Nokia FIT. Hands Free is an innovative concept phone designed by Issam Trabelsi. As a new version of hand free device, it just fits on a finger. Crafted from soft silicone and flexible rubber, the phone is waterproof and has basic functions of talking. Notifications (like incoming phone calls or unread text message) will be relayed through vibrations.
2014 looks set to be a year of interesting home décor trends. Already we are seeing a huge change in furniture trends, with honey coloured wood replacing dark wood as the furniture material du jour. Last year dark wood was still very fashionable, but designers are moving towards lighter and brighter woods such as cherry, walnut and oak, perhaps with spring in mind.
Designed by Tokyo-based artist Hikaru Cho, this playful series of painted objects is called “It’s not what it seems”. Basically, Cho use deftly applied acrylic paints to disguise some common foods to look like other foods, such as a cucumber looking banana, tangerine looking tomato and eggplant looking egg. Besides this interesting series, Hikaru Cho also created many impressive body paint work, like broken face, extra eyes and zipped chest. Below is one of example. If you find it not that disturbing, you can head over to Cho’s site where you can find out more about her work.
As our favorite underwater photographer, Alexander Semenov just released a new set of photos about marine worms, known as polychaetes. From the depths of the cold White sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier in Australia, Semenov photographed those unbelievable creatures. Some of them were collected recently and they are still unsubscribed! Honestly, some of these worms are quite pretty, just like flower; while some of them do have disturbing looking, just reminds me of those creepy sci-fi movie. Anyway, take a look at these amaizng shots and imagine there are more undiscovered terrors living in the deep.
All images © Alexander Semenov – Behance