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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

The silk factory abandoned in Givet, France.

The silk factory abandoned in Givet, France.

Ann Marshall - Arte

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

spiral sphere

spiral sphere

Bee Home : Modern Beehive for Urban Beekeeping

Living in urban areas shouldn’t keep you away from your hobby of beekeeping . One of conceptual products that someday come in handy is Bee Home . It’s a modern beehive that allows individual with limited space to keep bees, even when they only know basic knowledge of beekeeping . It’s an innovative concept that enables you to not only keep one colony of bees easier but also to produce honey for yourself. You can observe and experience the life of bees while they are inside the hive as well as make contribution to the preservation of bees. Do you know that bees are responsible for pollination over 80% of wild plants? Unfortunately, we are suffering from the declining of these amazing colonies, the situation is getting worse, it would dramatically effect our nature. Most food that we eat is the result of bee’s pollination service. Designer : Raphael Klaffenböck Bee Home provides enough space for one colony of bees. The honey chamber can be used to keep the surplus honey whic

Dino Tomic's Art Looks So Real (26 pics)

Dino Tomic, also known under the pseudonym Atomiccircus creates amazing portraits that look like real photographs. His attention to detail is stunning.

Castleboro House

Castleboro House

Ocean Spiral Underwater City Features a Giant Sphere That Holds up To 5000 People

Ocean Spiral Underwater City is a future vision of Shimizu Corporation, it looks like futuristic city that you can only see in sci-fi movies. This ambitious project features a giant sphere that holds up to 5000 people and draws its energy for seabed thousands meters below. According to theguardian , this company has a great reputation of dreaming up extravagant projects, the goal here is to capitalize on infinite possibilities of the deep sea as the rise of sea levels can threaten the survival of island inhabitants. Each structure is divided into 3 sections: a sphere, pods, and spiral. The floating sphere features a diameter of 500 meters, located beneath the surface of the sea. This sphere houses residential zones, business, and hotels. This pod will be connected to 15km long spiral path that winds its way down to the dept of the ocean like 3km to 4km below the surface. The innovative technology would harvest energy resources from the seabed. Designer : Shimizu Corporation