If you have a large collection of old cassette tapes and don’t know what to do with it – check out these amazing Celebrity Portraits by Erika Iris Simmons. She probably had the same problem and now she even became famous for solving it! Smart people say that every problem is an opportunity in disguise, and this probably turned out to be true.
Your business card is much more than just your contact information – it also communicates your company’s values and character. So, never limit your imagination to a plain rectangle! Here are some best examples of great business card designs. Are you ready to breath in some inspiration?
Alex Queral is a Philadelphia-based artist who has found an incredible way to use old, discarded phone books – he carves their pages into celebrities faces. It’s a perfect example how unusual use of materials can lead to worldwide fame and success.
If you can’t decide what kind of present to get for your misbehaving kid, we’ve already suggested to get some Creepy Dolls from Shain Erin. This time we have another suggestion for you – surprise your little misbehaver by giving him HIV or Syphilis!
Designer Thanva Tivawong redesigned the traffic light. The new hourglass-inspired design is not only visually appealing, but also very practical as now you can exactly predict the next change of the lights. Would you replace the current classical stoplights with these new Sand Glass Traffic Lights?
Christian Faur is a Granville, Ohio based artist who uses hundreds of thousands of individual crayons to produce a single, pixelated image. While at first sight his art looks really stunning, I find his technique not artistic at all…
Did you know that more people in Hong Kong live or work above the 14th floor than anywhere else on Earth, making it the world’s most vertical city? Let’s take a glimpse at some of those enormous blocks of flats in China to get a feel of how it feels to be living in some cities of China.
At first sight these very detailed pictures, which sell for up to £3,800, seem to have been drawn with pencil but only when you notice that Simon’s gallery web address ends with “papierarbeiten.html” you understand how amazing his works really are.