Vertical Gardens and Converted Bunkers Become Beautiful Unexpected Homes

Vertical Gardens and Converted Bunkers Become Beautiful Unexpected Homes

Clever archictects make use of their locations to turn small spaces and converted Bunkers Become Beautiful Unexpected Homes.

Tisha Cherry's Pop Culture Art Made From Food

Tisha Cherry’s Pop Culture Art Made From Food

Artist Tisha Cherry re-creates popular pop art images, including the simpsons and banksy pieces, using nothing but the food on her plate and kitchen utensils.

Liza van Rees' Dreamy Portraits

Liza van Rees’ Dreamy Portraits

Dutch artist Liza Van Rees creates beautiful digital portraits of women, including iconic figures such as Daenerys from Game of Thrones, and Natalie Portman in Star Wars.

You Can Now Turn Your DNA Into a 3D Printed Mask

You Can Now Turn Your DNA Into a 3D Printed Mask

With just a small sample of DNA, you can come face-to-face with a computer-generated, 3D-printed mask of your visage and you can thank 30-year-old Heather Dewey-Hagborg, a PhD student in electronic arts, for this weird, but interesting breakthrough in printing.

3D Printed Bears in a Stop-Motion Animation

3D Printed Bears in a Stop-Motion Animation

With 3D printing becoming readily available to the masses and it becoming convenient to print multiple items with a quick turnaround, it was only a matter of time before the design world began to utilize it for stop animation shorts. And that’s exactly what creative design firm DBLG did.

Airtype: A Keyboard without A Keyboard

Airtype: A Keyboard without A Keyboard

A new Texas based start-up has created a keyboardless keyboard. Called the Airtype, the device allows users to turn any surface into a working keyboard for on-the-go use.

The Incredible Dark Ice Cream Typeface by CODE501

The Incredible Dark Ice Cream Typeface by CODE501

Russian graphic designers and illustrators Sergey Ermakov and Olesya Poplavskaya of studio CODE501 have teamed up to create a very special typeface called “Dark Ice Cream”.

Naomi Kizhner's Energy Addicts Accessory Line

Naomi Kizhner’s Energy Addicts Accessory Line

Industrial designer Naomi Kizhner has developed a concept for an invasive jewellery collection that converts kinetic energy from the body’s involuntary movements into electricity.

How 3D Printing is Changing the World of Ketchup

How 3D Printing is Changing the World of Ketchup

Tyler Richards and Jonathan Thompson, two high school seniors from Missouri’s North Liberty High School may have just done away with watery ketchup indefinitely with 3D Printing.

Penda's Reusable Bamboo Structural System

Penda’s Reusable Bamboo Structural System

For less-developed areas where shipping containers are harder to come by and materials are scarce, a new option utilizing bamboo and rope has emerged thanks to the Beijing-based architecture firm Penda.

Mind-blowing Stacked Laser-Cut Paper by Eric Standley

Mind-blowing Stacked Laser-Cut Paper by Eric Standley

Artist Eric Standley creates beautiful and stunningly detailed mandalas out of stacked, laser cut sheets of paper.

The Manual Coffee Maker Is Surprisingly Beautiful

The Manual Coffee Maker Is Surprisingly Beautiful

In a world ever focused on speed and convenience, the Manual Coffeemaker, or MCM, a pour-over coffee maker that lives on the countertop in a home or office, breaks the mold by turning the act of making coffee in a ritual.

Font of the Week - Nanami

Font of the Week – Nanami

The Nanami font is featured as this weeks premium licensable font thanks to its solid lines, even weights and beautiful variants.

Color-Changing Ice Cream is Real. Thanks, Science!

Color-Changing Ice Cream is Real. Thanks, Science!

Created by 37-year-old Manuel Linares, a Spanish physicist, engineer, professor and ice cream lover, the creamy concoction called Xamaleón — an homage to “chameleon” — transitions from blue to pink and then purple when it touches the tongue.

Photographer Reunited With Lost Photos After 50 Years

Photographer Reunited With Lost Photos After 50 Years

83-year-old, award-winning photographer Ken Heyman was recently reunited with a photo series he did over 50 years ago. The photos were found in a box in the office of his former agent, Woodfin Camp. Inside the box were photos that Heyman took of mothers and their children all over the world.

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