alters the original object, covering them with beautiful bead-work designs and allowing us to see them as pure form without their usual connotations. Check more Huling’s work on her website.
Designed by Studio Cheha in Tel Aviv, Israel, Bulbing is an innovative LED lamp that tricks your eye and challenges your mind! By using 3D wire-frame images and transferring them onto 2D materials, designer successfully create optical illusion and fool your eyes. Then what is the benifit to have those 3D looking flat lamp? According to the designer, “What appears to be 3D is in fact 2D making it functional and helping you to SAVE SPACE. And You can surprise friends and family with the element of OPTICAL ILLUSION!”
With all that money, it’s no wonder celebrities have some amazing homes. Here’s a little look at some of the most spectacular celebrity houses.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Beautiful wooden flooring, comfy sofas, high ceilings, and amazing art. You’d expect the house of these two to be spectacular and the simple, yet traditional style is just that. The interior design is perfect for this kind of building and the huge garden with swimming pool isn’t bad either.
You might not manage the pool but you can get some of the look with beautiful real wood floors (try Easy Step Flooring), a trip to your local gallery and lots of comfy seating.