Kids are one group of people full of hope. They haven’t be trained and shaped into what society want them to be. They are full of creativity and imagination. Many people are devoted to help young kids realize the power of imagination and to encourage them to pursue their creative potential, artists from “The Monster Project” are among them. In the project, elementary school students are asked to draw a monster, without rules or restrictions. Then the finished drawings are sent to artists all across the globe so they can recreate them as 3D illustrations, animations, and paintings. After the transformation, the monsters are returned to the kids so they can see their creativity brought to life without worrying about grades or judgements. Find more about this project on its website or their Behance page.
You might use your phone’s flightlight for illumination sometimes. However, you have to admit, it shines quite bright and can only be used in emergent time. If you want to both capture and soften the light to read or create a mood when you only have phone at side, try TRAVELAMP. Molded in silicone, the lamp fits almost all smartphone sizes. Simply slip it over your smartphone’s flashlight and relax under its warm glow. Quite interesting idea. But probably no one really wants to use it as reading lamp considering the consumption of phone battery. But it is definitely something cool when you want to create certain mood in the tent. Comes with two version: lantern style (Amazon link) and lamp style (Amazon link).
“Copper Canyon Cocktail Bar” is a concept design created by the studio Tall Arquitectos who want to build a restaurant sit cliff-side and overlook the Basaseachic Falls of Mexico. According to the studio, the bar comprises two levels, with the first floor featuring a bar and dining area where tables are positioned near and around the perimeter to ensure unforgettable views during the meal. It is worth mentioning, part of its flooring is glass, which allows guests to see valley below. The second level – observation deck is more relaxed and features tables, chairs, couches and a pool. Food, drinks, swimming and spectular view, what can be more relaxing and enjoying than that.
What you can do if you want to decorate the exterior house with plants but don’t want to have vine crawling everywhere? OA: Lab did something smart and unconventional when design a dwelling in Seoul, Korea. They ingeniously integrated nature into the structure’s façade – making plant pots embedded exterior wall. Generally, they use glass fiber reinforced concrete to form a series of bulbous, tear-drop shaped pocket panels. Each pocket features a wide opening—which allows the flowers to flourish—that then tapers to a triangular point. A variety of blooms can be planted in these panels, and their neutral coloring is a gorgeous contrast to natural green, pink, and purple plants.