â€˜Suds and Smilesâ€™ is an ongoing photo series by photographer Samantha Fortenberry, in which she captures colorful images of naked people soaking in bathtubs.
In an exciting piece of design news, the original copy of legendary designer Massimo Vignelliâ€™s iconic New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual is up for auction next month.
Following last yearâ€™s announcement of an official release date for the highly anticipated Deadpool movie, actor Ryan Reynolds has recently revealed the first image of himself dressed as the Marvel anti-hero on Twitter.
[Click here to view the video in this article] After getting Pentagram to create a new logo and packaging design for it, Frootiâ€”a best-selling mango-flavored drink in Indiaâ€”has commissioned New York-based creative studio Sagmeister and Walsh to put together a large-scale branding campaign for its new looks.
Writer Cecilia Rabess and designer Melissa Small have come up with â€˜Eight Graphs That Capture The Truths Of Breaking Upâ€™.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Matt Owens,, designer and co-founder of New York-based agency Athletics, has an interview with Fast Company where he shares useful advice on how he balances personal projects with client work.
Click to view full enlarged version Click to view full enlarged version San Francisco-based Funders and Founders has created an interactive chart detailing â€˜What the Internet Thinks Aboutâ€™.
Did you know that disengaged employees cost the US between $450 to 550 billion each year in lost productivity?
[Click here to view the video in this article] The â€˜Bayit Socketâ€™ is a handy device that would let you to operate your home electronic applicances from anywhere in the world.
Bulgarian-based illustrator Tochka and photographer Atanas Kutsev, behind the Tumblr page Sofia Monsters, has created wonderful scenes of the streets of Sofia, Bulgaria.
[Click here to view the video in this article] The newly launched Brilliant Bicycle seeks to cater to casual riders who value simple, minimalist design.
Click on image to enlarge Click on image to enlarge Miami Ad School students Josh Namdar and Aditya Hariharan has creatively imagined how would big brands would help the world if it was struck by a zombie apocalypse.
[Click here to view the video in this article] YouTube channel AWE Me has created a funny â€œhow toâ€� video that teaches you how to become Batman in real life.
New York-based artist Ana Strumpf has introduced â€˜Re.Coverâ€™, her new seres of illustrated fashion magazine covers.
â€˜Popsicaseâ€™ is a clever smartphone case that is shaped like a popsicle, both handy and adorable. The case comes with a stick-like handle concealed at the back, which you can slide out for use when needed.
Image via Con Poulos It is not uncommon to come across April Foolsâ€™ Day pranks on the internet that seem to be crossing the line, and which may actually hurt their victims, whether physically or psychologically.
[Click here to view the video in this article] British comedian Ricky Gervais is the star in these hilariously honest ads for Australian broadband and cable company Optus.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Peruvian university UTEC and agency FCB Mayo Peru, who previously created an air-purifying billboard and a billboard that produces drinking water from air in Peru, are back with a billboard that grows fresh, organic lettuce.
â€˜Gluten Free Museumâ€™ is a funny Tumblr page that removes dishes containing gluten in well-known artworks and movie scenes.
Commissioned by Nymphenburg, a Bavarian porcelain manufacturer since the mid 18th century, these beautiful porcelain bowls feature three-dimensional animal figurines carefully placed in them.