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Sket-One Peanut Butter Dunny

Sket-One is breaking out another astonishing custom Dunny! Sket, who is best known for his interpretation of well known condiment inspired does it once again with his new Sketty Peanut Butter custom Dunny. He has taken Kidrobot’s 8″ stage figure and has changed it into one of the primary parts to one of the best […]

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Colour Quilled Photography by Sabeena Karnik

Mumbai-based artist and “paper typographer” Sabeena Karnik produces staggering letterforms using quilled paper. Her fresh and rakish approach depends on exact geometry and splendidly slice pieces of paper to deliver logos, book covers, and different publication designs. Karnik offers her work consistently on Instagram and she at times offers unique pieces in her shop.

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Snøhetta’s Swedish Treetop Cabin

Looking up, the first thing you notice when seeing the 33-foot tall lodge, The seventh Room, is its base, an aluminum covering including high contrast pictures of the pine trees that encompass the structure. Utilized as cover, this outside board drenches the treetop lodge into its surroundings, obscuring the limits between the building and woodland. […]

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Duo Artists Zim and Zou for Hermes

Papercraft pair Zim and Zou are back at it with one of their most self important establishments yet for Hermès in Dubai. Every piece is a smaller than normal paper town populated with minor characters, one revolved around towers of growths, the other based around blossoming lotus blooms. Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, the names […]

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duffy london Creates an Ocean Cross-Section Table

  Duffy London as of late extended its gathering of sea land cross-area roused tables, with the ‘chasm skyline’ table. Taking a year to create through experimentation with etched glass, plexiglass and wood, the table shows clear blue shades with its cross-area reproducing the profound and dramatic layers of the ocean. With just 25 tables […]

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Odawara – Hikiyose

The Odawara region of Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture is known for its age-old carpentry conventions, to a great extent because of the locale’s rich lush territories and wide spans of open space, that leave trees a lot of space to spread profound roots. In the heart of the backwoods sits the Kii place of worship, where […]

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Nintendo Themed Airbnb Rental.

  It may have taken a toll him €10,000 EUR (around $11,100 USD), however for PC diversion developer and self-admitted geek André Farinha, transforming his home into a full-out Super Mario-themed rental was a work of affection that he’s currently offering to the world. Presently recorded on Airbnb, Farinha’s lively Lisbon condo highlights punchy stylistic […]

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Stretched and Contorted Porcelain Face Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

  Extending the properties of porcelain dirt to the maximum, craftsman Johnson Tsang, distorts the characteristics of his unknown figures into elastic. The clever works transform facial components and body parts, now and again packing the characters of different people into a solitary being. These new pieces from his “Clear Dreams” arrangement were as of […]

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This Floating Cloud Doubles as a Bluetooth Speaker and a Light

  Richard Clarkson Studio and Crealev have joined forces in continuation of 2014′s Smart Cloud venture, now introducing Making Weather. The joint effort is as yet progressing, yet the primary Floating Cloud model has as of late been disclosed. The item is a moderate sized cloud that buoys over an intelligent oval base. On account […]

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Nintendo Announces Mini Console for Japan Dubbed The Famicom

  In November fans of around the world will be getting ready to purchase their retro console the NES Mini, however fans in its home country are getting their very own teensy retro console as well, the mini Famicom. The mini Famicom is a shrunken version of the original NES the company released back in 1983, […]

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