Mugs aren’t just plain ceramic objects that hold our beverages – they’ve already become something meaningful with sentimental value. In this collection not only you’ll see the most creative coffee and tea mugs, but also some which help protect your private mug from sharing, so if you are looking for a cool cup – this list is a good place to start.
A Dutch artist named Sander Reijgers is recycling inflatable sex dolls into the most bizarre clothing. Perfect for a rainy weather, these waterproof hoodies were made by customizing existing tracksuit tops with heads, breasts and other pieces from 50 blow-up dolls that Sanders received from a “sponsor”.
Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”, and even after 500 this rule is still widely used in design and advertising. It may sound a bit contradictory, but simple things often require much more brain power to create than the most complicated stuff. And it always strikes you when something completely simple is capable of conveying so much more than you expect. Without further talks, let’s take a look at 26 most creative and clever examples of minimalist advertising.
Ashamed to admit it, but we pandas are so lazy and bored that most of the time we spend our days lying and breathing air. We are too cute to work, too lazy to have sex – well, you know what I mean.. However, every serious hobby requires investment, and by that I mean getting a really good sofa!
Hu2 Design creates probably the coolest Eco Reminders to be a quirky, decorative and eco-friendly way to remind you not to waste energy and switch off the light when you or your guests leave a room. Loved by creatives, approved by eco-geeks, and made in the UK by a multi-award winning ethical business, these stickers is the easy way to decorate your light switches.
It hasn’t been long since Creepy Tableware by Ronit Baranga made us lose our appetites, but what you are about to see will make your eyes bleed! I used to think that Shain Erin made the Creepiest Dolls, but a British figurine artist Jessica Harrison has just taken creepiness to the whole new level.
You’ve probably already seen these little guys more than once as the project started back in 2006, so we thought it’s high time to look at the best moments. Just in case you didn’t know yet, Slinkachu is a talented artist based in London (a former art director) who now creates tiny scenarios in public places, then photographs and abandons them – to be discovered by no-doubt bemused passers-by.
Israeili artist Ronit Baranga uses clay and porcelain to craft some really disturbing tableware that would probably instantly make you lose your appetite. Already known for her strange sculptures, Baranga applied her creepy creativity to the kitchen, putting realistic mouths and fingers on dishes and cups.
Hard to believe, but 2010 is winding down, so instead of a regular post it’s time to remember the best articles of 2010 on Bored Panda. What really amazed us is that the list is dominated by sexy entries. Well, it’s almost 2011 and sex still sells. Are we in the wrong business?
Meet Keira Rathbone, an artist who is most famously known for her amazing typewriter art. Typing out hundreds of letters, numbers and symbols in place of brush strokes and pixels results in beautiful enigmatic images. Keira now has an arsenal of 30 typewriters and already made ASCII portraits of Kate Moss, Marylin Monroe, Barrack Obama, Tom Hanks and others.
French blog OaKoAk has a very cool collection of creative street art examples, and we want to share our 15 best picks with you. Our Facebook fan Mike described it thus: “This is today’s art, not the phony abstract ugly pieces they gather in modern art museums. This is alive…”