Artist Illustrates Pets Based on Their Personality

Every pet owner knows that while they may not be able to speak, our pets still possess huge amounts of personality no different than humans. Some are happy-go-lucky, some are pensive, and some would best be described as “scatter-brained.”

Knowing full well how unique each of our dogs, cats, and other animals really are, artist Chris Beetow began illustrating a series which brings our pets’ large personalities into the art world. He first meets with each pet owner to get an idea of their pet’s personality, before beginning on a cute, cartoonish illustration.

When completed, Chris’ illustrations never cease to put a smile on the face of everyone who sees them. If you’d like to see more, visit his website or follow him on Facebook.

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Chris Beetow pets

pet illustrations

pet personality illustrations

pet personality drawings

Chris Beetow pets

pet illustrations

pet personality illustrations

pet personality drawings

Chris Beetow pets

via Chris Beetow, diply

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‘Situation Room’ Installation Engulfs Its Viewers

Olso-based artist Jana Winderen and architect Marc Fornes of TheVeryMany recently exhibited their installation, “Situation Room,” at New York’s Storefront for Art and Architecture.

Using twenty flowing, curving spheres, the installation invites you in, engulfing you in a way which completely overwhelms all those who experience it. It is a never-ending play on our spatial senses, with the walls closing in then expanding out and chambers basking you in light then shadowing you in darkness.

The complex series of spheres questions the way we divide yet unify through our societies. View more on this installation below.

situation room installation

Jana Winderen artist

art Marc Fornes

curving pink sphere installation

situation room installation

Jana Winderen artist

art Marc Fornes

curving pink sphere installation via Miguel de Guzman, Marc Fornes, urdesign

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Net Positive Energy House in Norway Completed

Snøhetta and the Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings have completed construction of the net positive energy house in Norway which we told you about during its conceptual stage.

The home is slanted and oriented towards the southeast to produce the most amount of energy possible through its roof-mounted photovoltaic panels. Energy is also collected via on-site geothermal wells, with excess going to power the home’s electric car. The home is 100% CO2 offsetting.

No emissions-producing materials were used during its construction, and continual monitoring will be performed to keep it at the forefront of technological innovation in the fields of home energy production and efficiency. An on-site garden provides small amounts of food, while the home’s pool and showers are heated using excess power from the solar generators. View the home below.

net positive energy house

Norway home solar panels

100% CO2 offset

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solar-heated pool

zero energy house

Norway home solar panels

100% CO2 offset

positive energy home

solar-heated pool

zero energy house

via Snøhetta, Design Boom

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