Table Mountain is one of the most iconic parts of South Africa. This stunning flat-topped mountain is one of the first things that you see flying into Cape Town, and is one of the most photographed areas in all of Africa. Not just a great great custom backdrop to your photographs, Table Mountain has been featured in a number of films that have gone on to win some big awards in the movie industry.Continue reading
Mixed in with photographs of his scenic surroundings in Encinitas, California, artist and illustrator Carter Asmann shares whimsical interpretations of coffee stains on his Instagram account. Among his most impressive pieces are his graphite drawings of motorcycles and other vehicles that rest on drippy caffeinate circles. The contrast of his detailed renderings with the sloppy coffee tires never seems to get old. You can see more here, and coincidentally, illustrator Oliver Jeffers shared some of his own coffee stain drawings just yesterday.
Fantasy worlds collide in Steve Berrington’s delightful illustrations that depict Star Wars icon R2-D2 dressed up as superheroes from other realms. The lovable droid crosses Marvel, DC Comic and Lucasfilm lines to don a Superman cape, pick up Captain America’s shield and try on Wonder Woman’s tiara. But R2-D2 doesn’t only masquerade as other heroes. He is also re-imagined wearing the costumes of notorious villains such as the Joker.
It turns murals can decorate not only the walls, but also to update the floor, for example in the bathroom. Original flooring will make your bathroom unique. You can create a tropical beach under your feet, or even the depths of the sea with fish and sharks.
These wallpapers can take you to Africa or in Paris, ascend over the night of New York, or even to show you the space. These wallpapers are not only very thin, but they also do not form folds, do not rush and do not scratch. According to the manufacturer, stick them is also very easy, because They have a solid basis for a sticky back. Someone tried it? Is it really that looks good?
Actress Tippi Hedren and family at home with their 400-pound pet lion, Neil (1971)
Many people see art as something with many barriers to entry – maybe the materials are expensive, maybe you don’t have the space, or maybe you think it’s difficult, requiring many specialized tools. Sometimes that’s true, but the artists here have created incredible works using almost nothing but paper and scissors or knives.
I’m a traditional kind of gal but I have to admit, seeing the creative things people do with their Christmas trees this time of year really makes me want to try something unique. But did you know there’s a whole segment of people who make Christmas trees out of books?
Christmas Eve and Christmas morning are definitely not the only great things about this holiday: the whole Advent period is magical because of the anticipation and festive spirits. However, the Christmas mood won’t dawn on us unless we try to inspire it ourselves.