Architecture Student Bought a School Bus and Turned It Into Cozy Mobile Home As a graduate architecture student, Hank was tired of seeing architecture projects that never left the drawing board. So when it came time to come up with a final project, Hank did what was obviously the only logical solution – he bought an old school bus and, together with his brother and a friend, spent 14 weeks converting it into a modern, well-designed mobile home that can host up to 12 people complete with beds, a kitchen, a bathroom and two skylights. Most of the furniture in the bus is modular, so it can be moved, stowed away or converted to different functions. The queen-sized bed can be made into a seating or dining area, and most of these modular pieces of furniture also include storage space.
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Body Language Table Of Contents Introduction 1. Hurricane Rescue Story for Pet Lovers The story begins with the rescuers finding this poor little guy they named Ralphie that someone had already taken under their wing but weren't equipped to adopt; Ralphie, scared and nearly starved - joined the rescuers I wouldn't think anything could live thru this...but we were wrong this little lady survived that wreckage ...
Mike Matas - Roadtrip USA I’m the design lead for Paper, a new app from Facebook that lets you explore and share stories from friends and the world around you. Paper makes storytelling more beautiful with an immersive design and distraction-free layouts. Before joining Facebook I co-founded Push Pop Press, a digital publishing company that created Al Gore's interactive book Our Choice. Photographer's Girlfriend Leads Him Around the World My Modern Metropolis Photographer's Girlfriend Leads Him Around the World Photographer Murad Osmann creatively documents his travels around the world with his girlfriend leading the way in his ongoing series known as Follow Me To. Chronicling his adventures on Instagram, the Russian photographer composes each shot in a similar fashion.
Lefthandedness Being left-handed is like being in a secret club. We have our own bizarre initialization rituals, such as learning how to write "the wrong way." We pay our dues every day, in terms of the extra effort that we must make to live in a right-handed world. When we encounter another lefty, we immediately have something in common. The club is shrouded in secrecy, because we rarely mention the topic to our right-handed friends.
34 Test Answers That Are Completely Wrong But Totally Genius At The Same Time Not every one is born smart and gifted, but some of these kids are Einstein’s in disguise. Just look at their answers. The ability to think outside the box is a highly sought after skill, and a lot of these answers possess that. Alive Without Breath: Three Dimensional Animals Painted in Layers of Resin by Keng Lye Singapore-based artist Keng Lye creates near life-like sculptures of animals relying on little but paint, resin and a phenomenal sense of perspective. Lye slowly fills bowls, buckets, and boxes with alternating layers of acrylic paint and resin, creating aquatic animal life that looks so real it could almost pass for a photograph. The artist is using a technique very similar to Japanese painter Riusuke Fukahori who was featured on this blog a little over a year ago, though Lye seems to take things a step further by making his paint creations protrude from the surface, adding another level of dimension to a remarkable medium. See much more of this series titled Alive Without Breath over on deviantART. (via ian brooks) Update: I have some additional details from the artist that I’d like to add here, as this post seems to be getting a lot of attention.
Confessions 2012 Las Vegas, NV Interactive gallery installation in The Cosmopolitan that invites people to anonymously share their confessions and see the confessions of the people around them in the heart of the Las Vegas strip. Amidst casinos, restaurants and bars, Chang invited passersby to write confessions on wooden plaques in the privacy of confession booths. Chang arranged the anonymous plaques on the gallery walls like a Shinto shrine prayer wall, painted select responses on 4’x4’ canvases, and orchestrated the space with an original score by Oliver Blank. Advertisments News Techniques and Ideas We all know ads sells best. Yet, once you hit the store you will be hunting for two things: The product price and product package. In the following article we will show you list of world’s best product package designs from all around the world. When you decide for what you like, do not forgot to appreciate the work behind the designing and do not forget that it’s all about advertisements ideas. Fisherman rubber boots
Ted's Caving Page, with the story of his discovery in a local cave. Due to the overwhelming number of requests I have received to tell about my discoveries and bizarre experiences in a cave not far from my home, I have created this web page. I will outline the events that happened to me during the past few months. Beginning with my journey into a familiar cave in December 2000 and ending... well, it hasn't actually ended yet. I will use my caving journal as the text to tell about my recent experience.