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Chu Chih-Kang, Taiwan’s Unique Dark Library Where Every Book Has Its Own Light

Such a beautiful concept.






This unique library is straight out from a booklover’s fantasy! Unlike other libraries where their only rule is to keep silence, this place took it up a notch and made it even more serene by featuring very low lighting.

The Taiwanese library designed by Chu Chih-Kang studio has nearly 300 bookshelves. The pieces are highlighted separately making the front covers pop from afar.

Chu Chih-Kang displays the books in a way that visitors can see their personalities.

The lighting were carefully-designed to make it look like the books are floating.

The library has such a unique concept but its purpose remains the same as any other libraries, which is to provide a nice and comfortable place for booklovers.

Since the individual lighting focuses on the book, readers won’t even notice the presence of other people as their contentration is quickly directed at the books. Visitors can enjoy getting lost in their imagination without being bothered by other people.

So many books, so little time.

Booklovers can enjoy their reading session without disruption.

While it’s quite easy to get distracted by a lot of the people inside the library, this place will only make you focus on the book in front of you.

The area is 185 square meter.

It’s big enough to fit all the books, small enough to let you explore your imaginations.

It is designed by Chu Chih-Kang space design.

Chu Chih-Kang and Lin Tan-Hua are the talented designers of the dark library.

The dark library is located at Dayi Warehouse Cluster Pier-2 Art Center Kaohsiung City (C7-6 Warehouse 2-1 Dayi Street Yancheng District Kaohsiung City).

The unique library is owned by Wuguan Books.

It is safe to say that this dark library has got to be one of the most beautiful libraries out there.

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Japanese Photographer Goes Insta-Famous for His Amazing Ninja Cats Photography

Ever wondered what cats do when you’re not looking? Practicing martial arts, of course!

Mark Andrew



Cats are lazy, you say? Well you just might change your mind after seeing these images. Actually, perhaps unknown to us all, cats are living secret lives – as ninjas!

In this collection of pictures posted online by Japanese photographer Hisakata Hiroyuki, we see our adorable feline friends seemingly practicing their jumps, kicks, and punches. No wonder people just couldn’t help but compare them to ninjas!

Hiroyuki posts most of his ninja cat photography over at Instagram and Twitter. Not surprisingly, his amazing work has since gained a lot of attention online, not only from cat-lovin’ netizes but from various news websites. One quick glance at his Instagram page and you'll see most of the images garner 1,000 to 2,000 likes from users.

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This Guy Turns His Massive Book Collection Into Incredible Works Of Art

Books are no longer just for reading and display.




James Trevino doesn't just read books but also create art out of them. With the massive collection of books, he is one of the most popular bookstagrammer on IG. This guy is a big fan of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Pokemon, Star Wars, Game of Thrones and many more.

From these books, he draws inspiration and recreates them through some of his creative book cover acts. Although Trevino is well known his for Popular Culture book display ideas, it does not end there. Like any other, he continues to explore and create acts out of the books he has read.

Here is a photo of James Trevino that shows his huge collection of rainbow-colored books.

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Artists Unite To Create A Breaching Whale With 10,000 Pounds Of Plastic

This is a reminder of how much the amount of plastic waste ends up in the oceans each year.




StudioKCA, which is an architecture and design firm based in Brooklyn, constructed a 38-ft. tall breaching humpback whale made from over 10,000 pounds of plastic ocean waste. They created the installation for the Bruges Triennial

The project is in response to the estimated 150 million tons of plastic trash currently in the ocean. STUDIOKCA and the Hawaii Wildlife Fund collaborated to organize a clean-up in beaches so they could collect plastic waste to be used for the Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale).

Trash becomes a treasure!

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