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National Parks Print Series

The beautiful 59 Parks Print Series is a celebration of America’s National Parks. The whole collection features an outstanding mix of beautiful screen prints representing the unique beauty of all 59 National Parks. Every park has a screen printed poster made by artists like Daniel Danger, Landland, Erica Williams, Tom Whalen, Dan McCarthy and more. Each screen print may be available in various sizes or colors, depending on the artist who worked on it. Additionally 5% of your poster purchase is donated to The National Park Service.



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DOG HOUSE SOFA | BY SEUNGJI MUN | Image

DOG HOUSE SOFA | BY SEUNGJI MUN

The "Dog house Sofa" is part of a line of pet furniture designed for the Korean brand ”m.pup”. It was created by designer Seungji Mun and enhances the harmony between humans and pets. If you have dogs at home you will know about their obsession with sofas, this piece of furniture is good enough for whetting their curiosity. source...
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THE SILVER ARROWS PROJECT

The Silver Arrows Project is a remarkable limited series of vintage racing prints that recreate the legendary silver cars of Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union. Using a combination of original photography with the most advanced 3D graphics, the end result is pretty amazing, with impressive details that could never have been captured with the photographic technology of the time. The beautiful series recreates the story of the Silver Arrows using memorable moments from 12 d...
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AUTONOMOUS TENT COCOON

Had enough of the hectic city life? Looking for a place to reconnect with nature? Check out the Autonomous Tent Cocoon, an exciting new form of Architecture, designed to be a permanent structure, it only takes a few days to raise, requires no foundation or utilities (the tent rests on a raised deck), and can be taken down and transported without any trace on the site it occupied. Developed by legendary architect Harry Gesnar, the spectacular shelter is designed to b...
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