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To add on to previous travel-related tips from UK-based hotel booking website Hotels4U, such as how to work and travel concurrently, how to become a master traveler and how to take the perfect holiday selfie, is this infographic that spotlights 28 top dishes from 28 countries across Europe. ...
 


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From acclaimed writer/director Noah Baumbach, While We’re Young is a coming of middle-age story that explores how life changes as youth fades. Watson brought the story to life with a rich experiential Tumblr.
 


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RKD Architects have sent us photos of the “Valhalla Residence” they designed, located in the Sierra Mountains, near Truckee, California. continue reading...
 


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Meghan Smythe is a California-based (Canadian-born) artist who creates expressively disturbing sculptures of crushed flesh and glistening viscera. The muted, peaches-and-cream colors are initially deceiving in their innocence; emerging from the twisted monuments are dismembered and defleshed body parts, shaved down … Continue reading → The post Meghan Smythe Sculpts The Fleshly Contortions Of Passion And Death appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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Matt Chase, a designer based in Washington D.C., has created alternative illustrated interpretations of iconic film posters. Using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Chase limits his artworks to a maximum of three colors per poster, creating a series of clean and refreshing visuals, that comple...
 


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Russian artist Salavat Fidai creates miniscule sculptures with a ubiquitous yet unusual material – graphite pencils. Their tips are fashioned into figures of pop culture like Yoda, Bart Simpson, Batman, and many more. The amount of detail that Fidai achieves … Continue reading → The post Salavat Fidai Fashions Minuscule Pop Culture Sculptures Out Of The Tips Of Pencils appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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Leonie Gené and Joerg Duesterwald, arguably the best bodypainters in Germany, explore the relationship between art and nature by painting the bodies of naked models, blending them flawlessly into natural landscapes. In their project, called ‘Metamorphosis’, Gené and Duesterwald take cue...
 


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Tucked away in a 1920s co-op building located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, is this 390-square-foot apartment that received a makeover by Michael K Chen Architecture. The result is a clean and contemporary design sporting practical features such as covered storage spaces. ...
 


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Designed by Halewood International | Country: United Kingdom “In the years of Prohibition, Moonshiners used fruit juice to sweeten their raw, illicit booze before transporting it in used spirit bottles. Inspired by these lawless rebels, independent drinks company Halewood International created Bootlegger Apple Brew – an old fashioned apple beer that’s flavoured with White Grain […]
 


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Filipino graphic designer Eisen Bernard Bernardo, last featured for his ‘Mag + Art’ pieces, is back with more funny mash-ups. Using the same techniques, he cleverly blends the poses of celebrities featured on magazine covers with the subjects of famous artworks, creating a seamless mash-...
 


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Will Smith Greek creative freelancer Rob Snow has created a delightful project titled ‘Celebrity Sunday’. Every Sunday, Rob challenges himself to produce a new caricature of his favorite celebrities, rendering them in rich colors, and with expressive eyes that look as though they are sta...
 


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Tomohide Ikeya is a Japanese photographer whose underwater nude portraits walk the line between serene beauty and the terror of death and drowning. In three series, titled Wave, Breath, and Moon, Ikeya explores the body interacting with the ocean in various … Continue reading → The post The Chaotic Darkness Of Tomohide Ikeya’s Waterlogged Photography appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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After the previous article on the ‘Confessions of a Guilty Designer’, Creative Market now shares “10 things that designers freaking hate with a passion”. From overused fonts, like Lobster and Helvetica, to having people ask you to do unpaid work that will help you "gain exposure", do...
 


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“Death can now be deliciously beautiful.” Troy Sitosta’s concept for Killexir was born out of the idea of creating products that would never realistically be made. Cherry soda-flavored poison for human consumption definitely falls into this category.
 


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Cave into your sweet tooth and, at the same time, pay tribute to some of the world’s most respected fallen hip hop artists, namely 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G and Eazy-E, by baking up a delicious batch of cookies with these cool ‘gangsta’ moulds. Featuring the uncanny likeness with the hip ho...
 


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Check out these amazing concepts and get in the minds of students this beautiful Friday Morning! 
 


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The World Happiness Report for 2015 has recently been released. The report was put together by an international group of economist, neuroscientists, and statistician, who measured each country’s well-being around the world, based on four main factors including the ability to stay positive, ...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Kristy Hamilton of popular science website IFL Science recently shared an intriguing video that shows a man cracking open a gigantic egg that is about twice the size of a regular egg. What is most amazing about this unusual egg is not its s...
 


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Drawing inspiration from traditional Russian figurines, this nesting doll opens up to reveal something surprising. Designer Masahiko Yoshihara's piece, named ‘Mato Ryoko’ appears to be a regular baboushka, but opens up to reveal a bikini-clad woman. According to Yoshihara, the piece ...
 


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Confectionery giant Cadbury has just sweetened up our world by a notch by announcing the upcoming launch of its newest chocolate bar, ‘Spectacular 7’—it combines seven of the most celebrated flavors from their range into a single bar. This party bar consists of the well-loved flavors of...
 


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While photographer dad Alan Lawrence aims to show the joy his son Will, who has Down syndrome, has brought to his family via series ‘Wil Can Fly’, some parents may still find themselves in a dilemma on whether or not to go ahead with the pregnancy of an embryo detected with Down syndrome. ...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Had a rough week at work? This video of babies tasting sour foods for the first time will brighten your day. Featuring footage from America’s Funniest Home Videos, it features adorable toddlers making faces and shaking their heads after biti...
 


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French graphic designer Jean Jullien, last featured here, is back with more funny spot-on illustrations about living in a digital age. His illustrations feature a satirical view of celebrities being worshiped, and the lack of face-to-face communication between people because of technology. ...
 


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Designed by Constantin Bolimond & Maksim AliLocation: Moscow, Russian FederationProject Type: Commercial WorkThe aim of the project Titses milk is to attract mens' attention to the product that is so loved by women,but is often overlooked by a strong half of the population.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Hair seems to be the centerpiece for artist Winnie Truong. Her artwork features colorful hair which sometimes looks like it has a life of their own. Her subjects don the colorful hair like a head piece and some are even overwhelmed by them. Despite her use of bright colors in her drawings, t...
 


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Designer: Chen Jun WeiProject Type: Student Project School: Tung Fang Design InstituteLocation: Tainan,Taiwan Packaging Content: Rice Packaging Materials: Straw, Wood Lon is a story about the land in Taiwan. When people forget the story of the land, the section of past will be disappeared. This project presents the section of past story through creative packaging design to make people have a better understanding of what have been forgotten or ever happened in this land.From commodity to design point, the team integration all the policies, planning the " Earthen huller " brand packaging,to maximize the brand value.To make packaging design more highlights the brand's unique style, when construction of the packaging,The team still thinking about how to give consumers the feelings of " Earthen huller " because " Earthen huller " is use the natural materials,Simple Makino、wood and red clay to make, and this material can get from the rural radius of thirty miles,Forming a circle.So simple elements without damaging the environment,To form the the packaging basis, the team create a new image aesthetics through reorganization, by the material、color、culture to interpret.On the packaging material, our team to reduce the use of paper material on planning, no glue way,Select the natural materials,the print is also used green ink, achieve sustainable development the packaging purposes. Team targeting the beginning is trying to " Earthen huller " is extended to everyone to know it, because although in promotion by Non-profit organizations, but the effect is not good, and that, it just our motivation.So we prevailed by cultural and creative packaging, earthen huller to come out of the grind rice do for media goods, the description about the Earthen huller inside the packaging, and design a single sale of packaging and gift packaging, reverse mode of operation, trying to get consumers to be able to understand it on their own initiative. Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Agency: Foodwill - The Greek Food ProjectProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkLocation: Athens, GreeceWhen designing the packaging of the Bariamis traditional Greek delight sweets (Loukoumi), Foodwill was inspired by elegance and simplicity.As Loukoumi sweets are very common in the Greek market, we were aiming for a packaging that would stand out from similar products.The cube shaped box was designed to be offered as a gift as well.We used different colours to highlight the variety of Bariamis Loukoumi flavours, such as cinnamon with orange zest, lavender with lemon zest, rose, mastic etc.The packaging material was chosen according to the requirements for the packaging of edibles.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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I approach every project with an understanding that its end result will be a glaring reflection of me and my clients. I never settle for acceptable – only exceptional.
 


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Gino’s garden organic olive oil, from Lebanon recently released a limited-quantity, olive shaped bottle for its finest quality line from the grove of Gino Haddad. Two different types of uneven olive shaped bottles were drawn, using mathematical techniques to calculate the irregular shape and volume. The ceramic bottles were brought to life by the skilful hands of Stelios Laskaris, in black gloss and green matte glaze finishes. Photography by Roger Moukarzel. The making of by Marios Karystios.
 


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In the series Paint Job, Spanish art director Nico Ordozgoiti infuses some color onto Renaissance statues. He digitally paints them in a hyperrealistic style and brings them to life. Iconic sculptures like David and Venus de Milo are now fair-skinned with chestnut brown … Continue reading → The post Nico Ordozgoiti Brings Renaissance Statues To Life With Hyperrealistic Painting appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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Designer Filippo Mambretti of Mambrò Design Studio, has created MIKADO, a pendant chandelier for Italian lighting brand MOROSINI. continue reading...
 


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Trading Culture of Weltrade attracts the most affluent traders who understand the market, appreciate the service and reputation as a stable partner. Site introduces the audience special traders club and offers to become part of it.
 


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Julien Salaud is a French artist who creates incredible thread drawings that light up like constellations under ultraviolet light. His otherworldly installations feel larger than life and look like futuristic cave paintings, brimming with both raw primitive energy as well as … Continue reading → The post Julien Salaud Creates Stellar Caves With Glow In The Dark Thread appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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Found on creative website Hello You Creatives, the above image should be relatable to all designers. Titled ‘Every Designer In This World’, it shows how designers name the different versions of their Photoshop files. Are you guilty of this naming practice? Edit: The above image was ...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Promoting its self-storage service with the message ‘#MakeRoomForLife’, Extra Space Storage has come up with a heartwarming ad. Titled ‘Parenting Advice—10 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Having a Baby’, the short is a compilation o...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] The Apple Watch goes on sale today. Instead of combing through the myriad reviews soon to be unleashed upon the World Wide Web, why not trust the words of Senior Vice President of Design at Apple, Jony Ive, in this video as he describes the produ...
 


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Previously, we featured pet owners dressing up their cats and dogs as little demons for spring in Japan. In Taiwan, a different trend is taking place for the animals. Pet owners are giving their dogs the latest trendy haircut, which is apparently in the shape of a perfect circle or square....
 


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Hey contemporist friends! Today’s Design Detail is this moment of serenity, found at a swimming pool in France, designed by Dominique Coulon. The roundly shaped window seating overlooks a small garden area. continue reading...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] In this new spot for Australia’s Transport Accident Commission, Clemenger BBDO Melbourne steered clear of the gruesome elements viewers would often expect from a road-safety commercial. Instead, the agency adopted a softer but potentially mo...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Swedish creative agency Snask has given investment bank Nordea Markets a new brand identity that makes them stand out. Although unconventional for a leading capital markets operator, this redesigned branding helps Nordea Markets look ambitiou...
 


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Graphic designers, you might have encountered times when you were asked to work for free in return for “exposure”. The following infographic by Company Folders lists 10 “commandments” to help you ensure you’re not being taken advantage of. Check out the infographic below to learn...
 


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This visually playful ad campaign, titled ‘It's What's Inside’, shows mysterious miniature doorways that have been cut into different foods. Created by Ogilvy & Mather New York and Ars Thanea for DuPont Nutrition & Health, the series features small doorways into interesting places like a...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Manhattan-based couple Jess Lau and Jon Sukarangsan has created a save-the-date video that would delight fans of Wes Anderson. The bride-to-be told Huffington Post, “We don't always have the same taste in everything, but one thing we always ...
 


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Australia-based photographer Serena Hodson has an amusing side-by-side photo series featuring dry dogs and their drenched selves. Titled ‘Dry Dog Wet Dog’, the portraits are an adorable glimpse at how different the canines look during bath time. She wrote: “‘Dry Dog Wet Dog’ came...
 


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If you are interested in macro photography, you may want to take a look at the “Adaptalux”, a portable miniature lighting studio that would help you take better close-up pictures. Created by London-based product designer Samuel Granger, it has a modular set-up that is made to be adapta...
 


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We last featured Saint Hoax's images of Disney princesses kissing themselves, which aimed to send a strong feminist message. This time around, the artist is putting the Disney princesses through the Kylie Jenner Challenge. The social media phenomenon originated from the reality star herself,...
 


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Paintings by Atlanta, Georgia-based artist Ryan Coleman. More images below.View the whole post: Ryan Coleman over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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Paintings by artist Deborah Dancy. More images below.View the whole post: Deborah Dancy over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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"Good design is one that benefits all mankind, whether its influence is large or small. Those who have exiled themselves to big foreign cities such as New York, Paris and Tokyo, and have won lots of awards, will never be an example for me, because I think there is still a lot for me to do here and a long way to go."
 


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I think these slightly abstract paintings of familiar things by San Francisco, California based artist Casey Gray are truly awesome.  You can see more of them below.View the whole post: Casey Gray over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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To illustrate the health properties of its products, Swiss herbal cough drop brand Ricola has unveiled a trio of clever print ads. Featuring a koala, a mountain goat and a bee, they show how its eucalyptus, mountain mint and honey-herb cough drops prevent them from falling sick. They were ...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] For most workers who spend most of the day sitting, here's some useful information to ensure that sitting at your desk is not hurting your back, and helps to improve your productivity. The video provides specific tips that ensure that you max...
 


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Sansa Ring Physics and mathematics major Rana Levy is also a talented artist and maker—she is the owner of Daedra Jewelry, where she makes statement-making necklaces, rings and lockets that are inspired by “fantasy, books, sci-fi, tarot and other mystical things”. Her creations incl...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Created by the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau, the following ad puts an amusing spin on the boring but serious problem of click fraud. In the fake newscast-style ad, an unidentified man talks about how he realized that he was a bot due to ...
 


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This cute social media inspired lapel pin would definitely be a great conversation starter. Designed by Dorota Pankowska, who is based in Toronto, Canada, this pin makes a statement about the now commonplace way to make friends online. Shaped exactly like the rectangular button you click o...
 


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Agency: Ground Branding AgencyProject Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: IamosLocation: GreecePackaging Content: Olive OilPackaging Materials: Glass, Paper The visual identity & the packaging of IAMOS brand is inspired by the flower of the olive tree. A flower often met on the wall paintings of the Minoan Palace of Knossos, the first developed civilization in Europe. We use the flower to symbolize the production process that begins in the Spring. The flower is the organ of the plant that will become the seed after fertilization and will offer us all of the olive products. The brand metaphorically connects Minoan Crete to contemporary Crete & the typography which consists of various typographic "families" emphasizes the connection between the old & the new, our history & the modern way of life. The project of packaging for IAMOS aims in transferring the uniqueness of the Minoan Art and our history into the present with modern techniques & pure design following the philosophy of the production process of the IAMOS olive oils. What's Unique?The concept of the brand looe, the corporate pattern & the graphic elements on the packaging was born from images & elements of the Cretan Nature as well as the Minoan Wall Paintings, the origins of European Civilization. The technique of glass paint is used on the Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil Bottle. Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Agency: kissmiklosProject Type: Concept Location: Budapest, Hungary Packaging Content: Watch Packaging Material: Paper Re-branding for the Swiss Lejon watch.As we are talking about a branding of a watch it is really important that all the elements suggest perfection, precision and great care for the details – that’s why it had to redesign of the logo.I completely re-drew the letters to be more precise and sharp. There is a great balance in the design now – the letter J is parallel with the lion’s elbow, the icon’s stroke is the same width as the letters’ feet.The lion icon didn’t have an unified look either – it was also not easily recognizable. That’s why I simplified it, made it more stronger and more unequivocal.The strong use of red would work very nice because of the Swiss background.The watch mock-ups can be clearly seen that with the new logo the brand itself became more visible and stronger.This is just a concept, because the owners stick to the original logo and icon, so I had not accepted the job.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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"Form, function, emotion. When the first two work seamlessly together to deliver a ‘reveal’ experience that’s topped off with a satisfaction that its content is well justified."
 


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Felix Braden’s very first typefaces 'Sadness' and 'Grimoire' have just been published in new and revised versions at Myfonts. After the tragic end of the established Fountain Type Foundry he had to ask himself the following question: Is there still any justification for the existence of his 20 year old fonts? 'Sadness' was based on experiments during his stay at the Trier College of Design, 'Grimoire' on the other hand combines two seemingly contradicting principles – calligraphic and constructive ideas – and makes them work together. The font is based on a modular system but simulates a handwritten typeface. Both fonts are available for €5 at Myfonts with a introductory discount of 80% until 19 MAY.
 


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Sustainability has been a huge topic on our site this month in celebration of Earth Day. We've seen many innovative packaging designs and this is no exception.
 


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“We believe that if there is a good concept behind the pack, we don’t need anything else. The communication has to be clear, simple and honest to the consumer.”
 


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The detailed paintings of Shawn Huckins portray common, day-to-day imagery while flawlessly integrating it into what seems to be miniature paint swatches. Although you may think that the artist paints directly on tiny paint cards used as color samples at … Continue reading → The post Shawn Huckins Replicates Paint Swatches While Integrating Imagery Into Every Hue appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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For this month's #HEYDIELINE, we've noticed none of you know how to re-use your packaging. Here's some inspiration. Now, show us what you can do and don't forget to #HEYDIELINE. 
 


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A London-based startup, called Great Kittens, aims to establish the world’s first cat cinema alongside a cafe and shelter for cats, bringing people closer to the feline community through film and food. Formed by a duo of cat lovers, Paula Siedlecka and William Piper, Great Kitten is activel...
 


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#MyKidCantEatThis because it has ‘creeps’ on it... (black pepper)—@ChiseledMomma Little children are notorious fussy eaters and they have an Instagram account dedicated to their eccentric eating habits. ‘My Kid Can’t Eat This’ is an Instagram account filled with funny anecdotes...
 


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New York-based photographer Omar Robles’ Instagram is a gorgeous one—filled with stunning visuals of ballet dancers posing against urban backdrops, injecting life into the settings with their graceful silhouettes. He told Mashable, “I’m in love with how you can express and create all ...
 


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Japanese photographer Tomohide Ikeya takes captivating, sensual photographs of women submerged in water. Spread over three series, ‘Wave’, ‘Breath’ and ‘Moon’, his mysterious and intriguing images juxtapose their calm, almost death-like expressions with intense scenarios, creating...
 


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Nail artist Hatsuki Furutani has combined the love of designing incredible patterns for nails with her interest in cute narratives and scenarios. She has applied her active imagination in this new project to take her nail art designs next level. … Continue reading → The post Colorful 3D Printed Nail Art Is Turned Into Adorable Animations appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] If litter could be traced back to their litterbugs, would it alleviate the problem? Putting a face to the littering offence is sustainable lifestyle magazine Ecozine and The Nature Conservancy in its citywide campaign, the ‘Hong Kong Cleanup...
 


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Image via CGArena If you have ever wanted to be an extra on a film set, here are some things that you may want to know about the job. Buzzfeed contributor Emerald Jones—a pseudonym—recently put together a post that features “21 secrets film extras will never tell you”—while it i...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Are you trapped in the dreaded ‘friend zone’? Fret not, because BuzzFeed has created an instructional video to show you how to get out. Created in the style of the ‘90s, the humorous clip offers useful advice such as climbing an actual l...
 


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Well, what do we have here? A very modern take on the classic barber pole stripes, being used for the premium razor supply brand Stash. 
 


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Seattle-based Brittany Wright’s Instagram is a euphoric mix of colors and organized mess that will make any foodie happy. The photographer ups the food photography game with her ‘#FoodGradients’ series, a meticulous arrangement of similar food according to their graduating color tones. ...
 


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Do you grow your own garden at home? If you do, then the following infographic might prove quite useful. Created by lifestyle blog Fix.com, the extensive infographic covers a range of helpful tips on home gardening. From choosing the right soil composition to building a garden plot, the in...
 


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New York-based filmmaker Erik Shirai successfully funded his documentary, The Birth of Saké, through Kickstarter and it recently screened at Tribeca (Variety gave it a great review here). The film explores how saké is made at a family-owned Japanese brewery named Tedorigawa. It looks beautiful and sad. Watch the official trailer below.View the whole post: Film Trailer of the Day: The Birth of Saké over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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Distractify has put together a collection of clever riddles that would keep you entertained. The collection consist of easy ones that would only take seconds to guess, and others that would put your brain to the test. Scroll down to find out if you can solve these riddles, and head over he...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] The Calbuco volcano, situated in a national reserve in Southern Chile, has recently erupted for the first time in 42 years, dispersing thick plumes of ash and smoke skyward and into the atmosphere, forcing the evacuation of everyone within a 24-m...
 


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Do you use hashtags on your social media posts? Do you wonder about the effectiveness of hashtags for your posts? The following infographic explains why hashtags should be used and provides useful tips for success on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. For instance, Instagram posts with mor...
 


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Click on image to enlarge Click on image to enlarge Logo Design Guru has created an infographic that would help you pair beautiful fonts for your business. The infographic highlights the golden rules of font pairing, and listed down possible font combinations for businesses in the various i...
 


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Photos from Paris, France based Photographer, Vasantha Yogananthan. His series titled “Piémanson” is an exploration of daily life on the last wild beach in France. Check out more images below.View the whole post: Vasantha Yogananthan over on BOOOOOOOM!.
 


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New York-based Amanda Curtis might have just chanced upon a pot of gold—she bore witness to an extremely rare sighting of a quadruple rainbow while waiting for her train in Long Island on Tuesday. She then uploaded a photo of her lucky encounter to Twitter, which quickly took the Internet b...
 


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The collection is described as "a glimmer, a touch, a place, a continuity, a dream, captured within suspended streams of consciousness".
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence has launched ‘The Unforgotten’, a mobile campaign featuring faceless statues of eight victims of gun violence. The statues are dressed in the victims’ own actual clothing, and the campaign in...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Self Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh For the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge model, UK telecommunications provider O2 commissioned urban artist Pure Evil and fine artist Paul Karslake to reimagine six classic artworks with a fun, modern 21...
 


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Agency: Believe inProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: FinchtailLocation: UKFinchtail is a new company focused on creating simple and useful products that are sustainably made. Their first product is an inexpensive cardboard tablet stand, and their new identity, packaging and launch materials have been developed by brand design studio Believe in®.Initially Believe in® worked to define the brand strategy, based around the company’s desire to solve everyday problems with simple products that work well. The strapline (simple useful) things was adopted, along with a commitment to using fewer resources and better design.With so much of the value in the design as opposed to the materials, it was important that the brand could support that value and tell the wider Finchtail story. Every aspect of the brand experience reflects and reinforces the strategy. Just like the products themselves, everything is simple, crafted and purposeful.The identity combines a bespoke logotype with a playful marque inspired by the tablet stand, while also connecting to ideas of travel, adventure and sociable living. The language is helpful and informative, and never loses its sense of humanity. The aesthetic is deliberately utilitarian, but with elements used throughout that add a degree of personality and emotion.The product and packaging are printed using only black and white inks, with a vivid orange stock used for the outer packaging. This plays beautifully with the neutrality of the kraft board, while creating a handy wallet for the stand to live in after purchase.For retailers and bulk customers, a box of 12 stands doubles as a dispenser.Beyond the brand and packaging, Believe in® also created a suite of launch materials, including a responsive website and printed literature. The company collaborated with London-based production company Thank You Mam to create a short stop-frame video that helps people to understand how the tablet can fit into their lives.Martin talked about what Believe in® were like to work with:“The work that Believe in® have created is incredible, and I really enjoyed the working relationship that we developed throughout the project. They listened intently to my ideas, and then took them far beyond anything I could have imagined.”Believe in®’s Creative Director Blair Thomson said:“When we first met Martin, there were three things that really appealed to us. First, the name Finchtail is great. Second, even at that early stage we could see how useful the product could be. Third was Martin himself. He had a great energy that seemed like he would be fun to work with, but he also had that tenacity that all good entrepreneurs possess.”“Plenty of brands make grandiose claims to change the world, but much of it is just hubris. Finchtail never takes itself too seriously, and stays focused on making things that customers enjoy owning, using and sharing.”Initial business wins for the product have been encouraging. The Design Museum trialled it in their shop and promptly sold out of the initial order within a few days. En Route, a global travel firm, recently featured Finchtail as one of its exciting new products at major travel trade exhibition in Hamburg.The product is available to buy direct from the website — finchtail.com — as a single stand (£3), 6 stands (£16) or box of 12 stands (£30).Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Agency: The Freedom Island BRANDEXPERT Design StudioClient: GOOD FOODLocation: RussiaProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkNUTBERRY is a new brand of GOOD FOOD Company developed by The Freedom Island design-studio (Moscow).NUTBERRY has gathered a wide range of nuts, dried fruits and mixtures focusing on active modern audience of people who care about their health and nutrition.Integrated development of brand NUTBERRY included: naming, logo design, corporate identity and packaging design.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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'love letters from craig' is a romantic exploration into the perversions of modern-day digital hookups. The narrator reads aloud personal ads from anonymous people seeking love & affection on the internet.
 


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Thai cosplay enthusiast Anucha ‘Cha’ Saengchart, who previously tickled us with his humorous, low-budget cosplay outfits, returns with more of his funny, creative antics. Using household materials and objects found at home, he creates hilariously scrappy-looking costumes of characters lik...
 


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Dr Woo, real name Brian Woo, is a 33-year-old Los Angeles-based tattoo artist at Shamrock Social Club. What sets him apart from other artists in the industry are his sophisticated, single-point geometric designs created with fine lines and circles. His monochromatic artworks have graced th...
 


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Artist Ana Strumpf uses creative color schemes and patterns to redesign fashion magazine covers. In her series Recover, trend-setting magazine like Vogue and Vanity Fair are transformed into whimsical worlds with eye-popping patterns complete with quirky make-up added on to … Continue reading → The post Ana Strumpf Redesigns Fashion Magazine Covers By Adding Eye-Popping Colors And Patterns appeared first on Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design.
 



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