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Bodypaint Installation by Emma Hack Emma Hack (born 1972) is an...

Bodypaint Installation by Emma Hack Emma Hack  (born 1972) is an Australian artist working in the unique medium of body paint installation and photography. Exhibiting extensively throughout Australia since 1999, Emma’s astounding artworks have since captured the attention of collectors and art lovers worldwide.  Emma has received great acclaim for her refined body paint camouflage technique; her work evokes a rich array of visual narrative and magical realism. Her Facebook  and Twitter  . Our blog is on many platforms - keep up with us on FB , Twitter , and Instagram . posted by Margaret  

homelimag: Shelton Residence by El Dorado Inc from Homeli.co.uk...

homelimag : Shelton Residence by El Dorado Inc from Homeli.co.uk ~ { Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr }

Illustrations by Natalie Foss Natalie Foss is a Norwegian...

Illustrations by Natalie Foss Natalie Foss is a Norwegian freelance illustrator based in Oslo. She works in different fields, primarily with colored pencils, focusing on strong colors, portraits, and emotions. “ Created with only color pencils and colored paper, the drawings are both intensely simple and full of melancholic detail. ” - Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Follow her on Facebook and buy prints. View similar posts  | selected by tu recepcja

The Fastest Men in the Olympics Since 1896

The Fastest Men in the Olympics Since 1896

Shibusa Bike Features Interchangeable Components to Suit Rider’s Needs

Elvin Chu, an industrial designer at Atlanta’s Georgia Tech University, has come up with innovative project: Shibusa. It’s an electric bike that features modular components. As population in the city continues to grow, transportation starts to become a big issue, even though city dwellers don’t usually need cars, they don’t really enjoy walking. This bike offers a hybrid solution to make the appeal of traditional bike intact while offering electric-assist for long commutes. From initial concepts, Elvin Chu arrived to a smart solution that yielded a platform and systems design approach to offer flexibility to users. Shibusa is a special bike that carry the benefit of electric bike while maintaining a human-powered bike when necessary components are swapped out. Those components are upgradeable and interchangeable for different kind possibilities. Designer : Elvin Chu Shibusa Bike Features Interchangeable Components to Suit Rider’s Needs is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern

Paintings by Theo van Rysselberghe Théophile...

Paintings by Theo van Rysselberghe Théophile “ Théo ” van Rysselberghe  (1862 – 1926) was a Belgian neo-impressionist painter, who played a pivotal role in the European art scene at the turn of the century. His early paintings were influenced by the French Impressionists. Later Van Rysselberghe adopted the pointillist style becoming the leader of the Belgian pointillists until he gave it up in 1904. You need the art in order to love the life. We guarantee you that! posted by Margaret

visualgraphc: Crawler Series - Sakir Yildirim

visualgraphc : Crawler Series  - Sakir Yildirim

LazeRing Features 3 Laser Lights to Make It Easy to Locate and Rescue A Victim from The Ocean

Rescuing people from the ocean is difficult, it requires a lot of efforts and times, especially during nighttime. LazeRing has been designed to make ocean rescues easier, as we all know, time is critical in rescue missions. Most rescue rings are equipped with flash light in order to show the position of the victim, however, in reality, the efficiency is really not that high due to wavy water and other kind obstacles that can disrupt rescue team to see the light source. LazeRing is designed with new innovation to tackle those issues, it features 3 laser lights that run on LI-ion battery. This type of light can be seen better compared to spotlight type, it’ll make rescue helicopter or boat locating the victim faster. Designer : Soroush Vahidian LazeRing Features 3 Laser Lights to Make It Easy to Locate and Rescue A Victim from The Ocean is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

San Shan Bridge Connects City Center with Zhangjiakou for Beijing Olympic Winter Games 2022

Spanning across Gui River, San Shan Bridge would become a new landmark in Beijing. It’s an integral part of infrastructure program dedicated for the Olympic Winter Games 2022, this bridge would connect the city center with Zhangjiakou. The words “San Shan” means 3 mountains, describing the form of the bridge that can be seen from the side thanks to its 3 arches connecting to the hilly backdrop. This bridge will be built to become the main gateway between the dense of the city and the undulating river valleys in the North of Beijing. The area around this bridge has grown rapidly in popularity for both residents and tourists, it has become a recreational area. All major outdoor competitions will be held at Zhangjiakou, this bridge will become an inviting sculpture where people can enjoy, jaw dropping mountainous scenery along the way to that location. Next to San Shan Bridge, there’s an area designated to the Beijing Horticultural Expo 2019 and any major developments by international a