This interesting construction was designed and created by New York-based Chinese artist Nova Jiang. It consists of modular elements with rotating planters controlled by a software program that continuously generates new maze patterns. Full construction consists of particles of broken glass, plastic and other detritus; the planters contain live moss collected from the sides of buildings, cracks in the pavement and so on. As the author says, ’they form a patchwork of unintentional archaeology’. The rotation makes people to change direction by going through the space where the maze is installed. This sculpture is not just decoration or mere classical labyrinth, Jiang positions her work as an object of literary creativity or mathematical beauty.
This sculpture, quite useless at first sight, has very deep sense. People in their usual life make everything without any sense and not enjoying the process. Kinetic maze develops in people clarity of mind by making people stop and think.
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UK-based company Mineheart offers interesting collections of wallpaper. Looking at them, you couldn’t believe it is simple wallpaper, because they resemble upholstery or metal gate or bookshelves. So, you can choose Bookshelf wallpaper for minimalist office design or soft Chesterfield Button Back wallpaper for cozy yet luxury interior of living area or even bedroom. You can also decorate a whole room or just make an accent on a feature wall. It is printed on to finest quality 300gram fabric backed textured paper and is suitable for both domestic and commercial use. All samples are available on request.
Thinking about unusual and pretty wallpapers? The site called EazyWalls offers a wide range of large scale photographic art and illustrations that can be adhered to walls. The prices are reasonable: starting from around $230 and up depending on the size. Eazy Wallz combines the peel-and-stick decal trend with the wall mural trend, offering large-scale digital prints that start around 6×4 feet and grow as wide as 24 feet or as tall as 12 feet. You can find all kinds of photographs according to your taste: historical ruins, breathtaking ocean views, funny animals, space theme, city landscapes, flowers and even the American flag. Moreover, you can custom design of your own with your own photos or illustrations. May be it will be larger than life portrait of your kids or a favorite personal photo. All your wishes by EazyWallz!
We have recently reviewed this modern cottage that looks quite cold mostly because of it’s gray polished concrete floors. Now lets see how we can decorate such concrete floor to make it friendly and actually integrate and bring some complexity to your interior. The first and the most obvious thing you can do with your concrete floor is paint it! This home on the pictures below is made of concrete, but look at how fun and cozy it looks. Another option is to use smooth shapes or lets say floral stamps to make it warmer. The only bad thing about concrete is that often it still tends to be cold like a stone, unless if you live in a warm geography.