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IKEA Bets On Movable Walls for Small Spaces

IKEA is reportedly planning to bring transforming small space apartments to the masses. The idea, already popular for individual projects, is what …

10 Morning Rituals of Successful Entrepreneurs [Infographic]

Have you ever wondered what do the most successful entrepreneurs such as Richard Branson do in the morning? Look at this infographic to find out.

Amazingly Intricate Laser-Cut Wood Relief Sculptures by Gabriel Schama

Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates incredibly intricate, densely layered wood relief sculptures using thin, laser-cut pieces of mahogany plywood. He starts with a vector illustration that is sent to a laser cutter. Lasers carve designs into 1/8-inch sheets of plywood, which are then glued …

Long Exposure Photography Tips

Long exposure photography can produce stunning photos. Nighttime shots can bring out unexpected detail and create amazing light effects. Daytime long …

Movie Director Portraits by Julian Rentzsch and Studio Stellavie

Illustrated movie director portraits of Alfred Hitchcock, Martin Charles Scorsese, and David Lynch.<p>Hamburg, Germany based illustrator Julian Rentzsch …

Posters

Inspiration For Designing A Writer’s Home

Architectural Portrait Photography

Italian photographer Francesca Dattilo created a series about a hanging relationship between human and architecture, light and shadows, colorfull and …

Photography

Drawings in Space: Wooden Wireframe Sculptures of Everyday Objects by Janusz Grünspek | Colossal

<p>With little more than thin wooden dowels and a bit of glue, artist Janusz Grünspek creates scale replicas of everyday objects that from a distance …

Art

Seattle Artist Creates Sidewalk Messages That Only Appear When It Rains

Peregrine Church's "Rainworks" puts superhydrophobic coatings to whimsical use<p>Remember Green Street Media's no-spraypaint-necessary sidewalk …

Seattle

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Instant Skyscrapers Are Here

The pop-up city is an idea that dug its way into our collective brain a century ago as the first steel buildings rose—a dream that's as common in …

Powerful Ads Remind Us a Woman's Worth Isn't Measured by Clothes

There's the old adage that “clothes don't make the man,” and so why should they have to make the woman? Swiss feminist group Terre des Femmes and the Miami Ad School in Hamburg, Germany recently created an advertising campaign that begs the question. Called <i>A Woman's Worth</i>, it features three posters …

Super-Modified: The Behance Book of Creative Work

Behance has been a source of inspiration on the web for the past 8 years, I remember when they first started back in 2007 and it's amazing to see how …

Graphic Design

Triangle House by Life Style Koubou

Japanese design sensibilities are in full display at the Triangle House, designed by architectural<p>Japanese design sensibilities are in full display at the Triangle House, designed by architectural firm Life Style Koubou. Located in Fukushima Prefecture in northeast Japan, the structure of the house …

Alphabet Blocks

This wooden block set has been created by <b>Kay Bojesen</b> for Danish schools in 1950s. This year the company is relaunching it, and now the <i>Alphabet Blocks</i> …

This Gadget Reveals Exactly Where Veins Are, So Nurses Don’t Stab You Blindly

Even the lowliest medical trainee can find a vein with a new device piloted by the Australian Red Cross.<p>For people with hard-to-find veins, giving a simple blood sample can mean getting stuck like a pin cushion as the nurse or doctor roots around for the target. The Australian Red Cross Blood …

Stained Glass Windows Made from Stacked Laser-Cut Paper by Eric Standley | Colossal

<p>Virginia-based artist Eric Standley (previously) brings a whole new meaning to the term “cutting edge” with his methodical stained glass windows …

Why are the media so obsessed with female scientists' appearance? | Alice Bell

Yet another profile of Susan Greenfield feels the need to dwell on her ‘long, youthfully blond hair’. Why are the media so rubbish at covering women in science?<p>The Observer has an interview with Susan Greenfield this weekend. There are lots of questions it might prompt. Why, for example, has she …

Answer to Are the living conditions for prisoners in Scandinavian countries better than those of ordinary citizens in developing countries?

It depends on which aspects you consider. If you look only at your material standard of living, then yes of course, Scandinavian prisons have a much …

The Workshop / Guy Hollaway Architects

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> The Workshop is a regeneration and extension of a former nightclub in Folkestone, Kent to create the …

Architecture

Dungeons, Dragons & Design: Geek Chic's Gorgeous Gaming Tables

David Roentgen's transforming gaming table is the most amazing piece of furniture I've ever seen. It's also from the 18th Century. But here in the …

Graphic Design and Typography by Jessica Svendsen

Sophisticated Graphic Design and Custom Typography.<p>Jessica Svendsen received a MFA in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art in 2013 and a BA in …

Brick Lamp

<i>Brick Lamp</i> is an adjustable LED task light suitable for a desk or shelf. Made of concrete and aluminum, it’s designed by <b>Philippe Malouin</b> for <b>Umbra</b> …

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Commune With Nature In These 6 Productivity-Boosting Offices

Being in the midst of nature, even separated by a window, can help your productivity and morale. These offices bridge the outside/inside divide.<p>We spend a third of our day, at least, in offices that aren’t always conducive to productivity and mental health–some are even actively hurting us. At a …

Architecture

The Daily Routines Of 26 Of History’s Most Creative Minds

10 p.m. to 7 a.m.: Sleep. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Be a genius.<p>Even Beethoven and Balzac had just 24 hours in a day. How did history’s most prolific minds schedule their greatness? Based on research from Mason Currey’s <i>Daily Rituals: How Artists Work</i> (which we covered previously here), a new interactive …

Creativity

See Life: Layered Wooden Sculptures Inspired by Reefs

Manchester born, Los Angeles raised artist Joshua Abarbanel’s work makes me feel feelings inside – all kinds of happy feelings. The three-dimensional …

Sculpture