Just when you thought a kid's world was powered exclusively by batteries. Crazy Forts uses geometrically precise balls and sticks to create a multitude of play fort possibilities that you simply throw a sheet over.
Is there such thing as clean advertising? Yes! Elle, Puma and ING are already using it and the technique is like a "reverse graffiti"... it is done by cleaning the walls and streets instead of painting them!
Really nice digital abstract work from designer/artist Pete Harrison. Based out of London this exceptional designer has worked with the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Fall Out Boy and BMW just to name a few.
The IM Talkathon is only half way through ~ but that means on a few more weeks to help support causes we love like the National MS Society, Sierra Club, and the Red Cross ~ so make your IMs and emails count! =)
James May (one of the hosts of the Top Gear) was fired from AutoCar magazine in 1992 for hiding a secret message in the first letters of each article. Here is a picture of all of those articles put together.
To celebrate its 75th anniversary, Lacoste has commissioned 11 Berlin artists to create artworks inspired by the brand's iconic 12.12 polo and crocodile logo. Its now being showcased and auctioned in Berlin.
To celebrate the launch of their environmentally friendly range, i.c.green has released a great video. Inspired by children’s popup books and dioramas, it combines original illustrations, music and animation.
ChargerFrame transforms your electronic landscape into wall art. This active interplay between cables, gadgets and indicator lights is neatly framed and finished off by an energy-efficient master green switch.