From Game Of Thrones To Harry Potter: Film And TV Library Designs Give Fans Insight Into Iconic Scene
With recent Game of Thrones news suggesting that Samwell Tarly could be the TRUE heir to the Iron Throne, it’s a perfect opportunity to explore where he educated himself: the Citadel. Continue reading »
The gift shop is situated towards the back of the hotel and sells items created exclusively for the Walled Off by Banksy. It should not be confused with the ‘Banksy Shop’ next door – which has nothing to do with Banksy at all. All profits from sales go towards sustaining the hotel and social projects. Select items are available worldwide on mail order. Continue reading »
If you’re having a dreary day, the work of Milan-based art director Stefano Fraone could well put an end to this. The self-professed “visual guy between minimal and baroque” creates pop culture-inspired graphic designs, showcased on his Instagram account @_dotpigeon, that will not only inspire you, but also crack you up. Continue reading »
Seoul design firm G280 Studio, have created TONITURE, a children’s furniture line designed to spark a child’s imagination. Continue reading »
Imagine walking the runway wearing a highway. That’s the idea behind new dress designs by the Sichuan Department of Communications, which recently posted these photos on WeChat. These photos show paper cut-outs of dresses with prints of highways in southwest China’s Sichuan Province. Continue reading »
A Chinese student, Fan Shizhong’s design of a life slide has recently won the transportation award in this year’s Core77 Design Awards, an annual industrial design award held in the US. Continue reading »
Artist Rainier Weber was reading a book about a book about Michail Kalashnikov when inspiration struck and he combined his interests in design, technology and functionality with his love for furniture design to create a dramatic chair made up of AK-47 rifles. Continue reading »
The French shoe designer has announced that he’s designing the formal outfits for Cuban athletes in Rio 2016 Olympics. The news is a bit unexpected for us. But for Louboutin, it’s been a long time coming, as it was born from a friendship. It began when Louboutin traveled to Cuba to meet his good friend Henri Tai. A former professional handball athlete, Tai had just started SportyHenri.com, an E-concept store for men that is dedicated to sports and style. That visit proved fruitful; it inspired Louboutin and Tai to team up to design the outfits that will be worn by Cuban Olympians during formal occasions and the closing ceremony. Continue reading »
Some of us use paper to paint artworks. Then there are people like instagrammer Makegirlz, who uses nails as a canvas to create jaw-dropping renderings. The artist uses nail polish and an extremely thin brush to create mini masterpieces of different landscapes on fingernails. So, if you like postcards, you are going to love some of the artist’s designs of destinations, such as Dubai, San Francisco, and London. Continue reading »
Give makeup artist Andrea Reed a challenge of creating any kind of lipstick look and the chances are she’ll nail it. The Canadian artist (who goes by the name Girl Grey Beauty) has created all manner of brilliant designs, from broken pixels to honeycombs and even rainbows. Her tools of the trade are quite simply numerous shades of lipsticks and a few brushes to help create the clean edges and lines. Continue reading »
Brooklyn-based designer Fernando Mastrangelo, has designed this unique and sculptural bench as part of his “Drift” collection. Inspired by glaciers and natural earth formations, the designer used hand-dyed sand with cement to create the bench that represents different layers of earth. Continue reading »
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 »
Project PrintGREEN is turning 3D printers into on-demand gardeners after designing a “green” 3D printer in 2013. The printer produces living prints, printing customized objects in a variety of sizes and forms. The project was created at the University of Maribor in Slovenia, conceived of by students Maja Petek, Tina Zidanšek, Urška Skaza, Danica Rženičnik and Simon Tržan, with help from their mentor Dušan Zidar. The project’s goal is to unite art, technology, and nature, creatively producing living designs with the help of technology. Continue reading »
Collection of unusual and creative staircase designs from around the world.
Levitate Architects came up with this ingenious solution to a book storage problem and created a loft-like bedroom nestled under the roof of the top-floor apartment. Continue reading »
Aya Tsukioka is a Japanese fashion designer who creates clothes and accessories that can double as a perfect urban camouflage. Continue reading »
Three industry teams spent 2011 studying how to meet NASA’s goals for making future aircraft burn 50 percent less fuel than aircraft that entered service in 1998, emit 75 percent fewer harmful emissions; and shrink the size of geographic areas affected by objectionable airport noise by 83 percent. (NASA) Continue reading »
The Design Museum’s new exhibition shows us the past year in 89 designs, from a virtual supermarket to a super-lightweight wheelchair.
Tesco Virtual Store in Seomyeon subway in Seoul, South Korea, designed by Home plus.
These touchscreen supermarket shelves offer online shopping on an underground platform. Continue reading »
DenHaus creates fashion forward furniture that doubles as a home for your pet. These are not your childhood dog’s outdoor dog house. These are classic, modern and sleek furniture pieces that double as a pet hideaway. Smile ;)