These Portraits Show How People Are Just Like Their Pets

Over time, people often seem to look more and more like the pets they love and care for. Photographer Olga Fedorova wanted to capture this on camera, so she shot pairs of portraits of people with their pets. The project is titled Pet’n’Me. “Like owner, like pet… This saying has never been so true,” Fedorova tells PetaPixel. “After observing many pets and their owners I decided to put them side by…


Amber Road uses dark tones to furnish 1906 apartment in Sydney

Dark hues are paired with decadent materials in this Sydney apartment, designed by local studio Amber Road to suit a sociable, well-travelled owner.

The 1906 apartment is located in Potts Point suburb, within a high-rise residential tower that overlooks the waters of Sydney Harbour.

Amber Road opted for a dark colour palette to suit the lifestyle of its owner, who is often away for work, but who likes to entertain friends when home.

Kitchen in 1906 apartment by Amber Road

His brief for the 80 square-metre home, which was as an empty shell when he bought it, was for a versatile space where he could easily host visiting friends from overseas, large gatherings, or more intimate dinner parties. He also wanted rooms to display his growing collection of artworks. Continue reading

Flensted Mouritzen adapt heritage plaster technique to make sculptural Revolve objects

Danish design studio Flensted Mouritzen has created a running mould machine that makes sculptural plaster objects with mottled surfaces.

Called Revolve, their series of plaster objects are made using a running mould process where a metal profile is run through wet plaster to form a continuous form with smooth ridges.

This artisanal technique is typically used to make plaster cornicing found in classical architecture.

Flensted Mouritzen adapt heritage plaster technique to make sculptures
Flensted Mouritzen adapted the traditional running mould process used to make plaster cornicing

“This project is rooted in our interest in old stucco materials and moulding techniques,” said Troels Flensted and Ragna Mouritzen, who together founded the studio. Continue reading

This father turned his toddler into Wonder Woman

Josh Rossi is an Italian photographer and a father currently residing in the USA.  And, rather than taking picture of his lovely daughter Nelle as a sweet, gentle, kind princess, he empowered her as a fierce warrior – in this case, the Themyscira Amazonian princess Wonder Woman.

Nelle Maribella Rossi has been posing for pictures for her father since she was born, it’s a natural, carefree, uninhibited, child having fun with both costume and props, and enjoying all the attention. To see more of his portfolio, visit his website, or follow him on FacebookInstagram or YouTube. Continue reading