The short-tailed weasel, or stoat, is an adorable little creature. When it’s in its pure white winter coat, it is called ermine. In the spring and summer, its fur is a reddish brown. Here we have collected some cute photos of ermine during winter time. When surrounded by snow, you may not notice the presence of this little creature, unless you spotted his beady black eyes and his tiny pink nose. Take a look at these adorable animals and it can make your day.
Ready to move by Jacques-Andre Dupont
Paper is one of the most popular medium among artists. Someone likes paint on it, someone like to draw on it and someone like to fold it. Just like many other paper sculpture artists, Adam Tran, origami artist and chemistry teacher folds some incredibly dinosaur with paper. His collection on Flickr is quite impressive. Besides dinosaur, you can find other works like dragons, warriors, critters and the occasional flower.
For our beloved little one, we want to give them the best we can afford. No wonder there are so many cool cribs you can find on market where our little spend most of time there. In this post, we will present you 10 Cool and Functional Cribs, which combines modern styling, functionality and playtime together. Some of them are super cool, like the jaw crib and carriage crib; some cribs are multi-functional like the tunnel crib and ALONDRA bed. For the rest of them, not matter its design, having one common feature – growing with your kids. Hence, if you happen to look for some cool cribs for your baby, this is the post for you.
1. Tunnel Crib – TUNNEL PARK [source]
Park is designed for crowded families to welcome different ages of children to play at once. While a baby plays at the top layer of the parc, toddler or preschooler can play in the tunnel below at the same time. The tunnel is removable and the top layer can be repositioned to a lower layer when the baby is big enough to sit up.
HALO is a concept house designed by a group of Swedish students from Chalmers University. It is a group of Swedish students from Chalmers University. Measuring 645 sq foot, HALO takes its name and shape from the rainbow-like optical phenomenon around the sun. Its curvy roof is made from monocrystalline silicon photovoltaic solar cells on acrylic covered with a high strength polymer. It was designed with small private rooms and large entertaining areas to shift people away from the growing trend of social isolation. HALO can accommodate 4 people who bedroom located at the both ends of the house. The middle part is the shared technical area – kitchen, bathroom and laundry room. Based on the notion that a shared house should have double the amount of communal space than usual, shared study area and dinning area are located at the large semicircle area.