Why should small children be the only ones enjoying the sweet comfort and peaceful swings of a cradle? This is probably the inspiration of creating a cradle for adults. Designer Richard Clarkson has created a cradle for adults that can make us think of our childhood, in collaboration with Grace Emmanual, Brodie Campbell, Jeremy Broker, Eamon Moore, Kahlivia Russell and Joya Boerrigter.
Papercraft gets more wonderful every time we see it, and this time, French duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, founders of Nantes-based studio Zim and Zou are presenting us with this amazing and colorful papercraft which is totally awesome.
Entitled “Back to basics”, it consists in recreating vintage electronics such as a Nintendo controller, a Leica camera, a Walkman player, and more with paper. Each colorful device is cut meticulously by hand utilizing sustainable paper, and even the smallest scraps are re-used to form some of the tiny detailed components. The project took about a year to see the light of day, and is still under progress. See more in detail by clicking here and hope you enjoy!
David Jackson, a British photographer, uses a technique called stereographic projection to turn landscapes and familiar landmarks into mini planets. Stereographic projection is a form of digital processing that shows a 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.
Yeoh Gh’s adorable illustrations are truly a breath of fresh air. Called “Mr Pear“, this project began about a year ago as one of many fruit character illustration for one of his clients, Gh ended up loving his pear character so much that he carries it on to this day as a personal project. Look at those cheerful pears! They are so cute and pleasing which perfectly fits the idea behind of this project of Yeoh “I want to bring joy and happiness to people in this world. Happiness is one of the key ingredients for good health and peace. I hope my Mr. Pear is able to make people smile.” So next time, when you need a smile, take a look at these lovely pear. [source]