Not all caterpillar can turn into beautiful butterfly, some of them will become moth and you will suprisingly find out – the cuter caterpillar is before, the more ordinary moth is after. Don’t believe me? Take a look at the 16 sets of before & after photos we collected for caterpillar and moth, you will find out yourself.
1. Acraga Coa caterpillar and Acraga Coa moth
“Coffee Art” isn’t something new in Japan. Not matter it is 3D Cute Foamy Sculptures or 2D Anime Swirl Art, those Japanese artists are really good at playing with formy milk and create stunning latte art. Today, we will introduce you another set of amazing latte art “Latte Cat”, spotted by Twitter user @dongurinekobei. These extremely-detailed cat drawings showcase subtle changes in shading, glints in the felines’ eyes, and remarkably thin whiskers, which is definitely not something you can expect from your coffee. It is just so real that you don’t even want to destory it by sipping the coffee.
People don’t love skull and skeleton only at Halloween. Actually, there are group of people who constantly love these symbol of dark fashion. Usually, skull and skeleton design are commonly used in jewelry and clothing design. While some creative industrial designers make one step further and create these awesome skull/skeleton shaped chairs. Some of them are available for purchase while some of them are more like a artwork. Such furniture probably isn’t for every interior and not every our reader, but this collection is surely worth your attention!
1. Skull Chair by Yamada Tetsuya [source]
Tokyo-based artist, Tetsuya Yamada, breathes new life into the dark face of death with his line of candy-colored skull chairs. Yamada creates oversized chairs out of an inverted skull-shaped mold of plastic and fiberglass. Each chair is 90 cm x 120 cm and engraved with the artist’s iconic logo.
Designed by a local studio “house design“, this playful industrial feeling home breaks the rules of traditional taiwanese apartment and successfully integrates the dwelling’s various spaces. Instead of using a dinning chair, a massive island is employed to let homeowner prepare food and have meal. Sitting atop a bright yellow base and surrounding by a collection of different types of industrial chairs, the grey island easily becomes a focal point of the room. There is a office/study area behind the folding wood doors close to the glass cabinet, to give user some separation if they want. Cool plumbing pipes systems are used to divide the space and holding stuff. Things like clock, plant, mirror and TV are smartly installed around the pipes. There is even a padded seat placed on the pipes so you can sit on to take off shoes. The large glass cabinet in the hallway is used to hold and display owner’s collectibles and it also lets light pass through to the hall. There are also a lot to mention in the apartment, such as vertical wooden slats in bedroom, chalkboard wall at the hallway and wood-like titles in bathroom. Take a look at the photos below and tell us how do you like it?