Monthly Archives: November 2018

“Puzzle Ball Theater” Architects Pays Homage to 19th-Century Chinese Puzzle Balls

London-based Steven Chilton Architects (SCA) has designed this stunning theater as entry for a competition. SCA takes its inspiration from ancient Chinese ivory puzzle balls, intricately carved artifacts made of concentric spheres carved from a single piece of ivory. Each sphere,  freely rotating, has open carving, and to … Continue reading

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Delicate and Detailed Pattern Carved into Fruits and Vegetables by Takehiro Kishimoto

Japanese chef Takehiro Kishimoto shares in his Instagram account numerous examples of his amazing skill and inventive approach to food carving. Avocados, radishes, kiwis, carrots and cucumbers have been transformed into delicate ornate flowers and detailed patterns. The designs are often based on traditional … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Humans Are Such Easy Prey by Perturbator

Track #8 from Perturbator “Dangerous Days,” released via Blood Music (Finland/USA). Perturbator is the stage name of James Kent, a French electronic musician from Paris.  [sampled dialogue from the movie Terminator] “It can’t be bargained with, it can’t be … Continue reading

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Photographer Discovers A Family Of Mice Living In His Garden and Builds Them A Miniature Village

Wildlife photographer Simon Dell from Sheffield, United Kingdom, bumped into a family of mice running around his garden, so he seized the opportunity to capture some beautiful photographs of these tiny little creatures. Dell built the mice a miniature village, a … Continue reading

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Dolophones conifera, aka the Wrap-around spider

Dolophones conifera, known as the Wrap-around spider, is a species of spider in the family Araneidae indigenous to Australia. It is named for its ability to flatten and wrap its body around tree limbs as camouflage. The upper surface of the abdomen resembles a cone shaped shield. It is composed mostly of … Continue reading

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Mystical Mysterious Illustrations by Atenebris

mrazь Maria Zolotukhina, a.k.a. Atenebris, is a young and talented illustrator from Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Her oniric artworks are always filled with tiny details, mysterious symbols, and stories untold. Deviantart / Instagram / Facebook / ArtStation there are no stars here beast quartz S. gash … Continue reading

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Folktale Week Magical Illustrations by Carole Chevalier

French freelance designer and illustrator, Carole Chevalier has created these seven illustrations for the Folktale Week challenge on Instagram. Carole has invented her own little tales for each one of them. “I’m so pleased I did this challenge as I loved … Continue reading

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Wooden Dioramas Bring the Feel of Tokyo Alleys Into Your Bookshelf

These unique bookends bring the feel of a Japanese back alley into your home. A Tokyo-based, Japanese designer named monde has created by hand these wood inserts that reveal incredible miniature scene of the alleyways of Tokyo. The unique bookends were on display … Continue reading

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Jason Momoa Continues to Troll Guys When Couples Ask a Photo With Him

For understandable reasons Jason Momoa receives numerous fan photo requests from the ladies.  To make their partners feel included, the Aquaman star has begun trolling couples on camera by pretending to steal women from their significant others and the end results are always … Continue reading

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United States of Purple – Nothing to See

This is part of an ongoing photographic series by Tim Tadder where his imagery becomes a reflection of his personal frustration with the current political landscape in the United States. “While I am liberal, in this project I take no sides but rather … Continue reading

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