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These 3D Printed Rings Let You Sport Your Favorite LEGO Brick As Jewelry

These 3D Printed Rings Let You Sport Your Favorite LEGO Brick As Jewelry

What happens when those LEGO nerds of the 90s grow up and learn about 3D printing? They start custom building all the little pieces LEGO doesn’t officially offer.

Take this customizable ring for example. Invented by HintLab, the ring places LEGO bricks on a silver band, making it easy to switch out the brick piece to match your mood.

"We hope our rings can be a kind reminder to keep your inner-child run and roam free," HintLab says of the project,  "Because after all, the most sophisticated people we know – inside they are all children."

Check out the HintLab shop to find the perfect fit.

Because after all, the most sophisticated people we know – inside they
are all children.

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These 3D Printed Rings Let You Sport Your Favorite LEGO Brick As Jewelry

These 3D Printed Rings Let You Sport Your Favorite LEGO Brick As Jewelry

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Warm Up Your Ambience With These Hand-Felted Wool Lamps

Warm Up Your Ambience With These Hand-Felted Wool Lamps

These felted wool lamps by Ekaterina Galera add warm ambiance and creative flair to any space!

These unique lamps are handmade in France from 100% natural merino wool. They’re battery powered and give off a warm, golden light.

Ekaterina Galera’s lamp collection includes whimsical options like cloud, paper bag, flower garland, and moon inspired designs. Whether you’re preparing for a holiday or just trying to spruce up your space, you really can’t go wrong with one of these cozy lamps.

See the whole collection on Etsy here.

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Warm Up Your Ambience With These Hand-Felted Wool Lamps

Warm Up Your Ambience With These Hand-Felted Wool Lamps

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Elegant, Baroque-Style Portraits That Highlight The Beauty Of Black Girl’s Hair

Elegant, Baroque-Style Portraits That Highlight The Beauty Of Black Girl’s Hair

AfroArt is a series by Creative Soul Photography that showcases the beauty and versatility of afro hair.

Creative Soul is a photography duo made up of husband and wife Regis and Kahran. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the team specializes in creative storytelling through their imaginative photography.

In this series, the team nods to Baroque-era portraiture to capture the beauty of young black girls.

We feel that it is so important for kids of color to be able to see
positive images that look like them in the media.

Stories like this are important to show so that we can shatter the
current standards of beauty.

"We feel that it is so important for kids of color to be able to see positive images that look like them in the media," they say. "Unfortunately the lack of diversity often plays into the stereotypes that they are not “good enough” and often forces kids to have low self-esteem."

"We try to combat these stereotypes in our photography by showing diverse imagery of kids who love the skin they’re in, their own natural curls and their culture. Stories like this are important to show so that we can shatter the current standards of beauty."

Follow Creative Soul Photography on Instagram for more of their incredible portraits.

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Elegant, Baroque-Style Portraits That Highlight The Beauty Of Black Girl’s Hair

Elegant, Baroque-Style Portraits That Highlight The Beauty Of Black Girl’s Hair

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Poetic Photos Of Egypt’s Forgotten Palaces

Poetic Photos Of Egypt’s Forgotten Palaces

Dust is a photographic tour of Egypt’s forgotten architecture.

Shot by Russian-Swedish photographer Xenia Nikolskaya, the series highlights elegant mansions and homes that look right at home in Paris. These are leftover from the building boom that swept the nation between 1860 and 1940 under colonial rule.

These homes were vacated in the 1960s after a new regime enacted a disastrous rent-control policy. After the owners left, most of the lavish buildings fell into disrepair.

Nikolskaya spent five years hunting down and documenting these decaying relics with poetic portraits. The spaces are lonely and surreal, eerily echoing years of past history.

You can also follow Nikolskaya on Instagram. Expect all kinds of odd and fascinating shots from her day-to-day life in Egypt including a mummy selfies.

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Poetic Photos Of Egypt’s Forgotten Palaces

Poetic Photos Of Egypt’s Forgotten Palaces

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You’ll Fall In Love With This Luxurious Line Of Cat Furniture From Japan

You’ll Fall In Love With This Luxurious Line Of Cat Furniture From Japan

This adorable line of cat furniture is handmade in Japan, representing some of the finest craftsmanship in the feline furniture world.

Available through Okawa Kagu, this line of miniatures features a cat-sized bed and couch. All pieces are made entirely of wood, designed with the intent of enriching home life with high-quality goods.

Your cat will fall in love with this furniture. And if you’re lucky, they might just fall in love with you, too. Although you know how fickle cat love is– you’ll have to keep buying them fancy gifts if you want that love forever.

Find more cat furniture here.

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Japan Presents A Luxurious Line Of Hand-Crafted Furniture For Your Favorite Cat

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A Photographic Tour Of North Korea’s Airline That Only Flies To Two Destinations

A Photographic Tour Of North Korea’s Airline That Only Flies To Two Destinations

Air Koryo is a government-owned airline in North Korea that only flies to two locations.

Shot by Dutch photographer Arthur Mebius, ‘Dear Flight’ gives us a peek inside the day-to-day routine of the crew who manages these Soviet-era planes.

This peculiar airline is a time capsule from 40 years ago. Out-date yet dependable, Air Koryo is a symbol of North Korean pride. The elegant interior sets a stylish backdrop for the sharp uniforms of the airline crew.

"I was simply struck by the love for flying," Mebius says of his experience. "My intention was to picture the dedication of the crews I saw there and tell the story of the people and their planes.”

As you can see in the photos, Air Koryo isn’t particularly crowded. This is due to a series of international sanctions and environmental restrictions. The planes are only permitted fly to China and Vladivostok, and most of the planes are too old for international flights anyway, but the crew is still kept at the ready, an aging symbol of national pride.

Mebius produced a book from these trips to North Korea which you can find here.

Via Plain

A Photographic Tour Of North Korea’s Airline That Only Flies To Two Destinations

A Photographic Tour Of North Korea’s Airline That Only Flies To Two Destinations

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Famous Historical Figures Re-Imagined As Dogs & Cats

Famous Historical Figures Re-Imagined As Dogs & Cats

Immensely talented illustrator Christina Hess, has a deep passion for history and all things furry – which although sounds like a strange combination, has lead to an incredible series of portraits.

Titled ‘Animals From History’, she’s taken some of the revered figures throughout history (Napoleon, Cleopatra even Elvis Presley) and re-imagined them as different animals and breeds. It’s stylishly done, visually enthralling and certainly more than a little giggle-worthy.

Much of my work focuses on nature, animals and people. I enjoy incorporating detail an decorative elements into the work I create!

Her book has successfully been funded on Kickstarter, but whilst it’s being completed, you can always head over to her Etsy store where you can get hold of prints and more goodies from her incredible work. 

Below are a few of our personal favourites from the series itself!

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Famous Historical Figures Re-Imagined As Dogs & Cats

Famous Historical Figures Re-Imagined As Dogs & Cats

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Behold: A Collection Of The Most Ridiculous Fake Campsites On Instagram

Behold: A Collection Of The Most Ridiculous Fake Campsites On Instagram

You Did Not Sleep There is a satirical series that pokes fun at the common cliches of staged campsites on Instagram.

Curated by Luisa Jeffery, this is your one-stop-shop for some of the illogical campsites of all time! There’s no way these people were really perching on the side of floating icebergs to spend the night.

What sparked this hilarious series?

"While on a rafting trip my friend suggested we set up a tent just to get a shot for Poler," Jeffery says. "Once we got home, I started noticing how absurd some of the photos circulating Instagram were and it all happened from there."

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Once the curtain had been pulled back, she couldn’t help but notice the patterns emerge.

“It’s not about being wrong or right at all, it’s just about calling out clichés and making people laugh,” she says. “I have never taken this that seriously.”

Which cliché is Jeffery most tired of?

“Feet out the tent and a lit up tent at night under a billion stars,” she says.

Follow her hilarious feed here.

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Behold: A Collection Of The Most Ridiculous Fake Campsites On Instagram

Behold: A Collection Of The Most Ridiculous Fake Campsites On Instagram

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Fascinating Before-And-After Photos Showing How College Students Aged Over 17 Years

Fascinating Before-And-After Photos Showing How College Students Aged Over 17 Years

"Reunion" is a portrait series by Josephine Sittenfeld that shows how people age over a 16 year period.

The series got it’s start when Sittenfeld was a junior at Princeton University. She used a medium-format film to capture portraits of her friends. These photos sat in her parents’ attic for years until the 15-year reunion rolled around.

That was the moment she decided to create the series.

Armed with the photos from 2000, she began tracking down her long-lost classmates at the reunion and photographing them in the exact same pose. The results are a series of diptychs revealing exactly how 16 years can change a person.

Find more of Sittenfeld’s work here.


Via The New Yorker

Fascinating Before-And-After Photos Showing How College Students Aged Over 17 Years

Fascinating Before-And-After Photos Showing How College Students Aged Over 17 Years

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This Artist Makes Incredible Sculptures From Useless, Old Books

This Artist Makes Incredible Sculptures From Useless, Old Books

These sculptures by Long-Bin Chen look like they’ve been carved from wood or stone.

But if you look a little closer, you’ll notice something odd. The sculptures aren’t made from natural material at all. Instead, they’re carved out of paper from old books and catalogs.

Chen’s work speaks about waste and recycling. By using something as useless as a phone book, he breathes new life into trash and paper waste. Inanimate objects are carved into sculptures of cultural icons or swirling towers, giving them a second chance.

Find more of Chen’s work here.

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This Artist Makes Incredible Sculptures From Useless, Old Books

This Artist Makes Incredible Sculptures From Useless, Old Books

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