Renowned New York Times illustrator Christoph Niemann recently took a transatlantic flight from New York City to Berlin (with a layover in London), and documented the journey in his sketchbook. The trek itself was typical for your average flight of this distance, but this is precisely what makes his work so enjoyable and humorous to read. Niemann perfectly captures the frustration, boredom, and routine that comes from sitting on a plane for over 12 hours. Continue reading »
So many things happen to a girl every day: some sad, some funny, some just downright absurd. Talented illustrator Sarah Andersen knows how to express all of the different facets of a girl’s life perfectly through her unique comic strips.
Here are some of the best one’s we’ve found. We’re sure every girl will understand them! Continue reading »
Get involved in completing an acrylic structure, and make it your own sculpture.
Beyond holding a round capital when completed (£5, £20, £100, …), this new intake on a money box will contain the souvenirs of a personal experience and challenge. Up to the owner to empty his urn, flowing back soulful coins to the market stream, or to keep it, enjoying the sweet sight of fruitful efforts. Continue reading »
Being single is a life of rises and falls. The first ones may include the ability to do what you want and when you want it. Below though we show you the falls which a single girl or guy has to cope with.
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With a sleek, modern design and thousands of colourful hues lining its walls, the new “art supply laboratory” known as ‘Pigment‘ is an art lover’s dream come true. Owned by the Japanese company Warehouse Terrada and built under the architectural design of Kengo Kuma, this unique shop, based in Tokyo, acts as both a hub for artists to gather supplies and collaborate, as well as a venue that provides the opportunity for traditional material manufacturers to deliver high quality products that have been passed down for generations to their clients. Continue reading »
You know that one friend on Instagram who is always making you feel kind of bad that you just sat home and watched Netflix all weekend? Well, even they are no match for Hipster Barbie. Hipster Barbie, also known as Socality Barbie, is taking Instagram by storm thanks to her super #deep travel shots. Continue reading »
This man took a photo every year with his son for 30 years. The last one might bring you to tears. Continue reading »
Kagome Co’s employee Shigenori Suzuki appears with the newly-developed “Wearable Tomato” device for runners during its unveiling event ahead of the weekend’s Tokyo Marathon in Tokyo. The eight-kilo (17.6-pound) contraption fits on a runner like a rucksack. It can distribute a total of seven medium-sized tomatoes, one by one, at the click of a button and supplies the runner with much needed nutrients during a long jog or race. Continue reading »
From the very first smile to a first tooth, baby steps and heading off to school, it’s common for parents to capture the precious moments of their children growing up. But Suman Bansal from Gillingham, Kent, has been photographed every single day of her life since she was born on May 16 1996, totalling an astonishing 6,575 pictures.
The student, who turns 18 tomorrow, is used to smiling for photographs taken by her father Munish, who has documented his daughter’s life from the very beginning. And now every single image has been pieced together to make a giant portrait of the teenager in time for her 18th birthday.
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During each season, this couple took a photo together in front of their house. The series of photos tell a love story, but the last one will probably move you the most. Continue reading »
A series of print advertisements, created by Imago, a Croatian advertising agency for FRIDRIH mushrooms brand. Bon appetit, whether you’re enjoying the mushrooms or the ads! Continue reading »
Cool in the summer and warm in the winter, tipis make the perfect all-season cat home. They have a secure and cozy fit while still offering enough space to comfortably host visitors whenever they come meowing. Most importantly, tipis have a perfect door to watch the horizon for the approach of friends and unsuspecting prey. Cat Tipis were made to match the personalities of cats – and they do. Continue reading »
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