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Christmas in Paris reminds me of my youth, when main streets in America were bubbling with glowing candy canes, snow flakes and snowman, while couples walked arm and arm and children played enthusi...
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The Marche is one of the 20 Regions of Italy. The Italian name Le Marche is the plural of marca, and literally means "the Marches", originally referring to the medieval March of Ancona and nearby marches of Camerino and Fermo.
The Marche are located in the Central area of the country, bordering Emilia-Romagna and the republic of San Marino to the north, Tuscany to the north-west, Umbria to the west, Abruzzo and Lazio to the south and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Except for river valleys and the often very narrow coastal strip, the land is hilly. In the nineteenth century, a railway from Bologna to Brindisi linked the Marche along the coastline of the entire territory. Inland, the mountainous nature of the region, even today, allows little travel north and south, except by rough roads over the passes.

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Luxury Recreational Submarine Travels 400 Feet Beneath the Ocean’s Surface

Luxury Recreational Submarine Travels 400 Feet Beneath the Ocean’s Surface | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
If you’ve ever wanted to comfortably explore the ocean, then the Deepflight Submarine Super Falcon Mark II is just what you’re looking for. It’s a luxury recreational submarine that has the feel of an aircraft and made by the company Deepflight. Spanning 17 feet in length, it features two adjustable seats that each have their own bubble-glass cockpit. There’s a set of wings and stabilizers in the rear that help it navigate with ease. Perhaps the best part of this underwater vehicle is that it can be piloted to depths as low as 400 feet beneath the surface; this is sure to provide an amazing glimpse into the world of the sea.
This Deepflight Submarine might look familiar to fans of the James Bond films, and it’s with good reason. The company’s founder is Graham Hawkes, a longtime British marine engineer who built and piloted a submarine that challenged Bond in the 1980 flick For Your Eyes Only.
At $1.7M a pop, this personal submarine is meant for billionaires and tourism companies; the…
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Intriguing Digital Sculptures Present Distorted Visions of the Human Body

Intriguing Digital Sculptures Present Distorted Visions of the Human Body | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Seoul-based digital artist and sculptor Kyuin Shim explores complex themes through his distorted visions of the human body. With a mastery of constructing sculptures and realistic, digital 3D renderings, the Korean artist creates monochromatic, mannequin-like figures whose forms are transformed in fascinating, sometimes unsettling, ways.
Shim's latest series 흑흑 (translated from Korean as both "black black" and "the sound of crying") portrays a collection of black figures whose bodies are frozen in various states of deterioration. Swallowed up by threatening bubbles, dissolving in a chair, or dripping matter onto the floor, the sculptures seem to explore despair and the destruction of self. Past works include Small Place, a depiction of multiple people crammed into the confining space of a rectangular prism, and Bowl, a rendering of figures with bowls instead of heads, the liquid dripping and swishing around meaningfully like a life force or essence of being.
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Adorable 82-Foot-Tall Rabbit Covers an Old Aircraft Hangar in Taiwan

Adorable 82-Foot-Tall Rabbit Covers an Old Aircraft Hangar in Taiwan | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman has been busy creating some of his signature large-scale installations throughout the world. We recently featured Hofman's giant hippopotamus sculpture floating along the Thames river—on view through September 28, 2014—and now he's back with his giant installation, entitled Moon Rabbit, which is currently laying on an old aircraft hangar in Taoyuan, Taiwan at the Dayuan Town Naval Base.
The giant white fluffy rabbit was created for the annual arts and culture event, Taoyuan Land Art Festival. The large stuffed animal, laying on its back and looking up towards the sky, spans roughly 82.5 feet and is constructed out of wood, styrofoam, and sheets of paper.
Hofman said the piece was inspired by a Chinese cultural myth that mentions a rabbit making elixir on the moon. "The moon rabbit is laying against the bunker, dreaming and thinking about life and dreaming the impossible possible and creating it’s own true stories," explains Hofman.
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Dark Angel, Deadly Dragon

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Street artists Fin DAC and Eelus recently connected in West London to complete a new mural that’s titled Dark Angel, Deadly Dragon. Located somewhere on Scrubs Lane, the dramatic painting features a striking combination of red and black colors that are complemented with delicate, light-gray tones.
The two women are donning elaborate headdresses and alluringly gazing at viewers from over their shoulders. It’s a captivating image, not only because of the ladies’ expressions, but the bold style that was used to create it. A graphic black and red background immediately grabs your attention, while the soft gray shading adds a more realistic and even sensual feeling to the entire piece.
Each character seems to display the two artists’ signature styles. Fin DAC, whom we’ve admired before, is known for painting women and adding a colored “mask” over their eyes. We see his contribution on the right. Eelus cloaks his figures in extremely dark, hard-edged shadows, like the figure on the left.…
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Street Artist Phlegm Unveils Painted Sculptural Installation at London's Royal Opera House

Street Artist Phlegm Unveils Painted Sculptural Installation at London's Royal Opera House | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Drawing from the myths of Prometheus, Leda and the swan, as well as his own personal mythology, UK-based cartoonist, illustrator, and street artist Phlegm recently created an intriguing, sculptural installation for the Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden. Covering the piazza entrance to the opera house, the piece is an imposing fortress filled with the artist's curious characters painted in black and white on three wooden tiers. Cut-out sections raised from the main structure add a sense of depth to the sculptural painting, further bringing the eccentric jumble of myths to life.
The outdoor installation, which was painted for the Festival of Myth curated by Minna Moore Ede of the National Gallery and the Royal Ballet, will be on display for the duration of the festival until September 28. Phlegm also covered a large wall on the inside of the opera house with a beautiful painting of a tree hung with smoldering objects and entangled with celestial orbs, which will be up for at…
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Striking Mural of a Woman With a Box Cleverly Plays With the Landscape

Striking Mural of a Woman With a Box Cleverly Plays With the Landscape | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Italian street artist MP5 recently completed a beautiful monochromatic mural that’s both visually bold and cleverly plays with the surrounding landscape. Entitled Root Of Evil, it’s located in Abruzzo, Italy where it was painted during the Visione Periferica Street Art Festival. The eye-catching piece features a woman, sitting, as she opens a box and lets crows fly free.
MP5 has used only black and white paint to craft the image and drawn thick outlines that contour the subject’s body for a striking effect. While the mural primarily occupies the side of a home, it extends beyond the walls to flow onto the sidewalk and even reach surrounding buildings. This gives the illusion that from certain angles the small birds are flying away.
Root Of Evil was inspired by the legend of Pandora’s box, in which a woman named Pandora curiously opens a locked box. Unfortunately, by doing so, she releases all the evils of humanity like plagues and diseases. We see a similar theme in MP5’s mural where…
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Stunning Wood Facade Appears as Rippling Waves on an Office Building

Stunning Wood Facade Appears as Rippling Waves on an Office Building | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Damiani-Holz & KO is company that works in the timber construction field, so it seems only fitting that their headquarters would reflect it. Italian studio MoDus Architects did just that by wrapping the Bressanone-located building in a stunning wood surface treatment. It features a system of vertical plywood fins that cover the structure and create a unique-looking facade. Each piece of wood has a specific way that it’s cut, and when they’re placed together it produces an undulating effect that ripples along the building.
The four-storey office sits on a concrete base where an eye-catching metal-framed door welcomes you from the street. Inside, the building features three above-ground floors and a basement. It’s finished with a variety of wood treatments that shows just what the material is capable of. We see plywood panels with patterns milled into their surface, contrasted lumber flooring, and honeycomb arrangements on the wall. The mixing and matching of these elements creates a…
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Outstanding Entries to the Smithsonian Wilderness Forever Photo Contest

Outstanding Entries to the Smithsonian Wilderness Forever Photo Contest | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
In order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, which was passed on September 3, 1964, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History has opened "Wilderness Forever: 50 Years of Protecting America’s Wild Places," a photography exhibition that features juried selections from over 5,000 entries. These award-winning images reveal a rarely seen side of America: "wild, untouched, and free." Through the vision of professional, amateur, and student photographers, viewers can journey to gorgeous vistas and the natural environments of the creatures who dwell in this beautiful land.
The Wilderness Act—a cornerstone of America’s conservation laws—established the National Wilderness Preservation System that represents America’s most wild and pristine federally protected lands. Today, these areas encompass 758 wilderness zones covering more than 109 million acres in 44 states and Puerto Rico. Together, they represent the largest, most highly protected body of wild lands in…
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Airglow Ripples Produce Luminescent Bullseye Shape in the Night Sky

Airglow Ripples Produce Luminescent Bullseye Shape in the Night Sky | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Following a severe thunderstorm over Bangladesh in late April, Jeff Dai captured these stunning photos of giant circular ripples of glowing air in the night sky while he was on the Tibet Plateau of China. Standing about 4,450 meters (14,600 feet) above sea level, the Chongqing, China-based creative was able to get a clear view of the breathtakingly luminescent, multihued bullseye shape overhead.
This incredible phenomenon was the result of airglow, the weak emission of light by a planetary atmosphere. The extraordinary, circular structure of the ripples was created by unusual atmospheric gravity waves—waves of alternating air pressure that can grow with height as the air thins—likely caused by the thunderstorm in Bangladesh earlier that night.
Jeff Dai on Flickr via [PetaPixel], [APOD]
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Dog Dressed Up as Giant Mutant Spider Makes Unsuspecting Victims Flee in Terror

Dog Dressed Up as Giant Mutant Spider Makes Unsuspecting Victims Flee in Terror | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
What would you do if you saw a giant, mutant spider-creature running straight towards you? As shown in the hilarious viral video "Mutant Giant Spider Dog," most people flee in absolute terror. No need to panic, however; the onslaught of enormous, mutant spiders is not yet upon us. As revealed by Poland-based prankster Sylwester Adam Wardęga (a.k.a. "SA Wardęga"), the horrifying, eight-legged monster was nothing more than his adorable dog, Chica, dressed up in a furry costume and unleashed onto the unsuspecting public.
In the video, we can see Chica the DogSpider scuttling joyfully after each innocent victim, looking like the stuff of nightmares emerging from dark alleys and shadowy corners. One man, in the middle of taking out his garbage, flees for his life upon seeing Chica pop out from behind a door. In another scene, two girls run away screaming from the frightening sight of the furry creature preying on an apparently lifeless man in an elevator. A couple is seen warily…
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Modular House Design Concept Clings to the Side of a Cliff

Modular House Design Concept Clings to the Side of a Cliff | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
In response to a number of clients seeking options for living on extreme coastal plots, Australian prefab architecture firm Modscape created the Cliff House, a design concept for a home that extends precariously from the side of a cliff. Inspired by the way barnacles hang on to a ship's hull, the Cliff House clings to the cliff's edge, providing a thrilling view of the surrounding landscape and ocean waters.
The innovative, five-story home takes advantage of modular design and prefabrication techniques to deliver a series of modules stacked vertically on top of each other, attached to the cliff using engineered steel pins. Residents enter at the top floor, then descend to each level via a lift. A barbecue and jacuzzi area at the bottom floor provides an immediate connection with the sea, further emphasizing the Cliff House's unique design as a natural extension of the cliff.
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Layered Ceramic Plates Produce Beautifully Unique 3D Scenes

Layered Ceramic Plates Produce Beautifully Unique 3D Scenes | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
At first glance, it appears that these plates, from the series titled Landscape Multiple, are traditional porcelain dinner plates covered with elaborate, painted designs. In reality, though, each piece is a stack of ceramic, perfectly layered together to create a delightfully surprising three-dimensional scene.
Helsinki-based artist Caroline Slotte carves and sands through stacked dinner plates to create each piece in the collection. By removing sections of the original designs, she creates uniquely overlapping floral patterns and landscape scenes that merge together into one original narrative. Her artist statement explains, "Demonstrating an engaged sensitivity towards the associations, memories, and narratives inherent in the objects, Slotte's intricate physical interventions allows us to see things we would otherwise not have seen."
Caroline Slotte's website via [Supersonic Art]
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Stunning Wood Furniture Looks Like Its Tied in a Knot

Stunning Wood Furniture Looks Like Its Tied in a Knot | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Artisan Kino Guerin makes sturdy wood look as though it’s as easy to tie as string. The beautifully-crafted furniture is a family affair - his wife, Elyse, sometimes helps in the fabrication of tables, shelving, and more. Guerin uses a variety of woods like walnut, zebrawood, and Wenge veneers, coupling them with an industrial bent plywood. The smooth curves and impeccable handling means that these pieces make an impression in any room.
Over the past 19 years, Guerin has explored all different aspects of molding and shaping by means of the vacuum press laminated process. He says that each new discovery opens up additional possibilities and ways of creation. It’s because of this that Guerin’s work walks the line between a sculpture and a functional object. As a result, these gorgeous pieces delight us with how they transform wooden furniture.
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Kamea Hadar & Defer's Lively "Paradise Lost" Murals in San Francisco

Kamea Hadar & Defer's Lively "Paradise Lost" Murals in San Francisco | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
In celebration of their exhibit, Paradise Lost, at 1AM Gallery in San Francisco, artists Kamea Hadar and Defer set out to cover local walls with their signature artwork. Two murals, one on the exterior wall of the gallery itself, span full walls and feature a blend of Hadar's classic portraiture with Defer's calligraphic ornamental designs. The elegant, suggestive beauty of the feminine faces are highlighted by the lively, expressive power of the more abstract combination of lines.
"It's really fun how the two of us have been going back and forth," explains Hadar. "In some cases, [Defer] lays out the 'bones' of the piece and I paint the flesh over it, in other cases I paint in the figure and he dresses them with a headdress or other decorative element afterwards. Ancient Hawaiians put a large importance on the bones, or 'iwi' of a human being, which contrasts greatly with the West’s perception of life in flesh and this balance of opposing perceptions is something that Defer and I are…
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Street artist Aiden Glynn turns boring street objects into funny characters

Street artist Aiden Glynn turns boring street objects into funny characters | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Canadian street artist Aiden Glynn turns boring street furniture and objects in his town into funny characters by adding facial features to them. A drain lid,…
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Remarkable Photo Shows a Perfect Layer of Ice Peeled off a Leaf

Remarkable Photo Shows a Perfect Layer of Ice Peeled off a Leaf | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
So we’ve all probably seen icicles, sure, but what about a perfectly preserved ice leaf? Maybe not. Reddit user SearonTrejorek recently shared this remarkable photo of a ghostly-looking leaf, which he carefully peeled (after a couple of tries) from its green counterpart. The frigid foliage was from a Magnolia tree and discovered after a day of freezing rain in the Hardin Gardens on the campus of Winthrop University in South Carolina. Luckily, SearonTrejorek was able to snap a picture before it melted, and we’re able to see the crevasses and folds frozen in the delicate ice.
If you’re wondering about a sudden cold front moving through, don’t worry. SearonTrejorek says this photo was actually taken a couple of winters ago and he found the picture when going through his phone.
SearonTrejork post on Reddit via [Twisted Sifter]
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Energetic Photo Series Captures Expressive Movements Mid-Air

Energetic Photo Series Captures Expressive Movements Mid-Air | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
For his final project at the University of East London, Lithuania-born photographer Tomas Januska spent seven months exploring what it might feel like to live in a world of weightlessness. His black and white series, entitled Gravity, features individuals as they enjoy the freedom of floating in mid-air.
Januska photographed both dancers and ordinary people who jumped for the camera between 150 to 600 times during a single photo shoot. He captured the energy and expressive movements of his subjects as they moved and twisted in the air.
He used a simple, white background to eliminate any expectations of what is right-side-up and what is upside-down. By removing any solid point of reference, the photographer created an illusion of indefinite space where subjects simply float. “I wanted my final project for my BA to capture a sense of movement, life and freedom,” explains Januska. “People are moving less and less, so I wanted to show what they are missing out on."
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Apple Ventures into Wearable Tech with New "Apple Watch" Slated for Early 2015 Launch

Apple Ventures into Wearable Tech with New "Apple Watch" Slated for Early 2015 Launch | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
After months of speculation and buzzing rumors, Apple has just unveiled their newest product: the Apple Watch, available in early 2015. The highly anticipated smartwatch marks the company's first foray into the wearable space, as well as their first new product category since the introduction of the iPad in 2010. With Apple's trademark sleek, elegant aesthetic combined with a number of impressive features, the Apple Watch could play a big role in making wearable tech a mainstream trend.
The watch will come in two sizes (38 mm and 42 mm) and in three different types: Watch, Watch Sport, and Watch Edition. With six different wrist strap choices, the accessory can encompass different styles, from youthful to sporty to sophisticated. All of the watches, however, feature a square-shaped face made of sapphire glass.
No word yet on a few key factors like battery life or waterproof qualities, but we do know the base price. Not for any penny pinchers, the Apple Watch starts at $349 and…
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Amazing Aerial Views Transform Beaches Into Abstract Photos

Amazing Aerial Views Transform Beaches Into Abstract Photos | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Aerial Views Adria is a collection of colorful photographs in which the sandy shores of Europe have been transformed into a series of abstract shapes and forms. From high above, Germany-based photographer Bernhard Lang documented rows and rows of beach umbrellas at seaside resorts along the Adriatic coastline in Italy.
Through his lens, he captured symmetrical arrangements of small, patterned umbrellas, strong shadows, lounge chairs, and various vacationers as they enjoyed a hot and sunny day at the beach. Hundreds of vivid circles placed in organized lines fill the beaches while people are merely scattered specks in the water.
“The message might be to show the impact of human beings on the natural environment,” explains Lang. “On the other side, the birds-eye view reveals that we are just small creatures, not as important as we think we are.”
Bernhard Lang's website via [Faith Is Torment]
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Beautifully Passionate Photo Portraits of Women Enjoying Solitude

Beautifully Passionate Photo Portraits of Women Enjoying Solitude | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Atomic Occasions is a voyeuristic overhead glimpse of women enjoying an isolated moment of privacy. Created by Australia-based photographer Jessica Tremp, each composition is an explosion of floral patterns and textures that seem to perfectly highlight the feminine forms as they relish in their solitude.
Tremp captures moments when the subjects are gracefully posed, with eyes closed in pleasure. A certain passion radiates from each intimate scene where human and nature combine in the form of soft hair, silky dresses, tree branches, and flower petals. The project is "catching someone in a reverie, their thoughts clashing, colliding, blossoming, and bursting into consciousness," explains Tremp.
Jessica Tremp's website via [Ruines Humaines]
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Ink paintings on vintage book pages by artist Loui Jover

Ink paintings on vintage book pages by artist Loui Jover | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Australian artist Loui Jover creates Ink drawing on old book pages. Loui used to draw passionately since his childhood and when he grew up he took this interes…
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Artist Transforms 2-Year-Old Daughter's Sketches Into Detailed Paintings

Artist Transforms 2-Year-Old Daughter's Sketches Into Detailed Paintings | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Canadian artist Ruth Oosterman collaborates with her 2-year-old daughter Eve to produce beautiful paintings filled with a combination of energetic, abstract lines and gorgeous details. For each piece, the young girl first doodles on a page with black ink. Oosterman chats with her daughter as she creates to get a sense of the ideas behind the lines. She then uses her own vivid imagination to transform the abstract jumbles into vibrant paintings of animals, landscapes, and portraits.
The combination of chaos with realism is the foundation for the self-taught artist's paintings as she works to balance a structured realism with the freedom of imagination. Although she transforms Eve's work into something new, Oosterman finds it important to maintain her daughter's original lines as the foundation of the work. "One of the most important thing to me about collaborating with Eve is to make sure her vision is included and the finished piece still contains portions and shapes of her original…
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Photographer Braves Volcanic Lava for Once-in-a-Lifetime Images

Photographer Braves Volcanic Lava for Once-in-a-Lifetime Images | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
In case you weren’t aware, there’s a volcanic eruption taking place in Iceland. The Bárðarbunga volcano in the Holuhraun lava field began its flair-up on August 29, and by the beginning of September was spewing hundreds of cubic meters of lava. This stunning scene has produced some breath-taking images for Icelandic photographer and Guide to Iceland co-founder Iurie Belegurschi. He was brave enough to travel near the action and snap these beautiful pictures.
The photos show a fissure that’s nearly 2 miles in length with lava reaching heights of about 500 feet in the air. Belegurschi got close enough to experience the intensity firsthand; he reports feeling the heat from the volcano on his skin. The journey was well worth it, and the result is a collection of once-in-a-lifetime images (the last eruption was in 1910!) that showcase fiery oranges and reds juxtaposed with dark rocks and a lot of thick smoke. They remind us of Earth's natural beauty as well as its great power.…
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Elegantly Designed Grill Looks Like a Sculpture as it Barbecues

Elegantly Designed Grill Looks Like a Sculpture as it Barbecues | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
At first glance, these two eye-catching concentric circles might look like a sculpture. But, they actually serve a more practical purpose - together, they’re a grill! Named simply Kara and produced by French company Cesarré, this modern outdoor appliance isn’t your typical boxy barbecue; it’s a work of art.
The thin, airy design features two steel black rings with a suspended cooking platform in the center. It runs on charcoal like many conventional grills, and that means you can still use all your favorite recipes for steaks, kabobs, and much more.
This is the type of thing that you’d want to showcase on your patio. Not only for its looks, but especially when you consider the cost. The elegant Kara comes with a price tag of about $7,300.
Cesarré website via [Trendhunter, Gizmodo, and Appliancist]
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Toast Stamp Transforms Bread Into Adorable Teddy Bears

Toast Stamp Transforms Bread Into Adorable Teddy Bears | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Japan-based company Tokyu Hands has developed a playful way to enjoy your morning toast. This very easy little device quickly transforms a boring old square of bread into an adorable little teddy bear.
Simply press the mold into the uncooked bread to obtain the shape. Remove the cut edges, select one of the three cute expressions to press into the front, and decorate with a heart, a crown, or a bowtie cutout. Finally, put the bread in the toaster and minutes later, you are greeted by a charming little bear with a cute smile.
If you find yourself easily entertained by creatively-shaped foods, you may also enjoy these tiny, floating marshmallow cats by Japan-based shop Yawahada.
Tokyu Hands website via [Design You Trust]
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