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Heesoo Lee, an artist from Montana, creates these gorgeous ceramic vases that resemble seasonal woodlands by hand. She's also an experienced painter, which explains how she's able to create stunning pieces that honestly look like 3D landscape paintings. Lee's technique includes layering clay pieces on top of each other until the desired composition is...
If you’re a plant person, have your own mini garden (or a big one!), have flowers in every room, we have a very interesting proposition for you. The Dolphin Succulent is a cross between a hot dog cactus and a string of pearls and it brings out the best of both, because so you literally get a...
Benjamin Von Wong loves documenting his intrepid adventures with epic photography. His hyper-realistic art style has captured the hearts and minds of viewers with a fusion of special effects and innovative concepts specifically designed to go viral and drive conversation. Benjamin's background in engineering gives him a unique edge for creative problem solving. His...
Many people have seen chameleons before, but only a few people have seen baby chameleons. Chameleons are very unique type of animals. They don’t have ears but are still capable of detecting sounds that are within frequencies 200-600Hz. The reptiles are capable of projecting their extensive tongues to reach their prey which may be some distance away from them. Their tongues move...
If you are nature lover and love to spend days outside, you know how far a good goes. It’s not just a place to sleep when you’re in the woods - it also provides you with shelter from unpredictable rain, wind and animals while you enjoy the landscape. Tentsile Universe Tent is unlike any...
The Oman Botanic Garden, located in Muscat, will become the World’s largest ecological oasis. This ground-breaking project is a result of joined forces between Grimshaw Architects, Arup engineering and Haley Sharpe design. The location of the object is excellent, since it’s one of the few locations in the world from where you can observe the ancient sea bed. It is 35 kilometers...
If you happen to be walking around the hills near Mexico City, you might stumble upon this unusual sight: a remarkable peanut-shaped home designed by leading bioarchitect Javier Senosiain. The Mexican architect is well-known for his organic architecture – to date he has built houses inspired by the shape of a snake, a shark, a flower and a mushroom. “The straight line...
Meet Kanat Nurtazin, an artist that loves creating drawings by cutting fallen leaves. She started her project “100 Methods of Drawing” five years ago to showcase her unbelievable talent. Life cutting art is one of her favorites because she is able to express herself beyond her imagination. The fact that she can create amazing art from a...
The wonderful smell of flowers, the sound of birds singing and great sunny weather are the first signs of spring. But how do people celebrate this gorgeous time of the year? Spring is a cherished part of life globally and here are some traditions from a few corners of the world. Nothing says spring like color, so...
Architecture and design firm Snøhetta has completed the construction of Under, the first underwater restaurant in Europe. Located in the remote village of Båly, Norway, the half-sunken resto is fronted by enormous panoramic window that gives guests a “unique view” of marine life. The building can seat up to 40 people and will also serve as...

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