Brutalist Breuer Building Owned By IKEA Could Become Hotel In Connecticut

IKEA is considering plans to transform a concrete structure by modernist architect Marcel Breuer in New Haven into a hotel, according to reports. Continue reading »

An Illustrator Imagined What Would Things Say If They Could Talk

According to Teo Zirinis: “More than often, I find inspiration in food and objects that surround us in our everyday lives. I wonder what it would be like if they had a voice of their own. What would they say and how would they interact with each other? I brought these silly thoughts to life through my illustrations and here are the results!” Continue reading »

“What If We Could Swim In The Clouds?”: Artist Laurent Rosset Mixes The Sky With The Sea

Italian-born and Danish-based architect and digital Art Director Laurent Rosset (previously) is so inspired by his travels on a plane and amazed by seeing everyday elements from a different angle, that he decided to challenge the reality and release a new ‘Sea of Clouds’ series of dreamy artworks. using Photoshop, the artist blends details of natural beauty together and drowns clouds in the sea. Continue reading »

A Creative Duo Have An Idea For Ben & Jerry’s That They Think Could Help Inspire Fellow Americans To Choose A Sweeter Option In The Upcoming Midterm Elections

“All this wall building and bridge burning from the White House has left a bad taste in our mouths.”

The Midterm Selections is a series of playfully unsavory ice cream flavors inspired by the unsavory characters in the White House to be released for a limited time leading up to the Midterm Elections. The American public is bound to be tickled by curiously-yucky flavors like The Great American Cone-Over, Bannanon Split, and Bowling Green Tea. Continue reading »

Now You Could Rent A Cowboy Boot-Shaped House In Huntsville, TX

This uniquely shaped house located in Huntsville, TX, is currently available for rent and it just might be the home of any cowboy or cowgirl’s dreams. Designed by artist and builder Dan Phillips of the Phoenix Commotion, the shoe-shaped abode features a more conventionally-shaped annex too. Continue reading »

Whoo Could Resist This Cuddly Crochet Owl Blanket?

Have you ever wished you could be a bird? Now you can, with a little help from MJ of MJ’s Off the Hook Designs. She’s created a cozy owl blanket that, when worn, looks like you’re a nocturnal creature with a penchant for mice. The crochet pattern is similar to a fringe throw, but it has a playful twist—the large owl eyes, tiny pointed nose, and feathery ears double as a wearable hood. So, forget your sweatshirt. Now, you can curl up on your couch and stay extra warm as your torso and head are covered. Continue reading »

Illustrator Shows How Tough Caring For Babies Could Be

Ask any new parents – taking care of babies can be daunting. Dealing with the constant cries, vomits, pees and scratches to the face. But all parents know that the reward far outweighs the troubles, because babies are adorable. Continue reading »

This Mind-Blowing Audi Truck Could Be The Future Of Big Rigs

1

Automakers need big rigs to perform chores like hauling fuel and transporting race cars to the track. But what if the company got incredibly adventurous about the design of its trucks? That’s the premise of this self-driving electric truck concept art designed by Artem Smirnov, of Belarus, and Vladimir Panchenko, of Ukraine. Continue reading »

What Would Animals Say If They Could Speak?

1

All of us have already wondered what animals think and what they would say to us if they could talk. Jimmy Craig tried to answer this question with these amusing comics which are part of a series called “They Can Talk.” Continue reading »

What World’s Famous Landmarks Could Look Like In An Epic Drought

1

A graphic designer has produced a haunting look at what the world’s most famous landmarks would look like if they were hit by a severe drought. Joel Krebs has intricately dried up hot spots such as the Tower Bridge in London, the Capitol in Washington, D.C., Niagara Falls and Machu Picchu. The designer’s works are enough to make viewers feel thirsty – they feature cracked surfaces, roll upon roll of sand, and vultures searching for carcasses in the dry heat. Joel, from Salem, Ore., revealed the idea behind the series came to him when he entered a design contest to remove famous landmarks from their surroundings, as if they’d disappeared. Here: Tower Bridge, London, after severe drought. Continue reading »

Man Built Custom Kayak So He Could Take His Dogs On Adventures

1

67-year-old David Bahnson realized he could modify his kayak to accommodate a pooch after seeing how easily his dog, Susie, could fit inside the baggage compartment. When Bahnson and his wife got another dog, Ginger, they knew what they had to do. Continue reading »

Total Strangers Who Could Actually Be Identical Twins

1

Amongst the annals of fiction and folklore, a “doppelgänger” is considered to be the paranormal double of a living person. We’re not talking twins either, we’re talking about individuals who could be from different cultures, countries and bloodline that bare a startling resemblance to your own physical appearance. Continue reading »

Dad Builds Triple Rocking Chair So He Could Read To His 3 Kids

1
Master craftsman Hal Taylor loves to read to his children, but when his third child, Rose, was born, he ran into a problem – his three children wouldn’t fit in his lap when he went to read to them on his rocking chair! Continue reading »

New Zealand’s New Flag Could Be One Of These Designs

1
The government of New Zealand today published a list of 40 possible designs for its new national flag, ahead of a national referendum slated for later this year. The designs were selected by an independent panel from a list of nearly 10,300 online submissions that included a kiwi bird with laser eyes, a stick figure riding a bicycle, and an ice cream cone. Continue reading »

This Could Possibly Be The Best Santa Claus Ever!

1
Vitor Martins puts forward his fist, that has the word “God” tattooed on it, in front of his Santa Claus outfit inside his house, before a performance with children in Sao Caetano do Sul’s town square, near Sao Paulo, December 7, 2014. Martins has dressed as Santa Claus, working at shopping centres and various events, for fifteen years, and has 94 percent of his body covered in tattoos, with several in reference to Christmas. (Photo by Nacho Doce/Reuters)
Continue reading »