Monthly Archive: January 2012

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The paper fox – Digital Creation in Origami Style

Jeremy Kool is a designer and 3D animator based in Melbourne, Australia. He’s just started a new project with the working title of “The paper fox“, where he provides a whole universe of characters...

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14 Simple and Chic Coaster Designs

Coasters are a great gift, an awesome way to add some color to a room or end table. Anyone who use coasters is always looking for something unique, something unusual, or just some cool...

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Spectacular Spa House in South Africa

The Spa House designed by Metropolis Design in Cape Town, South Africa, is set on the mountainside on the urban edge of Hout Bay overlooking the bay and harbor, and integrated with the beautiful...

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Smartphone Booklet: a Disposable Phone

Sometimes designers come to mind different thoughts about what awaits us in the future. Hence, designer Ilshat Garipov put pen to paper and came up with the Smartphone Booklet – a disposable phone as...

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My Space: Pop-Up Cardboard Playhouse by Liya Mairson

Liya Mairson, a graduate of the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, has created a children’s play house that takes cues from pop up books, except this on is life size. Called “My Space“,...

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Type Fluid: Typography in Motion

Experimenting is one of the best practices among designers. Like the “Type Fluid”, the amazing typography work created by Skyrill studio. Skyrill was founded by the Almossawi brothers, Ali and Hussain, and they come...

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Miniature Pothole Garden on the Road

Cyclist Steve Wheen, of Shoreditch, East London, began his campaign out of frustration at the lack of repairs to roads damaged by the harsh winter. As a guerrilla gardener, he decided to do something...

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Interesting Wall Decals Glow in Dark

If you are looking for some simple and interesting decorating idea, wall decal is one of the most popular options right now. Easy to get on, easy to take off and lots of funny...

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Stunning Alien Predator Themed Motorcycle

Bangkok-based artist Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn collects discarded car and bicycle parts and uses them to create elaborate Predator-inspired motorcycles that are actually drivable. We have no idea what bike this was initially, or how fast...