Chinese artist Bovey Lee continues to amaze us by her incredible detailed paper cutting art. She meticulously cuts intricate scenes of plants, roads, people, and architecture on those arge thin sheets of Chinese rice paper. It is quite impressive to look at the detailed photos of Lee’s paper cut and make you wonder how she can create that intricate scenes on the easily broken paper. Bovey Lee’s work is rooted in her traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy training combined with modern computer technology and her own innovations. As Lee says “When I cut paper, it is a visceral reaction and natural response to my affection for precision, detail, and subtlety.”
Bovey Lee’s website
During the hot, hazy days of summer, one of the most refreshing ways to beat the heat is kicking back with a cold beverage, such as a chilling wine/beer. To make sure you can enjoy your cold beverage, there are many cool wine chiller on the markets. Some of them might just a stylish ice bucket, some of them are electrics and some of them are stainless pre-frozen drop/stick. Take a look find your favorite one and hope you can enjoy your chilling wine in this summer.
You’re having a party, a holiday celebration, or you’re just ready for a change. You can’t commit a lot of time to this project though. That’s why your project has to be short and sweet. Here are a few ideas that won’t break the bank or your schedule.
Designed by Barcelona-based design studio In-tenta, DROP XL is a large version of the organically-shaped removable hotel room, which can be placed wherever the heart desires and the land permits. Due to its ECO design, it can be placed in a natural spot, and easily removed without any ecological damage as a consequence of its presence.