The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca
Jul20

The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca

Pieces of wood, love, knowledge and 299 hours of work, condensed in a 3 minute film. The new episode from the series ‘The Art of Making’, titled ‘Alma Flamenca’, is available for you to enjoy. The ‘Art of Making’ series of films, aspires to display and highlight certain people, which go against the spirit of today’s pessimism and desperation. They dare to dream and create with zeal and...

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‘The Voracity’ by Anna Williams | Yatzer
Feb20

‘The Voracity’ by Anna Williams | Yatzer

The Voracity, Issue No5: How To Shoot A Wolf photo © Anna Williams Photography What do a fairy tale witch, a bullet-ridden roast chicken and a carnivorous plant have in common? Not very much, unless you’ve entered the hallucinatory world of visionary photographer Anna Williams, whose online venture ‘The Voracity’ has taken the term ‘online publication’ to a whole different level. But let’s take things from the top: Once upon a time,...

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You Can Now Stay at an Underwater Hotel Room and Sleep with the Fishes |TwistedSifter
Jan12

You Can Now Stay at an Underwater Hotel Room and Sleep with the Fishes |TwistedSifter

At the Manta Resort on the island of Pemba, Tanzania, you will find a hotel room unlike any other. Designed by Mikael Genberg of Genberg Underwater Hotels AB, is Africa’s first underwater hotel room. The Swedish-engineered, floating structure provides three distinct levels. The landing deck, at sea level, has a lounge area and bathroom facility. A ladder leads up to the roof which has a lounging area for sun worshipping by day and...

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National Flags Created with Food
Dec02

National Flags Created with Food

National Flags Created From the Foods Each Country Is Commonly Associated With Feeling hungry? You will be after looking through this creative collection of food photography by Australian advertising agency WHYBIN\TBWA. To promote the Sydney International Food Festival, which is Australia’s largest food festival which had almost a million attendees last year and chefs from all over the world, the imaginative team re-created 17...

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Biodegradable Table Ware
Dec02

Biodegradable Table Ware

Who Knew that Disposable Plates Could be Stylishly Designed? Written by Justin Crowe from Visual News Have you seen what the kids are eating their peanut butter and jelly sandwiches off of these days? I have fond memories of hot summer days eating lunch sandwiches from the classic round paper plates with ruffled edges. Those plates were great! Except that they stuck together…. and they were kinda ugly… and I threw away about a...

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Berluti
Nov25

Berluti

What do John E Kennedy, Aristotle Onassis, Robert De Niro and Monaco’s Prince Rainier have in common ? Besides being famous, rich and stylish— they’ve all worn handmade shoes from Bertuti. It’s not the clothes that make the man. It’s the Berluti shoes. In 1895, carpenter and cobbler Alessandro Berluti moved from Italy to Paris and began turning out made- to-measure shoes, including a seamless, three-eyelet...

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