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Armless Chinese Artist Paints Using Only His Teeth & Feet

Losing an ear didn’t seem to detract from Vincent Van Gogh’s artistic skill, but Chinese artist Huang Guofu’s use of only his mouth and feet is quite remarkable. As his skills have progressed, so has his recognition. Huang Guofu was recently named vice-curator of the newly opened Chonqing Talents Museum. Now, dealers and art lovers around the world seek out his paintings.

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The Rising Chair Blossoms from Grid-Like Wooden Strands

Created by Dutch designer Robert van Embricqs, the Rising Chair has been created using beam-like wood strands, forming a grid-like pattern that emerges into what seems like a complex flower petal.

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The Ice Hotel in Sweden is the Ultimate Travel Experience

The world famous ICEHOTEL in Sweden has over 80 rooms built each year from snow and crystal clear ice, taken from the waters of the local river Torne. The interior, at between -5°C to -8°C, actually feels quite pleasant, especially when outside temperatures can drop to around -37°C!

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Growing Vases Blooming from Flowers by Nendo

For a recent project designers Nendo were challenged with showcasing the artistry of venerable Czech Bohemian glass maker Lasvit’s Glassblowers in an abstract, impractical and incomplete way.

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Two Tables Marks the 150th Anniversary of Italy’s Unification

Two Tables by Nucleo marks the 150th Anniversary of the Unification of Italy. They represent two distinctive and important features of the creation of the Italian identity. They are inspired by the myths of two organizations that together shaped the history of the unification of Italy.

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Shattered Lights – Lamp by Ira Rozhavsky

Shattered Lights is made from broken tempered glass coated with a silicone lining and the edge of the lamp is lined with white LEDs, is strangely but not unattractively absorbing.

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The Modern Touch Added to a Historic Georgian Building by Ilse Crawford

Design guru David Carlson recently featured the excellent work of British designer and creative director Ilse Crawford’s modern flavour added to a historic Georgian building in Somerset, England.

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The Light that Allows Your Room and Mood to Blossom

The Nogloom light will surely brighten your day as you watch it unfold its petals like a flower to reveal soft lighting. Created by designer Alexandre Lasnier, his creation was inspired by “plants and their relation with the sun.”

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Thumbnail image for Curly My Light Concept Design by Dima Loginoff

Curly My Light Concept Design by Dima Loginoff

“Curly My Light” was designed by Dima Loginoff, a graduate in 2008 from the Department of Interior Design at the International Design School in Moscow and the British school RHODEC.

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Tokyo Nobody by Japanese Photographer Masataka Nakano

Great Japanese photographer Masataka Nakano spent 11 years on a project that sought to capture Tokyo when empty, no simple task in a city inhabited by 35 million people. In front of the Shibuya station, Ginza street lined with large buildings, the normally over-crowded mega-city is eerily silent with no people, hence the title “Tokyo Nobody”.

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