Get face to face with the most feared predator in the ocean in this incredible close up footage. In the video description the photographer adds:
“I was shooting a film for a customer’s cage diving with Great white sharks and had this large Great White breach in front of the cage, in front of my lens. Very important that everyone knows that these sharks are not ruthless killers but amazing, large, beautiful creatures.”
In an ongoing series, artist Hanna Lee Tidd paints beautiful works with a single, continuous brushstroke. The artist has amassed a huge following on TikTok and Instagram for her lovely paintings and illustrations. Many fans are drawn to her videos where you can see the process of how each of her works come to life.
Below you will find some of our favourite one line paintings but you can see many more at the links below. If you’re interested in prints or original works, check out her storefront!
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We first profiled the incredible work of Matthew Simmonds back in 2014. Since then, the sculptor has continued to explore his life-long fascination of stone buildings and sacred architecture; carving miniature architectural spaces out of raw chunks of marble and limestone.
Drawing on the formal language and philosophy of architecture, Simmonds’ work explores themes of positive and negative form, the significance of light and darkness and the relationship between nature and human endeavour.
On one hand, it’s pretty cool seeing an old reliable RIMOWA suitcase that’s earned its fair share of patina over the years, telling a tale of a life well-lived. On the other, those tough aluminum cases aren’t cheap! Might as well keep the exterior as safe as the stuff inside, right? Here’s where RIMOWA’s latest creations come into play, with a quartet of all-black tough covers on hand to ensure that your luggage looks as good in ten years as it does right now.
Although the covers are only available in a single black hue, they make up for their unassuming appearance. Their ultra-tough nylon promises to resist scuffs and water, and the branding ensures that everyone in the airport is still aware that, yes, you are toting a RIMOWA. All of the covers also boast an all-over zipper and magnet closure to fight against surprise unlatchings, designed to make it easy to access internal items without removing the cover.
All of the cases are customized to fit specific RIMOWA models – Original Cabin, Check-In L, and Trunk Plus iterations are currently available — so that they can achieve a perfectly snug fit. RIMOWA’s other suitcase sizes and more adventurous items — like the tiny personal cases and eyewear — might receive their own covers in the future but no word on future cover options just yet.
The covers may all be perused on RIMOWA’s website and its flagship boutiques currently have them in stock.