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Impressive Photos Of An Architect Highlight The World’s Beautiful Patterns And Hues

Be captivated by these stunning works of art!






Photography, being one of the popular mediums an artist uses to capture a beautiful portrait, freezes time and seals it into a picture as a memoir of a specific event.

With many aerial drone photography appearing from everywhere, one style stood out from the rest. This aerial photography from an architect who made his hobby his passion outside of his corporate job is just stunning. Check them out.

Demas Rusli is an Indonesian Architect based in Australia.

He picked up the camera only six years ago. With the influence from his cousin, a professional photographer, he decided to take it as a hobby. His inspiration to take photos started when he saw the interaction between his cousin and the people who were connecting with him through photography. From then on, he developed his skills to take shots of undeniably great images.

Being an architect, it dramatically helps him with the balance, symmetry and harmony of lines in his photos.

Stunningly taken, each image portrays a sharp, crisp and an entirely different outlook of how beautiful our world is.

“My photos are always heavily influenced by leading lines, geometry, symmetry and balance and I always try to put a human figure in my photos to give the image a sense of scale and relate-ability,”

Rusli said.

“This is something I learned from architecture school.”

It is amazing his images become alive as different colors complement each other harmoniously.

These things made his works stand out from other drone pictures we see every day.

Using his DJI Phantom 4 Pro, he travels around Sidney taking breathtaking sceneries and posting it on his Instagram account.

He has over 100,000 followers who greatly appreciate his masterpieces. The admiring feedback and great interactions he receives are what made him continue capturing astonishing pictures.

Looking at nature’s magnificent beauty in a bird’s eye view is something that we do not see every day.

With talents like Rusli has in capturing these images in surpassing detail and solid shots give us a completely new perspective on understanding the beauty and wonder of the world’s gorgeous pattern and hues.

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Artist Paints Realistic Creatures In Abandoned Buildings

What is this sorcery?




Artists express their creativity differently. Some enjoy creating intricate and delicate designs, while some paint creepy, huge, gigantic, and realistic bugs on the walls.

Just like Portuguese street artist Odeith, for example. He may be mostly known for his trompe l’oeil lettering, but he recently added realistic and larger-than-life creatures to his art collection.

Odeith chose to release a lot of monstrous bugs like wasps, flies, and bugs in a portion of the relinquished structures in his city.

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Adorable Dogs Let Their Personality Shine In Gorgeous Portraits

These cute dogs could give some supermodels a run for their money!

Nobelle Borines



There is little doubt that each dog is unique in their own way. Pet owners will tell you that their furry companions have little quirks and traits that make them truly special.

One photographer and his wife proved that every pup indeed has their own personalities by making a collection of amazing portraits dubbed The Dog Show.

Alexander Khokhlov and his wife Veronica Ershova are a Moscow-based creative team that clearly love dogs. The couple has launched The Dog Show in 2017 but decided to work on Season 2 with more pooches. The new portraits include a group of Bedlington Terriers, an unimpressed Basenji, an elderly Labrador, and a gang of xolos. There is also an adorable Miniature Schnauzer who loves making people laugh.

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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.

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