mymodernmet:

The Hanging Tent Company has created the roomoon, a sphere-shaped, portable tent that hangs from tree branches.

tect0nic:

The Boat Ramp by Bruce Aspley via 500px.
renrox:

Viva Las Vegas. Yulia Musieichuk for DARIUS Magazine. Photography: Ren Rox. Fashion: Kate Ruth. Hair: Peter Beckett. Makeup: Annabel Callum. 

renrox:

Viva Las Vegas. Yulia Musieichuk for DARIUS Magazine. Photography: Ren Rox. Fashion: Kate Ruth. Hair: Peter Beckett. Makeup: Annabel Callum. 

(via artvevo)

(Source: lightbones, via artvevo)

staceythinx:

Ocean Art Light-Up Jellies, Eerie Glowing Jellyfish for Swimming Pools

hideback:

Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)

Pacific Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Morris, San Francisco, 1945

VC Morris commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a gallery on Maiden Lane in San Francisco. While working together, Wright proposed this mansion for Morris’ dramatic lot in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood. Morris considered Wright’s first design (top) too elaborate. He asked Wright to dial it back. The bottom image shows the toned-down version haha. It was never built, and Morris’ Xanadu Gallery is Wright’s only San Francisco building.

(via visceral-surreality)

tierradentro:

“Book Transforming Itself into a Nude Woman”, Salvador Dalí.
#booksinart

tierradentro:

Book Transforming Itself into a Nude Woman”, Salvador Dalí.

#booksinart

europeanarchitecture:

Le scale di Palazzo Farnese (Caprarola) - architect Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola, Caprarola, Italy (by Adi Vastano)

europeanarchitecture:

Le scale di Palazzo Farnese (Caprarola) - architect Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola, Caprarola, Italy (by Adi Vastano)

(via acidadebranca)

pixography:

Shadow Chen

pixography:

Shadow Chen

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We often think of raindrops as spherical or tear-shaped, but, in reality, a falling droplet’s shape can be much more complicated. Large drops are likely to break up into smaller droplets before reaching the ground. This process is shown in the collage above. The initially spherical drops on the left are exposed to a continuous horizontal jet of air, similar to the situation they would experience if falling at terminal velocity. The drops first flatten into a pancake, then billow into a shape called a bag. The bags consists of a thin liquid sheet with a thicker rim of fluid around the edge. Like a soap bubble, a bag’s surface sheet ruptures quickly, producing a spray of fine droplets as surface tension pulls the damaged sheet apart. The thicker rim survives slightly longer until the Plateau-Rayleigh instability breaks it into droplets as well. (Image credit: V. Kulkarni and P. Sojka)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We often think of raindrops as spherical or tear-shaped, but, in reality, a falling droplet’s shape can be much more complicated. Large drops are likely to break up into smaller droplets before reaching the ground. This process is shown in the collage above. The initially spherical drops on the left are exposed to a continuous horizontal jet of air, similar to the situation they would experience if falling at terminal velocity. The drops first flatten into a pancake, then billow into a shape called a bag. The bags consists of a thin liquid sheet with a thicker rim of fluid around the edge. Like a soap bubble, a bag’s surface sheet ruptures quickly, producing a spray of fine droplets as surface tension pulls the damaged sheet apart. The thicker rim survives slightly longer until the Plateau-Rayleigh instability breaks it into droplets as well. (Image credit: V. Kulkarni and P. Sojka)

(Source: psychedelicway)

danielarsham:

I had a mentor once who told me that one of the greatest skills as a sculptor is to make one material look like another. 312 pounds of Aluminum transformed. (at Polich Tallix Art Foundry)

danielarsham:

I had a mentor once who told me that one of the greatest skills as a sculptor is to make one material look like another. 312 pounds of Aluminum transformed. (at Polich Tallix Art Foundry)