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My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom by Pellari
As a 90’s child myself I would have loved to have had this room growing up, in fact I’d love to have this Calvin and Hobbes mural on my wall right now. Growing up Calvin and Hobbes were a fond memory for me, and something I always associate with my elder sister because she loved them more than me. Hopefully your inner child will enjoy this as much as mine did.

Artists: | Reddit | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom by Pellari
As a 90’s child myself I would have loved to have had this room growing up, in fact I’d love to have this Calvin and Hobbes mural on my wall right now. Growing up Calvin and Hobbes were a fond memory for me, and something I always associate with my elder sister because she loved them more than me. Hopefully your inner child will enjoy this as much as mine did.

Artists: | Reddit | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom by Pellari

As a 90’s child myself I would have loved to have had this room growing up, in fact I’d love to have this Calvin and Hobbes mural on my wall right now. Growing up Calvin and Hobbes were a fond memory for me, and something I always associate with my elder sister because she loved them more than me. Hopefully your inner child will enjoy this as much as mine did.

Artists: | Reddit | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn
I love this wonderful shelving idea however unfortunately for myself and every one of us it’s not in production and is only a concept. It’s made out of 6 thin planks of wood, and each plank is so thin it flexes and bends as you place books on them. I’ve embedded a video demonstration below which is well worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | [via: Colossal]

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Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn
I love this wonderful shelving idea however unfortunately for myself and every one of us it’s not in production and is only a concept. It’s made out of 6 thin planks of wood, and each plank is so thin it flexes and bends as you place books on them. I’ve embedded a video demonstration below which is well worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | [via: Colossal]

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Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn
I love this wonderful shelving idea however unfortunately for myself and every one of us it’s not in production and is only a concept. It’s made out of 6 thin planks of wood, and each plank is so thin it flexes and bends as you place books on them. I’ve embedded a video demonstration below which is well worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | [via: Colossal]

Watch:
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Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn
I love this wonderful shelving idea however unfortunately for myself and every one of us it’s not in production and is only a concept. It’s made out of 6 thin planks of wood, and each plank is so thin it flexes and bends as you place books on them. I’ve embedded a video demonstration below which is well worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | [via: Colossal]

Watch:
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Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn

I love this wonderful shelving idea however unfortunately for myself and every one of us it’s not in production and is only a concept. It’s made out of 6 thin planks of wood, and each plank is so thin it flexes and bends as you place books on them. I’ve embedded a video demonstration below which is well worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | [via: Colossal]

Watch:

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Astronaut Bed Sheets by Snurk
I stumble upon so many things that I wish I had as a child growing up and this is definitely another addition to that never ending list. These irrefutably cool space suit sheets let you dream far beyond the stars as your float through infinity, while never leaving the comfort of your own bed. Now that’s something I think we all need in life.

Artists: | Website | [via: 81m80]
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Astronaut Bed Sheets by Snurk
I stumble upon so many things that I wish I had as a child growing up and this is definitely another addition to that never ending list. These irrefutably cool space suit sheets let you dream far beyond the stars as your float through infinity, while never leaving the comfort of your own bed. Now that’s something I think we all need in life.

Artists: | Website | [via: 81m80]
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Astronaut Bed Sheets by Snurk

I stumble upon so many things that I wish I had as a child growing up and this is definitely another addition to that never ending list. These irrefutably cool space suit sheets let you dream far beyond the stars as your float through infinity, while never leaving the comfort of your own bed. Now that’s something I think we all need in life.

Artists: | Website | [via: 81m80]

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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant

You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]

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Pharaoh Pendent Light by Hulger for Lightyears
Using the Plumen 001 light bulb these awesome pendent lights appear to be reflective and mirror light when switched off but when illuminated they become transparent and the light source becomes clearly visible. Oddly they make me think of those one way mirrors used my police when interrogating suspects, which I always thought were cool as a child growing up, maybe that’s why these seem so appealing to me.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]
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Pharaoh Pendent Light by Hulger for Lightyears
Using the Plumen 001 light bulb these awesome pendent lights appear to be reflective and mirror light when switched off but when illuminated they become transparent and the light source becomes clearly visible. Oddly they make me think of those one way mirrors used my police when interrogating suspects, which I always thought were cool as a child growing up, maybe that’s why these seem so appealing to me.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]
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Pharaoh Pendent Light by Hulger for Lightyears
Using the Plumen 001 light bulb these awesome pendent lights appear to be reflective and mirror light when switched off but when illuminated they become transparent and the light source becomes clearly visible. Oddly they make me think of those one way mirrors used my police when interrogating suspects, which I always thought were cool as a child growing up, maybe that’s why these seem so appealing to me.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]
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Pharaoh Pendent Light by Hulger for Lightyears
Using the Plumen 001 light bulb these awesome pendent lights appear to be reflective and mirror light when switched off but when illuminated they become transparent and the light source becomes clearly visible. Oddly they make me think of those one way mirrors used my police when interrogating suspects, which I always thought were cool as a child growing up, maybe that’s why these seem so appealing to me.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]
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Pharaoh Pendent Light by Hulger for Lightyears

Using the Plumen 001 light bulb these awesome pendent lights appear to be reflective and mirror light when switched off but when illuminated they become transparent and the light source becomes clearly visible. Oddly they make me think of those one way mirrors used my police when interrogating suspects, which I always thought were cool as a child growing up, maybe that’s why these seem so appealing to me.

Artists: | Website[via: DesignBoom]

(Source: myedol.com)

Ping Pong Pool Party by Red Paper Heart
Water isn’t known to be the greatest projection surface for obvious reasons, but if you introduce 65,000 ping pong balls into the equation you create a rather immersive interactive experience. The animations which are projected on the pools surface react and move in time with the music and the noises of the environment. Pool parties are notorious for having more people standing than swimming, so giving party goers the ability to swim through animations definitely made the pool more inviting. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the animations in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

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Ping Pong Pool Party by Red Paper Heart
Water isn’t known to be the greatest projection surface for obvious reasons, but if you introduce 65,000 ping pong balls into the equation you create a rather immersive interactive experience. The animations which are projected on the pools surface react and move in time with the music and the noises of the environment. Pool parties are notorious for having more people standing than swimming, so giving party goers the ability to swim through animations definitely made the pool more inviting. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the animations in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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Ping Pong Pool Party by Red Paper Heart
Water isn’t known to be the greatest projection surface for obvious reasons, but if you introduce 65,000 ping pong balls into the equation you create a rather immersive interactive experience. The animations which are projected on the pools surface react and move in time with the music and the noises of the environment. Pool parties are notorious for having more people standing than swimming, so giving party goers the ability to swim through animations definitely made the pool more inviting. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the animations in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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Ping Pong Pool Party by Red Paper Heart
Water isn’t known to be the greatest projection surface for obvious reasons, but if you introduce 65,000 ping pong balls into the equation you create a rather immersive interactive experience. The animations which are projected on the pools surface react and move in time with the music and the noises of the environment. Pool parties are notorious for having more people standing than swimming, so giving party goers the ability to swim through animations definitely made the pool more inviting. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the animations in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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Ping Pong Pool Party by Red Paper Heart
Water isn’t known to be the greatest projection surface for obvious reasons, but if you introduce 65,000 ping pong balls into the equation you create a rather immersive interactive experience. The animations which are projected on the pools surface react and move in time with the music and the noises of the environment. Pool parties are notorious for having more people standing than swimming, so giving party goers the ability to swim through animations definitely made the pool more inviting. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the animations in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

Watch:
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Ping Pong Pool Party by Red Paper Heart

Water isn’t known to be the greatest projection surface for obvious reasons, but if you introduce 65,000 ping pong balls into the equation you create a rather immersive interactive experience. The animations which are projected on the pools surface react and move in time with the music and the noises of the environment. Pool parties are notorious for having more people standing than swimming, so giving party goers the ability to swim through animations definitely made the pool more inviting. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the animations in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: Visual News]

Watch:

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The World’s Strongest Artificial Tornado by UNStudio
Found in the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, this impressive feat of architecture has a rather surprising purpose. The 34.4 meter high tornado is spectacular to behold, and is found in the Guinness Book of Records, but it is in fact built to quickly and effectively remove smoke from the building in the event of a fire. A video is embedded below to show the tornado in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: wherecoolthingshappen]

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The World’s Strongest Artificial Tornado by UNStudio
Found in the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, this impressive feat of architecture has a rather surprising purpose. The 34.4 meter high tornado is spectacular to behold, and is found in the Guinness Book of Records, but it is in fact built to quickly and effectively remove smoke from the building in the event of a fire. A video is embedded below to show the tornado in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: wherecoolthingshappen]

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The World’s Strongest Artificial Tornado by UNStudio
Found in the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, this impressive feat of architecture has a rather surprising purpose. The 34.4 meter high tornado is spectacular to behold, and is found in the Guinness Book of Records, but it is in fact built to quickly and effectively remove smoke from the building in the event of a fire. A video is embedded below to show the tornado in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: wherecoolthingshappen]

Watch:
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The World’s Strongest Artificial Tornado by UNStudio

Found in the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, this impressive feat of architecture has a rather surprising purpose. The 34.4 meter high tornado is spectacular to behold, and is found in the Guinness Book of Records, but it is in fact built to quickly and effectively remove smoke from the building in the event of a fire. A video is embedded below to show the tornado in action.

Artists: | Website | [via: wherecoolthingshappen]

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Mandala No.1 by Willowlamp
Inspired by Islamic patterns this giant light sculpture would truly be a sight to behold in any building. Created by Willowlamp, the South African company based in Cape Town specialise in creating grandiose lighting structures that center around complex interlocking geometry.






Artists: | Website | [via: Yellowtrace]
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Mandala No.1 by Willowlamp
Inspired by Islamic patterns this giant light sculpture would truly be a sight to behold in any building. Created by Willowlamp, the South African company based in Cape Town specialise in creating grandiose lighting structures that center around complex interlocking geometry.






Artists: | Website | [via: Yellowtrace]
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Mandala No.1 by Willowlamp
Inspired by Islamic patterns this giant light sculpture would truly be a sight to behold in any building. Created by Willowlamp, the South African company based in Cape Town specialise in creating grandiose lighting structures that center around complex interlocking geometry.






Artists: | Website | [via: Yellowtrace]
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Mandala No.1 by Willowlamp
Inspired by Islamic patterns this giant light sculpture would truly be a sight to behold in any building. Created by Willowlamp, the South African company based in Cape Town specialise in creating grandiose lighting structures that center around complex interlocking geometry.






Artists: | Website | [via: Yellowtrace]
Zoom Info

Mandala No.1 by Willowlamp

Inspired by Islamic patterns this giant light sculpture would truly be a sight to behold in any building. Created by Willowlamp, the South African company based in Cape Town specialise in creating grandiose lighting structures that center around complex interlocking geometry.

Artists: | Website | [via: Yellowtrace]

(Source: myedol.com)

Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède

By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]

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Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
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Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
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Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
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Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
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Room Portraits by Menno Aden

Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.

“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”

Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]

(Source: myedol.com)

Photography of Stockholm’s Metro Station by Alexander Dragunov
I’ve seen images of Stockholm’s magnificent metro system before, but I recently found these incredible images by Alexander Dragunov which really display the awe inspiring nature of the art work covering every wall. Around 90 stations within the city are hosting various works by almost 150 artists, which results in a 110km art exhibition that’s easily accessible to all.









Artists: | Website | [via: Demilked]
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Photography of Stockholm’s Metro Station by Alexander Dragunov
I’ve seen images of Stockholm’s magnificent metro system before, but I recently found these incredible images by Alexander Dragunov which really display the awe inspiring nature of the art work covering every wall. Around 90 stations within the city are hosting various works by almost 150 artists, which results in a 110km art exhibition that’s easily accessible to all.









Artists: | Website | [via: Demilked]
Zoom Info
Photography of Stockholm’s Metro Station by Alexander Dragunov
I’ve seen images of Stockholm’s magnificent metro system before, but I recently found these incredible images by Alexander Dragunov which really display the awe inspiring nature of the art work covering every wall. Around 90 stations within the city are hosting various works by almost 150 artists, which results in a 110km art exhibition that’s easily accessible to all.









Artists: | Website | [via: Demilked]
Zoom Info
Photography of Stockholm’s Metro Station by Alexander Dragunov
I’ve seen images of Stockholm’s magnificent metro system before, but I recently found these incredible images by Alexander Dragunov which really display the awe inspiring nature of the art work covering every wall. Around 90 stations within the city are hosting various works by almost 150 artists, which results in a 110km art exhibition that’s easily accessible to all.









Artists: | Website | [via: Demilked]
Zoom Info

Photography of Stockholm’s Metro Station by Alexander Dragunov

I’ve seen images of Stockholm’s magnificent metro system before, but I recently found these incredible images by Alexander Dragunov which really display the awe inspiring nature of the art work covering every wall. Around 90 stations within the city are hosting various works by almost 150 artists, which results in a 110km art exhibition that’s easily accessible to all.

Artists: | Website | [via: Demilked]

(Source: myedol.com)

Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad 
Created out of plastic this interesting shelving system really messes with your mind. Simple to assemble and use, the different colours and angles makes it hard to comprehend what you’re really looking at. Is it flat or three dimensional? Can it even be used as a shelf? It really is hard to say when viewing it from the front.






Artist: | Website | [via: iGNANT]
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Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad 
Created out of plastic this interesting shelving system really messes with your mind. Simple to assemble and use, the different colours and angles makes it hard to comprehend what you’re really looking at. Is it flat or three dimensional? Can it even be used as a shelf? It really is hard to say when viewing it from the front.






Artist: | Website | [via: iGNANT]
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Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad 
Created out of plastic this interesting shelving system really messes with your mind. Simple to assemble and use, the different colours and angles makes it hard to comprehend what you’re really looking at. Is it flat or three dimensional? Can it even be used as a shelf? It really is hard to say when viewing it from the front.






Artist: | Website | [via: iGNANT]
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Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad 
Created out of plastic this interesting shelving system really messes with your mind. Simple to assemble and use, the different colours and angles makes it hard to comprehend what you’re really looking at. Is it flat or three dimensional? Can it even be used as a shelf? It really is hard to say when viewing it from the front.






Artist: | Website | [via: iGNANT]
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Imeüble by Bjørn Jørund Blikstad 

Created out of plastic this interesting shelving system really messes with your mind. Simple to assemble and use, the different colours and angles makes it hard to comprehend what you’re really looking at. Is it flat or three dimensional? Can it even be used as a shelf? It really is hard to say when viewing it from the front.

Artist: | Website | [via: iGNANT]

(Source: myedol.com)

Ballpoint Wallpaper by Alissia Melka-Teichroew
Created for ROLLOUT  custom wallpapers, these playful wallpaper designs were presented during ICFF 2012 and are a cheeky nod to childhood misadventures. I’d love to have one of these graphics in my room, and there’s several other designs that can be found using the links provided below.







Artists: | Website |  [via: designboom]
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Ballpoint Wallpaper by Alissia Melka-Teichroew
Created for ROLLOUT  custom wallpapers, these playful wallpaper designs were presented during ICFF 2012 and are a cheeky nod to childhood misadventures. I’d love to have one of these graphics in my room, and there’s several other designs that can be found using the links provided below.







Artists: | Website |  [via: designboom]
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Ballpoint Wallpaper by Alissia Melka-Teichroew
Created for ROLLOUT  custom wallpapers, these playful wallpaper designs were presented during ICFF 2012 and are a cheeky nod to childhood misadventures. I’d love to have one of these graphics in my room, and there’s several other designs that can be found using the links provided below.







Artists: | Website |  [via: designboom]
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Ballpoint Wallpaper by Alissia Melka-Teichroew
Created for ROLLOUT  custom wallpapers, these playful wallpaper designs were presented during ICFF 2012 and are a cheeky nod to childhood misadventures. I’d love to have one of these graphics in my room, and there’s several other designs that can be found using the links provided below.







Artists: | Website |  [via: designboom]
Zoom Info

Ballpoint Wallpaper by Alissia Melka-Teichroew

Created for ROLLOUT  custom wallpapers, these playful wallpaper designs were presented during ICFF 2012 and are a cheeky nod to childhood misadventures. I’d love to have one of these graphics in my room, and there’s several other designs that can be found using the links provided below.

Artists: | Website | [via: designboom]

(Source: myedol.com)

Toledo Metro Station by Oscar Tusquets Blanca
Voted "The most impressive underground railway station in Europe" by the Daily Telegraph, this immense train station has every surface transformed by a blue sea of bisazza mosaics with a portal to the sky above. This is part of a larger project to transform the metro system in Napoli with large scale art installations created by an array of artists.






Artists: | Website | [via: 123 Inspiration]
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Toledo Metro Station by Oscar Tusquets Blanca
Voted "The most impressive underground railway station in Europe" by the Daily Telegraph, this immense train station has every surface transformed by a blue sea of bisazza mosaics with a portal to the sky above. This is part of a larger project to transform the metro system in Napoli with large scale art installations created by an array of artists.






Artists: | Website | [via: 123 Inspiration]
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Toledo Metro Station by Oscar Tusquets Blanca
Voted "The most impressive underground railway station in Europe" by the Daily Telegraph, this immense train station has every surface transformed by a blue sea of bisazza mosaics with a portal to the sky above. This is part of a larger project to transform the metro system in Napoli with large scale art installations created by an array of artists.






Artists: | Website | [via: 123 Inspiration]
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Toledo Metro Station by Oscar Tusquets Blanca
Voted "The most impressive underground railway station in Europe" by the Daily Telegraph, this immense train station has every surface transformed by a blue sea of bisazza mosaics with a portal to the sky above. This is part of a larger project to transform the metro system in Napoli with large scale art installations created by an array of artists.






Artists: | Website | [via: 123 Inspiration]
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Toledo Metro Station by Oscar Tusquets Blanca

Voted "The most impressive underground railway station in Europe" by the Daily Telegraph, this immense train station has every surface transformed by a blue sea of bisazza mosaics with a portal to the sky above. This is part of a larger project to transform the metro system in Napoli with large scale art installations created by an array of artists.

Artists: | Website | [via: 123 Inspiration]

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Batman Hotel Suite by Eden Hotel, Taiwan
This amazing Batman inspired hotel suite is located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan and has quite literally had every item in the room “Batified”, for lack of a better word. The room isn’t too costly either, and costs $50 for 3 hours because bizarrely the hotel have decided to rent the room in 3 hour segments rather than entire nights, but hey, it’s a Batman room.

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Batman Hotel Suite by Eden Hotel, Taiwan
This amazing Batman inspired hotel suite is located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan and has quite literally had every item in the room “Batified”, for lack of a better word. The room isn’t too costly either, and costs $50 for 3 hours because bizarrely the hotel have decided to rent the room in 3 hour segments rather than entire nights, but hey, it’s a Batman room.

Artists: | Website | [via: WhereCoolThingsHappen]
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Batman Hotel Suite by Eden Hotel, Taiwan
This amazing Batman inspired hotel suite is located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan and has quite literally had every item in the room “Batified”, for lack of a better word. The room isn’t too costly either, and costs $50 for 3 hours because bizarrely the hotel have decided to rent the room in 3 hour segments rather than entire nights, but hey, it’s a Batman room.

Artists: | Website | [via: WhereCoolThingsHappen]
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Batman Hotel Suite by Eden Hotel, Taiwan
This amazing Batman inspired hotel suite is located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan and has quite literally had every item in the room “Batified”, for lack of a better word. The room isn’t too costly either, and costs $50 for 3 hours because bizarrely the hotel have decided to rent the room in 3 hour segments rather than entire nights, but hey, it’s a Batman room.

Artists: | Website | [via: WhereCoolThingsHappen]
Zoom Info

Batman Hotel Suite by Eden Hotel, Taiwan

This amazing Batman inspired hotel suite is located in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan and has quite literally had every item in the room “Batified”, for lack of a better word. The room isn’t too costly either, and costs $50 for 3 hours because bizarrely the hotel have decided to rent the room in 3 hour segments rather than entire nights, but hey, it’s a Batman room.

Artists: | Website | [via: WhereCoolThingsHappen]

(Source: myedol.com)

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