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Minimalism

“Minimalism is not a style.
It is an attitude, a way of being. Its a fundamental reaction against noise, visual noise, disorder, vulgarity.
Minimalism is a pursuit of the Essence of things, not appearance.”
Massimo Vingelli (designer)

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Kitchen by Antoniolupi

http://www.antoniolupi.it/eng_prodotti.php?fam=232

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Lanaras House by Nicos Valsamakis (1963)

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Lifeproof Galaxy S5 campaign

 

A true creative collaboration of outstanding talents. Each executed exquisitely to create a beautifully crafted set of unique portraits. Working from concept to completion in under 10 days David, Tim and Mike, brainstormed ideas until they united at a new own-able place. The images are new and refreshing and tell the story of the Galaxy S5′s go anywhere philosophy.

Photography: Tim Tadder
CGI & Digital Art: Mike Campau
Creative Direction: David Oldfield
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Waterwolf electric surfboard

Markus Schilcher, a German engineer had the idea to develop an electric surfboard to get the thrill of surfing without waves!

The Waterwolf is available in several versions with two sizes depending on the weight of the rider (up to 85kg and up to 120kg) and two types of battery, Standard or Premium, it is controlled using a wireless remote.

This electric surfboard feature a 5kW motor, the two battery packs (LiMn) offer a capacity of 1.34kWh (Standard) or 1.55kWh (Premium) for ranges of 20 to 30 minutes, they weight respectively 7.5 and 8.5kg – and the board from 23kg in total.

Thanks to this power of almost 7hp, the maximum speed reaches 25 to 30kph!

The first units are already available at a price upon request!

http://www.waterwolf.de/home.html

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 http://lioneleric.com/solar-roadways-applications/Solar roadways and their applicationsIt’s the roadway of the future! Feel inspired? Help us bring this project to the next step:
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/so…
Check out our other videos for more info!
“Mid Dream” by Michael Semperthttp://m.soundcloud.com/velvetblue
David Engle musichttp://m.soundcloud.com/toypiano
Movement Photographerhttp://douglasw.zenfolio.com/
Time-Lapse Photographer Jim MacDonaldhttp://vimeo.com/m/user8465308
“X-ING” Short film by Michael Naphanhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6Gva…

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Underwater Photography by David Doubilet

http://www.daviddoubilet.com/

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Soffio sink by antoniolupi

A single sign availbale in many colours, innovative proposal for the wash basins Soffio designed by Domenico de Palo. The success of the basin in Corian was immediate already in its first version, now with the possibility of painting the outside in any colour, this project becomes unique and every proposal is an absolute masterpiece according to the request of the end consumer. After placing it in the wall, Soffio is stuccoed, plastered and then finished with paint colour of your choice: simply select your shade. Once painted only a slit is visible from where the light shines through. Soffio is a “naked” basin that can be dressed in an outfit that can be changed and updated. The design of the basin and the light are striking. The led lighting is integrated in the structure (with white and blue light).

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Whale and woman

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http://lioneleric.com/christophehuet-com/

christophehuet.com

Nice 3D work from http://www.christophehuet.com/#/3D-CGI/306

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 http://lioneleric.com/sylvester-chaise-longue-cattelan-italia/SYLVESTER CHAISE LONGUE | BY CATTELAN ITALIA

http://lioneleric.com/kiteboat-testing-video/

Kiteboat testing (video)

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 http://lioneleric.com/dangerous-us-foods-banned-countries/Dangerous US foods that have been banned in other countriesFrom TheChive:


I don’t want to get everybody all riled up but according to some experts much of what we eat here in the states is potentially harmful. And I’m not just talking about the fat. But to be fair I’ve eaten nearly everything on this list and only have modestly high blood pressure according to my mom. So it’s probably fine…
Hormone-infused American Beef and Milk
Much of the US beef and milk cattle are fed synthetic hormones prior to their slaughter or milking in an attempt to get as much product out of the cow as possible. The National Cancer Association has since seen cases of hormonal cancer rise.
Found in: American beef and milk
Health Hazards: Cancer
Banned in: European Union, Japan, Australia, and China


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Pink Slime
This stuff is (apparently) meat. More exactly, the clingy meat that’s pulled from the bone by a machine, including a little cartlidge. Pink slime is used as an additive to bulk up cheap meat.
Found in: Hot dogs, burgers.
Health Hazards: This ‘meat’ is more likely to carry pathogens because it’s pulled from the bone.
Banned in: European Union


3

 
Arsenic-laced Chicken
Ask someone to name a poison and arsenic will be one of the first things to come to mind. Oddly enough, it is fed to chickens because it makes their blood vessels appear pinker and, therefore, fresher. On top of this, arsenic-laced chicken manure is commonly used to feed cows, spreading the substance to their meat as well.
Found in: Poultry and manure fed cows
Health Hazards: Cancer
Banned in: European Union


4

 
Pork Infused with Asthma Medication
Ractopamine is a drug that makes its way into most pig and cattle feed. Similar stuff is commonly used in asthma medication, this stuff makes animals more muscular and reduces fat all while increasing profit margins.
Found in: Pork and beef
Health Hazards: Weight gain, increased heart rate, insomnia, headaches, and tremors.
Banned in: Unsurprisingly, this additive has been banned in the European Union, Russia, and even China.


5

 
Toxic Energy Drinks
Brominated Vegetable Oil (BVO) is an emulsifier – it stops flavouring from separating and floating to the surface of sports drinks. The main ingredient, bromine, is a poisonous chemical used in flame retardant that is considered corrosive and toxic.
Found in: Sports drinks
Health Hazards: Thyroid issues, autoimmune disease, major organ system damage, birth defects, growth problems, schizophrenia, hearing loss and cancer amongst rats.
Banned in: Over 100 countries


6

 
Coal Tar and Oil Artificial Coloring
Color additives such as red 40 and yellow 5 are artificially created from coal tar and petroleum. Research has shown that bland coloured food is far less appealing to customers, so companies pump them full of these things.
Found in: Pretty much everything we eat, from candy to macaroni and cheese.
Health Hazards: Brain cancer, nerve-cell deterioration, and hyperactivity in children.
Banned in: Much of the European Union


7

 
Chicken Washed in Chlorine
Thousands upon thousands of chickens are stuffed into small warehouses to produce the cheap meat on a large scale. Needless to say, the chickens pick up a lot of harmful pathogens, so, their meat is washed with a weaponized chemical to kill off any germs.
Found in: Chicken
Banned in: European Union


8

 
Toxic Bread
The US food industry seems to be obsessed with using toxic chemicals in its products. Bromine makes a return in the form of a flour-bulking agent which reduces the amount of time needed for baking.
Found in: Rolls, wraps and flat bread.
Health Hazards: Kidney and nervous system disorders, gastrointestinal discomfort and cancer amongst rats.
Banned in: European Union, Canada, Brazil and China


9

 
Bleached Flour
While most countries wait for flour to naturally whiten, US food companies add azodicarbonamide to bleach the flour as quickly as possible. This chemical is also found in sneaker soles.
Found in: Bread, boxed pasta and baked goods.
Health Hazards: Has been linked to asthma
Banned in: In Singapore, you can face 15 years in jail for using the chemical in food


10

 
Butylated Hydroxyanisole and Butylated Hydroxytoluene
Butylated Hydroxyanisole and Butylated Hydroxytoluene are two delicious sounding chemicals that are used to stop food from becoming rancid.
Found in: Cereal, gum, butter and meat
Health Hazards: Has been linked to cancer
Banned in: UK and Japan


11

 
Antibiotic-infused Meat
Antibiotics are commonly used on US farms to promote animal growth and combat the unnatural and squalid conditions of their pens. Around 80% of all antibiotic use in the US is in cows, salmon and other animals.
Found in: Meat
Health Hazards: The overuse of antibiotics may be linked to an increase in drug-resistant bacteria that make people sick.
Banned in: European Union, Australia and New Zealand


12

 
Irradiated Meat
Food in the US is often exposed to low levels of radiation as a method of preservation and to stop food borne illness. The European Union only allows irradiation to take place in herbs and spices and argue that it is an unnecessary – and potentially dangerous – replacement for good hygiene in the food industry.
Found in: Meat as well as fresh fruit and vegetables.
Health Hazards: Fear that irradiation could initiate dangerous chemical changes in food.
Banned in: European Union


13

 
Genetically Engineered Food
Many of the papayas that make their way to the US are genetically modified to be ringspot virus-resistant. While we don’t fully know the effect of genetically engineered foods on humans, many European countries are against it because of the effect on animals.
Found in: Papayas, corn, and many other crops.
Health Hazards: Animals fed GE foods have suffered intestinal and organ damage, tumors, birth defects, premature death and sterility by the third generation.
Banned in: Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary and Luxembourg.


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Carrageenan
Carrageenan is used as an emulsifier and thickener in processed dairy goods, including baby formula. It has been found to cause gastrointestinal inflammation which can be especially dangerous to young children.
Found in: Processed dairy goods, including baby formula.
Health Hazards: Causes gastrointestinal problems.
Banned in: Infant formulas in the European Union.


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Atrazine
Atrazine is one of the most widely used herbicides in the US. This particular herbicide is notorious because it has been known to leak through the ground and contaminate drinking water. Like other herbicides, small doses also transfer into humans via the crops that we eat.
Found in: Drinking water, crops.
Health Hazards: Has been linked to reproductive problems.
Banned in: European Union


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Fat Free Chips
‘Light’ chips are better for you, right? Not if they have Olestra in them. This fat substitute has been known to cause anal leakage and reduce the amount of vitamins found in the human body.
Found in: Fat-free chips
Health Hazards: Oily anal leakage and vitamin depletion
Banned in: UK and Canada, amongst many others.
 http://lioneleric.com/dangerous-us-foods-banned-countries/Dangerous US foods that have been banned in other countries
 
I don’t want to get everybody all riled up but according to some experts much of what we eat here in the states is potentially harmful. And I’m not just talking about the fat. But to be fair I’ve eaten nearly everything on this list and only have modestly high blood pressure according to my mom. So it’s probably fine…
Hormone-infused American Beef and Milk
Much of the US beef and milk cattle are fed synthetic hormones prior to their slaughter or milking in an attempt to get as much product out of the cow as possible. The National Cancer Association has since seen cases of hormonal cancer rise.
Found in: American beef and milk
Health Hazards: Cancer
Banned in: European Union, Japan, Australia, and China


2

 
Pink Slime
This stuff is (apparently) meat. More exactly, the clingy meat that’s pulled from the bone by a machine, including a little cartlidge. Pink slime is used as an additive to bulk up cheap meat.
Found in: Hot dogs, burgers.
Health Hazards: This ‘meat’ is more likely to carry pathogens because it’s pulled from the bone.
Banned in: European Union


3

 
Arsenic-laced Chicken
Ask someone to name a poison and arsenic will be one of the first things to come to mind. Oddly enough, it is fed to chickens because it makes their blood vessels appear pinker and, therefore, fresher. On top of this, arsenic-laced chicken manure is commonly used to feed cows, spreading the substance to their meat as well.
Found in: Poultry and manure fed cows
Health Hazards: Cancer
Banned in: European Union


4

 
Pork Infused with Asthma Medication
Ractopamine is a drug that makes its way into most pig and cattle feed. Similar stuff is commonly used in asthma medication, this stuff makes animals more muscular and reduces fat all while increasing profit margins.
Found in: Pork and beef
Health Hazards: Weight gain, increased heart rate, insomnia, headaches, and tremors.
Banned in: Unsurprisingly, this additive has been banned in the European Union, Russia, and even China.


5

 
Toxic Energy Drinks
Brominated Vegetable Oil (BVO) is an emulsifier – it stops flavouring from separating and floating to the surface of sports drinks. The main ingredient, bromine, is a poisonous chemical used in flame retardant that is considered corrosive and toxic.
Found in: Sports drinks
Health Hazards: Thyroid issues, autoimmune disease, major organ system damage, birth defects, growth problems, schizophrenia, hearing loss and cancer amongst rats.
Banned in: Over 100 countries


6

 
Coal Tar and Oil Artificial Coloring
Color additives such as red 40 and yellow 5 are artificially created from coal tar and petroleum. Research has shown that bland coloured food is far less appealing to customers, so companies pump them full of these things.
Found in: Pretty much everything we eat, from candy to macaroni and cheese.
Health Hazards: Brain cancer, nerve-cell deterioration, and hyperactivity in children.
Banned in: Much of the European Union


7

 
Chicken Washed in Chlorine
Thousands upon thousands of chickens are stuffed into small warehouses to produce the cheap meat on a large scale. Needless to say, the chickens pick up a lot of harmful pathogens, so, their meat is washed with a weaponized chemical to kill off any germs.
Found in: Chicken
Banned in: European Union


8

 
Toxic Bread
The US food industry seems to be obsessed with using toxic chemicals in its products. Bromine makes a return in the form of a flour-bulking agent which reduces the amount of time needed for baking.
Found in: Rolls, wraps and flat bread.
Health Hazards: Kidney and nervous system disorders, gastrointestinal discomfort and cancer amongst rats.
Banned in: European Union, Canada, Brazil and China


9

 
Bleached Flour
While most countries wait for flour to naturally whiten, US food companies add azodicarbonamide to bleach the flour as quickly as possible. This chemical is also found in sneaker soles.
Found in: Bread, boxed pasta and baked goods.
Health Hazards: Has been linked to asthma
Banned in: In Singapore, you can face 15 years in jail for using the chemical in food


10

 
Butylated Hydroxyanisole and Butylated Hydroxytoluene
Butylated Hydroxyanisole and Butylated Hydroxytoluene are two delicious sounding chemicals that are used to stop food from becoming rancid.
Found in: Cereal, gum, butter and meat
Health Hazards: Has been linked to cancer
Banned in: UK and Japan


11

 
Antibiotic-infused Meat
Antibiotics are commonly used on US farms to promote animal growth and combat the unnatural and squalid conditions of their pens. Around 80% of all antibiotic use in the US is in cows, salmon and other animals.
Found in: Meat
Health Hazards: The overuse of antibiotics may be linked to an increase in drug-resistant bacteria that make people sick.
Banned in: European Union, Australia and New Zealand


12

 
Irradiated Meat
Food in the US is often exposed to low levels of radiation as a method of preservation and to stop food borne illness. The European Union only allows irradiation to take place in herbs and spices and argue that it is an unnecessary – and potentially dangerous – replacement for good hygiene in the food industry.
Found in: Meat as well as fresh fruit and vegetables.
Health Hazards: Fear that irradiation could initiate dangerous chemical changes in food.
Banned in: European Union


13

 
Genetically Engineered Food
Many of the papayas that make their way to the US are genetically modified to be ringspot virus-resistant. While we don’t fully know the effect of genetically engineered foods on humans, many European countries are against it because of the effect on animals.
Found in: Papayas, corn, and many other crops.
Health Hazards: Animals fed GE foods have suffered intestinal and organ damage, tumors, birth defects, premature death and sterility by the third generation.
Banned in: Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary and Luxembourg.


14

 
Carrageenan
Carrageenan is used as an emulsifier and thickener in processed dairy goods, including baby formula. It has been found to cause gastrointestinal inflammation which can be especially dangerous to young children.
Found in: Processed dairy goods, including baby formula.
Health Hazards: Causes gastrointestinal problems.
Banned in: Infant formulas in the European Union.


15

 
Atrazine
Atrazine is one of the most widely used herbicides in the US. This particular herbicide is notorious because it has been known to leak through the ground and contaminate drinking water. Like other herbicides, small doses also transfer into humans via the crops that we eat.
Found in: Drinking water, crops.
Health Hazards: Has been linked to reproductive problems.
Banned in: European Union


16

 
Fat Free Chips
‘Light’ chips are better for you, right? Not if they have Olestra in them. This fat substitute has been known to cause anal leakage and reduce the amount of vitamins found in the human body.
Found in: Fat-free chips
Health Hazards: Oily anal leakage and vitamin depletion
Banned in: UK and Canada, amongst many others.

From TheChive
LionelEric.com is a daily-updated design photoblog, full of new design trends, great design portfolios or ideas, photographies, fashion, creative advertisements, architectural inspirations, extreme and fun videos, and, cute, sexy, beauty stuff from all over the globe. We like Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid, Ora Ito, Steen Ostergaard… Feel free to comment, suggest and send your photos by email.

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My last B&W: Sanja model

Sanja model in black and white walking on a desert tropical beach

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