Thursday, May 3, 2012

Eggshell Carvings by Beth Bryan, A Delicate Art

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Using high-speed device called paragraver (something like a dental instrument), Brian Bate creates masterpieces of incredible beauty … from the simple egg. For carving eggshells you really need to have a steady hand and patience to the sea. Brian’s work not only exhibited in exhibitions but also around the world, he has also won several competitions. We present our collection of his incredible work.

Brian started carving in 2005 after buying a high-speed tool.

It is made from eggs rhea.

"This is my first job. To be honest, I never wanted to do carving on eggshells. I cut the pumpkin and hand weapons, and god knows what else. But once I bought a new instrument, and all that was on hand to try it, it was an egg."

A Creative Art of Money in Amazing Geometric Shapes...

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Christie Malkoff – Canadian artist who loves to travel. She studied at the College of Art and Design Chelsea and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver in 2005. In his series titled “Pieces of money,” Christie uses colorful notes from around the world, adding and turning them into amazing geometric shapes. I think the work is very creative and beautiful, have a look...

1. A series of “polyhedron” – the star of the currencies of four countries – Brazil, Egypt and Bolivia, made in 2008. 6.35 cm x 6.35 cm x 6.35 cm .

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Beauty of High Line Park From New York

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The High Line is 1-mile (1.6 km) New York City linear park built on a 1.45-mile (2.33 km) section of the former elevated New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line, which runs along the lower west side of Manhattan; it has been redesigned and planted as an aerial greenway. The High Line Park currently runs from Gansevoort Street, one block below of West 12th Street, in the Meatpacking District, up to 30th Street, through the neighborhood of Chelsea to the West Side Yard, near the Javits Convention Center. The recycling of the railway into an urban park has spurred real estate development in the neighborhoods which lie along the line. I think the beauty is very natural and its good to take a walk here in the evening....

10 Smallest Houses Around The World

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1. The smallest house in Warsaw (Poland) is adjacent to the Church of the Holy Spirit. This tiny house is in classical style was built in the late XVIII century, on a piece of land with an area of several square meters. Now its a shop of newspapers.

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