We all know the millions of bottles of water we consume and leave behind does absolutely nothing for the environment. Nothing good that is. Plastic containers take anywhere from 50-80 years to break down and decompose. Paper cartons only take 5 years to break down. Enter…Boxed Water.

About Boxed Water: About 76% of the Boxed Water container is made from a renewable resource, trees, that when harvested in a responsible, managed, and ethical way serve as an amazing renewable resource that benefits the environment even as it’s renewed. We ship our boxes flat to our filler which is significantly more efficient compared to shipping empty plastic or glass bottles to be filled. The flat, unfilled boxes we can fit on 2 pallets, or roughly 5% of a truckload, would require about 5 truckloads for empty plastic or glass bottles. Our cartons can also be broken down to their original flat state, and are recyclable in some areas.

If you must buy water shouldn’t it be kinder to the environment? What do you think of this packaging design?

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Today is Monday and the following sentiment holds true for most. I Hate Mondays.

However, the statement holds a deeper meaning when illustrated by the artist Banksy.


Daily Design Inspiration is just that. A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks that we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. In the last edition we covered the world of Hands. Today we are highlighting Rainbows.

Rainbows conjure up pots of gold, leprechauns, sun showers, happy days, gay pride, and happiness. They can also add much dimension and interest to artwork. In this edition of Daily Design Inspiration we look at the many beautiful and interesting ways this fun colorful optical and meteorological phenomenon, the ‘Rainbow‘, is depicted by drawing, digital design, illustration and photography.

by Judy and Jam

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You will find no Barbies here. These dolls are NOT for children. In fact you’ve never seen dolls like this before. Seemingly anatomically correct in body parts, both in size and depiction, Marina Bychkova’s Enchanted Dolls are works of art.

Enchanted Dolls come in many varieties. Costumed with the most exquisite detail both in clothing and accessories, tattooed with amazing precision, nude for those who rather clean aesthetics, and the dolls also come in polymer clay.

In all the tattoos, the porcelain is engraved with a needle while still raw, fired and then china paint is rubbed into the grooves. Accents are added in additional layers.

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For around $5 a night, visitors to Shanghai can sleep in a capsule that is less than eight feet long and four feet high. Not for the claustrophobic.

Would you sleep in one of these?

A little 90′s retro music flashback video that is sure to transport former house heads back in time. Dutch DJ and house music producer, Jaydee’s ‘Plastic Dreams’ which is considered to be one of the classics of the house music genre.

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Do you remember this song?

Transformer your entire room to resemble Nintendo games such as Super Marios Bros. and Donkey Kong, with these cool wall graphics. The vinyl decals are restickable.

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