Window furnishings can be found in almost every home within the civilised world. Around the world, homes house generic blinds, curtains and shutters – a product that is often uninteresting and bland. Whilst they are essential, they shouldn’t have to be boring; artists and interior
The late 17th century Stedenboek (Book of cities) by Dutch cartographer Frederik de Wit is one of the rarest map books in the world. Only four copies are know to exist and the finest version has been digitised and uploaded by the National Library of
Every once in a while it’s nice to be reminded of our potential. Today i’d like to present nine quotes from some of the most successful and influential people in the world’s history. Each of these quotes transcend time and can provide meaning to anyone at any
Bowling Alley Pinsetter The disappearance of the majority of these jobs can simply be attributed to technological advances. Modern bowling alleys have elaborate systems that collect balls and pins, so pinsetters are no longer necessary.
A truly unique work of fiction, ‘The Codex Seraphinianus‘ is a book that appears to be a visual encyclopaedia of some unknown world or dimension. Written down in one of that worlds beautiful curving languages, the book by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi
Well, the following GIFs will take lots of your time. But remember, it’s just fun…
Adam Ellis on Buzzfeed has created a set of “Literary Valentines” based on quotations of our favourite writers. Each Valentine refers to a well-known work of each writer—after all, who can forget Rowling’s Harry Potter series or Tolkien’s Lord of The Rings?
Artist Daniel Schwarz used photographs of Google Maps of the same area but made in different seasons. His series captured the changing of seasons and weather.
The practice and study of origami involve various topics relevant to the mathematical field, but you don’t need to be any expert to fold some towels in a nice and different way. Terrys Fabrics shows us how in the following info-graphic.
Austrian photographer, Sabine Pearlman has a new project titled “Amo” which is sweeping across the Net. Her creative photos show what the inside of a bullet looks like. Pearlman says the ammunition was cut by a munitions specialist, who created a technique to defuse the rounds