These gorgeous ice crystals inside frozen bubble is created by Hope Carter on her front porch or back deck. To create it, Carter need to wait for right conditions: 10-15 degrees Fahrenheit and no wind, and then she’ll blow a bubble. As she told us, “The ice crystals start forming immediately after the bubble is blown. You must get back to your camera and focus in on where the crystals start forming in the bubble. Typically, this all happens anywhere from 30 seconds to two minutes before the entire bubble is frozen over. Temperature is the ultimate determining factor – the colder it is, the faster the process.”
Six years ago, artist Vlad Artazov presented world with his interesting “Nail Art” series which creates unusually emotional sculptures using nail. Today, Oslo-based blacksmith and photographer Tobbe Malm tries to do the same thing with old farm bolts. These bolts had been lying there for a long time and they might well have continued to lie there until they had rusted away and returned to their original mineral form. Malm immediately recognized the wide caps and slender stems as having humanistic qualities so he gathered them up and proceeded to heat, forge, twist and bend them into shape in his studio. By doing this, Malm successfully gave these old bolt some human emotions: sorrow, joy, pain, warmth and humour. Check the whole collection “Bolt poetry” on his behance page.
If you like our Crochet Hats collection, you probably will love this scarves collection as well where we would like to show you some of the best scarves we’ve seen that will help you complete your kit of warm and creative winter accessories! From the cockatoo to fox, from cupcake to egg and bacon, these creative and unusual scarves will not only protect your from sore throat and are promised to get tons of attention on street for you.
1. Cockatoo Scarf
Designed by Eindhoven design studio Mieke Meijer, Objet élevé is an installation in three parts that functions as a connection between two floors while also offering space to work, collect and store. From below photos you can see, Objet élevé is a desk, a stair and a shelf system at the same time. Such an creative way to transforms the stair area into something more functional. However, how much practical usage of this design you think? Do you have to have it in your home?