Abstract Arrangements of Everyday Objects

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Through the proper lens, beauty can be found in the most mundane objects. Photographer Nick Albertson proves this as he arranges mass-produced objects from our every day lives, such as toilet paper, masking tape, envelopes, rubber bands, and clothes hangers, to create unique patterns and photographs them to look like abstract designs. While some of the objects are easier to distinguish than others, they all look far more interesting than the objects themselves.

Size Matters: Changing Proportions of Everyday Objects

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Imagine a world where children’s toys are bigger than they are and the defenseless rabbits that a hunter is seeking to shoot are the size of elephants! These are just some of the scenarios that Franck Allais has created with his photography. The self-taught French photographer who is currently based in London manipulates the magnitude of objects to create playful scenes that could only be seen in dreams.

Creative bookshelves

Are you looking for a new place to store your ever growing book collection? Instead of the the typical square box shelves, why not opt for something entirely different? We have featured twelve unique and creative looking shelves here that some designers have come up with. The designers come from all over the world including Spain, Italy, Finland, Sweden and the U.K. As you plan the interior design of your next home, consider some of these wonderful creations.