Slurp – Salad & Soup Bar

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Some cool design in this little Salad & Soup bar at Cloister’s Arcade in Australia. A black and white checkered wallpaper and floor, marble counter and a nice atmosphere. Slurp serves fresh salads & soups with decent amount of fillings made by scratch. Both are available for take away..

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ALEXANDER WANG X HAYDENSHAPES

Marble-interior-design-fashion-trend-white-styling-surfboard-beautiful-Australian-brand-Haydenshapes-Alexander-Wang-Grand-Street-store-New-YorkDon’t you need this amazing marble surfboard by Alexander Wang and an Australian surfboard brand Haydenshapes. Creating 5 mable surfboards for his Cage installation at his flagship on 103 Grand Street in New York.  Haydenshapes founder Hayden Cox personally crafting every surfboard by hand. Photos were made of the marble, then digitally printed onto the boards for one of a kind designs. They won the award Hypto Krypto model of Surfboard of the Year  More information here.Marble-interior-design-fashion-trend-white-styling-surfboard-beautiful-Australian-brand-Haydenshapes-Alexander-Wang-Grand-Street-store-New-York-2 Marble-interior-design-fashion-trend-white-styling-surfboard-beautiful-Australian-brand-Haydenshapes-Alexander-Wang-Grand-Street-store-New-York-cage

| The Magical Paper Statues Of Li Hongbo |

Incredible paper statues made by artist, Li Hongbo. Creating a statues that look like real, concrete hand cute roman heads, but look real close and see that the statue is made using 20,000 layers of paper stacked and glued together. Inspired by traditional chinese paper decorations as well as a personal long-standing fascination with paper, and looking back at his student days (recalling the times he had to reproduce the classical sculptures like Michelangelo’s David). So amazing to see this in the movie. Go and see Li Hongbo’s first solo exhibition in the United States at New York’s Klein Sun Gallery 
| 525 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 |

”In my art, I like using subjects that we often see. Quite ordinary, quite natural {…},”  Li Hongbo.

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