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April 16, 2017
The wonderful illustrated Easter eggs of Dinara Mirtalipova
The wonderful illustrated Easter eggs of Dinara Mirtalipova

If you are a Christian, or if you just enjoy craft and enjoy following tradition for no religious reasons, chances are that you took the time to decorate some eggs last week. Working as an artist and illustrator in Ohio, Dinara Mirtalipova was born and raised in Uzbekistan, where the egg decoration tradition is very vivid. […]

March 19, 2017
Gorgeous immersed birds by Moisés Hernández
Gorgeous immersed birds by Moisés Hernández

Mexican designer Moisés Hernández sculpts minimalist birds that are already very pretty from their shape only. The specificity of his birds is the way he paints them, he holds each bird to drip it in various colors, creating gorgeous effects and a soft touch to the products.

February 27, 2017
Large typographic project by Gordon Young and Andy Altman
Large typographic project by Gordon Young and Andy Altman

The Comedy Carpet is one of the nicest large scale typographic project you’ll see in a while. You can find it in front of the Blackpool tower in Lancashire, UK, and there is no way you’ll miss this 2’200 square meter piece of work by Gordon Young and Why Not Associate.

February 18, 2017
STORY: The Levitating Timepiece
STORY: The Levitating Timepiece

Flyte is a Swedish design company who has launched a few popular Kickstarter projects already. You could say that they are now famous for creating floating products, like this light bulb or this planter. They didn’t disappoint with their latest design that includes a wooden structure and a levitating (yes!) chrome ball to form a […]

December 18, 2016
Cross-body purses that celebrate your favorite novels
Cross-body purses that celebrate your favorite novels

This is cute, a purse that is decorated with the cover of your favorite book. You can choose among a series of classics on the Etsy shop of Bagatelle Studio.

October 16, 2016
The Joinery: a look at the complex geometry of traditional Japanese woodworking
The Joinery: a look at the complex geometry of traditional Japanese woodworking

In traditional Japanese construction, the joins in woodworking were all made without screws, nails or bolts. There is even an entire Twitter account dedicated just to that. The Joinery creates 3D animations that show you how these joins work. See a few here for yourself, or just follow The Joinery on Twitter. 腰掛け蟻落し継ぎ Koshikake-ari-otoshi-tsugi pic.twitter.com/uOPpNbXMth — […]

October 13, 2016
Famous japanese prints animated using mechanical wooden frames
Famous japanese prints animated using mechanical wooden frames

Ugoita is a collective of Japanese artists who create cool and absurd artworks. This project is a take on Sharaku‘s kabuki actor portraits, using some mechanical wooden frames to animate it. The result can be seen in this cool video.

September 2, 2016
A look at some cool wall-mounted organizers
A look at some cool wall-mounted organizers

If you are having a hard time to keep your desk organized at work or at home, maybe it’s time to think about taking these things off the desk and use the wall space to stay organized. In this post I have compiled a collection of awesome wall-mounted organizers that proved super-useful. Tasche Wall Pocket […]