Paris-based artist couple Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques fused interior design and 3D printing in their latest beautiful creation - a lace-patterned lamp. When turned on, it casts beautiful floral patterns on your room’s walls.
Anatol Knotek, a talented artist and poet based in Vienna, creates brilliant and minimalistic pieces of concrete poetry that communicates messages in a way that words alone never could.
New York- and New Zealand-based multidisciplinary designer Richard Clarkson has created one of his most elegant creations – the Cloud. The interactive installation is both a lamp and a speaker, joining light and sound into a true thunderstorm experience inside your home - without the rain.
A good packaging design can serve as the best advertisement for the product it was created to hold. No wonder many advertisers and designers spend a great deal of time and effort to create eye-catching, meaningful, funny, and clever packaging designs. Here’s a collection of some of the most creative and inspiring packaging ideas that...
Nathan Ripperger, an American designer, video producer and a father of four has found a creative way to use the weirdest things he caught himself saying to his children. The designer took the most random, out-of-the-context and therefore hilarious quotes and illustrated them with eye-catching pictures, resembling children's artwork.
Chilean born and New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz gave new meaning to his romantic and sexual relationships by creating 12 shoes that represent his 12 ex-lovers in a unique and slightly twisted way.
When you turn it on, a white bunch of tangled roots and branches casts 360 degree shadows transforming your entire room look into a spooky forest.
From a 1 square meter portable house to a reconstructed water tower or a church, here are some of the most unusual home examples.
If you're a designer yourself, most of these postcards should ring a bell. Irish graphic designers Mark Shanley and Paddy Treacy, in collaboration with other ad creatives, designers, animators, directors, illustrators and more, created this "Sharp Suits" series, based on their "favorite worst feedback" from clients.
Why does our bicycle need to be connected to light poles by chains like a criminal in prison? Inspired by nature, the design of this cable wire lock is a mimicry of ivy. However, I'm afraid someone would steal your cable lock instead!