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Clever ‘Lose The Waterbeard’ Campaign By John Keatley

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Seattle-based advertising and editorial photographer John Keatley worked with MiiR Bottles in creating this clever Lose the Waterbeard campaign. Ian Goode of Gigantic Squid helped him make the waterbeard magic. Continue »

Derek Zoolander By Annie Leibovitz

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Ben Stiller covers American Vogue‘s February 2016 issue as Derek Zoolander, to promote the release of Zoolander 2. The Actor is joined by Penélope Cruz and photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Continue »

This Art Director Beautifully Redesigns Homeless People’s Signs

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America’s homeless face myriad challenges, from mental illness to problems with addiction and substance abuse to amateur typography. The last of those is something that a Chicago art director is trying to address through a project called The Urban Type Experiment. Continue »

World’s Largest Railway Model Is Now On Google “Mini” Street View

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Google’s Street View, that lets you explore the world through the virtual eyes of street level cameras, has now shrunk itself to the size of a thumb, so that you can experience the world’s largest miniature model railway as if it has been blown to real size. Continue »

Whatever You Are, Be A Good One: Inspiring Quotes Illustrated By Lisa Congdon

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Totally inspiring quotes illustrated by Lisa Congdon in her latest book called ‘Whatever You Are, Be A Good One’. The title is a pretty good advice in itself. Continue »

12 Reasons Why I Love Her

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Love is in the air! We want to tell our loved ones that we care and want to do everything just to keep them happy! Because they are so important for us. Because they’re different. Because of the way they laugh. Because they’re so funny that you want to talk to them forever. Because for some inexplicable reason they stay with us and aren’t planning to leave. Continue »

’25 Things I’ve Learned’ – Artist Writes 25 Inspiring Advices

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A few time ago, artist Sean Wes shares 25 things he learned when he turned 25 through the beautiful typography of old-fashioned handwriting. All are very good advice, not just personally but professionally. Here they are in no particular order. Hope you’ll get inspired too! Continue »

16 Moms Who’re Proud Of Their Perfect Imperfections

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Photographer Neely Coeur Fox has first-hand knowledge on just how difficult it can be for young mothers to perceive their new post-pregnancy bodies, which used to be impeccable not so long ago, but changed dramatically after childbirth. So, Neely decided to organize photoshoots that would help women to change the way they feel about themselves and to see their own special beauty — the beauty of motherhood.

She shared her hopes and goals for the project in a blog post. The response was amazing, as Neely received emails from about 30 women and 16 of them agreed to be photographed. Continue »

30 Surprising Facts You Might Not Know About

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This series called Learn Something Every Day is a self initiated project by UK based design studioYoung. The project contains surprising facts drawn in cute copic doodles. Find out something you might not know about below. Continue »

Harry Potter Fans Created A Fitting Tribute To Alan Rickman On Platform 9 3/4

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Alan Rickman’s untimely passing devastated his peers and fans alike, spurring an onslaught of social media tributes. Not to be outdone, Harry Potter fans found the perfect way to honor the memory of Rickman and Snape, turning Platform 9 3/4 at King’s Cross into a shrine to the late actor. Letters and flowers (especially lilies… sob) piled up by the wall that we wish we could run through to catch the Hogwarts express. Continue »

Cute And Clever Illustrations By Jaco Haasbroek

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If you are looking for something that could lighten up your somewhat heavy day, here is a treat for you – cute and clever illustrations by Cape Town-based artist and designer Jaco Haasbroek. Check them out and for sure you would end up having bright smiles on your faces. Continue »

Fantastical Paintings Of Animals Within Post-Apocalyptic Environments By Martin Wittfooth

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Martin Wittfooth transposes the temperament we typically associate with large animals to those much smaller, painting foxes and birds as the heroic victors of this works while making larger animals much more passive and calm. Each of his paintings feature these creatures in environments that deviate from the peaceful surrounding we would expect—trash and decay littering the the ground while smog fills the sky. Continue »

It’s Not Just Art. It’s Sm(art): Sebastian Pytka Illustrates The Important Problems Of The Modern World

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Sebastian Pytka, polish artist and graphic designer. Take up topic of everyday reality, that affects each of us, but often portrayed by sophisticated wordplay and metaphors. He does not avoid drawing attention to the important problems of the modern world and reveals to observers of their own personal way of thinking. Subsequent attempts to interpret his works bring out to viewers the next hidden meanings and each detail of his paintings carries deep symbolism. Continue »

Photographer Daniel Sachon Imagines What Marilyn Monroe Would Be Like Today

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A photographer has imagined what screen icon Marilyn Monroe would be like today – and no doubt she’d love Instagram. Daniel Sachon, a student at Central St Martins, in London, created his first solo exhibition with Suzie Kennedy, an English model who looks remarkably similar to the blonde bombshell. In the exhibition, titled ‘Disruptive Innovation,’ Marilyn is seen brandishing a Starbucks coffee like so many celebrities papped now and flicking through her iPhone. Continue »

Stare Into The Deep Blue Darkness Of The Abyss Dining Table

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Following on from his design of the Abyss Coffee Table, designer Christopher Duffy, has created the Abyss Dining Table for Duffy London. The dining table will be limited to an edition of 25 pieces. Continue »