It looks like people never get rid of their fondness of rainbow color. With the help of technology, they started to apply their fondness to the food and the new invention is “Rainbow Lattees”. First created by Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury who gave the tie-dye treatment to everyone’s favourite caffeinated beverage – lattes. By skilfully adding food coloring to the foam, he created some amazing results. Honestly, those lattes look great, but I still don’t have to have some extra food coloring just for its pretty appearance. How about you?
Hong Kong is known for its high living costs and small living spaces. How to live big in small area is the toppest topic in Hong Kong’s interior industry. Here we have another successful examples of multi-functional transformable home design. Design by LAAB architects, this 309 Sqft apartment has a big kitchen, home cinema, a bathroom fitted with a bathtub, a guest room and also has pet-friendly amenities for three cats. Sounds unbelievable right? Keep reading…
Electricity pylons probably are one of the most boring utility structures you might see. And since they are utility structures, not many pay attention to change them and make them less boring. However, Choi and Shine want to do something different and in their “Land of Giants™” design, proposed in 2008, they want to transform electrical pylons as human-shaped statues to decorate the Icelandic countryside.
If you follow Lady Gaga’s fashion style, you might heard about the 27-year-old Filipino fashion and shoe designer Kermit Tesoro who drew Gaga’s attention with his famous skull-heel shoes. Although from the views of normal people, most of his show creation are not wearable. And it is quite true, those shoes are not for ordinary people like me. (I can’t even imagine to put my foot in those shoes). But it should stop us enjoying those unusual designs, no matter how weird they look like.