Alexa Meade creates incredible paintings using real people as her canvas.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010
I have to say, some guys do have patience and talents that enable them to make
something incredible and amazing. I kindly still remember the amazed mood when I wrote a post about Woot! Incredible Miniature Food , while today I am going to provide you another set of masterpiece from Kim Burke. he realistically creates everything from apple pie, to sushi, to cheese wedges. The amazing part is, they all look completely realistic and would be hard to distinguish from real food if it weren’t for the giant fingers in the photos. You can find more of her work at flickr and I am really starving by looking at these delicious food…
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Monday, November 15, 2010
It's hard to get the perfect refrigerator for students. Although living in the same dorm, everyone wants a single space and the number of the students in every dorm is not the same. This brilliant design from the Electrolux Design Lab competition 2008 gives us a great solution. Designer: Stefan Buchberger.
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This refrigerator design concept is more weird than it is beautiful. Its midsection is like the trunk of a tree, and it has five container/cabinets arrayed around it that resemble tree branches. Push a foot switch and the motorized main section opens.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Google's August 29th logo celebrated Michael Jackson's birthday a couple of months after his death. The two Os in Google were replaced with two feet, en pointe, wearing patent leather shoes and shiny white socks below slightly-too-short trousers.
Google's Doodle for world cup 2010 final with the 3 most important elements of that day: Spain, Netherlands and Octopus Paul.
On Friday, 21 May 2010, on the 30th anniversary of the arcade game Pac-Man, Google unveiled worldwide their first interactive logo. Anyone who visited Google could play Pac-Man on the logo, which featured the letters of the word 'Google' on the Pac-Man maze. The logo also mimicked the sounds the original arcade game made. The "I'm Feeling Lucky" button was replaced with an "Insert Coin" button. Pressing this once enabled you to play the Pac-Man logo. Pressing it once more added a second player, Ms. Pac-Man, enabling 2 players to play at once, controlled using the W,A,S,D keys, instead of the arrows as used by Player 1. Pressing it for a third time performed an "I'm Feeling Lucky" search. It was then removed on Sunday, May 23, 2010, initially replacing Pac-Man with the normal logo. Later on that day, Google released a permanent Google Pac-Man site, due to the popular user demand for the playable logo.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Im sure when you read this will make you giggle like a baby too...hehe soooo cute!
There's no denying that babies love breasts almost as much as adult men, this shirt helps remind people of the bountiful bosom's most critical role. It's also a great way for breast-feeding advocates to make a point without having to remove their shirt in public.
Monday, November 8, 2010
New York City artists, Chadwick Gray and Laura Spector (), currently residing in Chiang Mai, Thailand. After receiving permission from museums around the world, the artists look for an elaborate painting that will cover Chadwick’s body. So, the result is this confusing body painting!
Today I'll show you a beautiful and creative fishbowl designs for table decorations at your home.
Creative Fishbowl Design ~ Portable Fishbowl:
Creatice Fishbowl Design ~ 19th Century Fishbowl:
An interesting pairing of birdcage with fishbowl. The bird can rise up in the bubble inside the fishbowl creating an illusion that the bird is in the bowl with the fish.
Creative Fishbowl Design ~ Fish Shaped Fishbowl:
A creative way to display your fish.
Friday, November 5, 2010
For me, shoelaces is just to tight my shoe. No more!
At first glance these colorful pictures might look just like regular paintings – but closer inspection reveals the incredibly detailed artwork is in fact made from shoelaces. These incredible pictures are made by Federico Uribe via thousands of colored thousands shoelaces.
Remembered when I was a child, my father defended many chickens in backyard. He built a small chicken coop and it is my job to feed them everyday!
Chickens aren’t cuddly. They won’t sit in your lap (or at least I wouldn’t try). But, they’re reliable, produce eggs for food and are actually sometimes quite good pets. And with all the talk of chickens being kept as pets in urban areas, I decided to write a post about some creative chicken coop designs. Maybe you can try this too.
Creative Chicken Coop Design ~ Omlet Eglu Classic [link]
Eglu Classic is designed the town garden, the first time chicken owner, the family and the eco-savvy individual. The eglu has wooden perching bars and a generous nesting box for egg laying – all the practical features that your chickens need. As well as this come thoughtful extras such as the modern twin walled insulation and draught free ventilation that keeps your chickens warm in winter and cool in the summer.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
This one is sure to make you feel like a circus knife-thrower in your own kitchen.
Hand carved by Irene van Gestel, this solid lime-wood knife block shaped like a head would be a cool addition to any kitchen.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
What animal has inspired as much dread, as many legends, indeed, as much revulsion and terror as the snake? Honestly, I am always scared of this type of animal, deadly and cold. I don’t know how Guido Mocafico put those snakes together and shot those stunning photos. And if you like those photos, you can find more on Guido’s website (here and here ) or buy his book about these photos on amazon.
Monday, November 1, 2010
Bridges are a crucial architectural structure, but oftentimes they only serve one purpose – linking one landmass to another. Not so with firm Planning Korea’s vision for a new multi-level, multi-use, greenery filled bridge for Seoul.