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Batman Poster Posse Entry by Salvador Anguiano

Detailed Batman Poster Posse illustration by Salvador Anguiano.<p>Salvador Anguiano is a designer and illustrator from León, Mexico. This Batman poster …

Gradient Coffee Table by Eli Chissick

Well, this is one ombré trend we <i>haven’t</i> seen yet. Gradient is a coffee table, by Eli Chissick, that’s made up of 10 different types of veneer, …

How to Keep Beer Cold, Outside, with No Electricity: The eCool

Beer was reportedly invented sometime around 5,000 B.C. So it's shocking to think that refrigeration wasn't invented until the 19th Century. Because …

Landscape Light Installations by Barry Underwood | Colossal

<p>Drawing inspiration from early theatrical training, and influenced by methods of staged photography and set design, artist Barry Underwood …

Nomad Desktop CNC Mill

Forget desktop 3D printers — if you want a machine to help you make truly useful things out of raw materials, check out the Nomad Desktop CNC Mill. …

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Animal Vector Illustrations by Andrea Minini

Animals in Moiré – Vector Illustrations.<p>Andrea Minini is an Italian graphic designer and illustrator with excellent skills in the fields of vector …

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Homage to a duck decoy by MD Landschapsarchitecten « Landscape Architecture Works

MD Landschapsarchitecten: MDL’s plan for the revised layout and restoration of a duck decoy visualizes various historical layers in the landscape. …

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Fantastic Illustrations of Places by Nick Bear - The Fox Is Black

I’m a huge fan of Sketch Dailies, a Twitter based collection of artists creating work around a theme, and because of it I came across the work of …

10 Crucial Lessons From History’s Greatest Graphic Designers

Simplify, visualize, know your user: the lessons of these design pioneers, from El Lissitzky to Paula Scher, are as relevant as ever.<p>Many people know the names of influential architects, artists, and fashion designers; far fewer know the names of graphic designers. It’s strange to me, since graphic …

Type Connection Helps You Find Matching Typefaces

Deciding upon a single typeface to get your point across is easy, but figuring out which typefaces match is something even design experts often get wrong. How do you find the chocolate to Perpetua’s peanut butter then, or the goose to Garamond’s gander? You put them through the paces of the Type …

For the Note Taker, Money Maker

For the multitasking man, Bfofo’s premiere product, the Note:Wallet, was designed so that you never again leave home without the simple necessities: …

Barely-there Biffy

Iota is an ingenious solution that not only uses considerably less water than standard toilets, but even has a smaller physical footprint in the …

19 Hipster Logos Rebranded As Evil Corporate Doppelgängers

What would the Dogfish Head logo look like if it were as mainstream as Miller Lite?<p>What would the brands most popular among hipsters look like if they were recreated in the style of their corporate counterparts? What if Intelligentsia Coffee’s logo looked like Starbucks’s, or Best Made’s like Home …

Incredible 'Mini Museum' Is a Collection of Earth and Beyond

Hans Flex has collected natural wonders and historical artifacts and encapsulated them in a portable selection of curiosities, which he has aptly named <i>Mini Museum</i>. For the past 35 years, Flex acquired specimens from around the world and throughout time, including mammoth hair, the Berlin Wall, the …

Why We Should Reinvent Our Drinking Fountains

People would rather pay two bucks for a sealed, clean drink than stoop over a dirty-looking public trough. Better design could help.<p>The city of London got its first public drinking fountain in 1859, built by the Metropolitan Free Drinking Fountain Association to provide safer water to a thirsty …

This Weird-Looking Playground Could Make Your Kids More Creative

Research shows that unstructured playgrounds can nurture children’s social and cognitive development. But the kids who benefit from such designs tend to come from select communities. One company could change that.<p>As early as 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt, a big proponent of children’s …