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International Day of Families – 15th May on Great Atmosphere (part 2)



15 May every year: Highlighting the importance of families as basic units of society.

International Day of Families was brought about by the United Nations Programme on the Family and will stress the importance of having healthy and happy relationships with your relatives.

Families are the ‘basic core’ of our society – we are born into them and some of the most important developing years of our lives are spent growing up with our families.

But every family life is different and the UN Family Programme recognises this.  Just as we have lots of different cultures, we also have different ways people interact with each other depending on where they’re from.

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International Day of Families – 15th May on Great Atmosphere (part 1)


Three Dimensional Animals Painted in Layers of Resin by Keng Lye on Great Atmosphere



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Singapore-based artist Keng Lye creates near life-like sculptures of animals relying on little but paint, resin and a phenomenal sense of perspective.

Lye slowly fills bowls, buckets, and boxes with alternating layers of acrylic paint and resin, creating aquatic animal life that looks so real it could almost pass for a photograph.

Another Visual Dimension by Nacho Ormaechea

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Another Visual Dimension by Nacho Ormaechea

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Spanish artist Nacho Ormaechea who lives and works in Paris creates beautiful digital collages by filling silhouettes of people photographed on the street with visually contradicting images. Because of the these strange juxtapositions of color, place and subject we’re left wondering what the meaning is. Are these memories or desires of these anonymous people, or are they portals to another place and time?

Great Atmosphere, House Library Slide by Moon Hoon

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Architect Moon Hoon recently designed the Panorama House , in Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea. One of the most unique features incorporated into the home is a wooden slide built directly into a library which also functions as a stair-stepped home theater seating area. Via the architect:

The basic request of upper and lower spatial organization and the shape of the site promted a long and tin house with fluctuating facade which would allow for more differentiated view. The key was coming up with a multi-functional space which is a large staircase, bookshelves, casual reading space, home cinema, slide and many more. The client was very pleased with the design, and the initial design was accepted and finalized almost instantly, only with minor adjustments.

The kitchen and dining space is another important space where family gathers to bond. The TV was pushed away to a smaller living room. The attic is where the best view is possible, it is used as a play room for younger kids. The multi-use stair and slide space brings much active energy to the house, not only children, but also grown ups love the slide staircase. An action filled playful house for all ages.

Famous monuments made furniture


Design firm Studio Job created a table and a desk lamp from copies of two famous monuments, the Eiffel Tower and the Taj Mahal. Naturally appeal to lovers of eccentric design and especially those who are full wallet.

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The basic material is patinated brass, while much emphasis has been placed on detail of famous monuments so that the design result as close as possible to reality, in miniature, of course. The striking is that the Taj Mahal is growing at the bottom of the table, making the furniture even more impressive. Detail, investing in gold leaf domes of the monument.


Discover the Full Story – A Creative Campaing by Saatchi & Saatchi

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Discover the Full Story – A Creative Marketing Campaing by Saatchi & Saatchi

To promote Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia created an incredibly beautiful campaign showing what’s below the famous Russian Landmarks: Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Bolshoi Theatre. The sketches below show how these wonderful images were made.

Saint Basil’s Cathedral


Lomonosov Moscow State University

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Bolshoi Theatre


18 creative and amazing ways to decorate easter eggs

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Colored eggs is the universal symbol of Easter, and the tradition dates back way to Mesopotamia. Some cultures today are more keen on buying colored or even chocolate eggs, but let’s be honest, decorating them yourself is always much more fun!

To get your creative juices flowing, here’s a list of 18creative DIY Easter ideas – some of them are so pretty that it’s gonna be hard to crack and eat the eggs later!

Which one do you like the most?

1. Cover Egg With Tacky Glue and Dip In Sprinkles


2. Wrap an Egg With Colored Threads


3. Glue Dried Flowers and Put Egg into Boiling Onion DecoctionEaster-Eggs-3_Glue_Dried_Flowers_and_Put_Egg_into_Boiling_Onion_Decoction_1 Easter-Eggs-3_Glue_Dried_Flowers_and_Put_Egg_into_Boiling_Onion_Decoction_2 Easter-Eggs-3_Glue_Dried_Flowers_and_Put_Egg_into_Boiling_Onion_Decoction_3 Easter-Eggs-3_Glue_Dried_Flowers_and_Put_Egg_into_Boiling_Onion_Decoction_4

4. Use Dremel Tool to Drill a Drained Egg and Embroider ItEaster-Eggs-4_Use_Dremel_Tool_to_Drill_a_Drained_Egg_and_Embroider_It_1 Easter-Eggs-4_Use_Dremel_Tool_to_Drill_a_Drained_Egg_and_Embroider_It_2

5. Wrap an Egg in an Old Tie and Boil In Water with VinegarEaster-Eggs-5_Wrap_an_Egg_in an_Old_Tie_and_Boil_In_Water_with_Vinegar_1 Easter-Eggs-5_Wrap_an_Egg_in an_Old_Tie_and_Boil_In_Water_with_Vinegar_2 Easter-Eggs-5_Wrap_an_Egg_in an_Old_Tie_and_Boil_In_Water_with_Vinegar_3

6. Crochet a Shirt On the Egg


7. Keep Adding Water to the Color

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8. Color Eggs With Watercolor Paint and PencilsEaster-Eggs-8-Color-Eggs-With-Watercolor-Paint-and-Pencils-1

9. Use Permanent Marker

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10. Stick Strips of Masking Tape on the Egg

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11. Glue Various Seeds and Edibles onto the Egg

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12. Cut And Stick Mustache from Black Adhesive VinylEaster-Eggs-12-Cut-And-Stick-Mustache-from-Black-Adhesive-Vinyl-1

13. Stick New Piece of Tape Before Every New Layer Of DyeEaster-Eggs-13-Stick-New-Piece-of-Tape-Before-Every-New-Layer-Of-Dye-1 Easter-Eggs-13-Stick-New-Piece-of-Tape-Before-Every-New-Layer-Of-Dye-2

14. Wrap the Egg With Lace and Dip it Into Dye

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15. Create Marble Eggs by Putting Cracked Eggs in Tea/Soy MixtureEaster-Eggs-15-Create-Marble-Eggs-by-Putting-Cracked-Eggs-in-TeaSoy-Mixture-1 Easter-Eggs-15-Create-Marble-Eggs-by-Putting-Cracked-Eggs-in-TeaSoy-Mixture-2

18.Super Mario Bros Easter Eggs


17.decoupage eggs for Easter

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18.Star Wars Eggs The force is most definitely with these eggs.