Project Diversities is a fashion/art project run by Off The Rakk Global Network™. They selected awesome illustrators - all with their strong and distinct trademarks, to create artworks out from the same object/ model. Awesome result!
Wisconsin native Kenton Sorenson [#26808]cuts and sews each natural leather piece by hand in his workshop. His iPad Portfolios are oiled and conditioned with beeswax and finished with a heavy linen thread side stitch.
The CXXVI Scrimshaw Knife is hand etched in a small workshop in Maine, this seascape scrimshaw is laid into the bone with black India ink and sealed with a double dose of wax to protect the design and handle.
Located in NYC, Tokyo Bar is covered with Japanese Manga illustrations and neon lights. The little restaurant served Japanese comfort food, till it recently closed. Kashiwa Sato created the branding, love it.
Dog mansions available in the antebellum-style Alabama, contemporary-approved Cubix, Ikea-like Lönneberga, and the fanciful Fairytale, Made to order from premium materials like varnished wood and break-proof window glass.
Nine fish that use handlike fins to walk, rather than swim, off Australia, have been identified as new species. All of the world's 14 known species of handfish are found only in shallow, coastal waters off southeastern Australia.
'Disappearing-Pattern' bathroom tiles are decorated with patterns in thermo-chromic acid ink that react to heat, fading away reflects the spray and the intensity of hot water. Longer the shower, the smaller the decorations on the wall!
Salt n' Peanut is an adorable DIY Soft Circuit Kit that teaches you how a basic LED circuit works. The circuit is sewn using conductive thread (no soldering involved). Great weekend project for you (and your kids).
These edible handmade Luxirare crayons are literally health bars comprised of fruits and vegetables, nuts, and chocolate covered sesame seeds with a melted marshmallow core. Did I mention you can draw with them, too?