In this age of mercurial technological advancement, there is one trend that remains nigh constant: small is beautiful. In this regard, designer Mike Enayah has tried to follow the ‘micro’ dictum by conceptualizing his very own home theater system, powered by none other than the exalted iPhone.
There are only a few designers who don’t mind taking things to the weirdest stance possible. Whatshisname is just one of them, and his freakin’ Good Boy and smaller Good Puppy – dog floor lamps are creations to affirm. Both his lamps were made-up to be part of London’s Art Below exhibition, unfortunately they were deemed offensive and banded from the exhibition. Wondering why, well the lamps require you to turn them on or off by stepping on dog turd (fake yes, but offensive)!
You might have seen lot of illusions but these are the things that can poke you mind to think beyond you can.
Art is an expression of feeling and this is what an anonymous artist has tried to do by virtue of fire flames. He has very ingeniously molded photographs of caustic flames with the help of a slight graphics editing program to give them beautiful shapes matching to either a human being or an animal. Have a look at the bunch of images pinned below to see how the artistic has depicted his love for all creatures of God.
If you love drinking, then this 35 pounds and over 4 feet tall beer stein (empty), is going to fascinate you for sure. Yes, that’s right. It’s real and worlds’ biggest in its category. On 1001BeerSteins.com you can buy this piece to add a distinction to your bar. The original priced of this piece is $8,037.99, which has been reduced to $6,027.99 including free ground shipping. The reduced prize is your 25% discount. It’s a ethically cared stoneware that contains fine painting by Brueghel depicting a scene of wedding, of course a fine occasion for drinking. You’ll find it completely...