A Well-Dressed LEGO Alien Xenomorph Prepares For A Day At The Office

David Liu brought the cinematic world of Alien into a more civilized setting by building a LEGO Xenomorph officer worker. The extraterrestrial is shown getting ready to dig into another work day while wearing a snazzy pair of slacks and a red necktie.

This is Bob the Alien. Bob the Alien is a salesman. He manages a whole department. Bob works for his manager David Liu. David taught Bob everything he knows and helped him to be where he is today. In fact, one could say Bob only exists today because of David. Continue reading »

Before The Computers: Looking Back On Typewriters Era

In April 2011 last factory in the world on manufacture of typewriters was closed. The epoch of typewriters has ended…

Secretary and Ramsgate beauty queen, Christine James. (Photo by Peter Powell/Express/Getty Images). March 1965 Continue reading »

Neckties For Cats? That’s Totally A Thing

Perfect for a cat that attends business meetings or is planning to start his own company! Continue reading »

These Vintage Photos Of Men At Computers Show We’ve Come A Long, Long Way

Computers truly came into their own as great inventions in the last two decades of the 20th century.

By 1965, there were 22,500 computers in the United States. The smallest model available weighed a now-whopping 59 lbs. The government was spending a billion dollars a year on its computers — that’s about $7.4 billion today — and 650,000 Americans were employed making or selling computers, as others in many industries lost their jobs to automation. Continue reading »

Stationery Supply Employees Build A Giant ‘Game of Thrones’ Fire Breathing Paper Dragon For Their Office

In anticipation of the April 14th premiere of the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, the employees of the British office supply company Viking, with the help of paper artist Andy Singleton, built an incredible 13 meter (43 foot) freestanding fire-breathing paper dragon to live in their office. The dragon took ten days to build and a further ten hours to install. Despite the intensity of the project, the entire team was very happy with the results. Continue reading »

Architects Have Collaborated To Realize The Transformational Design Of McDonald’s HQ In Chicago


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Part corporate headquarters, part cultural center, school and history museum, the new McDonald’s office illustrates the power of place to bring people together in a common purpose. Studio O+A, IA Interior Architects and Gensler have collaborated to realize the transformational design of McDonald’s headquarters located in Chicago, Illinois. Continue reading »

Illustrator Re-Designs The Alphabet Using Wes Anderson Characters

‘C’ is for composition.

Las Vegas-based illustrator Abbie Paulhus has created a charming English alphabet poster that’s inspired by iconic filmmaker Wes Anderson. Continue reading »

Before The Internet: Here’s What A Publishing Company’s Office Space Looked Like In The Mid-1980s

The July 1986 issue of a color computing magazine called Rainbow offers some dynamite photographs of life in a publishing company’s office space. The fashions, the computers, the decor — it’s an 80s wonder to behold. Continue reading »

Office Workers Sharing Photos Of Their Sad Desk Lunches

Did you know that 62% of American office workers usually eat their lunch in the same spot they work all day? Online community Sad Desk Lunch will make you feel one step closer to death just by looking at them. Continue reading »

This Black Guy Drew What It Was Like Being The Only Black Man In A White Office In The 60s, And It’s Worse Than You Think

There’s a lot of drama in the workplace, but probably only a handful of people have experienced it as much as the people of color who started entering predominantly white offices a few decades ago. Tom Floyd was born in Gary, Indiana in 1929 and operated his own advertising firm before working as a designer for the Inland Steel Company. There, his insights on racial dynamics were formed. Continue reading »

Ugly Holiday Rompers Are Finally Here For All Your Office Party Needs

Thanksgiving is over, and now we turn our thoughts to the next holiday looming over our heads. Don’t know what to wear to your next festive office gathering? These ugly holiday rompers are just what you need. Continue reading »

Miniature Scenes Set Amongst Office Supplies By Derrick Lin

Photographer Derrick Lin captures the minutiae of everyday office life across landscapes of notebooks, paper clips, and coffee mugs populated with tiny figures. Working only with his iPhone, desk lighting, and a broad array of miniatures, Lin creates visual commentary on office life as well as recreations of popular artworks or scenes of escape. Continue reading »

Post-It War Gets Sticky On New York City Office Windows

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Images created with Post-it notes are seen in the windows of offices at 75 Varick Street in lower Manhattan, New York, U.S., May 18, 2016, where advertising agencies and other companies have started what is being called a “Post-it note art war” with employees creating colorful images in their windows with Post-it notes. Photos by Mike Segar / Reuters. Continue reading »

11 Illustrations That Describe Life In The Office Perfectly

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Many of us spend a large part of our lives in the office. And every office has its own tradition and features: the beginning of the day, the lunch rituals, the different relationships we have with our colleagues. However, there are some common situations that almost every office worker faces. Continue reading »

These Architects Wanted To Work Outside, So They Made A Mobile Office In A Caravan

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Photography by Jo Wickham Photography

Architecture firm Studio106, wanted to be able to enjoy the nice summer weather that New Zealand has to offer, without leaving their office. Continue reading »