We Asked Kids To Describe Their Dream Houses And Made Them In 3D Then Evaluated Their Worth (16 Pics)

When you were younger, what did your dream home look like? We asked kids between the ages of 4 and 10 to draw us their ideal home, and then we brought those magnificent homes to life through the magic of digital rendering! Each home was then valued by a professional estate agent – and it turns out kids have some pretty pricey imaginations! Check out the super creative drawings and their evaluations: Alya and Zack’s Unicorn Mansion: £5.5 Million Isabella’s Crystal Palace: £4.5 Million Charlie’s Wrestling Ring House: £2.1 Million Berrin’s Underwater Jellyfish Paradise: £35 Million Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

My 30 Paper Cityscapes That Look Like Oil Paintings

Check out my other artworks here and 9 reply View More Replies… #2 “Flower Shop”, 60×80 cm 0 reply #5 “Villa Sylwan”, 73×92 cm 8 reply 5 reply 2 reply View More Replies… #9 “162”, 73×92 cm #10 “Old Gate”, 60×80 cm #14 “Rynek Dębnicki 10”, 24×33 cm #15 “Big City”, 100×90 cm #17 “White Road”, 73×92 cm #19 “Winner Or Loser ?”, 80×80 cm #21 “Wawel”, 70×90 cm #24 “Racławówka”, 40×50 cm #26 “I See You”, 100×110 cm #28 “The Window”, 65×92 cm #30 “School Bus, 45×65 cm Note: this post originally had 39 images. It’s been shortened to the top 30 images based on user votes. Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

My 28 Images That Will Challenge Your Eyes (New Pics)

I’ve always been fascinated by art that is challenging for the eyes, so over the years I have developed a passion for creating surreal images that ‘make you look twice’! My artistic motto is simple: to make the ordinary extraordinary! I believe that if you shift your way of looking at ordinary things, they can acquire a new potential: clothes, people, food, architecture, nature, animals – anything has the power to inspire… here, here.  #1 Architectural Symphony 8 reply #3 The Eye-Cing On The Cake 7 reply #5 Matri-Arch 11 reply #7 Lip Glass 6 reply #9 Street Dog 5 reply #11 Saucy Lips 7 reply #13 D-Eye-Ving Into Summer 14 reply View More Replies… #15 A Dessert To D-Eye …

12 Pictures Illustrate The Change In Home Interior Fashion Over 600 Years

As old as the birth of architecture, the art of interior design probably arose in ancient Egypt, and evolved to the point where we live today. project to illustrate how interior design has evolved over the past 600+ years. More info: Facebook | Twitter | Renaissance (1400 – 1600) Image credits: “Art and culture were reborn as the French Renaissance spread across Europe. Architects found a renewed enthusiasm for ornate decoration and fine detail, inspired by a new sense of humanism and freedom. Arabesque and Asian influences revitalized the decorative arts, and careful attention to symmetry and geometry brought a new sense of harmony to European interiors. Baroque (1590 – 1725) HomeAdvisor Beneath the gilded finish, the frame of the …

During My Trip Around Asia, I Looked For The Most Beautiful And Craziest Temples And This Is What I Found (9 Pics)

During my trip around Asia, I looked for the most beautiful and craziest temples and I used a drone to photograph them from above. From Thailand to Taiwan, from China to Japan – this is the result of what I found. #1 Dragon Temple, Thailand 4 reply View More Replies… #3 China 3 reply #5 Spring And Autumn Pavilions, Taiwan #6 Confucian Temple, Taiwan 0 reply #8 Batu Caves, Malaysia -4 See Also on Bored Panda

Norway Creates Possibly The Most Beautiful Public Toilet In The World

The Scandinavian region is known for its breathtaking nature, friendly people, and stylish, minimalistic architecture. And nobody does minimalism better than Norway, as one particularly stunning building shows. Norway may very well have built the most astoundingly beautiful public toilet in the world. And, I’m pretty sure, in the Solar System as well. What looks like a painstakingly crafted art installation or part of some high-tech laboratory is, in fact, nothing other than a restroom, designed by architects Marit Justine Haugen and Dan Zohar from Oslo. It just goes to show that you can find beauty anywhere. More info: Facebook | Twitter Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Lars Grimsby/Statensvegvesen Lars Grimsby/Statensvegvesen Lars Grimsby/Statensvegvesen …

This Is How 8 Different Locations Around The World Look Across The Four Seasons

Nature’s extraordinary ability to change shows it’s alive and always ready to surprise. Each season is painted with fascinating contrasts, vivid colors and magical atmospheres, and although there are four official seasons, none of them look the same in different corners of the world. If you don’t have to change wardrobe every quarter of the year, you can only recognize two – wet and dry – seasons or your surroundings look a bit monochromatic, this is a perfect opportunity to experience, explore and compare the four seasons across the world! #1 Bethesda Terrace (New York, USA) You may think of New York as back-to-back buildings and hustle, and that’s certainly part of the appeal for New Yorkers and visitors alike. …

Heres What People In The 1900s Predicted Our Homes Would Look Like Today (7 Pics)

Raise your hands if you think that by 2100, we will have flying cars, robots with artificial intelligence, holidays on Mars and utterly intelligent houses. People have been making predictions about what the future would look like for ages. Sadly, they are usually far-fetched or even utopian and society doesn’t seem to keep up with creative wishes. So, are the predictions extremely ambitious or we don’t put enough effort into bringing wild ideas to life? There’s a huge question mark tied to what’s coming in the future. And although cutting-edge technology moves at a fast pace and many ideas that seemed outlandish in the past are more than real nowadays, we shouldn’t be carried away by fantasies because the future …