Designed by Japanese designer Takeshi Sawada, this collection of quirky farm animal inspired stools is made up of three stools – Bambi, Sheep and Cow. The back of stools is designed to mimic the shape of the horn of the animal it gets inspiration and with the faux fur seat, any one can easily tell which animal it takes after. Each of designs are have a seat height of 33cm (just over 1 foot) and have a solid European Oak or an American Walnut base and back. Really cute and elegant design, I would love to have them at my living room even just for decoration.
Sometimes, thinking outside of box will simply turn ordinary things to something eye-catching and embroidery artist Sheena Liam is a perfect example. The women she embroidered is nothing special except her hair grow out of canvas. The works are all completed and displayed on embroidery hoops, with hair styles extending from the women in french braids, messy buns, long ponytails and one embroidered women even tries to cut her hair. Just with this simple change, the whole embroidery isn’t same anymore. Quite impressive right? Check more on her Instagram.
Sculpted cake just went crazy these days. I bet no one will relate below wedding dress with something editable by looking at the photos. But it is actually a cake that created by baker extraordinaire Emma Jayne for the Cake International show in London. At first glance, the life-size wedding dress cake doesn’t look like a confection at all; instead, it appears to be a beautiful floor-length gown. But in actuality, it’s a completely edible version of a real couture ensemble. Jayne crafted every piece of this amazing cake by hand. To produce the floral volume, she rolled and pressed each bloom and then attached it to the large form. There is a sugar pearl in the center of each flower! I have no idea of how Emma created rest this like those shinning diamond like decoration and make it edible if they are. And personally, although it is impressive to look, but it seems a kind of waste for me. Since different from other sculpted cake, I really don’t think anyone will eat that.
When I first saw Kangbin’s cremart, I thought that were some painting at the bottom of the coffee cup and don’t think that was a big deal at all. However, after I watch closely and found out those paintings were drawn with a thin metal rod and a palette of food dyes on latte, I was totally shocked and didn’t want to believe my eyes. How would that be possible? Are those just some photoshopped photos? After watching Kangbin’s video of how to make some of the cremart, I started to believe there is someone can actually create latte art like these. From Bambi to Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night”to Disney’s cartoon characters, it looks like there’s virtually nothing he can’t draw on milk foam. Now the question is if you have such a cup of latte in front of you, will you really want to drink it?
Armenian artist Edgar Artis plays with food and designs beautiful dresses.Edible dresses made of fruits, vegetables, chocolate and delicious candy.
Stanislav Aristov, a Russian photographer from Ekaterinburg, is known as Pol Tergejst on internet and famous for his magic creation using burnt match sticks (see previous). The totally idea comes from an occasional playing with a box of matches. While looking at the burning match, Aristov suddently began to think of how it represents life – the burnt part represents the past, the smoke is memory and the untouched part is the future.
Then Aristov started to play with matches and created some incredible images with them. By bending the matches into the desired shape while they are burning and then using a macro lens and studio flash he shoots the fire, matches and smoke, Aristov created some mini-sculptures in flame such as flower, insect and chess. Although we all know before you are not just photographs, but photo manipulations, I am still quite amazed by Aristov’s imagination. Technically, it isn’t that complicated to create an image like this. But how many of us will associate burnt match stickes with what Aristov presents? So let’s stop judging how mucu digital process Aristov has applied to the photo. It is still quite pleasure to enjoy those creations.
Nelly - internet marketer loving design