Mawunyo Ruth Aku

23 Flips | 4 Magazines | 2 Following | @mawu27 | Keep up with Mawunyo Ruth Aku on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Mawunyo Ruth Aku”

Homey Feeling Room Designs

• 1 |<p>This first space explores an open plan lounge through to kitchen area, where we can see the main feature of the piece is an entire wall painted in …

Small Apartments

• 1 |<br>• Visualizer: Ipnosy Studio<p>Our first two apartments, visualized by Ipnosy Studio, use small shots of vibrant color against a completely neutral …

Amazing 3D Pencils Drawings

After an amazing illustrations’ project, Belgian artist Ben Heine is back with a perception game in 3D produced only with a pencil and a big blank …

Artist Transforms Books into Exciting Sculptural Stories

Ships, monsters, and mermaids pop out of books handcrafted by Delta, Pennsylvania-based artist Jodi Harvey-Brown (aka wetcanvas). Taking inspiration from the materials themselves, each three-dimensional scene the sculptor constructs reflects popular works of fiction. Whether it's a calm depiction …


Artist: Ramon Bruin Posted by Lara

Artist: Ramon Bruin Posted by Lara

Post Ratio Landing Page

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

Strike a pose. View the best runway looks (and Taylor Swift looks) from last night's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show here:

Milky PinUps: AurumLight Studio Splashes Milk On Models, We Begin Search For Cookies (PHOTOS)

We'll never cry over spilt milk again.<p>AurumLight Studio, a London-based conceptual photography business, is making a splash with its fresh take on old pin-up photos. Pouring milk on models sounds easy -- but photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz captures the liquid in such a way that it looks like a …

A Photographer Splashed Milk On Models To Create These Retro Looks

Got milk?<p>Taking inspiration from the pinup photos of the '40s and '50s, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz created these incredible images by layering hundreds of snapshots on top of each other.<p>Models were actually splashed with milk for each individual photo, which were snapped with special …