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Posts tagged with ‘Goobledogop’

  • 24K Gold Magic On Canvas

    By Michal Upchurch on April 25, 2017
    Conceptual artist, Lina Iris Viktor’s artwork just screams “I should be viewed in a famous art gallery or a million-dollar home with a grand foyer”. In fact, her masterpieces have been exhibited at the Harvard Arts Museum and Kentucky Museum of Arts & Craft. How can you not be captivated by her catalogue of three dimensional paintings that has her […]
  • Luxury High Rise that Simulate White Tree

    By admin on March 26, 2014
    Sou Fujimoto has designed a luxury high rise who’s structure resembles a large tree set to be built in Montpellier France. Boasting open balconies with fiberglass railings, the structure mimics an internal community with connecting stairways and open airy living spaces. It also spirals up to the sky with roofs looking like leaves and the apartments being the branches keeping […]
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  • Delicious Fashion by BCakeNY

    By admin on March 25, 2014
    Fashion never tasted so good! BCakeNY is blowing up from coast to coast with their exquisite details in designer cakes that also don’t slack on the taste. Hand made cakes are made by the request of the customer, and the end result is always splitting image of the real deal! You will be seeing Hermes purses, Jordan kicks, polo Shirts, […]
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  • Wearable Foods By Korean Artist Yeonju Sung

    By SP on May 1, 2013
    This alluring series of edible fashion by Korean artist, Yeonju Sung, is entirely constructed out of a variety of foods including eggplant, bananas, tomatoes, bread and bubble gum. Sung started the “Wearable Foods” series two years ago and it “deals with the concept of creating images that interchange the actual reality and the made-up reality.” Check out her site for […]
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  • Vietnam Unveils World’s Largest Fire-Breathing Dragon Bridge

    By SP on April 8, 2013
    To celebrate the 38th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, the world’s largest dragon-shaped bridge was constructed in Da Nang City, over the Han River. Costing around $85 million, this breathtaking bridge’s dragon head not only shoots out water, but also breathes fire. The bridge, designed to resemble dragons from Vietnamese folklore, measures a whopping 666 meters long, […]
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  • Alice + Olivia RTW Fall 2013 Collection

    By SP on February 13, 2013
    The theme for A+O’s recent collection was “Fantasy Street Style,” and it was nothing short of Stacey Bendet’s trademark style. She mixed whimsical, feminine pieces and toughened them up with studded leather, brocade and plaid. The contemporary line has also added bags and shoes that were all on display. It was difficult to pick out the best looks, so we’ve […]
  • A Small Contemporary Loft With Pops Of Colors

    By Michal Upchurch on February 5, 2013
    A little inspiration for anyone who is left with the daunting task of decorating a small space. Enjoy…xx  
  • At Home With Christian Louboutin

    By SP on January 16, 2013
    The Selby recently interviewed Christian Louboutin at his home and studio space in Paris. When asked why he started the red soles, he explained that red is the color of passion and that it serves as a “green light” when a woman with style is walking along, immediately attracting men. Mr Louboutin, who sketched and designed his first shoe at […]
  • Preview: Maison Martin Margiela for H&M

    By SP on October 22, 2012
    H&M’s recent collaboration with Belgium fashion house Maison Martin Margiela will include both womenswear and menswear. We are so ready for the avant garde pieces to hit the stores! Do you like what you see so far? Enjoy…xx
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  • Quinta Patino Home in Portugal Brings The Outdoors In

    By greghuntoon on October 15, 2012
    This gorgeous home in Quinta Patino, Portugal, was designed by FVArquitectos. From the outside looking in, it seems as if this structure stands out from its surroundings in a mildly disruptive fashion. But after pouring through the different angles, the home is draped with nature, literally. Living vegetation walls bring the outdoors inside the living spaces, and coupled with open […]