The Museo Subacuatico de Arte (MUSA) Project created by Jason de Caires Taylor is art that does good, literally. The images you see above and below are not photoshoped, they are as real as could be. The project consists of 400 statues installed on the seabed, all of the statues are cast from real people. [ Continue Reading ]
The people at Madlab are toiling away creating not really out there designs, but sleek and stylish architectural designs. When you look at some the photos you don’t really see anything interesting but the more you stare the more a little something tugs at the back of your head saying: [ Continue Reading ]
Though something called the O house brings to mind anything but O shaped bricks, I digress (with a wink.) In reality, it’s this very cool architectural piece designed by architects Philippe Stuebi and Eberhard Troger. I wonder what inspired them to design a house with circular openings and round glass bricks. Imagine the reflection of light on round glass bricks and what that must look like. Imagine the clean vast white spaces throughout interspersed with concrete and metal throughout.
Okay, so it’s more of a yacht. A pretty yacht.
Yelken Octuri (which is a totally badass name, in the first place) has designed a flying yacht. This is to say that he’s designed a vehicle that is at once a 46 meter sailing trimaran with four automatically functioning masts and a fully functional plane that transforms – on the water – and can travel at speeds of roughly 390 km/h. Take a look at the interior, and beyond being the complete world-killer in transportation, it’s also a luxury chillin’ spot.
If you’re cool then you know what this symbol defines. But I’ll tell you who is just a tad bit cooler…
It’s always cool to see what kind of determination and talent some people have to create things that can only truly be explained as….”goddamn man, it’s just really really cool you know?” And as we can all see Peter Root may have way too much time on his hands but Jesus Christ does he make some really awesome mini cities. [ Continue Reading ]
We all know a few triple threats. Well meet a triple threat that’s a little bit different but just as cool.
Her name is Deborah McLean and not only does she cook, but she’s an interior designer (with her own company) that incorporates food into her lovely pieces of art. She’s a stylist known for turning boring rooms into something you’d only see inside of a magazine. Deborah began her career manufacturing homewards and fashion jewelry in the 80′s, and 20 years later she’s a stylist with her own company, and a chef that makes food taste delicious and look beautiful.