Posts Categorized : Art & Design

Clever And Creative Elevator Ads

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An advertising can be helpful for the business, so the advertising designer must have creative ideas to work with  something that could makes you laugh and talks about it or at least make you look twice. Clever use of what most people are using occasionally can be a good starting point. In this case, we have the one…

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Funny Modern Headless Horseman

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“Horsemaning,” or fake beheading, was a popular way of taking pictures in the 1920s. Here are some modern day adaptations of this popular new/old photo trend. The original inspiration for Horsemaning, or fake beheading, came from a photo from the ’20s found at a flea market. It’s currently experiencing a revival and is a much better version…

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Artist Dmitriy Khristenko from the Ukraine and moved to America 14 years ago. He takes the gold and silver timepieces and uses the parts to create impressive details models of motorcycles. Khristenko has spent many month to scouring markets, garage sales, and even trash cans to find watches. Once he obtains them, he carefully takes…

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10 Weird Bag That Will Catch Your Eye

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Today i gonna present to you 10 weird bag that will catch your eyes. From small, medium to large size handbag are typically used by women to hold their personal items such as wallet/coins, keys, a mobile phone, books, a pen, cosmetics and more. Sometime those branded bag will not able to gain people attention,…

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Cute and Witty Hidden Animal Teacups

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These playful Hidden Animal teacups are designed in Japan by Ange-line tetrault from Toronto, Canada. A delightful surprise of the animal appear slowly as you drink your morning tea or coffee. This product created by the white ceramic fox, owl, and bear teacups. Feel want to buy it? Check out this page for more info.      …

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Artist Guy Laramee creates art in unexpected places by carving landscapes right into the pages. As if by magic, his literary sculptures masterfully turn dense, dusty pages into mountains, caves, hills, fields and monuments. Every creation told him three days to three months to complete a topographical carving. He uses an array of tools from…

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World-famous fashion photographer Rankin from United Kingdom doesn’t just shoot supermodels and celebrities. Every Christmas, he will created a series of photo shoots by entirely of dogs and keeps it to himself until now. These hilarious parody movies posters are being released from his image archives for the first time by Hunger Magazine for what…

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This 45-square-meter house called Ufogel designed by Peter Jungmann is a fully-furnished and functional home stay made entirely of larch wood. Surrounded this Ufogel is the most beautiful mountain view at Austria. This beautiful 45-square-meter house name “Ufogel” from a combination of the words ‘UFO’ and ‘Vogel,’ which means bird in German. For those who…

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    Designer Yvonne Fehling & Jennie Peiz from German has a creative idea to redefine public seating by combination of a lot of chairs. These series of seating for public spaces approach users and viewers in an extraordinary way. The dividing lines between different types of furniture (chair, stool, bench) are eliminated as the three types…

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