The picture above is from a photo collection by Alain Delorme of Chinese workers in Shanghai with their stacked delivery bikes. The jury’s still out on whether these photos have been photoshopped or staged, but they are magnificently enjoyable nonetheless. See the rest of the photos on weheart.co
A thousand reclaimed pieces of Plexiglass were used to create the outdoor sculpture of a stained-glass house, shown above. Created by New York artist Tom Fruin and showcased at the plaza of the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen. See the original post on Wallpaper.
Strike a pose. With this new app called Echoism, you can find out which side of your face is better looking. Warning: after trying out this app you may catch a case of “Barabara Streisand”, never allowing photos of your right side again. Original post on FastCo Design.
Wallpapers that change under different lighting conditions featuring superimposed imagery printed in red, blue, green and yellow. The separate layers are revealed only when illuminated by different colored lights. See photos of the exhibtion by Carnovsky.
Layered Landscape – Mesmerizing art installation of by Japanese Artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi. See the entire collection on Trendhunter.