UK-based designer Peter Smart has a new design concept for the airline boarding pass. Identifying the issues around how modern boarding passes are designed, he took on the challenge to simplify and redesign the boarding pass.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Germany-based animators Kyra Buschor and Constantin Paeplow have created “Rollin’ Wild”, a set of clips that answer this question: If all animals became round overnight, would their daily life still run that smoothly?
Husband and wife builders Andrew and Gabriella Morrison have designed hOMe, a modern, mobile tiny house that offers maximum living without compromise.
Web company WhoIsHostingThis.com has created a detailed, step-by-step infographic that teaches you how you can completely disappear and wipe away all your online traces.
American photographer Alex MacLean has a remarkable series of photographs that capture the patterns in our modern cities from a plane.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Antibacterial soap brand, Safeguard, has recently created the Germ Alarm, an alarm that goes off every time someone visits the bathroom and does not use hand soap.
Japan-based marshmallow store Yawahada has created an adorable floating marshmallow cat that you can place in your coffee or other preferred milk-based beverage.
Let’s face it—when it comes to hairstyles, bald people don’t really have that many options to go with.
[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.