If zeitgeist had a body, it would be drinking sweet, overpriced coffee in a plastic-lid cardboard coffee cup. And a Californian company called Reduce. Reuse. Grow. has a solution to coffee-cup related environmental issues: biodegradable cups that can be planted to grow into trees and flowers!
“Outside” is a horrible place for bicycles, as it’s full of weather and cars. However, Gensler, a design firm from the US, has proposed a radical idea: to transform London's abandoned metro and rail tunnels into bike lanes in a system they'd call the London Underline.
If you think your soup pot could use some more cuteness and monsters, you’re in luck – here comes the Loch Ness monster ladle! It’s the cutest Scottish-monster-inspired cooking utensil out there and it can take a swim in your soup.
From a cat candle that reveals its skeleton while burning out to straight-to-the-point hand gesture candles – these candles are probably the weirdest on the market, and in the best possible way!
This enchanting LED light lamp by Moscow-based designer Constantin Bolimond was inspired by the mysterious craters of the Moon.
Japanese home product designer D-Bros recently presented a series of elegant cup and saucer sets called “Waltz.” What‘s unique and surprising about them is that the cups, made from Hasami porcelain, have plain mirrored surfaces.
World’s First Amputee Model And Pop Singer Shows Off Her Futuristic Leg Prosthetics In Her New Music Video
Latvia-born pop singer and model Victoria Modesta sports her gorgeously futuristic leg prosthetics in her new music video “Prototype,” produced by Channel 4.
Kiev-based fashion designer Konstantin Kofta creates amazing, though rather disturbing, wearable accessories that are inspired by human anatomy.
With Christmas coming up, men with a considerable amount of facial hair can now try on a brand new ornament for it – Beard Baubles.
If you’re familiar with woodworking or know someone who is, there’s a good chance you can make yourself an amazing glow-in-the-dark table like this one.
After their ingenious idea went viral back in 2012, a team of creative design students have finally realized their concept for an electronic crosswalk button fitted with an electronic pong game.