Five amazing structures made using plastic bottles

Plastic has been blamed for pollution and increasing the amount of garbage. Worldwide survey reports show that plastic products are one of the primary substances that cause the enormous growth of landfills. It can block sewage system and cause water logging, disrupting the lives of inhabitants. The modern recyclers and environment lovers have started a crusade of making useful structures with plastic bottles for keeping

July 3rd, 2013 1 comment Art

The most innovative stamps of 2013

Philately is an old and well known pastime. The collecting of rare and valuable postal stamps is a pastime that has occupied the minds of the common and the elite alike. Several monarchs such as the George VI, the King of United Kingdom, King Gustav of Sweden and King Carlos of Spain have been enthusiastic postal stamp collectors, spending large sums of money on acquiring

June 19th, 2013 0 comments Art

Five amazing, imaginative items carved out of timber

Wood, today, has found its usage in everything you can think of! Right from being used for making USB flash drives to building motorcycles and flashlights, wood itself has become a really cool material to create exciting objects. Listed below are five such wooden objects, which throw ample light on the creativity involved in making them.

Wooden Mouse

Handcrafted using Chinese flowering ash, the Wooden

April 25th, 2013 0 comments Art

Funky food art that can convince kids to eat their veggies

Most of us remember being chided by our mothers and fathers when we played with food at the dinner plate. But as we grew up and started eating out at gourmet restaurants, we found that being creative with food actually adds a lot of value to whatever has been put on the plate. Some of us even use these clever food presentation tactics to coax

April 10th, 2013 0 comments Art

Table made from dried French bread is slightly tempting

very day, restaurants around the world are forced to throw away tonnes of French bread if they have become too stale to be suitably used in any of the recipes on their menus. Even though this creates a lot of unnecessary waste, most restaurants are forced to do so to ensure that no stale or unusable food ends up being served. However, Studio Gyalik, the

February 20th, 2013 0 comments Art

Welcome Chinese new year ‘Snake’ in a scaly style

Welcome the Year of the Snake with scale motifs

The Chinese Year of the Snake is all set to commence soon and if you want to mark this remarkable event, you can use the scale motif to adorn anything from your homes to your apparel and even lighting scheme. The motif of snake scales is way more handy and flexible than regular snakeskin pattern or

February 14th, 2013 0 comments Art

Christmas Decoration Ideas that are Innovative

[box_dark]Celebrate your Christmas in a different style[/box_dark]
 With winters showing up and Christmas being merely a month away, the festive shopping and planning is certainly on the to-do list of everyone. X-Max is all about fun, magic, gifts, lights and liveliness and your home should be depicting all these expressions. However, decorating the house should be so innovative that it brings a feeling of freshness

December 5th, 2012 1 comment Art

Fashioning décor items out of outdated cassette reels

Do you have old cassettes locked up in the attic? Well, almost everyone will say yes to this one as cassettes were the most popular way to listen music in earlier times. They were very popular and that is why everyone has a lot of cassettes at their homes but today they are more like junk and unwanted things. Due to advancements in technology we

October 25th, 2012 0 comments Art

Nathalie Boutté’s creation: Paper strips textured images

Images from Legos and dominos have become quite common these days. But designer Nathalie Boutté used the same principles of pixilation to create stunningly detailed pictures that are made entirely out of paper strips! The self-taught artist combines elements from disciplines such as painting, sculpting and photography to create art “out of” paper instead of “on” the paper itself. To create these stunning images, the

June 23rd, 2012 0 comments Art

Gekröse: A Sculpture by Franz West

Austrian sculptor Franz West’s “Gekröse” sold out on the first day of its exhibit for a seven digit sum. Considering its humungous size one would know that the sculpture was bought by person with an extremely large house! Jona Lueddeckens, from the gallery, remarks that this is Franz’s biggest creation till date. “Gekröse” is titanic. One of its kind, the sculpture is probably one of

June 19th, 2012 0 comments Art

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