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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Alexander Sheversky - Arte

Recojo una muestra de las obras del " Alexander Sheversky ", si te gustan y quieres ver más pásate por su web.

19 Reasons Why Pants SUCK!!!

Pants are experts at pointing out all of your terrible body problems. Jeans are forever shrinking in the wash. Pants are like jail cells for your legs. When you gain... The post 19 Reasons Why Pants SUCK!!! appeared first on Seriously, For Real? .

Rising Moon by Daydreamers Design

Daydreamers Design have created Rising Moon, a temporary pavilion made using recycled plastic bottles for the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. Description Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition in May 2013. For over hundreds of years, it is the Chinese’s tradition to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, to be gathered under the full moon once a year with family and friends, a symbol of Reunion. With such tradition and folklore, the Moon has always been the main focus during Mid-Autumn Festival as it become brighter, bigger in size and a perfect circ

Martin Freeman's Middle Finger (20 pics)

Martin Freeman (Bilbo Baggins in Hobbit) loves to show his middle finger.

The Cool Infographics Book is Now Available! #coolinfobook

The Cool Infographics Book is Now Available! #coolinfobook

Storm Cottage by Fearon Hay Architects

Fearon Hay Architects have designed the Storm Cottage located on Great Barrier Island, New Zealand. Description Located on the east coast of Great Barrier Island – a black rough sawn timber box sits looking north to the sea. The dark exterior palette is completed with a layer of perforated metal screens. This operable layer allows the moderation of light / air and protection both when occupied and alone. Internally walls and floors are clad with oiled oak boards that provide a warm counter to its robust exterior. The programme provides for a pair of symmetrical bedrooms and ensuites set about a central living space. Care has been made to limit the scale of the building and maintain a sense of ‘cottage’. The building is off the grid, powered by solar panels independent systems for water collection and treatment. This is a retreat that provides shelter, warmth and comfort to engage with the wilderness and isolation of the remote setting. Architect: Fearon Hay Architec