If you happen to be one of those who literally can’t stand the struggle of always messing with your eyeliner, then you are going to hate these pictures. Why? Simply because the eyeliner game seemed to have become really strong. In case you are actually a makeup artist then these ones are the perfect challenge for you.
Humans always find new ways to live life. This can br proved if you take a look on what we how humanity has evolved throughout the centuries. This is due to some genous inventions humans created that have utterly changed the quality of our lives. Well, on the other hand, we have also made some bizzare inventions that are actually pretty clever!
When we hear the word ‘chapel’ we automatically imagine a church-like building, where small weddings are taking place (just exclude Sistine Chapel). This particular chapel has nothing in common with the way common chapels are built.This one is more like a luxurious destination for couples who want to get married, but want to do it with more style and champagne. Some people consider a wedding a mystery and some others an event. I will stay neutral and just present to you this magnificent chapel!
Fashion is something women from all around the world definitely love following all the time. Since it has the habit of changing every so often, we understand there are too many fashion trends on this Earth. In fact, many of them are just… ”too much” but people still love trying them – even if they regret it a few years later!
1. Rainbow hair roots.
Okay, I can see why this is a popular trend as it looks quite pretty on hair. But girl- what will it look like when your hair roots grow?
2. Glitter hair roots!
I can’t imagine the struggle of attempting to take it off.
Fernando Botero is a painter and sculptor that was born in the hometown of Pablo Escobar, Medellin, Colombia. His unique style, known as ‘Boterismo’, is described by figures of abnormally big or exaggerated size and shape, which based on the occasion is either a political criticism or humorous depiction. Botero is one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century and I thought that it would only be right to dedicate a piece to his artistic vision.
1. His star started to sign early on his career when he won the first prize at the Salón de Artistas Colombianos in 1958.
2. For most of his active years he has worked from Paris and in the past three decades he has achieved international recognition.
3. World renowned museums, art collections and private collectors are on a mission to collect as many of his paintings as possible.
4. His work was first exhibited in 1948. The next two years he spent his time working as a set designer before moving to Bogota in 1951.
Chiatura, a city in Western Georgia, is best known for the booming mining business from 1879, when it was first discovered that its grounds were full of manganese oxide, until the end of the Soviet times. By 1989 Chiatura had a population of 30,000, most of which were working in the mining business. In 1954 Stalin ordered the construction of an aerial car network that would make the worker’s transportation way easier and faster up the mines. Today, these cable cars are still hanging on their ropes.
During Soviet times, 60% of the world amount of manganese ore was drawn from Chiatura’s mines.
The mines employed 4,000 workers and had them working for 18 hours a day with very small breaks.
The earliest cable cars were built in 1954 and most of them are now out of use with only a few still operating.
Back in time, 17 individual ropeways were in use transfering workers to the mines and it is said that all of them will be retired by the end of 2017.
Haven’t we all carved our names onto a tree thinking how incredible it will be to go back at that tree years later and see our name still there? Romanian artist Gabi Rizea has taken the wood sculpture art to another level, reminding us of Jeffrey Michael Samudosky and his magnificent Fallen Redwood Octopus Sculpture. I strongly believe that if you are going to cut down a tree, at least find a way to turn it into a piece of art and excuse yourself for your action.
Gabi Rizea is a 42-year-old artist, who discovered his love and talent on wood sculptures only three years ago.
He is working as a forest engineer, so he knows how to work a chainsaw better than anyone.
He decided to turn to wood carving and save dozens of old trees from complete destruction after being cut down.
Carving a face onto a tree stump was his first serious effort to create a sculpture with his chainsaw.
One of the few things that haven’t changed over the years is the fact that tables are completely straight surfaces. This is only a practical thing, since nothing can stay on an angled surface without falling on the ground. In the case of designer Urszula Ksiazkiewicz we come across the creation of a table that is not simply unstable. There is way more depth behind the design of the table and you are about to find out what I am talking about.
Urszula came up with this design because she believes that being attached with a lifeless object expands its life lifespan.
The two front feet of the table can kneel while you need to eat, do some work or simply rest your head on it.
So, instead of sitting on a higher chair to reach the table, the table comes to you and adjusts to your height.
The designer has also thought of how you can keep your things on the table without them following the rules of gravity.
The liquid element has always been popular and relaxing for people to watch. Maybe it’s because all human beings lived for the first nine months of their lives inside a belly full of liquids. This is not just a rough guess, it is a conclusion that was made as a result of research and phychological tests. But, enough with being all serious. This is a fun article about the most impressive fountains that can be found all around the world and there is not one person who won’t enjoy seeing them.
1. Water Boat Fountain in Valencia, Spain is located at Playa de la Malvarrosa and creates the illusion of a boat being in the middle of a rough sea.
2. The Mustangs Of Las Colinas in Texas, USA is a sculpture by Robert Glen and is said to be the largest equestrian sculpture in the world.
3. Banpo Bridge in Seoul, South Korea is the largest bridge fountain, entering the Guiness World Record with nearly 10,000 LED nozzles that run along both sides.
4. Vortex Fountain ‘Charybdis’ in Sunderland, UK was influenced by siren Charybdi who was hit by a thunderbolt by God Zeus.
If you ever pay a visit to Casa Ceramica’s showroom in Manchester, England you will be amazed by the entrance floor. They say that the entrance of a place marks how great its inner rooms will be. Like it happens with every beginning, you have to become interested from the very first steps, otherwise your interest may never arrive. This is exactly what Casa Ceramica did by creating the optical illusion of sinking at the entrance of their showroom.
For the project they were used 400 custom-cut tiles in order to create the desirable shape.
This optical illusion was created for two reasons, the first being to simply impress and leave everyone in awe.
The second reason is to prevent people from walking fast or even running. I guess they know what they’re doing.
The hallway was obviously inspired by the popular film and book of Alice in Wonderland.
It is not only churches that are allowed to have stained glass windows and doors. I don’t mean to say that it is some kind of rule, but we are just used to seeing stained glass windows in churches, although many people opt for them in their own houses. Where we definitely do not expect to see stained glass windows is at a cabin right in the middle of the woods. It’s just not something that we’ve seen before, so we can’t expect to see it.
Stain glass artist and jeweler Neile Copper wanted to create a small sanctuary in the woods.
Since she is a stain glass artist, she felt that this was an opportunity for her to showcase her art and use it effectively.
She built this cabin behind her home in Mohawk, New Jersey and placed her artwork all around the cabin.
The motifs of her work are mainly taken from natural elements, like birds, trees, butterflies etc.
Realism, surrealism, cubism, impressionism and abstract are some of the various art movements that may differ from one another in their technique, but have one very important characteristic in common: they all depict a real picture or event, but using a different road to tell their story and reveal their point of view. Realism is just the only movement that tells any kind of story by depicting it exactly as told, with no masking or covering.
Dino Tomic is a Croatian tattoo artist, who also makes realistic paintings in his free time.
He always takes an existing creature and sometimes inserts sci-fi and horror elements to his drawing.
In other cases, her paints an existing or imaginatory image trying to depict it as realistically as possible.
Dino is a person who sets a goal considering his artistic life and tries to reach it, no matter how long it will take.