Intimate Portraits of Sleeping Pregnant Couples by Russian Photographer Jana Romanova When Russian photographer Jana Romanova’s friends started getting married and having children, she started looking for a way to deal with this sudden change in her life. The product of her efforts was an extraordinarily intimate and tender portrait series of young sleeping pregnant couples called ‘Waiting’. Romanova started the series by shooting her pregnant friends as they slept. She said that the project began as a way to get used to the fact that all of her friends were getting pregnant and talking about how their lives would need to change for their children. She later expanded the project, contacting pregnant couples online.
Someone Invented Magic And It Is Freaking Us Out For more stories about ridiculous things, follow us on Facebook. - “I am so sick of my T-shirt getting wet whenever I pour a lot of liquid on it!” “I wish my iPhone 4 or 5 would not get so damaged every time I carefully place it at the bottom of a jug filled with water!” “My new white shoes have been stained by the chocolate sauce and mustard I squeezed on them earlier! What gives?!” “This cardboard box I chose to hold all of the water is just not doing a great job of it! Handmade 2013 Concrete Tupperware containers by Philippe Malouin and Tupperware Canadian designer, Philippe Malouin, has been experimenting with architectural materials for a long time. Working with Will Yates, a fellow designer at his studio, he has created a range of concrete Tupperware-moulded containers.
VIDEO: Amazing Recycled Bicycle Machines Bicycle recycling is nothing new. But a Guatemalan nonprofit is turning trashed bicycle parts into innovative, electricity-free machines that you have to see to believe. Based in San Andrés Itzapa, Guatemala, Maya Pedal Asociación accepts donated bikes from the U.S. and Canada, which volunteers either recondition to sell or break down to create a range of pedal-powered machines called Bicimáquinas. A beautiful natural home, "harmful to the rural character of the locality" say Council Finally, Charlie had been living with his partner Megan in a damp caravan for the past 4 years. With a baby on the way Charlie felt he had no choice but to build his house without the approval of the planning authorities, convinced permission for his home would be refused. The lack of affordable homes and strict planning regulations touches many lives. Hundertwasser the famous architect, designer and artist wrote, "The individual's desire to build something should not be deterred! Everyone should be able and have to build and thus be truly responsible for the four walls in which he lives".
How to build a Blackhouse In the pictures above (left and right) you can see how the oat straw thatch is fixed to the stonework and kept in place by ropes and stone. The oat straw was replaced regularly and the old thatch was used for fertiliser. Above (middle) is the central open fire with a bed alcove (Pattern No. 188) in the background. Herbow – Window Herb Garden by Hsu Hao-Po, Chang Yu-Hui & Chang Chung-Wei Herbed Windows Herbow is a rain shelter and a window herb garden. A very unique and unconventional combination, but one that works! Given the way counties like Japan have been upping their efforts in going green by growing creepers and other such plants on their building’s external walls, to lower internal temperatures and conserving electricity, these kind of gardens suit the urban landscape perfectly.
Spanish shoes for men and women made in Spain Welcome to Labella, we are a Spanish shoe company based in California, USA. Our shoes are handmade in Spain and they are the results of a centuries-old tradition. They're quite fashionable as they have designed them to meet the demands of today’s fashion world. Labella started in early 2013, when Violeta immigrated to California after her husband took a job in Santa Barbara. Upon arriving to California and her new city, she instantly noticed the beach culture and her memories flooded of her time living in Granada, Spain.
Boutique en ligne - Idénergie Installation Gear Helmet, gloves, carabiners, security rope, life jacket, crampons, all necessary equipment for a secure and efficient installation. Also including on demand, tying device for rocks, hammer, drill, steel cable. Father Builds Incredible Treehouse for His Children An incredible father and Reddit user decided to do something most dads would love to be able to do for their children: he was going to build a tree house. It wasn’t just any treehouse, though. It was a custom-made, incredibly well-designed treehouse that could make most adults jealous. The hours of hard work that this dad put into building the treehouse were well worth it, though. My first apartment wasn’t even this nice.