Posts Written On January 05, 2017

Love Your Pet FUREVER!

Pet Lovers can cherish their pets FUREVER through the exciting new 3D digital printing technology developed by, transforming photos of pets into a lifelike full-color figurine or a hanging ornament, a perfect gift for the animal-lover who has everything or a lovely way to memorialize pets who have crossed over the rainbow bridge.   The ordering process is so simple, it can even completed with a cell phone.

The Furever 3D process uses the very latest 3D technology, combining durable materials and archival inks to create a porcelain-bisque-like custom keepsake, individually modeled by our highly skilled team of technicians.  After submission of photos as suggested on the Furever 3D website, the image is digitized by the tech team and emailed to the customer for approval and changes made if necessary.   The image is then “printed” into the desired size – 3, 5, or 7 inch, an exact replica in permanent 3D color. The entire process takes about two to three weeks.

Not painted or cast from a mold, your favorite critter is created individually as if cell by cell through this incredible 3D print technology using specially developed raw materials to last Furever in its prime.

No animal too big or too small: dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, horses, ferrets, insects, even fish – any animal you can photograph can be reproduced Furever!

What do they do? How do they do it?  Step one is to go to the website and watch the brief video ( about what photos are needed and how to take them.  Step two: upload the photos to the website and place your order.

The following is an example of a real dog named Hektor.

Hektor is a bomb-sniffing dog with the Rochester Police department.  He works at the Rochester International Airport.  Pictures were taken with a cell phone and uploaded to the website.  The modeler emailed a digitized 3D model for approval.  Hektor was then “printed” on the 3D printer.

And, they are made in the USA!  This is the the only company in the USA that does this. From paw pads, scales, hooves, or claws to wings, gills, or mane, each Furever 3D creation is as unique as your beloved finned feathered furry friend.


5 Fashion Designers You Must be Aware of this January

Since December is a festive month, we really wear ourselves off when it comes to fashion. It is like we use our entire creative energy to make ourselves look our best. Now, since all our fashion energy is spent during December, January is usually left with boring outfits. Plus, January tends to be the coldest month of the year, which means that we – most of the time – just put on thousands of layers of clothing and end up looking like hobos. To prevent this from happening, we are presenting you with a list of 5 amazing designers, who’ll provide you with the best fashion inspiration.

Gosha Rubchinskiy


With this controversial and mega popular Russian stylist it is all about bringing back the 90s. He keeps winning our hearts with simple hoodies, T-shirts and tracksuits; jeans with his signature prints – 1984, Russian flag, SPORT, sickle and hammer (which is the symbol of communism) etc. The beauty of his designs lies in casualness, timeless pieces and bold symbols. If you do a little bit of research you will see that many celebrities dig his style – from Kylie Jenner to ASAP Rocky. All our fellow sporty types should definitely pay attention to his designs if they lack inspiration.

Dhruv Kapur


If you are a minimalistic type, you should definitely pay special attention to this genius. He relies on architectural elements and neutral palettes. His asymmetrical tailoring (the back is usually longer than the front) and reconstructed male garments in women collections (like a skirt made of suit jacket) make all that minimalism somehow entertaining. His garments flatter women silhouettes and create a powerful message. The best thing about visionary Indian fashion designers is their variety. Manish Arora, opposed to Dhruv, is all about joyful and kaleidoscopic palettes and designs. He matches the unmatchable and makes a fairy tale out of every combination. On his fashion shows, you will see every color of the rainbow, unusual makeup combinations, lot of dresses and A-skirts as well as blazers and hoodies. Wake up your inner child by trying out some of these styles – you won’t regret it.

Farah Malik and Dana Arbib


Farah Malik, who comes from Pakistan and Dana Arbib who comes from Lebanon, joined forces and started a new brand called A Peace Treaty, which is all about capes, bags, jewelry, hats, knits etc.
When it comes to jewelry, it is all about combining Islam and Judaism style by making golden rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces etc. that contain some symbols of both religions (the Star of David with a moonstone, for example).
Knits are all about traditional geometric patterns and colors (red, black, gold, brown, purple etc.). The same goes for capes and scarves. It is clear that they both have a huge respect for their cultures.
Bags are filled with geometric patterns and vivid colors: from yellow over red, all the way to blue and black.

Isa Tapia


“Love your shoes love yourself” says Isa. This fabulous designer is known for her beautiful imagination and refined taste. She combines edgy with romantic, and cute with fearless. For 2017. she has prepared some incredible boho chic and denim details, rainbow colors and many more surprises we are dying to see. She knocked us off our feet with her FW 2016 heel collection, where you could see everything from black to baby pink. As we can notice, straps are her signature heel accessory – which is super cool and always trendy. One thing is for sure – she definitely won’t fail to surprise us again this season.

One thing is crucial: we must not forget about fashion, as 2017. is definitely going to wow us. We should also be a bit bolder, and try out some new styles we’ve never tried before.


Decorate your home like an Aussie

The beauty of Australia isn’t just about its geographic distance from other continents, it is also in its unique nature and aesthetics in every sphere of life. When it comes to home decor, Aussies are unique and interesting. It’s all about minimalism, geometrical patterns, nature elements and lighting. Here is how to decorate your home like an Aussie.

Let the nature inspire you

With Aussies it is all about wood, rocks, and natural colours. Feel free to put a wooden lampshade, or a wooden hanging chair in your living room. Simply you should recreate the feeling of a rainforest in your home. Lots of plants, zen gardens and many wooden details will help you with that.

Minimalism with a twist

You’ve certainly noticed that walls and furniture tend to be white in places with long coastlines. The same goes for Australia, they like to keep it minimalistic. But of course, since they’re a fun bunch, they like to spice things up a little bit with some bold details. For example, put a fire red blanket on your pure white bed sheets, put a garnish yellow pillow on your white couch etc. The key is in making “boring” colour combinations super fun and “happy”.
Another thing they love are stripes. Not only they are fun, but they also keep the dirt less visible. Spice up your space with a nature-hued striped mat or set of striped pillows on a random place. Browse catalogs of Online Furniture Stores to find accessories that suit this coastal style.

Give some love to the natural lighting and ventilation

The best way to save the energy and revive your home is to lean on natural lighting. Open up the blinds and let the sun shine through your windows. Even the 1000 light bulbs can’t replace the warmth and energy the sun.
Also, since it is all about recreating natural atmosphere, the air in your home should always be fresh. You do this by opening your windows as often as you can, or by using a commercial air purifier such as Oransi. Clean air is important for our mood and especially for our health.

Have fun

This means that you should roll up your sleeves and make something unique for your home. The best place to do so is the bathroom or your bedroom. Since it is all about nature and sea, you could buy some artificial starfish in your local gift shop and glue them on your bathroom mirror or a bedroom window.

Tablecloths are no-no

Since the beauty of beach type decorating is in its low-maintenance and an informal approach, tablecloths are off limits for sure. There is nothing more Aussie than a cluttered table filled with candles and shells. You will reduce the laundry load and you don’t have to worry about breadcrumbs and food spills – just wipe them off with a dish cloth.

Sea brainwash

The brainwash part may sound a little bit disturbing, but don’t worry, we used this word to help you understand that the major point is into making an entire place immediately reminds you of seashore and waves. Place sea paintings everywhere, hang a surfboard on the wall, put up a good ol’ “Gone Fishing” sign on your front door, etc.


Circles are our friends. Consider putting porthole windows on your doors and round pictures on your walls. You will feel like you are on a ship sailing somewhere far away. Besides that, another signature nautical feature are white-blue stripes with red details. Get some pillows, blankets or rugs with these stripes, put an antique ship’s wheel on your wall and enjoy the sailing atmosphere by sitting in your rocking chair and having some rum.  



Take a vintage reproduction trunk and use it as a cute coffee table in your living room. Decorate it with a nice inscription, hurricane lamp and some driftwood. The great thing about this “coffee table” is that it’s also really practical, because you can store all the stuff that makes some sort of “mess” inside of it.

Cushions are your canvas

The last, but certainly not least detail are cushions. How would you react if we told you that a printed hessian sack can be a fabulous cushion cover? Their down to earth look goes great with every interior, especially the white “beachy” one.

As you can see, the key in copying Aussie style is in being as laid-back as they are and having fun with some unexpected details. You will see that you will learn all the tricks as soon as you start following this advice and your friends will start to think that maybe you’re an Aussie too. If you have some more decorating ideas, feel free to leave them in the comment section below.