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Nestled in rocks above Kamala Beach in Phuket, Thailand, you will find Villa Amanzi, the ultimate luxury getaway. Designed by Original Vision architects, this six-bedroom residence features a 50 ft (15m) infinity pool and breathtaking views over the Andaman Sea. The defining elements of the luxury retreat are the rock and the view. They resonate at every juncture, including in the living room areas, gardens, and bedrooms.
Tijuana Time Stephen Martin is touting a funky-themed Tex-Mex restaurant chain as his way of beating back the recession. And get this: he's even growing sales and opening new stores. Stephen Martin is as meticulous as they come, right down to his neatly cropped mustache, pressed shirts and dapper khaki shorts. So why is Martin, the onetime head of operations for half of a $200 million restaurant company, allowing and encouraging the staff of his Tex-Mex themed restaurants in Pinellas and Sarasota counties to wear visible tattoos and body earrings to work?
Creative studio Taylor James made these unbelievably realistic images that look like they're straight out of a science fiction movie! In the first set, a beautiful brunette sheds her old body similar to that of a snake. A dramatic, internal struggle takes place in the second series, while the third features beautiful women hatching from their shells.
Dessin et animation pour « Alphabets Heaven » Hello Bon, en ce moment, mes journées sont très chargées, pas une minute de répit mais j’en profite quand même pour présenter la toute dernière création de Renata Gasiorowska, une illustratrice venue tout droit de Pologne.
Horses Gonna Horse Last time we caught up with Aled Lewis he was making us laugh with his mischievous 8-bit characters and now he's practically making us roll on the floor with these funny plastic toys! It's all part of Make Something 365 , a self-initiated project where he attempts to create something every day of the year. (See a selection of his ongoing 2011 work here .) While visiting toy stores, he became fascinated by all the detail in rigid plastic toys so he decided to start this series. "Most of them are very banal and uninteresting - but it's that banality juxtaposed with an unusual or subversive context that makes them fun," he tells us.