Posts by Sara Barnes

December 15, 2017

Thrill-Seeking Photographer Describes What It’s Like to Be Inside an Active Volcano

#heavenandhell: 600 Meters inside this #volcano , I felt how wonderful, powerful and destructive #nature is. A #livechangingexperience for me, which truly made me realize how fortunate I am to be living my dreams. Still waiting to live yours?!? #dontdreamitdoit #liveforthestory A post shared by Ulla Lohmann (@ullalohmann) on Sep 4, 2017 at 3:10am PDT Photographer Ulla Lohmann is a thrill-seeker.

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December 14, 2017

Unique “Cliff House” Offers Unforgettable Experience Perched Over a Winding River

If you're looking for a thrilling vacation escape, the conceptual cabin design called Maralah is just the place. Conceived of as a tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lautner, LAAV Architects created the unique 484-square-foot abode with plans to submerge it in the ground and overlook a cliff in Calgary, Canada. This project is similar to one of their earlier plans, the Casa Brutale, which we marveled over in 2015.

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December 13, 2017

Artist Brilliantly Illustrates Different Mental Disorders Using Only Paper Clips

In 2013, Project Semicolon began to take the world by storm in a global movement to support those who struggle with self-harm, addiction, and suicidal thoughts. The initiative spawned, among other things, tattoos of semicolons as a symbol of “not the end, but a new beginning.” Inspired by this call-to-action, graphic designer Eisen Bernardo created his own twist on the social campaign.

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December 11, 2017

Japanese Woman “Draws” Beloved Characters on Carpets By Moving Rug Fibers Around

Inspiration can strike in the most unlikely of places—even your ordinary area rug can be an unconventional canvas for spectacular works of art. Japanese pop culture enthusiast Agito demonstrates this in her ongoing series of carpet drawings. She's perfected an art that most of us had never considered before; using the long nap of rug fibers, she reveals that there are two “sides” to the carpet and uses this to build form and depth in her large-scale artwork.

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