Cut and Create – DIY Bottle Cutter


Get creative with your leftover glass bottles: meet the bottle cutter that’s as environmentally friendly as the possibilities it’ll help create.

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Rubbee: Electric Drive For Your Bike


Cycling has never been more fun. Rubbee is an innovative bicycle drive designed for everyone who has contemplated a electric refurbish of their old bike.

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Jerome Clem new artworks


Jerome Clem is a French artist, born in Lyon in 1973. He currently lives and works in Clermont-Ferrand, in the center of France.

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A Brick Factory in Mexico

A worker settles mud in a mold to make bricks at a brick factory in Tixtla, on the outskirts of Chilpancingo, in the Guerrero state, January 26, 2015. The worker earns a salary of 15 Mexican pesos, or one dollar, for every 100 bricks made on a working day of at least 5 hours. (Photo by Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters)

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A Swan Lake

Swans gather on a partially ice-covered lake, with the air temperature at about minus 35 degrees Celsius (minus 31 degrees Fahrenheit) as steam ascends above the water near the village of Urozhainy, Sovetsky district of Altai region, January 26, 2015. About 600 swans annually migrate to the lake, which is heated by warm springs, where they spend their winter being fed by yagers, which helps them to survive the severe cold. (Photo by Andrei Kasprishin/Reuters)

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Gloomy Sculptures by Hedi Xandt

The gloomy art of Hedi Xandt is balancing on the edge of contemporary art and graphic design. Hedi Xandt was born in Norway, in a family of artists. Since childhood, he is fascinated by digital technologies.

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Traffic Lights in a Misty Night by Lucas Zimmermann

German photographer Lucas Zimmermann is a very talented young man. This can be proved only by the fact that he is a student of the Bauhaus University.

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30 Must-Have Fonts for 2015

To some people, typography may seem like a small thing. But when you’re serious about your aesthetic appearance, typography has a great impact on what you’re spelling out with your words. Typography is the style or appearance of any printed matter and the fonts you choose have an impact on the message you are sending.

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“Burning Moments” – Surreal Photographs From Burning Man 2014 by Ari Fararooy


Last year I attended my first Burning Man festival and had the most insane time of my life. I have never been surrounded by so much creativity and enthusiasm, and as a photographer/videographer I was highly inspired to capture the festival from my own unique perspective. Burning Man truly is a one-of-a-kind festival and I really hope to return this year. – Ari Fararooy

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35 Clean Examples of Logo Marks

A logomark is an indetifying mark or symbol that doesn’t contain the business name. For example think of Mcdonald’s golden arches or Nike’s swoosh. Starting to get the picture?

Companies use logomarks because they’re memorable, instantaneously recognizable, and are clear when reproduced in small sizes. In nature they’re not complicated, which makes them very compelling for your subconscious brain to remember. Logomarks are also less direct, meaning that they leave room for broader interpretation or your company/organization. They should however represent your company’s vision, culture, and value proposition.

Today we collected some beautiful examples of logomarks to inspire you. So if you’re in the process of designing a logomark yourself, this visual showcase is bound to help you get some ideas flowing. Enjoy!

Whaley Logo by Gert van Duinen

Whaley Logo by Gert van Duinen

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Say It with Style: 25 Sexy Hand Lettered Logo Designs

New York Butcher Co by Adam Trageser
What could be more beautiful than a hand-written letter? It’s organic, sexy and personalized. Letters present you a unique opportunity to go crazy and creative since they can be easily shaped, fashioned and linked to one another. The fascinating magic of letters is that you can curve, lengthen and accord them in whichever way you like, in whatever representation or symbolism you want to impart. This is precisely the reason hand-lettered logo designs never go out of style.

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El Mirador, Valle de Bravo, Mexico by CC Arquitectos


CC Arquitectos were assigned to design and built this astonishing installation, located in Valle de Bravo. It is an area for relaxation and recreation being a 2 hour drive from Mexico City. The house is located in the forest besides the town, though at the same time the guest has a significant view of Lake Avandaro, the lake of the area.

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If Disney Princesses Had Realistic Hair

Ariel with actual wet hair. (Walt Disney Studios/Loryn Brantz/BuzzFeed)

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Products of The Day #295

Luna intelligently manages your bed temperature, tracks sleep, and makes your bed smart. Luna is the world’s first mattress cover that makes any bed smart. Slip it onto your mattress and watch as your regular bed turns into a smart bed that can intelligently manage the temperature of your bed, track your sleep, and integrate with your smart home.

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Gotham 7.5K: A Rare High Altitude Night Flight Above NYC


“It is both exhilarating and terrifying all at once… Let’s just start off by saying this was the scariest helicopter “photo mission” of my career… And the most beautiful. The complexity of this city is even more impressive from above than it is from closeup on the ground as your can truly appreciate its incredible scale.” – Vincent Laforet. Filmmaker (DGA Director) photographer, producer, entrepreneur, teacher, advisor & very very proud father of two.

Imagine leaning out of an open door of a helicopter 7,500 feet over New York City on a very dark and chilly night… And seeing this.

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