A lamp shade made of 40 mirrored aviator glasses, inspired by celebrities who never take their shades off. When switched on, the lenses become translucent and cast oval shades all over the surrounding walls.…
It's been over five years since the Gulf Coast was hit with Hurricane Katrina but after seeing these photos, the haunting feelings still remain. Ogden Museum in New Orleans is now displaying 53 of the most memorable photos from the days and weeks following the storm in their new exhibit, Telling Their Stories: The Lingering Legacy of the Hurricane Katrina…Continue
How exactly do you photograph a bullet in mid-air? Just ask Dutch photographer Lex Augusteijn, who specializes in this exact craft, and captures the moment a flying bullet hits objects such as eggs, light bulbs, and drops of water.
"The images are frozen by the flash speed," says Augusteijn, who works a scientist in the…
It always sucks to not get what you asked for. In a humorous way, Brazil-based ad agency Mohallem/Artplan illustrates this very point through a campaign for Mais Printing House. The tagline: Avoid disappointing results.
City dwellers walk past scaffolding everyday, hoping that the eyesore will disappear as soon as possible. Some of the scaffolding joints have yellow balls on them which are put in place to avoid accidents.
Art collective Luzinterruptus created urban nests within the scaffolding to make the scenery look a bit more pleasant. In their classic "guerrilla-style"… Continue
Added by Eugene on August 24, 2010 at 10:00am —
This is just the temporary video until he films the official one, but I quite love the typographic style and karaoke sing a long factor. It's such a happy sounding song despite the lyrics. I especially love the lyric "Guess he's Xbox while I'm…Continue
Added by Mia Hood on August 23, 2010 at 8:30pm —
"Automotive Concept from John Villarreal is an attempt to envision where automotive design might go in the future. As the car design is evolving with each passing day, the designer thinks supercars would get even more visceral and engaging.
As a result, Automotive Concept is bold and its shape communicates stability."…
A couple of beds for your little one. Little one as in little furry fellow or ma’am, animals under 25lbs and inside the tiny customer dimensions. What’s inside this post are two beds, both of them designed by Corey Drew of Pet Lounge Studios. One is called the Bambu Hammock, the other is called the Bambu Lounger. Both are made with solid bamboo and both are made for your soon-to-be completely… Continue
With so many incredible landmarks around the world, the chances of us seeing them all in person is slim to none. That's why Tobu World Square in Japan is a sightseer's dream! The theme park contains over a hundred 1:25 scale models of the world's most historic buildings, complete with 140,000 1:25 miniature people who… Continue
Added by Eugene on August 23, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Zoriah is an award-winning photojournalist who focuses on the human and environmental toll of war. In this incredible series, he wanted to bring to light social and humanitarian issues by combining images of fashion with images of conflict, crisis and disaster. Why?
He explains, "Several years ago I went from covering… Continue
16-year-old photographer Michele (aka paper.lilies on Flickr) takes incredible photos filled with mystery and drama. In this particular set, she tells us a story about a girl who has the most disturbing love interest, a skeleton from the dead. Slightly creepy but filled with whimsy and wonder, the photos invite you to ask your own questions and then fill in the… Continue
In the final match between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid last week, the German team held a mobilization for missing children.
The team captain Van Bommel, took the field with a poster who took the photo of a child named Deborah, who has been missing since 1996. The player, a father of three children, was moved. The campaign "Germany, help me find" was created by the agency for the Initiative Kempertrautmann Vermisste Kinder, a… Continue
"A typewriter, a keyboard and a Polaroid camera—there’s nothing too special about these old inventions. Even after they have fallen into disuse, most people still have no clue about how these objects work. These photos by American photographer Benjamin Innes challenge our complacency by depicting the complex inner mechanisms of these electronic… Continue
A spontaneous night out at the park, bubbly in hand…and plastic cups in the other. As convenient as they are, plastic cups are a bit of a mood dampener, especially when it’s champagne and not Coke you’re guzzling.
Here's a fancier disposable... tableware option: ‘Lugum’ by Kimming Yap of Creativeans, a design studio based in Milan and Singapore.