Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

As if the world needs more reasons to super size their eating habits, folks in South America will have pleasure of viewing this amazingly creative ad from Las Mesa Advertising Agency (Chile) for Pampaverde’s Extra Big Burgers. One can fit a whole cow inside a mouth that large. Credits: Advertising Agency: La Mesa, Santiago, Chile Executive [...]

The first interactive bench in the world invites you to play, move and experience the urban space in a new way. This Playful Bench that changes colors and patterns as you pass by, has sprung up in the middle of Copenhagen’s ‘Islands Brygge’. The bench is situated at the newly restored urban space above the [...]

This unique piece of prehistoric jewelry is inspired by the dinosaur at London’s Natural History Museum. The fifty boned necklace which makes up the dinosaur’s body, hangs from a hand-beaded strand of seed beads. The necklace is reversible, so you can wear it facing either way. Learn about the dinosaurs at London’s Natural History Museum [...]

What are sketchcards? The folks over at Sketchcard Saloon explain it as “Sketchcards are one-of-a-kind original pieces of art. They are drawn or painted directly on the trading card surface and then inserted into random packs. If you get lucky you might pull a miniature masterpiece.” These illustrated gems are part of the Upper Deck’s [...]

Each bottle of Humanity Fragrance is hand made in Brooklyn Alan Iwamura and is made entirely of glass, including a white glass cork. The fragrance was a fundraiser to raise money for a piece of public art, the Humanity Perfume Fountain, which placed in Brooklyn’s McGolrick park this past summer, with 100% of the proceeds [...]

Pantheon will release a slue of Franz Kafka books in June with freshly designed covers.  Imprint art director Peter Mendelsund designed the new look and he describes it as, “let some of the sunlight back in.” Gone are the serious-man portraits and the drawings of giant insects. Instead, you’ve got all-seeing eyes variously set against monochromatic backdrops [...]

Littlefly jewelry, by Jeremy May, is made by laminating hundreds sheets of paper together, then carefully finishing to a high gloss. The paper is selected and carefully removed from a book, and the jewellery re-inserted in the excavated space. A unique twist on jewelry which also comes with it’s own keepsake packaging. Absolutely gorgeous!


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