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20150417

LUNARIOUS: Chair design by Rae Abigael Caacbay

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For our furniture design 2 class, I turned the classic Greek "Klismos Chair" into a futuristic chair. I now present to you, my first chair design fresh from the moon (but long overdue since this was done a year ago)!

Growing up, I was very fond of watching Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century and I wanted to mimic the same futuristic sentimentality of my childhood and translate it through the design itself. Technically, the backrest is high-back to feel the essence of the future with circular design resembling the elliptical shape of the universe in which the space objects orbit.

20150408

5 Tips in Choosing the Perfect Prom Dress

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Here are some tips for you in choosing the perfect prom dress! Achieving a sophisticated and elegant look is essential. Being prepared is the key. And whatever your body type, shape, or size is, there is an amazing prom dress out there for you.

Guest Post: Interesting facts about popular cocktails

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Like any other thing, cocktails have their own history and trivia. It is only logical given that cocktails are so interesting and intriguing drinks. The very sight of them makes you feel happy and jovial. No wonder people get hooked up on these mixtures so easily; they have combination of relaxing and nice colors and interesting tastes. There are many different stories about these popular cocktails, most of them are really funny and in some cases, they show individual’s ingenuity.

20150407

Candy floor art installation that doesn't just look sweet because it is sweet!

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As I was searching for inspiration, I landed upon this sweet art installation by Australian artist, Tanya Schultz. Having a sweet tooth and a love for colors, I instantly fell in love with her work!

She started creating these works together with artist Nicole Andrijevic as Pip & Pop before they parted ways. She uses thousands of candies to turn rooms into sweet wonderlands! With materials such as sand, sugar beads, candy, and toys, Schultz art doesn't just look sweet – because it is sweet!