In a tribute to fallen soldiers, Alan Ranger has captured stunning photographs of blood-red poppy fields at Blackstone Farm nature reserve in Bewdley, Worcestershire.
The Japanese Cocolo Bear comes complete with a smartphone dock embedded right into its torso, where the heart would be. Continue Reading on Enpundit
Stunning photos and video from Chasing Ice, a documentary that tells the story of one man’s mission to gather the scary, yet undeniable photographic evidence of our changing planet.
With zSpace, objects appear in open space, with full colour and high resolution. They appear realistically solid and can be directly manipulated as if they were real physical objects simply by using a stylus.
Conventional umbrellas are designed with only rain drops in mind, completely ignoring the effect that wind has on the direction that rain falls. The Rain Shield completely redesigns the every day umbrella, making it far more practical and functional.
Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz makes old buildings come alive by painting facial features on the façade.
Glasgow-based artist Innes McDougall has created these fantastic paintings. See more of Innes Paintings on Enpundit
In a big move for social networking, Instagram has launched their own web profiles for viewing users photographs on the web.
Jung Jun Hwang has designed the iBaby, a home ultrasound device that connects to your iPhone and captures ultrasound images of your unborn baby.
The BioLite is a portable device that features a USB port allowing you to conveniently charge your phone and other electronics without needing to connect to an outlet.
The typewriter simply connects to your computer via USB, and yes, it still writes beautifully on paper if you’d prefer to use it the old fashioned way. See the full post (more photos) on Enpundit
A collection of sixteen popular fonts and the cats that clearly inspired them. See the full post on Enpundit
When it rains, the image of an oak tree appears on the brick wall of an old synagogue in Hartford, Connecticut.
The Dyskograf Record Player translates drawings made using a felt tip pen into a musical sequence.
London-based illustrator Sandra Jawad has created this cool series of portraits, featuring the models in black-and-white and their clothing in color.