When we first came across Spanish designer Máximo Riera’s Rhino Chair in 2011, we were blown away by its incredible likeness to the endangered animal. Featuring a surprisingly comfortable-looking throne that merges with the upper half of the rhino’s body, it was the second sculptural design added to Riera’s Animal Chair Collection—the first being the equally-majestic Octopus Chair.
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Whether you’re a writer, an artist, or a musician, having the proper stationery can be vital when planning out your...
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British street artist Peter Preffington aka Pref plays with perception through his multi-layered, 3D graffiti. Using a range of modern and traditional typefaces, he visualizes popular sayings and expressions in his distinct overlapping style. While these typography murals might seem difficult to decipher at first, it’s this unique style that helps draw the viewer in.
If you’re interested in interior design, chances are you’re a fan of an eye-catching feature wall.
Known as “The Man with the Golden Arm,” Australia-based James Harrison is responsible for saving the lives of over 2.
Have you always wanted to visit India’s colorful bazaars and sample the food stalls of Delhi’s market streets? Or perhaps you’ve dreamt of visiting the city’s ancient mosques and the world-famous Taj Mahal? If so, WOW Air’s recent expansion to Asia might help your plans for the trip of a lifetime get off the ground.
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A post shared by Ryan Pernofski (@ryanpernofski) on May 1, 2018 at 2:55pm PDT Based in the south coast of Australia, Ryan Pernofski uses his iPhone to capture the majestic beauty of breaking ocean waves. The talented surf photographer first plunged into the water with his iPhone in 2012, using Optrix underwater housing equipment to avoid it getting wet.
Every spring, people from all over the world flock to experience Japan’s candy-pink cherry blossoms in all their glory.
Many great artists will tell you that it takes time to perfect a craft, and this definitely rings true for pointillism...