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By Archie Tinkerbell German graphic design student Fabian Fohrer absolutely has a prosperous career ahead of him, after designing this appealing series of stamps inspired by letters, with each one based on geometric shapes.
By Flynn Matthews Japanese design is often focused on adding likable design to unexpected places, subtly pushing the audience to look twice at everyday objects from erasers to lunch boxes.
By John Oliver Artist Stefan Pabst has a talent for creating 3D drawings. One of his most new creations is a snake that will either have you falling while screaming or hanging around long enough to wonder if it’s real.
By John Oliver For those desiring to reduce their negative impact on the environment, the greatest place to build is down.
By Flynn Matthews Casper, a US mattress company, has come up with a very new way to market its extraordinary foam mattresses: a nap tour of the United States.
By Flynn Matthews In the Australian state of Victoria sits Moonlight Cabin. The remarkable structure was designed by local firm Jackson Clements Burrows Architects for a young family, aimed to give them refuge while providing extensive views of the impressive locale.
By Flynn Matthews In the project ‘Temptations‘, photographers Nick Frank and Jeannette Hägglund joined forces to create beautiful urban elements of architecture across Scandinavia.
By Archie Tinkerbell French tattoo artist Falukorv creates the visual beauty of ornament on the human body.
By John Oliver In latest series ‘Stacked‘, Australian travel and fine art photographer Peter Stewart captures hypnotizing images of skyscrapers in one of the most populated places in the world – Hong Kong.
By Archie Tinkerbell Danish window company Velux has created CABRIO, a dormer that’s made up of two parts, each with a different purpose.
By Seth Sebastian In a delicate balance of sculpting, painting, and photography, Madrid-based artist Irma Gruenholz creates portraits that could easily be confused with 2D images found in storybooks.
By Flynn Matthews Built as retreats for isolation and reflection, cabins are mostly found in remote areas, tucked into the forest-filled corners of civilization.
By Seth Sebastian Japanese artist Riu creates exceptionally complex paper cut designs. Winner of many online art competitions, the young artist, keeps an Instagram account and blog that each exhibit a beautiful display of technical skill within fragile patterns.
By John Oliver Jakub Rozalski also known as Mr. Werewolf is a Polish concept artist and illustrator who paints the world in his paintings as a futuristic 1920s Eastern Europe.
By Archie Tinkerbell For the series ‘Pits & Pyramids‘, photographer Sam Kaplan skillfully arranges food into sculptural-like still lifes.
By Flynn Matthews Ever questioned where animators get their inspiration? Obviously, to perfectionate the steps and looks of their characters, most of the time animators are using real-life references, like Kathryn Beaumont for Alice In Wonderland, 1951.
By Flynn Matthews Industrial designer from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Steel Drake has come up with awesome supercar design titled Vensepto.
By Flynn Matthews The Daasanach tribe from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley has figured out a productive and eco-friendly way to use garbage.
By Flynn Matthews Brazilian photographer Vitor Schietti has a growing collection of impermanent visions of illuminated landscapes.
By John Oliver It’s that amazing time of year again when the leaves turn golden and gather in attracting piles at the side of the streets.