Floating Cube Illusion Spearheads Alternative Landscape Scenery

These alluring images were created by 26 year-old French-Canadian photographer, Benoit Paille. After becoming a professional, Paille has held exhibitions in Canada, Japan, L.A, Barcelona, Moscow, Ukraine and Paris:

Paille: I was interested in the introduction of a man-made object in an outdoor setting, a luminous square, a human element that forms a relationship with nature and helps it to be reborn. From this I feel a kind of poetry blossoms, linked to the presence of this regular shape, like a recurrent canvas that symbolically references creation, the blank page, the empty space that needs to be inhabited.

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Floating Cube in snow again

Floating Cube in tall trees

Floating Cube in waters edge

Floating Cube in urban setting

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Unique Transparent Bubble Tents

Transparent Bubble Tent image

If I had a big enough garden, I’d love to have one of these transparent bubble tents right in the corner. Add a bit of decking, and you have a whole new “room” for your house─never mind a tent! By what I can tell, the transparent globe-like structures need a certain air pressure to keep them in shape. Take a look at the photo of the transparent bubble tent with the snow on top─it looks more like an igloo…