If you see something is eating these beautiful ornament, don’t be too surprised, since they are meant for eating. Created by New York-based pastry chef Amber Spiegel who has taken the artistry of cookie decoration to an entirely new level, these decorative cookies so pretty that makes your feel “guilty” to consume. Covered with flawless details like gold edges, illusions of quilted surfaces, and beautiful florets, each of those cookies needs around 45 minutes to decorate. Spiegel also offers all kinds of tutorials in person or on her website for those who want to make pretty cookies as she does. Don’t miss the video at the bottom, where Spiegel will show you how to decorate the Christmas tree cookie in action.
These classic and elegant desk and pendant lamps are designed by Australia-based company Edison Light Globes for those who aren’t ready to give up Edison-style filament bulbs. The light fixtures are heavy on brass and exposed hardware, yielding steampunk style. As for the bulb itself, there are over 12 styles to choose from. E27 E14 and B22. Shapes ranging from the long tube at 280mm in length and the large round at 125mm in diameter. There are also LED version of the bulb if you want to save energy and seek for the vintage style at the same time. Quite interesting design for unique home decor.
These highly detailed egg shell sculptures are created by artist called Eggdoodler. On large ostrich egg, eggdoodler has painstakingly carved out breathtaking scenes. In his lates series “Africa”, he created three gorgeously carved animals – an elephant, a giraffe and a rhinoceros. It’s not just the animals he carved, too, but an entire safari scene, complete with trees, grass, and even the most miniscule of details in each. As mentioned by artist, these egg shell sculpture was “altered with a LOT of slow, tiny, gentle cuts” and took around 1,000 hours to complete.
“Freestyle series” is a collection of leaping dog portraits taken by German photographer Julia Christe. Those photos are taken against the simple gray background, which deliver a straight-forward, high-contrast result where the facial expression of each dog can be clearly experienced. Their body soar into the air, fur goes flying, ears wildly flap in space and tail swing in every direction. Each piece of these little detail expresses the lively personality of the animals. Not sure how the photographer make dog jump like that, just hope they enjoy the process of photo shooting.