The Camping Doughnut is a design concept created by Sungha Lim, Hyunmook Lim, and Han Kim that replaces the traditional tent with a collapsible, rearrangeable and transportable camping modular system. The tent substitute comes with two basic shapes. “I” shapes are a single, straight tube capable of housing 2 to 4 people in a pair of sleeping rooms and a living room; and the curved “C” shape Camping Doughnut offers the same accommodations, but also blocks wind on 3 sides to generate a central outdoor space for campfires and recreation. Combine two “C” shapes to create an “S” or “O” shape for additional space, privacy, and weather shielding. Moreover, due to its collapsible design, you can easily fold and fix it to the rooftop of your car for easy transportation. So no more pain of the pitching of the tents.. Happy Camping!
When we are still kids, we have always been told “Don’t play with fire”, which is definitely true. However, this rule doesn’t apply to those well trained fire dancers who can present us with incredible performance by playing with fire. It is quite amazed to see how the dangerous element becomes a mesmerizing element in those performer’s hands and mouths. In those skilled hands, the trace of fire can not only be complicated pattern but some surprising shape. Take a look at our today’s collection “15 Stunning Photos of Play with Fire” and hope you enjoy it.
Shot by Brussels-based photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte for the creative agency Norvell Jefferson in order to market Netherlands-based powdered milk producer Friesland Campina Kievit’s new creamers, this amazing photo set freezes extraordinary instants of an acrobatic dancer leaping and twirling amid dynamic clouds of powder. To acheive the marketing goal “Friesland Campina Kievit’s new sensational creamers are about to take over the world.”, a fully integrated marketing campaign was created by Norvell Jefferson. Individual particles of powder form incredible shapes around the dancer’s body as she pulls off impressive feats of balance and nimbleness. Suspended in midair, frozen in motion, the model appears as graceful and elegant as a bird spreading its wings and taking flight. Even though I am not quite sure how to those shots help to connect with the creamer powder, the photos are stunning by itself.
“Shadow of Knives“, an incredible series of carved silhouette sculptures created by Beijing-based artist Li Hongbo who intricate, precisely cut animals, humans, and skeletons rise from knives like shadows, leaving behind corresponding negative spaces in the blades. With the delicate appearance of the silhouettes belying the cold, hard metal from which they were carved, the sculptures contrast paper-thin fragility with razor-sharp toughness. The idea behind this series is to warn “human beings will eventually destroy themselves because of their gluttony and their abuse of animals.”