Archive for the ‘ Culture ’ Category

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Pushing the boundaries and showing sculptural qualities, United Nude collaborated with 3D Systems for an exhibition presented during Milan Design Week. [More]

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Siberia Russia

Freezing water creates an astonishing variety of patterns: from jagged lines or frozen bubbles to perfect snowflakes with every imaginable shade of blue, green and white. [More]

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Image Credits: Zero

The pen is mightier than the sword. Cartoonists and llustrators around the world come together in solidarity with the 12 artists and ordinary people who died in the Charlie Hebdo shooting by doing what they do best – drawing. [More]

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A photographer who enjoys taking surreal pictures collaborated with a French illustrator with no solid idea or theme to start off with. What they produced after is beyond mesmerizing. [More]

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Manila, Philippines-Casts of the animated feature film-turned-theatrical show is finally in the country. [More]


Dutch artist and designer Daan Roosegaarde has created a beautiful and innovative glowing bike path that, when illuminated at night by glowing pebbles and LEDs, looks like Van Gogh’s famous Starry Night painting. [More]


At first glance, one might thought these are photos of glaciers and icebergs. Truth, however, is that they’re soft pastel drawings by U.S. artist Zaria Forman. [More]


Japanese artist Kenji Shibata froze colorful flowers into large blocks of ice creating a photographs that both strikingly beautiful and poignantly symbolic. [More]

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The right ring on your finger can make you feel like a regal king or a beloved queen. What modern rings have lost in symbolic significance they’ve gained in creativity of design and craftsmanship – and the rings in this list are some of the best of the best. [More]


While most latte artists around the world would explore different techniques on how to make illustrations on milk, Maxim Stick adopted the intricate, edible stencil work as the medium for a stop-motion animation, playing out the quirky days of young love for a ‘coffee couple’, who meet, fall in love and grow old together. [More]

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris

French photographer Franck Bohbot appreciates the simple pleasure of reading books, so he decided to travel around the world to document the most beautiful libraries. [More]

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Berlin-based artist Sarah Illenberger created a photographic series of flowers arranged in the style of fireworks. [More]

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In the name of charity, men of hockey team posed for 2015 calendar with just a carefully placed trophy or helmet to hide their modesty. [More]

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Little is known to the world about Iraq’s Tigris-Euphrates marshlands – an area that, at one time, covered over 9,000 square miles – bigger than Venice’s lagoon and Florida’s Everglades combined. The marshland was inhabited continuously for over 5,000 years and at its peak, it was home to half-a-million ‘Marsh Arabs’ or ‘Ma’dan’. [More]


Jordan Mang-osan, an Igorot artist and master of pyrography, harnesses the power of the sun with the help of magnifying glass to transform slabs of wood into masterpieces. [More]


Atelier 8000 proposed a cube volume rotated onto one of its corners for an international competition aimed to design a lodge located in the high Tatra Mountains of Slovakia. [More]


Canoas, Brazil – OSPA Arquitetura e Urbanismo‘s design was chosen by Universidade Federal De Ciencias Da Saude De Porta Alegre, UFCSPA, for its Campus Igara. [More]


Quezon City, Philippines – Yuusuke Karasawa Architects have completed the plans for Quezon Day Center to be built next year. [More]

Hyper-realistic painting by Yigal Ozeri

At first glance, these work of arts seem like photographs but they are actually hyper-realistic oil paintings by Yigal Ozeri. [More]

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Blooming out of an artificial lake in Wujin, China, is The Lotus Building whose name references the floral shape that it takes on. [More]