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Black Hole: Photos by Fabian Oefner

Black Hole: Photos by Fabian Oefner<p>A series of images using centrifugal force to model the paint.<p>"Black Hole" is a series of images, which shows …

Thai Iced Tea Recipe Video By Tastemade Is Making Us Thirsty

Did you notice? The sun is staying out longer, the temperature is rising (slowly) and there is an electricity in the air that says, "drink something iced." Oh, how we love iced drink season. Iced coffee, iced tea and our star of the show today: Thai iced tea.<p>Until we watched this video, we'd …

Artist Jason Hackenwerth Unveils Massive New Balloon Sculpture at Edinburgh International Science Festival. See many more photos on Colossal:

Contrasting Black And Yellow Coffee Table By Brigada

Brigada Studio from Croatia created a stylish, original and comfortable in using coffee table. Its colorful and unusual design gives much space for …

Home Made Espresso Cup

It was interesting to observe the Italians get out of their homes and head straight to the café for their first shot of espresso to get them ready …

Modern Contemporary Design

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The Tea Cup SlingsHOT

I never realized that dealing with a tea bag was so frustrating! Admittedly, I’m also more of a coffee drinker… but I can still see why the SlingsHOT …

Original bookmark.

Fruit bowl with a splash.

The stunning Seaview House by Parsonson Architects located in Wellington Harbour, New Zealand. See this beautiful Kiwi residence

A Table and a Seesaw in One.

The Crooked House, Windsor -- Phil Wiley

Inntel Hotel Amsterdam The colossal, twelve-storey-high hotel tower, essentially square in plan, is a monumental stacking and interpretation of various green-painted house types typical of the Zaan region, ranging from a stately notary’s dwelling to worker’s cottages.