This ingenious series of crafted illustrations was created by Jordan-based illustrator Shamekh Al-Bluwi. Shamekh sketches his fashion illustrations on paper then meticulously cut out the form of the outfits. This simple process turns the silhouette of each illustrated garment into a window, allowing things like buildings, trees and clouds to serve as color and pattern of clothing. Working with scenery he sees day to day, Shamekh is able to share not only beautiful drawings but a new way of appreciating the beauty of everyday life. I have to say, it is quite interesting to see the effect of wearing all kinds of buildings on body.
Photograph of reflection isn’t something new, however, to find these hidden world need keen eyes. Focusing mainly on rain puddles, Guido Gutiérrez Ruiz uses their natural mirroring ability to take shots which appear to contain buildings and landscapes doubled over. Take a look at below breathtaking photos and see how Ruiz described his work.
Lavender, the little purple flower is not only used as ornamental plants for garden and landscape use, but also for use as culinary herbs or commercially for the extraction of essential oils. Because of its usage, it has been widely cultivated in temperate climates area like France, England and India. The small flower itself might not as impressive as other ornamental flower, but when you see the whole lavender fields in full bloom, you might be totally speechless by the magnificent scene. Here, we have rounded up some of the most spectacular lavender-filled meadows in the world. Hope to see these scene personally one day.
Photo source: Loïc Lagarde
If you are die-hard fans of “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit”, you probably have heard and seen the hobbiton movie set, a small agricultural town in the Waikato region of New Zealand. Since filming, it was turned into a spectacular permanent attraction that’s complete with 44 unique Hobbit holes, a double arched bridge, and The Green Dragon Inn and Bar. The whole tour starts with a picturesque 1,250-acre sheep farm and pass through the 12-acre site that’s home to Hobbiton. You can even dine at the specially-recreated Green Dragon Bar on traditional Hobbit fare and craft beer. Sounds pretty amazing right? Even you are not that crazy about the movie, considering how gorgeous below photos look, it is still a great place to visit.