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Neil Duerden - Portfolio | style/technology/design/substance: read + buy Pawel Nolbert on the Behance Network Acrylic on Flesh March 16th, 2010 Alexa Meade paints with acrylic on flesh (and clothing). So yeah, you could call them bodypaintings but they’re like nothing I’ve seen before. Stunning work! found via @jocabola SUPERLOVER.COM.AU - JUSTIN M. MALLER Tables Embedded with up to 5,800 Nails Sandback furniture out of New Hampshire has a new line of baked red oak tables embedded with various floral and geometric patterns created with up to 5,800 nails. (via design milk) DOSEprod > Music Artwork > Sam Hayles > Portfolio On-line

3D Portraits Made From Screws These 3D portraits by California-based artist, Andrew Myers are simply fascinating. They have been painstakingly created from thousands of screws. “Most people are drawn to the portraits because they have something different about them (from a distance especially). Seeing them in person is a whole different feel than seeing the photograph. They have a sense of depth that the photo can’t capture.” – Andrew Myers Hat tip to @David Airey / Original Source: My Modern Met Capetown Design Indaba Expo *notcot in design , 20:41 NOTCOT Note: Where would i be without incredible readers like Gillian Benjamin, who emailed in an incredible post submission covering the Capetown Design Indaba that ran from Saturday 23 February to Friday 29 February? (I am extremely impressed, she even created all these beautiful images to go with the post without any prompting!) Read on to see what design finds she discovered… Last week Cape Town was brimming with creative energy as the 5th annual Design Indaba Expo took place. Nic Bladen creates delicate casts of local vegetation called Fynbos (fine shrubbery). I loved Lyall Sprong’s range of “ambiguous, ordinary objects” that he created to challenge our pre-conceived ideas about materials. I’m not much of a jewelery person, but Tiffany Marx’s rock rings caught my eye. Frauke Stegmann is a graphic designer and ceramicist. For those who enjoy re-upholstering retro classics, you must check out Casamento. Tags: art - events - travel

Art by Typewriter British artist Keira Rathbone uses typewriters, instead of brushes and pencils, to create amazing portraits and drawings. Found on: Submitted by Joshua Riehl BIZ STUDIOS - publicité - création Internet - photographe - vosges - epinal The 8 world’s most prominent hyper-realist sculptors Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve - Luxury Lodge - Limpopo, Sou Top off a perfect meal under the stars with some delicious lemon crème brûlée. Perched on a South African hilltop overlooking a natural watering hole, the eight luxuriously appointed suites of Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve offer stunning views of African nature and wildlife before you even go on safari. Take a dip in your private heated stone plunge pool, lay back in your hammock, or stay behind the floor-to-ceiling windows in your air-conditioned suite - wherever you go, you're always treated to spectacular views of the legendary wildlife Africa is famous for. For closer views, head out into the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve with your guide in an open Land Rover and witness hippos splashing, lions roaring, leopards hunting, and all manner of creatures wandering the savanna. When you're hungry, treat yourself to a gourmet dining experience that always includes a special touch of Africa.

Dot: 360º video capture for the iPhone 4 by Jeff Glasse Hey Kickstarter-onians, Thanks for checking out our project! We call it Dot. It’s a stylish, durable and downright pocketable 360º (panoramic) lens attachment and app for the iPhone 4. What does it do? Dot lets your iPhone capture immersive, fully navigable, panoramic video in real-time - and share with friends on your phone, as well as on Facebook and Twitter, or streamed online using our awesome panoramic video web platform and player. Cool, right? We're excited too. But seriously, our secret beta testers have already had a lot of fun taking it to concerts, the park, on moped rides in Italy, and showing cramped apartments to mothers halfway around the world. So? We haven’t slept much. We’ve spent the past few months researching, designing, prototyping and coding. Let's do it! We’re excited to bring our cutting-edge (read: magical) panoramic technology to a much wider audience – and even more excited to see what you guys will do with it. Thanks for your support. Kogeto team

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