[Click here to view the video in this article] It’s a scenario most men are familiar with: you and your partner have retired to bed and things are getting hot and heavy between the both of you.
Artist Dan Hernandez has modified Renaissance and Byzantine paintings to make them look more like the video game Space Invaders.
The Piazza San Marco towards the Basilica (1760-65) by Francesco Guardi Photo by Halley Docherty We previously brought you a nostalgia-inducing photo series that mashed classic album covers with Google Street View scenes.
‘The Mermaid-a-week Project’ is a beautiful on-going series by Canadian artist and illustrator Renee Nault, in which she paints a lovely new mermaid every Friday.
[Click here to view the video in this article] The latest IKEA ad from Mother London shows us a rotating kitchen that accommodates every member of the family.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Columbus, Ohio-based product design company Trident Design has created the ‘Quickey Multi-Tool’, a versatile multi-purpose key that opens anything but a door.
The German ad agency Jung von Matt has come up with a clever business card that can be rolled to measure a lady’s ring size.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Back in January, UK-based wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas spent six days in the Makgadikgadi Pans region of Botswana photographing meerkats.
From magazines and posters to greeting cards and t-shirts, great illustrations can be found everywhere, but their goal is the same: to convey ideas and messages that words simply cannot describe.
London-based brand consultancy studio We Are Goat has published a handy guide book that offers advice to clients on how to work and play nice with designers.
The Tumblr blog Putain Ouais Pubs JV has cataloged vintage video game ads that probably first appeared in France.
Taj Mahal, image by AP Most of us are familiar with how famous landmarks like the Taj Mahal, Niagara Falls and the Pyramids of Giza are usually depicted; all it takes is a quick Google search to throw up thousands of identical, close-up pictures of these man-made and natural wonders.
Designer Kyuhyung Cho, who previously came up with a set of tables and chairs that transforms into shelves, has collaborated with fellow designer Erik Olovsson to create a collection of customizable modular furniture that lets you mix and match pieces according to your needs.
Click to view entire image Coffee-lover Ryoko Iwata has come up with a fun chart that details the personalities of coffee drinkers according to their favorite type of Joe.
To mark the 7th and final season of hit TV show Mad Men, Fernando Barbella has created a Tumblr blog titled Real Mad Men, where he features the real-life personalities that he believes are working at “every single ad agency in the world”.
Some companies have such iconic branding that a colour or typeface comes to be inextricably associated with it—for instance, the colour red is a major part of Coca-Cola’s brand identity.
‘One-Dog Policy’ is an on-going photo series by Finland-based freelance photographer Maija Astikainen, in which she captures pet dogs left home alone by their owners.
New York City-based graphic designer James Campbell Taylor, who previously turned the city’s neighborhoods into corporate logos, has a new project in which he reimagines World Cup posters from 1930 to 2014.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Believing that “reading and eating are natural companions”, designer and writer Dinah Fried has recently created a photo book titled Fictitious Dishes: An Album of Literature’s Most Memorable Meals that documents the fictitious meals featured in famous works of literature.