Picture this, it’s the end of a long work day and you’re driving home, ready to relax and unwind. As you approach your driveway, you push a button on your smartphone and immediately your whole home is prepped for your arrival. That simple touch of a button sets the thermostat to your desired temperature, starts playing your favorite Pandora radio station, turns on the lights, and closes your motorized blinds to create privacy. You may think that this isn’t possible, but with today’s technology, complete home automation is now a reality.
Easy pin is a innovative redesign which smartly combine the function of clip and pushpin. Users can use Easy Pin to display their notes and photos without making holes. The angled form helps users easily insert and remove their papers and photos. Moreover, its special shape makes it can stable on surface. So no more accidentally rolling and falling pushpins. Such ingenious thoughts to ease these trivial issues from our daily lives
Those elaborately designed garments presented in this post were made from layers of Finnish birch plywood by artist Ron Isaacs in a trompe l’oeil fashion. Starting from wood, then cut, layer and paint, Isaacs made these highly detailed “architectural clothing.” Each piece merges three recurring subjects found in most of his works: vintage clothing, plant materials (sticks, leaves, and flowers) and found objects. Combining trompe l’oeil painting with master wood carving, the sculptures appear ready to move in a gentle breeze as they morph into natural elements.
Starting in the summer of 2014, LA-based artist Lili Chin presented the series “Dogs of The World”, which is a collection of 192 canine breeds by their geographic origins. From Asian dogs to Russian dogs, from French dogs to English dogs, Chin successfully create these cartoon-style illustration that highlight the unique appearance of each dog. Chin’s work is not only enjoyable but also educational, certainly helpful for any dog love or potential dog owner. If you like Chin’s work, you can purchase prints, tote bags, t-shirt, bedding and pillow case in her Society6 store.
PS: All the rights belong to artist. For further information, please contact Lili Chin on doggiedrawings.