This is the Original Friday Inspiration series – amazing things that we handpicked to inspire you to greatness. You have a full weekend ahead, so use it wisely and don’t waste your days of rest on resting!
Now, there are men who don’t wish to take risks, who always prefer play safe and go through life without getting noticed. I’m not saying that is bad, I’m just saying that you don’t want to find yourself in that category. Because those guys miss all the fun. Because on the other side, you can find men that don’t pay attention to this kind of things.
How does it sound to have your own private labirynth where you can go to and escape the outside world. The least to be said about such a concept is that it sounds ironic. However, Art Design Craft, an artist company led by Benjamin Nordsmark shows how you can add depth and dimension to a regular living room table by adding a labyrinth inside of it. We do find quite amazing. Benjamin Nordsmark is a furniture and cabinet designer, a man that uses … continue reading
Do you want luxury? Because this is how you get luxury. Do you want opulence? Because this is how you get opulence. Born from a collaboration between Goldfinch Pianos and Based Upon artist studio, “The Baby” grand piano stands out in front of everything else around it, no matter where you will place it, wether it’s a grand opera hall or a decently large living room of a mansion. There is hardly much to tell about this piano in order to express its … continue reading
Paul Pichugin is a Landscape, Travel and Commercial Photographer, born in South Australia, raised in New South Wales and Queensland. He now lives in the South West of Western Australia.
Paul loves to travel, experiencing other cultures, connecting with people and exploring new places. His photography has been featured in publications internationally, been used in national and international tourism campaigns and also across several major TV networks. He enjoys volunteering and working with Non-Profit Organisations to help raise awareness for their causes and funds for their projects. He works with The Giving Lens, founded by Colby Brown, as a photography workshop instructor and team leader. This involves leading a team of photographers through foreign countries, teaching photography and volunteering with local NGOs.