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Stone Sculptures by Hirotoshi Itoh

Japanese artist Hirotoshi Itoh transforms ordinary stones into works of art. Inspired by walks along the river near his home, he began collecting stones he would find and use them to create impressive sculptures. The detail he achieves is incredible, combining the hard texture with softer materials to inject humor into the subjects.





































3D Bathroom Floors

3D epoxy floors let you experience the thrill of going to the toilet in public by using angled photos and multiple transparent layers to turn your bathroom into an outdoor space. Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the 3D floor design market for now, but this product is too popular to remain exclusive for long.

According to Imperial, liquid 3D floors are a recent innovation first used in hotels, offices, and shopping centers. However, they insist it’s a misconception that decorative screed can only be used in the bathroom or toilet – in fact, 3D floors are suitable for any room, “and even villas.”

Clearly, the future is now. See below for some jaw-dropping example of 3D flooring, if you dare!

















Stephan Brusche: The Banana Artist

See How This Artist Transforms Rocks Into Art

Mandalas
Australian artist Elspeth McLean has found a way to add more beauty to the world. She uses the Buddhist practice of mandalas, symmetrical drawings, to transform ordinary sea stones into art. Her remarkable painted stones are a treat for the eyes, as well as a meditative practice for Elspeth. Each rock tells a story, drawn from her life experiences.


Mandalas 




Mandalas


Mandalas


Mandalas


Mandalas


Mandalas 


Mandalas


Mandalas


Mandalas

Mandalas


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