Famous logos turned into everyday objects
A Japanese designer turns famous logos into objects for everyday use. Multiple award-winning Japanese designer Taku Oomura used a 3D printer and printed the iconic logos of companies with minor changes.
How to take a good pic in the pool
In photography, creativity is half of success. See, for example, a clever way of how to take a cool photo in the pool.
Chinese factory making Trump 2020 flags - Keep America Great!
There are two years remaining for the presidential election in America, and preparations for the campaign have already begun. On Wednesday, Reuters published photos from a Chinese factory that makes flags promoting the re-election of President Donald Trump in 2020. The factory will produce 90,000 "Keep America Great!" flags.
Funny clothing tags
Be honest, when was the last time you looked at the tag on your favorite t-shirt or a comfortable pair of jeans? Probably that was some time ago, right? Maybe it's worth to look through all clothing labels in your wardrobe, because there may be some funny instructions on them as well.
Social networks trends
Have you ever been browsing Instagram with a feeling of deja vu? If you have, it's not just you. Even a special Insta Repeat profile was created, dedicated to finding "visual identity" in many photos on Instagram. There was a certain relationship observed when tracking "these trends". They come from well-known people who take pics from their trips, and then their style is later replicated by fans.
How people with poor eyesight see the world
Have you ever wondered how people with visual impairments see the world? Philip Barlow, an artist from Cape Town, created a series of paintings that show what people with myopia can struggle with and how they see the world. At first glance, Barlow's images look like photographs that are out of focus. These hyperrealistic oil paintings show a blurred effect that myopic people see after taking off the glasses. These images let people with healthy eyes to understand the condition of people with myopia.
Scars after lightning strike
The probability of lightning hitting you is 1:300,000. And although 90% of those who were struck, survived these electrical discharges, they unfortunately have quite a relic to this day. The scars will remain with them for the rest of their lives. Some of them maybe even like this kind of scar, why's that? Because it resembles the Lichtenberg Figure.
A bar on the beach with an unusual roof
Reconstruction - how famous buildings looked in the past
Ruins of ancient civilizations remind us of our past. Unfortunately, it's not easy to understand their complicated foundation if we don't know what they once looked like, and seeing only the present-day remnants. To change it, a group of artists tried to reconstruct some well-known historical ruins.
Miniature models by a Taiwanese artist
A Taiwanese artist Hank Cheng creates unusually realistic miniature models inspired by his own life.
The first miniature model was created by Cheng over three years ago and he presented the restaurant that he used to visit while studying in Japan. Cheng, the interior designer by profession, tries to expand his boundaries, making smaller and smaller models. He took part in many international competitions with his tiny works.