Bunch Of Artists Unite To Design The Interior Of This Surreal Bar And The Details Are Incredible

Q Caffe – about people. People. Dreams. Noise. Speed. Constraints. Fears. Masks. Trials. Failure. Flight. Liberation. Our world… HUMAN?

Entirely different from any other café, Q Caffe illustrates an actual story through its decor, about man and his strivings in a hierarchical and limiting society

Built in collaboration with 6th Sense Interiors and lots of other first grade artists, having steampunk and dark-fantasy influences, Q Caffe’s new design illustrates the social man’s path, presented from different perspectives, and the complexity of the oneiric, fantastic dimension that pushes past reality’s borders, amplifying and even transforming it. Each visual element has been thought through and worked on to the smallest detail, constructing this fabulous ensemble of metaphors. Continue reading »

Assistant Professor Of Design Makes Honest Charts That Sum Up A Designer’s Life

Mitch Goldstein is an Assistant Professor of Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. When he’s not grooming budding artists at RIT’s College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, Mitch finds time to creates hilarious venn diagrams that accurately depict the problems faced by design students and professionals on a daily basis. Continue reading »

Design Duo Makes Stunning Sushi Concept On Digital Art With Humans Posing Yoga

A creative photoshop sorcerer named Cristian Girotto and a professional digital art director Olivier Masson combined together an amazing digital work for a sushi concept. Continue reading »

The Family Dog Was Considered In The Design Of This Toronto House


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When Studio AC were designing the renovation of a house in Toronto, they made sure to include a design element for the family dog. Continue reading »

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. Continue reading »

“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. Continue reading »

This Bulbous Rain Barrel Design Makes It Easy To Collect Rainwater

Raindrop is a rain barrel that makes saving water really easy by providing a watering can that fills up automatically when it rains. This way, the user doesn’t have to fill the can with our precious tap water, but uses ‘free’ rainwater instead. With the small tap at the bottom of the barrel, the watering can can be refilled after using it. Continue reading »

French Design Company Makes Awesome Arcade-Style Sofas Inspired By Geek Culture

In the early 1990s, the arcades experienced a major resurgence with the 1991 release of Capcom’s Street Fighter II, which popularized competitive fighting games and revived the arcade industry to a level of popularity not seen since the days of Pac-Man, setting off a renaissance for the arcade game industry in the early 1990s. Continue reading »

Design Duo Creates Fictional Maps That Honour Nature, Animals And Extraordinary People

DAU-DAW consists of two guys from the city of Aarhus, Denmark – Jeppe Knudsen Ringsted (DAU) and Nicolai Søndergaard (DAW). Continue reading »

“The Genesis Of Design”: Check Out This Amazing Display Of Carpets In Caverns

ABC Carpet & Home has launched its latest campaign, “The Genesis of Design.” Featuring the eco-conscious Alchemy rug collection, renowned photographer Jason Madara digs deep and shot the rugs 500 feet below the earth’s surface. Continue reading »

Humorous Posters Of Graphic Design Puns That Will Make Designers Laugh

Graphic designers have altogether different mindsets, the way they perceive things, the way they guess meaning within the lines, the way they devise ways to the healthy outcome of their projects and the way they don’t take negative criticism at heart show that their temperament is different, stable and optimistic. Continue reading »

Model With Down Syndrome Launches Design Label At NY Fashion Week


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Australian model and designer Madeline Stuart, who has Down syndrome, acknowledges attendees after presenting creations from her label 21 Reasons Why By Madeline Stuart during New York Fashion Week in Manhattan, New York, U.S., February 12, 2017. Continue reading »

Tiny Crocodile Bookmark Design By Peleg & Hila Raam

Deep between the pages lays Crocomark. This crocodile shaped bookmark will silently wait for the right moment to draw you back into the story. Continue reading »

Inspiring Examples Of Logo Animations Created By The Design Duo

According to design duo of calligraphy magician Evgeniy Starov and motion designer Alexey Dubnichenko: “This project is based on commercial lettering works made during last half year. The main idea of this collection is to show new vision of use lettering logos. As a result of combining animation and calligraphy we have a unique product with a large field of application. Each of this works have its own style and animation details so it can be placed in any kind of media space and became as a part of branding.” Continue reading »

This Unique Lamp Design Includes A Rope That Can Be Bent Or Twisted Into Sifferent Shapes

Italian design firm MID studio have created ‘Fauna’, an adjustable lamp that can be positioned in almost any design or shape you like. Starting out as a flat coil, the lamp can be transformed into any shape to become part of the home ecosystem. The lamp, inspired by fauna hence the name, has ‘bones of copper’ in the form of a coiled copper core wire that allows the lamp to be bent and twisted. Continue reading »