When I started to write this article, first I had to pick category where this post will show up. But, that was the really difficult job. Why? It’s because, today I want to introduce you with one of my favorite and the biggest source of inspiration, and I can’t limit it on just one category. There are so many websites on the internet today , where you can find inexhaustible photo source, with tips, tricks, advices, etc…but for me the best is Pinterest. (you can follow me here ) .
A Time-lapse and stop motion is project created for the Hotel Elqui Domos in Pisco Elqui Chile. Over 6 months, 23,000+ photos and 300GB of time-lapse went into this project. Project is commissioned by Elqui Domos, Designed, shot, and edited by James Florio.
We’ve seen some impressive igloos and ice hotels, but have you ever seen a rainbow igloo? Engineering student Daniel Gray, aka daniboi22, constructed this magical ice cavern while on break at his girlfriend Kathleen Starrie’s house in Edmonton. The New Zealander was met by Starrie’s mother, Brigid Burton, who had been preparing for his stay at their home months in advance. She proposed a bit of a challenge for Gray that would entail building an igloo out of colorful ice blocks.
Unique buildings designed by Spanish artist and photographer Victor Enrich.
Realistic 3D renderings of upside down buildings and other eye-catching structures were inserted into the photos of the real world locations.
Architect Carlo Santambrogio has designed Santambrogiomilano, a project in glass with an exlusive character that allows unique pieces to integrate with all environments of daily life. To showcase his glass furnishings collection, which he has named Simplicity, he has designed twotransparentglassconcepthomes.