The art collective group called Boa Mistura which translates into “good mixture” partnered with locals that live in one of the many favelas of Sao Paulo, Brazil for an uplifting graffiti art project. Favelas are clusters of low-quality housing, typical of Brazil. Boa Mistura covered the walls with bold colors and created a 3D illusion with words.
“Choose Your Color“, or colored Pantone toasts for the breakfast! An appetizing and original project created French food designer Emilie de Griottes created mini tarts for a feature in Fricote. Griottes uses everyday foods such as berries, bananas and candies for the respective colors, and marks each tart with the Pantone color represented.
German photographer Markus Reugels captures amazing photograph that look like mushrooms,. Exquisitely-timed water droplets combined with high-speed photography and colored lights result in psychedelic raindrops like you’ve never seen before.
A Japanese student Takayuki Hori has created this amazing x-ray origami series entitled 'oritsunagumono' (translated as 'things folded and connected') that shines light, quite literally, on the most endangered species from Japan’s coasts.
The film-maker Jeremy Noritz’s steampunk-themed apartment steampunk is situated in Chelsea, New York City. As the name suggests, the apartment is designed with surreal, retro industrial, and steampunk elements with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room and kitchen. The 1,800 square foot apartment was recently for sale for a cool $1.75 million.
Rings have always been a symbol of love. Jungyun Yoon has developed a unique ring with messages transcribed on its inner side. The Inner Message Ring is available in sterling silver or 14K gold. It’s a great idea for an engagement ring and a perfect reminder of your love for your partner, all day every day.
Lisa Nilsson creates marvelous anatomical cross sections of the human body by rolling pieces of Japanese mulberry paper a technique known as quilling or paper filigree.
The Luminarie De Cagna is an imposing cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The LED Cathedral mixes Romanesque and Renaissance architecture it stands an impressive 28m high. As despite the light cathedral made from 55,000 colorful LEDs it only consumes 20Kwh of electricity. Read more »