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Clouds

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The Cloud Ocean

The Cloud Ocean

Photographer Lars Leber captured this breathtaking footage captured from a vantage point above the clouds near Colorado Springs. By speeding up their movements using via time-lapse, the puffy white clouds look like the undulating waves of a surreal sky ocean.

Cloud Collision

Cloud Collision

We won’t let the irritating audio take away from Mitchell F. Chan’s Something Something National Conversation (In 2 Characters or Less), which features one of the most satisfying elements we’ve seen in an art installation – two puffy white clouds colliding endlessly in mid-air.

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Cloud Toilet Paper Shelf

Cloud Toilet Paper Shelf

You could hide all your spare rolls of toilet paper under the cabinet, or you could turn them into a work of cheeky wall art, courtesy of designer Bertrand Jayr’s concrete shelf, which transforms your TP into a fluffy white cloud. Even better with sky blue walls.

Passing Cloud

Passing Cloud

Wouldn’t it be nice to just drift with the clouds? Tiago Barros proposes just that with this more laid-back approach to travel that involves wayfaring onboard a huge cloud-shaped balloon.

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