Canadian artist Aganetha Dyck created delicate sculptures by using apiary feeder boards and hive blankets. Dyck uses honeybees to decorate her sculptures. The industrious insects create graceful lines and contours over the shapes of figures. These honeycomb patterns enhance the beauty and grace of the sculptures. She describes that she purchases a broken or damaged object from market and then strategically add wax or honey over it and put it in hive blankets. Bees respond to what is placed within their hive and start making wax honeycomb over the ordinary objects.
The design of a home can truly represent the people living in it. Everyone of you has different ideas in your mind that how your home sweet home should look like. Depending on your choice it can be big or small, dark or bright, wild and bizarre, because everyone perceives differently about comfort and functionality of the home. Some people want to give strange and weird look to their homes to stand out from others. Today we are going to introduced some of those people and their homes which can surely be considered the most awkward, strangest and also the most interesting homes on earth. Hopefully this collection will give you inspiration for your next home. Gingerbread House. Orlando. Florida. The USA Balancing Barn Home in Suffolk, UK World's Thinnest House, Poland Cube Houses Netherlands Curved House Mongolia, China