Green Leaves Powered Writer’s Shed By Matt Gibson Architecture + Design

Tiny shed designed for a writer by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design, located in Melbourne, Australia.

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Marvelous NSFW Female Portrait Photography By Darren Ankenman

Photographer Darren Ankenman has been shooting since 2004. Ankenman has a kind of naturalistic, documentary-like perspective in his fine art images, and it’s no surprise after having shot numerous documentaries for a long (and eclectic) list of celebrated clients, such as The Black Crowes, Jewel, Mick Jagger, and Bill Clinton among many others.

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This Soviet Carpet Beach Towel!

Because let’s face it: no beach outing is really complete without one.

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“Eating in Virtual Reality”: This Restaurant In Japan Fuses Food With Art For A New Immersive Experience

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Are you looking for a completely different dinner experience? This new restaurant near Yoyogi Park will most likely fit the bill: somewhat pompously described as a place ‘that will make your life more creative’, Tree by Naked promises a mishmash of virtual reality tech, projection mapping, lighting, music and, of course, a six-course dinner set to complete the tree-themed worldview.

Tree by Naked is the brainchild of Ryotaro Muramatsu, director of the design firm Naked Inc., which is known for its beautifully intricate digital mapping media work. The immersive experience takes place in a three-story building equipped with VR technology, projection mapping, lighting, music, and other artistic features on each floor. As visitors move through the building, they follow the “Scenes of Life” storyline in which a single tree grows from sprout to maturity.

The Best & Winning Entries To The iPhone Photography Awards 2018

Thousands of people from more than 140 countries submitted their iPhone pictures to the annual iPhone Photography Awards. Here’s a selection of the winning entries.

Displaced – Jashim Salam, Bangladesh, Grand Prize Winner, Photographer of the Year
“Rohingya children watching an awareness film about health and sanitation near Tangkhali refugee camp in Ukhiya.”

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These Doodles Explain Why Every Millennial Is Having A Tough Time Growing Up

Clare Kayden Hines is an illustrator who’s managed to nail our struggles perfectly. These amazing illustrations describe the life of us millennials right to the T.

Clare started drawing from a very young age. “I started drawing after I got my first dog, Buttercup,” she told Bored Panda. “I was 5 and I was so obsessed with her that all I wanted to do was draw her on every piece of paper I could find. I eventually expanded to drawing other subjects beyond dogs. I’ve taken a few drawing classes, but in general, I just doodled and drew for fun… mostly during class or boring meetings. Probably way too much. My classmates started noticing me drawing in class and would ask me to draw pictures of their dogs for them!”

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