Monthly Archive: May 2014

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Decorating a la Tunisian!

Tunisia is a country on the African coast of the Mediterranean Sea and one of the under-appreciated tourist destinations of the world. Although African, it was part of the Roman Empire and has absorbed...

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Photo-realistic Illustrations by Karla Mialynne

Using various pencils, pens, watercolors, and inks, New York based artist Karla Mialynne draws amazing hyper realistic illustrations that make you have wonder whether you’re looking at a photo or a painting. The rich...

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8 Cool and Unique Baby Gadgets

We love our babies, and we want to give them the best. However, there are too many baby products on the market to choose from. If you google online, you probably will find many...

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Skit: Micro Home Designed for One Person Usage

Created by Dachi Papuashvili, Skit is a new micro home project designated for one person usage. In Papuashvili’s mind, Skit is best used for churchmen and laymen for long term living or serve for...

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House Arc: Modular Portable Home

House Arc is an ingenious prefab system designed by Bellomo Architects of Palo Alto, CA. Designed to be flat-packed and shipped in a box that is 4x10x3 feet and easily assembled on site by...

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CookPlat: Portable Modular Induction Cooktop

CookPlat is a concept for a portable Pyrex vitroceramic cooker that uses magnetic induction technology, which reduces the energy loss made by transitional cooker. Thanks to its modularity, this cooker allows a quick and...

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Ultra Small Japanese Bonsai with Height Less Than 3CM

Bonsai is a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. While in recent years, miniaturization trend of Bonsai has been going even further. There is a new type of bonsai, called “cho-mini...

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Shoe Bakery: the Sweetest Shoes on the World

Shoes and sweets are two things loved by most women. Driven by this idea, shoe bakery decided to put them together and create the sweetest shoes on the world – shoes look like various...