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.
Trondheim is the capital of Norwegian bicycling, so it comes with no surprise that it is the first city to adopt a peculiar and helpful device for cyclists in hilly surroundings – a bike-lift called Trampe.
This dressy suit line for Christmas fashionistas by Shinesty was(obviously) inspired by the tacky Christmas sweaters that most of us wore when we were kids (or that some of us still do!).
Here’s 25 beautiful examples of how a miniature glass globe can turn into a ring.
US-based toy company Budsies can make any child a toy designer by transforming their drawings into real, accurately recreated plushies. Now, any child can experience the magic of seeing their fantasy characters come to life!
Nosigner, a team of Japanese designers, came up with a unique idea for an LED lamp - a topographically accurate model of the Supermoon that occurred in 2011 in Japan. The celestial lamp was created based on data collected from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya.
Pets need their own place to sleep, so why can’t it look just like a human bed? Japanese cat owners started a fun trend by using popular doll beds from IKEA for their beloved felines.
“Normal Barbie” Has The Realistic Body Proportions Of A 19-Year-Old, Acne, Cellulite And Stretch Marks
Digital artist and designer Nickolay Lamm created Lamilly the “Normal Barbie,” a strong counterbalance to the classical one, with realistic proportions of an average American 19-year old, praising the beauty in all of the perfections and imperfections of a typical young woman.