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These Flower Lamps Bloom When People Stand Under Them E-mail
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Pedestrians in Jerusalem’s Vallero Square can stop for some respite under these self-inflating, giant flowers. Installed by HQ Architects in 2014 and titled “Warde,” these nine by nine meter flowers “bloom” when someone approaches, or when a tram is about to arrive, brightening an otherwise depressed part of the city.

“This project is part of the municipality’s effort to improve the urban space of the city center and in this specific case, of the [square’s] poor condition,” reads the Designboom submission. “Warde’s attempt was not to fight the chaos but instead to try and lighten up the urban space, by spreading around these four elements that have a hint of fantasy, and with their help, overcome the reality of the square.”

These Flower Lamps Bloom When People Stand Under Them

What If Superheroes And Villains Tackle Everyday Tasks E-mail
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What If Superheroes And Villains Tackle Everyday Tasks

Canada-based photographer Daniel Picard loves pop culture, so much so that he's created a fun series of photos that explores what it would be life if superheroes and villains had to tackle everyday tasks as if they were just like the rest of us.

So what do they do when they aren't trying to destroy world's or save them for that matter? the answer is boring tasks such as scraping the ice or snow off a car, filling up with gas and maybe even going to a park to play with the kids, a far cry from saving the world and fighting epic battles.

In order to create these photos Picard has an unusual approach. Although it may appear as if they are elaborate photo shoots with expensive costumes the characters you see are actually Picard's own highly detailed models. He takes his photos and then adds the figures in digitally. To see more of his work you can visit here.

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