Posted by Mohammad Kher on December 17, 2012 ·
The modern promotion of business, products and services is too clogged with sales messages that seek to compel you to make a sale as fast as possible, creating the notion the commodity is running out and you need to buy it before it has run out.
While it is true the sales pitch has worked before, if company logos were modified today to simply lay the fact straight, tell their mind as it is or lay [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on December 7, 2012 ·
If you heard the bird sound with your eyes closed, you will identify the bird in case ornithology is your mainstay. However, the make of the sound is a piece of archaic engineering that was made in the 19th century and perfectly imitates the random sound or song or chatter of a bird.
The mechanism gives sound in a rather complex way that varies a lot of in terms of pitch, volume and tone and the [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on November 29, 2012 ·
The last thing you might expect to hear as a place to go play with a trampoline is a forest in the heart of Russia, around 170 ft in terms of measurement. The trampoline is in the forest in Nikola Lenivets for a 2012 festival known as Archstoyanie.
The designer is a firm known as Salto and created the Fast Track, as it is called, 51 meters long and an integral part of the infrastructure of the park [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on November 24, 2012 ·
Some architectural forms made by men are mostly created to fill a specific a gap in our daily lives but in this case this might not be so. The unique bridge is the design work of Olivier Grossetete, a French artist who has created a bridge made of three balloons filled with helium.
The Bridge has been given the title of Monkey Bridge or Pont de Singe and located at the heart of Tatton Park, some really [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on November 14, 2012 ·
Looking at the miniature train it is very easy to be carried away by the intention of the camera work and angle; a standard train cruising the jungles and heartland of Canada.
However, the train is carried by the photographer as compared to it carrying the artist. The photography ingenuity is the work of Jeff Friesen who decided to move across Canada in a trip and carried a two-inch miniature train [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on November 12, 2012 ·
If you thought animals nestling on trees are a great choice, then the Cocoon Tree Tent offers the alternative you are seeking as compared to the camping setup many are used to or even the idea of boring discomfited hammocks one must be accustomed to.
In the hanging tent the structure of the sphere is aluminum, with a resistant tarpaulin covering it with just a miniature door as the entry point.
Posted by Mohammad Kher on November 5, 2012 ·
Those in Japan by March 31 of 2013 will enjoy seeing the stunning installations of light at the Nabana no Sato termed as the Winter Illuminations, a theme park turned on with light and a botanical garden in Kuwana in Nagashima Island. It’s a unique light show dubbed the best in the heart of Japan.
There are LED lights sparkling all the way on the many grounds plus the water within the gardens. The [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on October 30, 2012 ·
James Turrell, a household name in the world of artists, will soon be presenting three different but concurrent types of solo exhibitions in the heart of New York’s Guggenheim Museum, Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts and Museum of Art in LA in Summer/Spring of 2013. There has been some preview that the ambitious display of the Guggenheim exhibition comes up with and is expected to have a transformational [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on October 29, 2012 ·
Looking at the hairstyle you will be excited if you are planning on celebrating Halloween or if you enjoy weird uniqueness. It is the kind of hairstyle you expect a person to materialize in on a Halloween or weirdo party and the whole congregation will be amused and delighted. The eye-catching innovative hairstyles are artistic in their own right and are a depiction of then awesome benefits being [...]
Posted by Mohammad Kher on October 25, 2012 ·
There are so many ways of crossing a river, mostly through a normal bridge, ferry or simply swimming across. However, very few if any bridge has been erected for one to bounce his or her way to the other side.
This is the concept the inflatable bridge has brought to the fore, a design by AZC and has large trampolines equipped, allowing individuals to simply cross to the other side by bouncing across. [...]