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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Illustrations by Marco Bucci

Illustrations by Marco Bucci

Greg Leonard ( nativerepublic )“I see II” Colored pencil...

Greg Leonard ( nativerepublic ) “I see II” Colored pencil drawing. Steampunk influenced art by @nativerepublic Thank you for your submission- Submit here ​

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

Illustrations by Stoian HitrovFrom his home in the town of...

Illustrations by Stoian Hitrov From his home in the town of Troyan, Bulgaria, graphic designer Stoian Hitrov has been making his foray into the world of art. Building upon the techniques he developed throughout his five-year career in visual communication, Stoian mixes traditional and digital techniques to create layered works that explore the space between mountains and sky. Layered yet distinctively minimal, his otherworldly art evokes a sense of isolation and wonder at the vastness of the universe. Instagram  and  Twitter . Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by tu recepcja   via

Nadir Sailing Yacht : A Racer-Cruiser for Long Distance Travel

Nadir Sailing Yacht has been designed with the purpose of creating a racer-cruiser capable of long distance, sailing in comfort and style but without compromising the speed. It embodies the Italian definition of Gran Turismo that is used for cars of high performance but with great elegance and comfort. The yacht will be fast and light enough to compete in annual regattas. It presents a plumb bow and extensive outside areas for owner and guests. The deck layout has two different entrances for crew and guests, and a lounge area just forward of the cockpit. The deckhouse is very low because of the interior layout with the engine room placed aft of the main salon, which is not raised and has an interior height of 2,60 m with big windows to let the light in: there are side and top windows, plus two skylights on the main deck just above the salon. All these things help to create a flush deck, which lowers the profile and helps to maximize the vision line of the captain too. The deck is fr

Artist: Choi Xoo AngDistorted and haunting, his work reveals his...

Artist: Choi Xoo Ang Artist: Choi Xoo Ang Artist: Choi Xoo Ang Artist: Choi Xoo Ang Artist: Choi Xoo Ang Artist: Choi Xoo Ang Artist:  Choi Xoo Ang Distorted and haunting, his work reveals his deep concern for the human condition in society – and how he feels that something needs to change. Although the viewer is both repulsed and fascinated by the gut-wrenching hyperrealist sculptures of human bodies, Xoo Ang’s mastery of the art and eye for detail right down to the smallest vein is remarkable and reminds of the intricate work of Ron Mueck . As well as being hyperrealist, the artist’s work is also surrealist and is charged with existential questions. Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

Aluminum Heatsink Laptop Stand by Bryan Wong

Aluminum Heatsink Laptop Stand , this project is about a laptop stand that can reduce your laptop’s heat while improving ergonomics quietly. We spend long hours at our desks, sitting in front of our computer. Depending on work environment, you may be using a desktop or laptop. While laptop has the freedom of portability, it doesn’t support healthy ergonomics for the user, not to mention the long working hours. This common problem is easily relatable to everyone. Just by angling your laptop slightly, ergonomics are improved dramatically. It reduces pain within your wrist and neck while creating better airflow for your laptop. There’s a certain beauty within analog designed object that can’t be replaced by software, lines of codes. The beauty is simply place your laptop on the laptop stand and it’ll do the rest for you, automatically and instantly. Designer : Bryan Wong The main design approach for this project was a continuation of Bryan Wong’s previous project, Material Justice. H