Keryn Ng

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Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright | Colossal

<p><i>Broken Mirror/Evening Sky</i> is a series of images by New York photographer Bing Wright who captured the reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors. …

5 Incredibly Effective Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder | Inc.com

Regular readers know I definitely believe in the power of hard work. As Jimmy Spithill, skipper of Team Oracle USA, says, "Rarely have I seen a situation where doing less than the other guy is a good strategy."<p>But we can all work smarter, too. And clearly we all want to, as evidenced by the …

Time Management

21 Of The Most Beautiful Japanese Cherry Blossom Photos Of 2014

The delicate pink sakura, or cherry blossom, is associated primarily with the culture of its native Japan. These trees blossom throughout Japan every …

Japan

15 Seals You Wanna Be Friends With

International Day of the Seal is upon us! Time for us to be honest about how much we wanna hang out with seals.

Seals

This Glow-In-The-Dark Bike Could Save Your Life

Now on Kickstarter, the Lumen mimics the way a cat’s eyes light up at night.<p>As a cyclist, you’re always only a blind spot away from being maimed or killed. As such, making yourself as visible as possible (especially at night) is your first line of defense against being reduced to a gelatinous smear …

Your Startup Is More Likely To Get Funding If You’re A Man

A new study finds that even if the pitch content is identical, the capital goes to the dude.<p>Why aren’t there more women entrepreneurs? Perhaps because when we think of a successful entrepreneur, we automatically think of a man. That’s the conclusion of a new study led by Harvard Business School’s …

A City Reduced To Facades

When French native photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy took a stroll through Montreal, what he noticed were the facades. Montreal is a distinctive and pretty city: the old townhouses built from the tan rock of a nearby quarry, the spindly wrought-iron staircases that through a quirk of governance …

Archist Illustrations by Federico Babina

The Archist Poster Illustration Series.<p>I’m sure you still remember the ARCHICINE movie poster series by Federico Babina, which I presented to you …

Andy Warhol

Magical Tokyo Cityscapes Seen Through Colorful Bokeh

In this ongoing series, photographer Takashi Kitajima blurs the details of Tokyo's buildings and bridges into beautifully abstract landscapes. He creates each gorgeous composition by standing on observation decks of high-rise buildings or overpasses throughout the city.<p>By gaining a bird's eye view …

Art

A Camera That Turns Real Scenes Into Toy-Like Dioramas

The Bonzart Ampel delivers optically playful tilt-shift photography to amateur photographers.<p>In 2010, Uniqlo released one of their early digital products (they now have a mini arsenal of them) as part of a branding platform. The online calendar displayed monochromatic dates and times, alongside a …

A Foldable Kettle That You Can Fit Into Your Pocket

<b>Slovakia-based</b> industrial designer Stanislav Sabo has designed a brilliant foldable kettle that allows for easy transporting and traveling use.<p><b>Named</b> …

Industrial Design

Would You Eat A Stranger's Leftovers? This App Allows You To Do Just That

<b>Seattle-based</b> Dan Newman and his business partner, Bryan Summersett have developed an app that lets you share your leftovers with strangers.<p><b>They</b> …

Apps

Marked Up Famous Pictures Show How Photos Were Edited In The Darkroom Days

<b>It used</b> to be a lot more difficult and time-consuming to edit photographs before the personal computer and Photoshop.<p><b>To demonstrate</b> the art of …

Car Illustrations from Famous Movies

If you are fan of nice cars and good movies, chances are you have seen these cars on the movies before. But now they are completely illustrated by …

Concept Redesign Of McDonald's Packaging Makes Take-Outs More Convenient

<b>Based in</b> London, one of Robert Bye’s graduate student projects has got him re-thinking the Big Mac packaging of McDonald’s.<p><b>Bye examined</b> McDonald’s …

McDonald's

Japanese Photographer Takes Cutest Pictures of His 4-year-old Daughter

Once a photographer becomes a parent – especially to a baby daughter – he no longer has to look for a model to work with. This was once again proved …

My 30 Day Adventure With The Fuji x100s

Please note that this is not a technical review of the Fuji x100s. There are many great reviews already written by photographers who are technically …

Cameras

DIY: How to Make a Pinhole Camera Out of Concrete

It’s Sunday, which might mean doing your best to keep your mind off of the workweek to come, or already setting about planning next weekend. If you …

Sport picture of the day: beautiful Boston high diving

The Red Bull Cliff Diving series regularly produces stunning imagery in jaw-dropping locations. Here, using a multi-exposure, the photographer shows the diver in motion, while giving the impression of several divers in the air simultaneously. This, combined with the buildings and lack of context, …

Carefully Arranged Collections

Portland-based photographer Jim Golden’s series of photographs of collections are artfully-arranged labors of love. The only commissioned image from …

How to Do Bokeh

Creative photography often involves using a variety of techniques to add dramatic effects to a photograph. One such technique is referred to as …

Aperture

Rooms Gets Creative With New Furniture Collection

Georgian design studio Rooms has created a larger line of products, which were shown earlier this year in Milan at Ventura Lambrate. I am always …

Concrete Lamps by Itai Bar-On & Oded Webman

Studio Itai Bar-On partnered with Tel-Aviv based designer Oded Webman on a collection of concrete lamps called the Bullet Collection. The simple, …

Objects I Use: Detachable Key Rings

It seems so hopelessly primitive to me that we all carry a pocketful of little pieces of metal to gain entry to our homes and workplaces. Side gigs …

Infographic: A Map Of Racial Segregation In America

A pointillism map of every person in the country makes U.S. Census data look like a watercolor painting.<p>This map has exactly 308,745,538 dots. It’s a painstakingly specific number, taken from the 2010 U.S. Census. While the ebb and flow of populations means that exact number is different today, the …

The Imaginary Factories Inside All Our Gadgets

What if an iPhone wasn’t just a gadget but a place where tiny people worked? The Imaginary Factory series explores the inner life of our technology.<p>The problem of explaining how technology works to an inquisitive kid can befuddle the best of parents. It’s easier to explain to a kid how a radio …

An Artist Finds Government Censorship In Google Earth

Censored government sites makes an artist question our view on the world–in reality, and in pretty, loaded pixels.<p>Artist Mishka Henner was trawling Google Earth when his cursor passed over a strange sight. A pixellated, mosaic-like pattern cut clear across his screen, disrupting the lush country …

Sometimes Telling The Time Is Hard. This Clock Lends A Hand

Blame digital technology, but plenty of us still can’t always tell the time. It’s commonplace now to substitute a phone for a watch (or perhaps you wear a smart watch–the child of the two), which makes a classic analog clock difficult to read with ease. Cue the FreakishClock, a handed time-teller …