Brittle Skeletons Crocheted From Discarded Textiles By Caitlin McCormack

Philadelphia-based artist Caitlin McCormack continues to explore the decay and remains of once-living things in her intricate crochet work.

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Unique Laser-Cut Jigsaw Puzzles Based On Geological Forms By Nervous System

When you’re a pro at putting together jigsaw puzzles, sometimes an everyday scenery picture just doesn’t cut it – you need a bigger challenge.

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An Amazing Eleven Candle That Bleeds From The Nose

A Stranger Things candle that bleeds from the nose? This is the Eleven Bleeding Nose Candle, an amazing candle that pays tribute to the character of Eleven and her famous nosebleed!

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This Rug Is Designed To Create An Optical Illusion That Looks Like There’s A Hole In The Floor

Scottish designer Scott Jarvie, has created the Void Rug, a 100% merino wool floor rug that when placed on the floor and viewed from a certain angle, it gives an illusion of depth.

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Stunning Medieval Wonder Woman Battle Armor Fit For An Amazon Princess

Wonder Woman has gone through a few costume redesigns over the years but she keeps coming back to some form of armor, because she’s a warrior through and through.

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Israeli Designer Creates Unique Jewelry From City Maps

Industrial designer and jeweler Talia, of TaliaSari, has created a line of jewelry that includes necklaces, rings and brooches, that are inspired by city maps.

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This Chair Allows Its User To Wrap Up And Get Comfortable

Moscow-based furniture designer Kseniya Alferova, has created COLE, a pink and grey armchair that allows you to wrap yourself up and get cozy.

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This Mini Furniture Is Designed Just For Cats

A campaign revealing mini furniture for cats is unveiled in Japan amid a new generation of craftsmen’s hopes to build upon a once-prosperous industry. The 60-second clip shows the feline friends-come-guinea pigs getting comfy on genuine furniture scaled down to their size.

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Famous Electronics Brands Rendered As An Alphabet Of Stylish Products

Taking inspiration from a wide variety of electronic brands, designer Vinicius Araújo designed this alphabet of Helvetica letterforms, each modeled after a brand’s namesake product. The letter “N” for Nintendo becomes a retro-styled NES gaming system while the “B” for Beats grabs the aesthetic of comfy headphones.

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This Islandic Town Has 3D Zebra Crosswalk To Slow Down Speeding Cars


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In the small fishing town of Ísafjörður, Iceland, an exciting development in road safety has just popped up – almost literally. A new pedestrian crossing has been painted that appears to be 3D by way of a cleverly-detailed optical illusion.

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Japanese Food Artist Eiko Mori Makes These Cute Creative Toasts. Bon Appétit!

Here are the creative toasts of the Japanese Eiko Mori, a culinary designer who is having fun creating cute and appetizing toasts by combining natural ingredients and fruits but also typically Japanese ingredients.

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JiyounKim Studio Launches Their Latest Design – The Lightning Lamp

Korean designer Jiyoun Kim has launched his latest design named the Lightning Lamp, at the London Design Fair.

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French-Argentine Artist-Designer Pablo Reinoso’s Sculptures Manipulate Reality

Imagine snaking tree roots invading and taking over everyday items, pushing their way through obstacles to emerge triumphant. Nature appears to overcome inanimate objects and bring them to life, resuscitating them.

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TONITURE Lets Kids Build Their Own Fun Furniture Designs

Seoul design firm G280 Studio, have created TONITURE, a children’s furniture line designed to spark a child’s imagination.

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“Storm Of Steel”: Stuning Design Of Body Armor In The First World War, 1914-1918

During the First World War, the size and scale of some of the weaponry produced devastating wounds and losses on soldiers. In order to provide some protection to the men in the front lines, armies explored the possibility of providing them with different types of armor.

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