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“My Day With Leo” – Joel Strong Replaces People’s Heads With Leo DiCaprio

October 21st, 2014

The MyDayWithLeo Tumblr follows the strange, fun adventures of Locations scout and locations manager Joel Strong as he meets people throughout New York and covers their faces with cut-outs of Leonardo DiCaprio from 90s teen …

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The Death of Conversation: People Obsessed With Their Smartphones

October 21st, 2014

“Before mobile phones were invented people would have had no choice but to interact, however, that is no longer necessary as we can all now “pretend’ we are doing something “important” on our devices rather than …

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“Shot Face” – Photographer Tim Charles Takes Humorous Images Of People Doing Shots

October 21st, 2014

Photographer Tim Charles has created a fun-filled series ‘Shot Face’ which many of us can relate to. He’s taken 3 portraits of each individual, pre-shot, consuming said shot and finally their facial expressions and …

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“Future Tense” – Oil Paintings By Alex Gross

October 21st, 2014

Alex Gross is a visual artist currently working in Los Angeles, California. He specializes in oil paintings on canvas whose themes include globalization, commerce, great beauty, dark mayhem, and the remorseless passage of …

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“Sole of the Week” – Romain Trystram Illustrates His Favorite Sneakers Rendered In Neon Colors

October 21st, 2014

French illustrator Romain Trystram has created a new series of work. His project, titled ‘Sole Of The Week’, features some of the illustrator’s favorite sneakers as objects in popular movies and events, rendered in …

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Bright Australian Retreat

The Esuoh House was designed as the perfect retreat from the cluttered urban environment. One can sunbathe and enjoy lemonades on the sun bed or watch a movie under the stars, just like at the drive-in movies. Hofman and Brown Architects were the ones that designed the Esuoh House located in Yallingup, Western Australia. The Australian weather is perfect for this 2.009 square meters residential construction and the bright sun helps accentuate a beautiful collection of textured building materials: grey stabilised rammed limestone walls, waxed dado plaster, polished concrete, aluminium, glass and stone. The architects say that: “The aim was to enjoy the connection with the adjacent bush landscape while also creating a more private “internal” connection to the outdoors, with a protected north-east “outdoor room” incorporating the plunge pool and outdoor cinema, framed by the enclosing stone walls.” All the rooms have found shelter on one floor, covered by a low pitched skillion roof that collects rainwater. The north elevation sheltering four bedrooms benefits from a fully glazed wall that opens up to a long verandah accessible from each bedroom. I am sure that this gorgeous Australian home can inspire you to create your own comfortable retreat.

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