Indonesian Designer Combines Unlikely Pairs Of Things To Create Clever Logos

The brand essence is intangible, yet it must derive from a complementary sum of its concrete elements – names, slogans, logos, and even jingles. Arguably logos, among other brand symbols, have a slightly more significant role to perform when it comes to leaving those lasting indelible impressions. Continue reading »

A Photographer Tested The Concentration Of Several Pairs Of Dogs As He Captured Their Reactions To Treat Time In A Series Of Shots

Christian Vieler (previously featured) of Waltrop, Germany, has been a professional dog photographer since 2016. He came up with the idea of snapping two dogs catching treats simultaneously. Continue reading »

14-Year-Old Designer Artfully Pairs Hand-Lettered Words With Striking Images

Judging from his work, you would be surprised to find that designer and entrepreneur Ted Bettridge is just 14 years old. Having been hand-lettering for two years—which means that he started at the ripe old age of 12 — Bettridge also has a precocious talent for pairing his lettering work with found images that seem to go perfectly together. Continue reading »

Stunning Blog Pairs High Fashion with Aesthetically Similar Images


Where I See Fashion is a blog created by Milan-based fashion design student Bianca, who pairs fashion photography with related images that correspond to the aesthetic found in the fashion image. The corresponding images depict anything from landscapes to architecture to fine and conceptual art. She began the project this past summer, inspired by the multitude of beautiful photographs found on Tumblr. Her juxtapositions illustrate the inspiration to be found in fashion and the world around us. Continue reading »

Ultraviolet Restaurant: Shanghai Eatery Pairs Food, Wine, Light, Sound

Dinner at the Shanghai restaurant “Ultraviolet” starts at 7:30 p.m., after the guests have been driven to the windowless venue from another meeting spot by two vans. Once they’re seated, giant projections of red brick walls appear and start to shift upwards quickly, creating the illusion that the entire room is sinking. This is followed by the sound of cracking stone, a starry sky, lit purple candles, and the ringing of a church bell. (Reuters) Continue reading »