This is an amazing showcase video of motivational prints. Inspirationz Inc set out to create the world’s most inspiring and best motivational video to celebrate the launch of their revolutionary motivational wall art catalogue. They wanted to provide you with an experience you can call upon whenever you need a spiritual boost; something that you can plug into to fuel and refuel your passion for life. The result is this video, which they have named: ‘IGNITE YOUR SOUL’.
It’s filled with masterpieces from some of the world’s greatest sculptors and painters, and prose from some of the world’s greatest prophets, poets and sages who have ever lived, combined with an epic soundtrack by Rob Dougan, they like to think that their aim has been achieved … but … I will leave it up to you, the viewer, to be the judge.
This unique piano house is in Anhui Province, China. This building was designed by the local Chinese government to attract more development to this area. Inside of the transparent violin is the escalator to the building, where a variety of city plans and ideas for the future development are on display.
I saw this video on YouTube. These dudes are making some awesome shit. This video was prepared by the UK branch of Dorling Kindersley Books and produced by Khaki Films. Originally meant solely for a DK sales conference, the video was such a hit internally that it is now being shared externally. The clip was inspired by a video created by an Argentinean agency, Savaglio/TBWA entitled, “Truth”: http://bit.ly/truthvideo. Read an interview with the creator of the video on the Penguin Blog: http://bit.ly/futureofpublishing. If you are interested in downloading this video for personal use, please visit their Bookseller site video page: http://bit.ly/penguinbooksellervideos
The modern caveman can still live underground. And I can insure you in 2011 being a caveman is no punishment :-). The so called earth structure houses provide organic forms, their development requiring creativity and a strong sense of space and this one is designed by Peter Vetsch, are based on the interpretation of an environmentally conscious, ecological and progressive architecture. The earth- covered houses are grouped centered around a small artificial lake with the entrance well hidden and integrated at the side of the settlement.