Here are 28 creative t-shirt ideas that take it up a notch. Instead of taking the easy way out with a simple witty phrase or a Photoshopped image of an astronaut with a boombox, these designers got creative.
Here's a selection of 30 awesome DIY ideas that we loved and decided to share with you. Feel the rush of inspiration yet?
What started merely as an intent to entertain family and friends, eventually turned into a well-selling calender and constant fan demands for more. Dave Engledow once took a picture of himself carelessly holding his daughter Alice Bee like a football and a mug that read "World's Best Dad". This funny scene ultimately gave the name...
Those who follow Laser Bread's flickr photostream probably noticed Brock's great interest in food and I just couldn't resist the temptation to collect all of his food art in one place.
Denmark-based photographer and cellist Nikolaj Lund decided to reinvent the portraiture of classical musicians by taking the subjects out of their natural environment - the orchestra pit - and asking them do strange poses in places like streets, oceans and deserts. The results are beyond amazing!
If you are tired of posed, stiff and cheesy family portraits, then take a look at these incredibly creative pictures taken by Jason Lee.
If you happen to be building a house, and it’s going to be higher than one floor, you’ll probably need a staircase. What do you imagine when you hear the word “staircase”? Let me guess.. You see this very basic staircase shape that a 5 year old would draw, right? But why not go beyond that?...
This unique washbasin by HighTech Design was inspired by the spiral shape of ammonite shell. It looks absolutely beautiful, but as some have pointed out - "must be a pain in the ass to clean”.
While many photographers are in the race for the latest gear, 16-year-old Spanish photographer Cristina Otero uses a cheap Canon 1000D and 50mm f1.8 lens to create the most extraordinary self-portraits.
If you enjoyed looking at Clever Logos With Hidden Symbolism we've featured earlier, then you'll definitely love these cleverly manipulated book titles by Sweden-based graphic designer Patrik Svensson. These titles were commissioned by Jashanmal Bookstores in Dubai for an advertising campaign, posters and notebooks.