The first ever hanging lodge opened in 2013 in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru. For those who are not afraid of height, the Skylodge Adventure Suites offers a unique view on the valley and the chance to sleep within a completely transparent hanging capsules of 7m in length and 2.5m in height. But in … Continue reading
Each new wave of technology washes away what came before… that’s the concept of the Korean artist Jean Shin explores with her sculpture “Sound Wave”. Measuring 5.2 feet high by 12 feet wide by 12 feet deep, Shin, who is know for her usage of common items to construct her installations, has melted 78 rpm … Continue reading
To end 2014 on a high note, here are the most read articles of the passed year: METEORITE TURNING TABLES AUTARKY MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU Thank you for your loyal readership! To be continued in 2015…
Danny Sanchez, a Los Angeles based artist, has spent the last 8 years learning how to photograph gemological interiors. His photomicrographs, photographs taken through a microscope, are the result of a very long learning and technical process, as it took almost ten years for him to be able to produce images at the level of … Continue reading
Os Gêmeos are Brazil most appraised street artists. The internationally renowned twin brothers were asked to paint their country’s national team’s Boeing 737 during the 2014 FIFA World Cup which will take place in Brazil from June 12. The graffiti are portraits meant to represent the people of the Brazilian culture and took about a … Continue reading
When Eco-friendly meets luxury. Located in the Swiss Alps and overlooking lake Geneva, at more than 1400m high, you can find a high-tech Eco-Camp for snow excitement and summer fun composed of Whitepods. Pioneering concept featuring architecturally fascinating high-tech tents, the “ 15 geodesic dome pods are separately sitting on wooden platforms and surrounded by … Continue reading
Spanish industrial designer and art director Emilio Gomariz is no stranger to GIF. His latest work, RGB Landscapes is a series of 52 animated pieces made with a symphony of RGB dashes animated horizontally.
In order to celebrate the success of the movie Gravity, the NASA has released incredible pictures of space and astronauts’ daily life at 418 km away from Earth.
Hungarian photograher László Francsics was able to capture this incredible shot of the Full Moon that her named “colors of the Full Moon”. Fascinated by astronomy, the artist pays tributes to space and its numerous constellations, such as the Gamma Cassiopeiae, located in the northern hemisphere.