It all started from one day, Mark Van, the boyfriend laid out the breakfash made by Michael Zee and found it was pefectly symmetrical. Mark took a photo and posted it online which attracted a smattering of comments from friends who thought it was cute. So Zee, an educational officer at a museum, kept it up for the next few months – arranging their breakfasts to match and posting the images on their Instagram account symmetrybreakfast which has more than 450k followers today.
When looking at these unbelievable pretty breakfast, you might wonder how much time Zee need to make something like this everyday? Zee said, “it wasn’t crazy or obsessive. It is just a declaration of love, really. I’m dedicated – both to breakfast and to Mark.” Zee continued, “I get up really, really early, If something takes more than 30 minutes to make, such as a sourdough, I do it the night before.” Till now, Zee hasn’t missed a day in a year to make the loving breakfast for Mark. Get bored of your ordinary breakfast? Do check their symmetrybreakfast Instagram page to get some ideas. Maybe, at least made one closing breakfast on the coming Valentine Day for your partner?
Photographer and art director Tatsuya Tanaka has a fascination with all things tiny and in his popular project “Miniature Calendar”, Tatsuya has been stretching his imagination to its limits and created lots of interesting scenes with his tiny people and everyday objects. In his miniature world, barcode becomes jail, a circuit board becomes rice paddy field, brush becomes meadow and pencil lead becomes bullet track in Matrix. Those photos can easily invoke a smile or chuckle as you get the joke and meanwhile make you admire Tanaka’s breadth of creativity. Below are some of your favorites and you can find more on Tanaka’s Instagram page. If you really like Tanaka’s work, you can buy Tanaka’s book “Miniature Life” from amazon.
The Moon is Earth’s only natural satellite, which always glows at night and shines in our lives. There are so many beautiful words used to describe the moon and for sure and many moon inspired designs. Beloved by fashion designers, especially jewelry designers, moon shaped jewelries are quite common. Today, however, we want to present you some households in moon shaped – glass, lamp, pillow, clock and even baby cradle. Let’s take a look.
Designed by ODA Architecture, this futuristic building at 303 East 44th Street Manhattan is aimed to offer residence a suburban backyard resulting in the ultimate urban fantasy. The 600-foot-tall building will have 41 floors, with the lower half of the building devoted to one- and two-bedroom apartments, and full-floor units starting on the 23rd floor. Five of the outdoor private gardens are separated by two floors each, and those apartments have about 2,800 square feet of space, while the garden measures 1,400 square feet. When comes to the concern of wind and sunlight of garden, the designer said, “The expansive height of the space will permit a suffusion of sunlight throughout. The central core and perimeter design will dramatically reduce the wind load without sacrificing the 360-degree view.”