Regardless whether they get enough sleep or not, these guys will take advantage of any moment to take a nap. After all, there are people in the world who are ready to sacrifice a lot for the sake of sweet minutes and sleep. Via www.boston.com
Brazilian Photographer Gustavo Lacerda‘s series “Albinos” blends biology, aesthetics and folklore in the striking collection of light-saturated photos. Albinism is characterised by a deficit in the production in melanin and by the partial or complete absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. On
An agency called Aptitude thought they better bring people’s attention back to the once coveted album sleeve by adding a salacious twist to the most recognisable ones. “Album cover art used to be meticulously created to portray some kind of message that the band or
Drawing inspiration from nature and organic forms, Italian photographer Elido Turco, transforms tree bark into mysterious forest creatures with just a few photo editing tricks. With the help of mirror Elido turns ordinary trees in these goblins, dwarves and other fantastic creatures of fantasy world.
We are TOYISH PROJECTS a boutique design team based in HONG KONG that specializes in lifestyle products. We are bored with conventional designs, so we aim to design in an experimental manner. We believe that functionality and aesthetic should coexist and create awesome products.
These characters were the loves and heroes of our childhood. Now it’s time we can soak in our nostalgia for a little bit as one artist is bringing them back. Tyson Murphy is a Lead Character artist on World of Warcraft, is giving our sweet
2nd Istanbul Design Biennial The 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV) will take place from 1 November to 14 December 2014 and will be held free of charge. Curated by Zoë Ryan and titled The Future Is
Phaedra Richter (aka fedralita) once noticed something: what people miss most of all is their own true self – their inner feelings, their fantasies, their secret desires, their wild hopes and impossible dreams. So fedralita started creating a whole new world where everyone can
Cris Benton, a retired professor of architecture and former department chair at UC Berkeley captures these colourful and impressive landscapes of the San Francisco Bay area using a radio-controlled camera, for his book “Saltscapes”.
These Zippos belonged to US soldiers who engraved them with texts that are sometimes optimistic, but more often pessimistic as hell. A unique collection of 282 Zippo lighters from the Vietnam War era were recently put up as a single lot at Cowan’s Auctions in Cincinnati, Ohio. The