Out of the ordinary

Collection by Tracy Barrett

Tracy Barrett
Sheep phones made from old handsets and cabling-Entry display, Museum of Communication in Frankfurt. Sculpture is "Telephone Sheep" by Jean-Luc Cornec. Killzone Shadow Fall, Instalation Art, 3d Studio, Wow Art, Street Art Graffiti, Graffiti Artwork, Recycled Art, Art Plastique, Sculpture Art

I can't hear you, it's a baaaaa-d line

This lovely flock sits in the foyer of the Museum of Communication in Frankfurt. Made from telephone cabling and old handsets, they were one of the highlights of my visit there! Sculpture is "Telephone Sheep" by Jean-Luc Cornec.

Thinking about making your own Halloween costume this year? Well look no further, I've compiled lots of DIY Halloween costume tutorials for. Costume Halloween, Looks Halloween, Halloween Diy, Halloween Face Makeup, Halloween Clothes, Bambi Costume, Deer Costume Makeup, Faun Makeup, Halloween Peeps

Deer Makeup

With nothing but the contents of your bathroom and the outer limits of your ~imagination~, you can have a costume in no time.

Impressive Water Display at Osaka. Impressive Water Display at Osaka Station City Shopping Mall in Japan. Water Clock, Water Droplets, Environmental Graphics, Environmental Design, Cool Technology, To Infinity And Beyond, Cool Stuff, Interesting Stuff, Science And Nature

Osaka Station City uses water to tell the time

Fountains as well as sprays of water are definitely a thing of beauty, and for those who have been to Las Vegas, surely the fountains of Bellagio...

These shoes constructed of layered cardboard, are part of Winde Rienstra's 2014 footwear collection. He's known for exploring unconventional materials in fashion and footwear designs. Crazy Shoes, Me Too Shoes, Weird Shoes, Karton Design, Look Kimono, Funny Shoes, Shoe Boots, Shoes Heels, Prom Shoes

Winde Rienstra

Fashion designer Winde Rienstra (Echten, 1981) studied at the Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU). Rienstra’s designs have created a furore within a relatively short time. Her work is situated at the boundaries of fashion, art and architecture. Central to her work is her feel for materials. She has a particular fondness for wood and the patterns that you can read in the grain: for here these are a reflection of both the grotesqueness and the beauty of life. Rienstra’s fascination with spatial…