Mosques throughout the Muslim world have some of the most intricate and exquisite architecture ever created by mankind. There’s too much amazing architecture in them to cover in just one post, so we decided to focus simply on mosque’s ceilings – something the faithful might see when they look up to the heavens. These images show just how heavily mathematics and geometry featured into Islamic architecture in the Arab world and elsewhere. The repeating perfect spirals and geometric forms are reminiscent of the intricate mandalas found in Buddhist art as well. Iran is known for its extraordinary collection of stunning mosques, which we wrote about here , but there are beautiful mosques elsewhere as well. We’d love to see your photos of amazing mosque ceilings submitted below and invite you to vote for your favorites!
These salt and pepper containers look like Pokemon balls waiting to be rolled on the table. Designed by Bilal Khan, it looks like the main theme for this project is playful object on dining table, I mean, just look at them, it’s hard not to imagine Poke balls. Designer : Bilal Khan Tuvie has received “Salt and Pepper Containers” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication. Salt and Pepper Containers by Bilal Khan is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design
When you think about it, there’s a whole lot that you can do with your hair that most of us never come close to trying. These are some of the craziest and most creative haircuts we found online. You can vote for your favorite weird haircuts to rank them or submit others that you think we should see. And bonus points if you have a picture of yourself with one of these haircuts!
Ryan Hunt, a semi-professional surfer in Australia. He recently went out on the ocean to his some waves but instead a shark ended up hitting him. Ryan got away but not before the shark took a bite out of him.
A selfie is probably the most popular type of photography of modern times. These days everyone has a camera in their pocket and a quick snapshot of oneself is made each day in uncountable amounts. The photographic technology we have today makes it very easy for us to snap an image of ourselves and share it with the world by just pressing a button. Things were not as easy and fast at the very beginning, when a camera obscura was used to take first photos ever. Ignas Kutavicius is a photo artist that experiments with making various pinhole cameras and has built a head mounted pinhole selfie camera. By mixing modern culture with the oldest photographic technology the result is a fun reflection of what selfies could of looked like at the beginning of the history of photography. More info: ignasphoto.com Pinhole selfie camera