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Belgium’s  Flower Carpet Festival 

The Flower Carpet Festival is a popular event that takes place in Grand-Place Brussels every other year. Since 1971 over 600,000 Begonias flowers are arranged in an intense pattern filling the city square with a powerful and graphic carpet made entirely out of flowers. Taking months of planning to produce (with only 48 hours of install time) the event brings together landscape architects, technicians and hundreds of voluntary participants weave the flowers in place for the five day event!

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pencilfury:

All my current moleskine animations in the one post for your viewing pleasure :)

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jeealee:

Doctor Who Nails | The Twelfth Doctor

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GAWATT Emotions Cup by Backbone Studio

Art director: Stepan Azaryan
Graphic Designer: Karen Gevorgyan
Illustrator: Narine Manvelyan

GAWATT Emotions
Customize the faces by your mood or let them lead your emotions!
The Challenge: Above the main identity of the Gawatt take-out coffee-shop, we had a task of creating a limited series of souvenir cups.
The Solution: We came up with an idea of cups with altering emotions. Customers can change the face expression of their cup personage by turning the exterior sleeve.

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OLED Tampopo Light (2014) by Takao Inoue

If there’s any common weed that could be characterized as Japanese, I would argue it’s the Taraxacum, better known as Dandelion. The flowering plant, in its yellow blossoms that signify the arrival of spring, and its fluffy seed heads that represent natural beauty and transience, are adored across the country by adults and children alike. It was enough to make legendary film director Juzo Itami name his protagonist and his 1985 film, Tampopo (Dandelion, in Japanese). And it’s not a stretch to to see Itami’s camera floating from scene to scene like a dandelion seed.

So it comes as no surprise that the cinematographer Takao Inoue has designed a household lamp around the dandelion. OLED TAMPOPO consists of an actual dandelion – harvested, carefully, during Spring – that is sealed into a clear acrylic block. A miniature OLED light is embedded into the stem. “Fragility is expressed by an illuminated wavering TAMPOPO,” says Inoue. “It reminds us of our old memories of picking up dandelion’s puff. The mysterious light gives us a moment to release ourselves.

soulist-aurora:

City lights on a rainy day by Hajin Bae
earthlynation:

manul_cat (by oscar.carlos.cortelezzi)

  Next Stop, Aurora by Göran Strand

“The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together.” - Carl Sagan, Cosmos

(Source: dawnawakened)