Design Indaba is an online design publication that hosts annual design festivals of the same name in Cape Town, South Africa since 1995. The hosts say that the festival “inspires and empowers people to create a better future through design and creativity”. Continue reading »
For nearly 80 years these cars have been hidden underground in a quarry in France but they were uncovered by Belgian PE teacher Vincent Michel in 2016. The cars were hidden away during World War II and after the war ended they were never removed. Continue reading »
On October 6, 1966 (aka ‘The Day of the Beast’ in psychedelic circles) California banned the possession of LSD. Two years later the law went nationwide. Mark McCloud did as anyone of vision might: he began buying loads of blotters, sheets of paper infused with LSD, for consumption. Continue reading »
I think it’s safe to assume that most of us didn’t get a letter from Hogwarts. But just because we are muggles doesn’t mean we have to look like them as well. Korean brand SPAO has introduced a Harry Potter clothing line, and the items are ready to transform anyone into a wizard.
Sweaters cost about $27, hoodies go for as much as $35, and you can even get matching socks, gloves and a hat to keep you warm during the winter. Sadly, most of the selection is already sold out, so you’ll have to be on a constant lookout for a new release. Continue reading »
According to an artist Marina DeBris: “This haute mess was created in an effort to raise awareness about the massive amount of waste that is ending up in our oceans. All of these garments were made from litter that I picked up off the beaches of Los Angeles & Sydney, Australia. Continue reading »
A Humorous Collection Of Photos Of Funny And Adorable Cats As They Play With Catnip By Andrew Marttila
A humorous collection of dozens of photos of funny and adorable cats as they play with, roll in, and chow down their favorite snack of choice — catnip.
Andrew Marttila is a professional animal photographer best known for his captivating images of felines. He reaches hundreds of thousands of cat lovers through social media where he documents his travels promoting shelters across the country, taking photos for clients, and snuggling his cat, Haroun. Continue reading »
To mark the 70th anniversary of the original Land Rover’s 1948 unveiling, the British automotive manufacturer commissioned a handful of gorgeously illustrated posters that go from vintage to modern in all kinds of style. Continue reading »
This art form in African countries was at its peak during the 1980s and 1990s. During this time, artists would let their imagination run wild in order to create posters that would never fail to draw audiences to Africa’s dilapidated cinema halls, so they used their fantasy to add scenes, weapons, and characters that didn’t even exist in the original movie. Continue reading »
That fashion is a dog-eat-dog world was perhaps the message from French designer Julien David, whose models for fall-winter previews all donned comic canine masks. Continue reading »
French designer Sam Baron has created a collection of unique suspension lights for Petite Friture, that are named ‘SO-sage’. Continue reading »
Gentle Giants Studio Has Designed A Collection Of Candles Intended To Raise Awareness Of The Global Warming
The collection of candles, created for BOZU Italian Design Workshop, is named Bergy Bit, which is the scientific term for a small iceberg “bit” that has broken free from a larger iceberg. And the candles melt and change form as they burn, reminding you that icebergs do the same. Continue reading »
These adorable rat portraits were taken by a committed photographer who’s made it her mission to remove the stigma attached to the creatures. Diane Ozdamar’s vibrant images feature rodents cutely cuddling flowers, eating fruit, playing with bubbles, and lovingly interacting with each other. Continue reading »
Designer Efil Türk of Llun, has created a collection of minimalist decorative paper clips that were inspired by traditional Turkish motifs. The figures of ‘eli belinde’, ‘koç boynuzu’ and ‘akrep’ in Turkish kilim motifs are the main idea of ornament shapes. Continue reading »
Designer Matteo Ugolini, together with Italian lighting manufacturer KARMAN, have created these fun and whimsical indoor or outdoor lights that represent forgotten tools.
Named Tobia, the designs have been created in the shape of a shove, pitch fork and a rake, the three lamps have lighting hidden in their handles, creating a soft glowing light. The lamps can either be hung from hooks or presented upright with the help of a stand. Continue reading »
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