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Most unusual gold products

Most unusual gold products. Nike sneakers made ​​of pure, 24-carat gold

Most unusual gold products – Nike sneakers made ​​of pure, 24-carat gold by American designer Ken Courtney

Most unusual gold products. Gold has always been a symbol of luxury and wealth. But millionaires want to have not only gold jewelery. The most bizarre and expensive items made ​​of gold, for which rich people spend tens of thousands of dollars is a kind of modern gold rush. Sunny shine of precious metal attracts not only investors, but also masters of the originals wishing to implement insanely creative (or creatively insane) ideas from not cheap material. American jewelry designer Ken Courtney has released Nike sneakers made ​​of pure, 24-carat gold. Price of a pair of shoes is more than 5000 dollars, which perhaps is not large for passionate fans of the brand. But who would dare to jog in such sports shoes, I wonder.
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Hyperrealistic pencil drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Bedford Drive II, Beverly Hills. Hyperrealistic pencil drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Bedford Drive II, Beverly Hills. Hyperrealistic pencil drawings by Elizabeth Patterson

Hyperrealistic pencil drawings by Elizabeth Patterson.
The talented American artist Elizabeth Patterson creates amazing hyperrealistic paintings with color pencils and graphite, and the viewer gets the feeling as if he is looking through a wet window. Elizabeth Patterson prefers to see the world through the wet window of her car. Because in most of her beautiful paintings can be seen traveling lights of cars, shapes or lights of highway gas stations. To look at the paintings of the artist is a real pleasure, because through the flowing streams are seen more and more details. Her series of paintings Elizabeth Patterson titled simply – «Rainscapes». She really was once behind the car window during a rainstorm, before her eyes flashed landscapes, and the artist had an idea to draw the rainy world behind the windshield of her car. The constant change of colors and shapes of objects acted so fascinating that the artist soon started working.
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Flying cars against traffic jam

Flying cars against traffic jam

Flying cars against traffic jam. Flying car that can take-off from standing still

Flying cars against traffic jam.
The first flying cars that can take off vertically if you get stuck in a traffic jam are set to go on sale to the public as early as 2015. The Massachusetts firm Terrafugia has announced its Transition design, which is part sedan, part private jet with two seats, four wheels and wings that fold up so it can be driven like a car. The firm has also unveiled plans for a TF-X model that will be small enough to fit in a garage, and won’t need a runway to take off. The Transition will cost $300,000.
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Hyperrealistic oil paintings of cars by Cheryl Kelley

Hyperrealistic oil paintings of cars by Cheryl Kelley

Hyperrealistic oil paintings of cars by Cheryl Kelley

Hyperrealistic oil paintings of cars by Cheryl Kelley

American artist hyper realist Cheryl Kelley is from Texas. She studied Fine Art at University of Houston, from which she graduated in 1992. Kelley creates beautiful photo-realistic paintings of automobiles of different colors which reflect the surface of the subject and the world around it, like a mirror. The artist works from photographs that she takes at car shows and museums. She uses oil on canvas, she says “I believe it is the most sensual of all mediums and it allows me the freedom to have varying techniques within my work”. Kelley’s introduction of luxury sports cars like Porsche and Bentley creates a conceptual dialogue of modernity’s influence on design, social trends, technology and taste. Cheryl Kelley’s oil hyperrealistic paintings are displayed in different solo shows and group exhibitions in NY, San Francisco, Texas, Canada.
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Car parts sculptures by James Corbett

Car parts sculptures made by Australian artist James Corbett

Car parts sculptures made by Australian artist James Corbett

Car parts sculptures by James Corbett. Australian artist and sculptor James Corbett, from Ningi, Queensland, creates unique artworks from car parts. Nothing is bent into shape; the original integrity of each car part is maintained. “The parts themselves are often interesting, some are as much as eighty years old”, says James Corbett. Since 1999 his life like pieces have been successfully participating in exhibitions in Australia, England, Switzerland, New Zealand, Japan, the United Arab Emirates and the U.S.A.
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Passionate British biker stylish funeral

Passionate British biker stylish funeral

Passionate British biker stylish funeral

Passionate British biker stylish funeral
Close friend Phil Hathaway said Mark was passionate about anything mechanical – ‘Sometimes it was easier for him to take things to bits than it was for him to put them back together’
The last journey of Mark Nuttallin 58, who was passionate about motorcycles, were in style – his coffin was carried to an abbey in a 24-foot long trike hearse, his wife, Sharon, rode his Harley-Davidson in a procession of around 50 motorbikes to the service near Romsey, Hampshire, England. His biker friends carried the coffin, which had his helmet and gloves on top along with floral tributes. The celebration of his life included AC/DC’s Thunderstruck and Bon Jovi’s Thank You For Loving Me.
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Colorful Vehicle painting in Pakistan

Colorful truck painting in Pakistan

Amazing Colorful truck painting in Pakistan

Vehicle painting in Pakistan
Colorful truck painting in Pakistan has become a truly traditional form of art. The painting depicts landscapes, beautiful women, pictures of political figures, patriotic symbols, fetish objects, religious symbols, driver’s words of wisdom, human heroes, calligraphy of poetic verses. This moving art exhibits Pakistani culture and symbolism. The truck painting industry has become a big business. Only in Karachi there are more than 50,000 people working in small, often run by a family, workshops, each with unique styles and specialties. The process of decorating a truck can take six – ten weeks. Traditionally the front of the truck features religious scenes, while the back has modern life pictures and humorous motifs.
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