Over the past years, The Paper Artists Collective has gathered their talented members for sponsored collaborations.
The artists love working together using their talent, various techniques and lots of creativity! This time 26 artists created one unique paper letter each not even knowing which colors or letter they were to work with before the paper arrived by mail. The members loved the challenge and the results are amazing! Continue reading »
The 1980s was a decade of strange music and weird fashion. It was also a period of innovation and growth for most of the major auto manufacturers. Here are 20 great cars from the 1980s that you may want to own once at least. Continue reading »
A mobile building that looks like the Bauhaus school in Dessau will travel between four global cities, aiming to “unlearn” the influential school’s Eurocentric attitudes. Called Wohnmaschine, which means “living house”, the small-scale Bauhaus bus will travel between four cities in 2019, the school’s centenary year. Continue reading »
If you think that getting married in Las Vegas by Elvis is not crazy enough, try this unconventional setting. Everybody knows that a wedding feels like a surreal dream, but what if it looked like one? Without the use of photoshop, it is now possible to say “I do” in an actual cartoon chapel and Instagram is abuzz. It’s not like you are getting married for the likes but these unique photos are difficult to beat. Continue reading »
Nowadays, many contemporary artists are looking for new ways to express their art in a different manner to others. They are abandoning the traditional canvas and instead using sometimes smaller but unexpected things. One artist who is actually famous for this is crafter Mary Kenyon from California. Continue reading »
Once upon a time — or more accurately, back in the 1970s — the van reigned supreme. Riding-in right on the heels of the fading muscle car era, the custom van became the ultimate self-expression vehicle– tricked-out and personalized to show all the world just how your bad self rolled. Continue reading »
Textile artist Alexandra Kehayoglou creates natural landscapes of her native Argentina. Her chosen locations are often ones attached to political controversies, such as the Santa Cruz River, or regions dramatically altered by human action, like the Raggio creek. Kehayoglou uses her craft for a chance as a call for environmental consciousness, embedding her memory and explore of the disappearing waterways and grasslands to her hand-tufted works. Continue reading »
Pretty Sure He’s Using It Wrong
Some ideas look better on paper than they do in real life. Some are questionable even on paper, but there is no one there to double-check them. At least it seems that way when looking at these product design fails that are too ridiculous not to laugh. From unfortunately shaped popsicles, to the menacing looking fountain filled with crimson-colored water – the mistakes will show you why you always should always carefully consider your concepts before showing them to the rest of the world. Continue reading »
The Doors of London is a Bella’s Instagram feed that proves London has the prettiest doors in the world. Bella is fascinated by doors. She has collected so many different London front doors styles and colors. Some are inviting you in and some are shutting you out. Continue reading »
We spent countless hours and compiled the greatest collection of trees that look like butts. We believe this is the greatest mankind’s achievement since the Moon landings. Scroll down and enjoy! Continue reading »
Mr. Flower fanstic is a New York creative sculpturer who crafts ridiculously stunning foot wears from his flower shop. Several of his works are original creation and design of his and others are cpies of known shoe brands.But don’t get too excited as they aren’t for the out doors. Mr. Flower fantastic who hides his identity behind a mask, spend several hours daily crafting individual piece by hand, all of which are intended for display purpose only. Continue reading »
“As a creative company we wanted to close our meetings and engage our clients with something more than ‘just a visiting card’. This is how the idea of The Visiting Card Story came about. With ‘A sentence on each card’ all cards come together to form one story! This way each person receives a card only unique to them and we create curiosity and talking point that leads them onto our website. They can read the whole story – identifying their place in it and putting all the pieces together that belong to others.
In a simple way – now they become a part of our story.” Continue reading »
For many people toilet is a place for inspiration. Only here, in this room people tend to relax completely, abstract themselves from the outer world and bad thoughts, flip through some magazines and anything else they do there!
But most frequently we don’t look at this special and dear room as at something that can be designed with an idea. Generally, toilets are built with only functionality in mind, while they also can bring joy and become a place to free your inner designer. Continue reading »
Tide has reimagined its classic liquid detergent with a new Eco-Box package containing an ultra-concentrated formula designed for eCommerce.
The Tide Eco-Box arrives on a shopper’s doorstep in a sealed, shipping-safe cardboard box. Inside the box is a sealed bag of ultra-compacted Tide liquid laundry detergent. To use, a perforated cardboard flap is peeled off to reveal a dosing cup and a new “no-drip” twist tap. To make dosing simpler on flat surfaces, the box includes a pull-out stand to raise the height of the box so the cup fits easily beneath the tap. Continue reading »
Lauren Ko (previously) has only been in the pie biz for a little over a year, but you’d never be able to tell by looking at what’s coming out of the oven at her house.Her speciality is pies with geometric patterns, straight lines and contrasting colors. She uses various flavors, colors and textures that we would never imagine to find in pies. Her work is a true art and often lead people to believe that she has professional training in art, design and cooking. The truth is that she never had a professional training, she just always loved art. Continue reading »
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