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Kinetic Sculptures That Celebrate Natural Beauty and Balance

Eden is a pair of kinetic sculptures, composed by small floating vases that celebrate natural beauty and balance. The pieces are constructed of glass tubes and handcrafted solid brass components. 

The lightness of these simple elements highlights the beauty of the flowers and leaves, which truly complete the design. Gently swinging by air currents, Eden becomes a gracious presence in a room.The project is inspired by the delicate harmony found in nature, where each part needs of the other in order to be balanced. 

World's First Postcard-Kaleidoscope Lets You DIY and Sent Easily

Paperscope works as a unique postcard: inside the envelope you’ll find a DIY kaleidoscope that can be used to create patterns out of anything you like. Along with the pieces there’s a simple step by step instruction. Making the Paperscope is just as fun as playing with the end result.

Fun Inflatable Bunny Shaped Chair Ideal For Kid's Room

All Start's Rabito Inflatable Chair Fun inflatable bunny shaped chair. Ideal for children's room. Easy to inflate and transport. 

This Wall Hanging Branch Has Magnets Fix Into It To Hold Knives

BUCHHOLZBERLIN's Messerast magnetic knife rack branches lets you bring a little bit of nature back into your kitchen.

Light System Made With Perfect Balance of Artistry and Functionality

The Tube Pendant Collection by Studio Naama Hofman is a modular light system designed with maximum configuration flexibility and spatial adaptability. Fabricated with LED – illuminated acrylic tubes and held together by brass rods and connected with threaded brass rings, the modular system consist of light tubes which can easily be assembled in various compositions according to the spatial requirements. 

Artist Creates Amazing Photo-Collage With Woman Juxtapose on Seashell

Erzsebet Nagy Saar is a curious talent who always experimenting various possibilities with materials and composition. These four collages from the series 'Nautilus' set a good example where, the lovely humans placed on the mother-of-pearl are like little mermaids, captivating us with their mysterious beauty… The reflects and the light give a certain nostalgia to these creations.

Artist Turning Paper Into Unusual Colourful Lifelike Flowers And Plants

Seattle-based paper artist Kate Alarcón has an uncanny ability to turn paper materials into lifelike flowers and plants. Alarcón works primarily with European crepe paper in various weights to create delicately rippled petals, stems, and has even perfected techniques to craft convincing succulents. She shares all of her creations on Instagram and occasionally offers workshops if you’re in the Seattle area.

Amazing Colourful Life-Sized Coral Reefs Art Depicts The Aquatic World

American artist Courtney Mattison continues to create amazing life-sized ceramic coral reefs that she hangs on walls. Through her work 'Our Changing Seas III', she depicts this aquatic world with simple materials such as chopsticks and brushstrokes. Behind this project, there’s the will to fight against the pollution of nature and highlight its beauty. This installation will be presented until the 28th August at the Palo Alto Art Center.

Billiard Balls Painted With Emoticons Making The Game More Amusing

Poolmoji is a project that combines sculpture, design and painting, that was instigated by Jean-Baptiste Le Divelec and carried out along with Joseph Davies, Sonali Ranjit, Xuan Pham and Winigreeni. The concept is to paint billiard balls that take the shape of emoticons and make the game more amusing. You will therefore experience all types of emotions during your games.

Intricate Moss Assemblages Sprout From Embroidery Hoops

Utilizing felt, thread, and the french knot, artist Emma Mattson stitches moss-like configurations onto embroidery hoops, latching the materials onto the base like the flowerless plants which she mimics. In addition to simulating the look of the greenery, Mattson also likes to add a few pieces of fake moss on top of her works to walk the line between imitation and reality.

Taylors Tea Have Built A Bee Hotel In The Style of The Grand Budapest Hotel

Taylors Tea have created the world’s poshest insect residence: a luxury bee hotel, in partnership with Kew Gardens! It highlights how solitary and city bees need our help (as well as the honeybees!) and to thank them for helping us create a world of flavour! 

Porcelain Female Busts That Blur The Line Between Humans and Nature

French artist Juliette Clovis produces hybrid works that merge nature, history, and myth with the female form, covering simple porcelain busts in wildlife, flora, and spikes. Her additions are either painted on or applied to mask the face, obscuring features like abnormal growths. These ambiguous females question the power that is split between humans and nature, toeing a line between being gentle and unnerving.

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