[Click here to view the video in this article] Toronto agency Zulu Alpha Kilo has created an app that helps parents prove to their children that Santa is real.
Paris public transport authority RATP has come up with an etiquette guide for tourists on how to navigate the city’s subway system.
Many Chinese food restaurants in the US and Europe are plagued with kitschy stereotypes and bad—if not non-existent—branding.
An LGBT group has created an alternative IKEA catalog in response to IKEA Russia’s removal of a story about a gay couple from its monthly catalog.
Apple has just released its annual end-of-year promotional app “12 Days of Gifts” that lets users download a freebie a day from 26 December 2013 to 6 January 2014.
Professional photographer Nicolas Rivals’ latest series is inspired by the well-known Rorschach test.
French architect and artist Stephane Malka has created a brilliant—and probably illegal—housing project for the homeless in Marseille, France that takes the form of a “vertical campsite”.
The Salina Turda Salt Mines of Romania have been converted into a museum that showcases its history. Visitors use a trio of elevators to reach a cavernous space filled with carnival-like contraptions that are glowing with LED lights.
Stephanie McCombie has a series of amusing photographs of dogs licking peanut butter off their faces.
Even if you are not familiar with the Pokémon world, you would probably still know that the cute characters from the popular animated series are captured and stored inside of spheres known as Poké Balls.
Click to view entire image It goes without saying that hipsters never admit that they’re hipsters—it just goes against the very core of being one.
Andy Warhol, 1984 Vogue may be known as the most widely read fashion magazine in the world, but it has also been a dedicated proponent and documenter of artistic movements since it was first published in 1892.
If you are looking for a pin-up calendar for the new year, the ‘2014 NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar’ may be just for you.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Although Canberra is Australia’s capital city, many people living outside of Australia know very little about it—some have not even heard of it.
While Oregon-based photographer Brad Sloan was in New York City, he became enamored with the skyline, capturing some incredibly surreal shots of it.
Getting over a breakup can be tough, so Australia-based accessories brand Her Royal Flyness has come up with a cheeky, limited edition Ex-Boyfriend Revenge Kit for you to “take out your frustrations while looking glam at the same time”.
Christmas is just 14 days away. If you’ve had problems finding the perfect present for the one who has everything, ‘The Gift Of Nothing’ could be a lifesaver.
This apartment in Madrid is so narrow that it measures less than seven-feet-wide, which is smaller than a parking space.
Most of us are no strangers to sharing secrets and juicy gossip over a meal or dessert. Now that experience is available as a special menu item at a New York bakery.
[Click here to view the video in this article] London-based creative studio Pearlfisher last worked on the branding of Cadbury Dairy Milk in 2008—recently, it has once again redesigned the global identity of the iconic chocolate bar to reflect both the brand’s essence and the unique personalities of its many flavors.