29 Animals Leave Their Creepy Skeletons Behind In These Dark Drawings By Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson, a British artist based in Toronto, creates dark pen and stunningly detailed -and-pencil drawings of various creatures using their skeletons and sometimes organs lifting from their bodies. The pictures of the insides appear more like mysterious anatomy lessons than roadkill, by treating them with respect. Jackson began drawing when he was 5 and…

Hanging Spherical Lodge in Treetops Retreat in the Forests of Laos

These lodgings that are non-traditional would enable people to discover and immerse themselves within the magnificent landscape close to the Nam Poung hamlet. Constructions like insect and bird nests inspired sleeping pods were suspended by these. The frameworks attached to nearby trees and are fixed via tight cords. They are made from lumber and bamboo,…

6 Smart Kitchen Gadgets You’ll Get Addicted To!

The intelligent house revolution has arrived. As the “Internet of Things” continues to enlarge and much more complex technology becomes available, the time is right for tech firms to start out pouring their resources into making our lives easier and more streamlined by making “intelligent” gadgets. For taking great advantage of the arrival of smart…

These Building Photos Will Fool You into Thinking They’re Abstract Paintings

While looking at this photographs by Roland Fischer it will come as no surprise that you’ll think these are abstract paintings or even optical illusions. This Munich- and Beijing-based photographer has an exceptional way of capturing breathtaking photos of building exteriors in his latest series called, Facades. He began this project 15 years ago, highlighting the bold…

15 Enchanting Dance Portraits Photography Made With Flour

Taking photographs is one thing, but taking a photograph that captures imagination and magic is another skill entirely. Photographer Alexander Yakovlev has taken some stunning dance photography that incorporates dancers in certain scene compositions – snapping them at their most expressive and enchanting time. Watching dancing is often brilliant to watch, but looking at dance photography…