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Art Sushi

Tokyo-based illustrator and makizushi artist Takayo Kiyota creates stunning artworks with sushi rolls.

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Far Away

French photographer Jonathan Moyal has an expert eye when it comes to taking pictures that bring on a deeply desire of wanderlust in his viewer. These images where taken while he was traveling through Canada, always on search for unique sceneries for his travel inspired series “La course au cheval blanc”, which you can find on flickr.

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Your photos printed on a wooden iPhone Case

Casetify are famous for their beautiful pieces of custom made smartphone cases. Now they have released natural maple wood cases. Each case is handcrafted, made out of real wood and rubbed with natural oil. Naturally you can design your own case using Instagram or Facebook photos.

The cases are currently available for iPhone 5/5S for only $49.95

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The Fox’s Den

First of all, this installation is completely(!) made of paper and leather. All of the objects were handmade with orange colored paper, some are enhanced with leather. The whole, incredible installation took 68 tubes of glue and 144 large sheets of paper.

The fox sculpture alone, which was made from Hermès’ leather remnants, took two weeks to make. Each small piece was cut by hand and then glued slowly together so that the fox could look as realistic as possible.

France-based graphic design studio Zim&Zou created this unique artwork on behalf of Hermés for their store window display in Barcelona.

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Liquid Love

Alberto Seveso, a Bristol (UK) based, Italian artist is one of the top digital artists these days. He already made himself quite a name for his unusual creative style. Seveso creates this very unique fluid paint portraits based on real pictures combined with some mesmerizing Photoshop paint swirls.

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Spectacular image by Travel Photographer of the Year Award winner 2013 Justin Mott

Location: Twila True’s home, Phuket, Thailand

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Spectacular image by Travel Photographer of the Year Award winner 2013 Justin Mott

Location: Twila True’s home, Phuket, Thailand

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The Invisible Man

That’s what i call a perfect illusion. Chinese artist Liu Bolin can “disappear” in almost every environment, it seems like he’s diving into his environment and becomes a part of it. He is playing with his viewer who often doesn’t spot his art at first glance. But he is no chameleon. His very own painting technique called “Camouflage painting” and a few diligent assistants, who painstakingly paint his clothes, face, and hair are allowing him to almost vanish in his mindblowing illusions.

Liu Bolin started his first series “Hiding in the City” (in 2005)“ when the Artists’ Village of Beijing, Suo Jia Cun, in which he had been working, became a vicitim of Chinese state arbitrariness. The Chinese government closed the village, because they didn’t want artists to live and work together.

Liu Bolin on facebook

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LEGO as key & cable holder

Did you know that LEGO figures are the perfect match to many cables?

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Your own Thundercloud

"Cloud" is the latest creation of multidisciplinary designer Richard Clarkson. An interactive light and speaker system that simulates a thunderstorm in your home (except rainfall of course ;) ). Perfect for those who enjoy rainy days.

Clarkson himself explains his creation:

"The Cloud is an interactive lamp and speaker system, designed to mimic a thundercloud in both appearance and entertainment. Using motion sensors the cloud detects a user’s presence and creates a unique lightning and thunder show dictated by their movement. The system features a powerful speaker system from which the user can stream music via any Bluetooth compatible device. Using color-changing lights the cloud is able to adapt to the desired lighting color and brightness. The cloud also has alternative modes such as a nightlight and music reactive mode."

Watch the video to see how it works or visit the shop.

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Grilled Peach Splits (Recipe)

Never made dessert on your grill? Well, this very special receipe for grilled peach splits improves that your grill can handle more than just rips or steaks.

If you want to try it yourself, here comes the full receipt

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Beneath the Surface

Award-winning National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry captured these jaw-dropping images face to face with one of the largest animals alive.

The pictures where taken at the beautiful Auckland Islands, New Zealand. beautiful!

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