Brick and mortar homes are the norm, but that doesn't mean they’re the only choice when it comes to living space. We've seen before how industrial shipping containers can completely transform into a cozy abode. Similarly, the iconic yellow school bus lends itself to being an unconventional—but nonetheless functional—tiny house on wheels. An incredible school bus conversion is often called a “skooly.” Why a school bus? So, what's the appeal of a school bus conversion?
It’s undeniable, the massive influence that architect Frank Lloyd Wright has had on the world.
Many people would look at a rusty kitchen knife and think that it's doomed for the trash.
After the smashing success of the new Wonder Woman movie, we can already guess what’ll be the hot costume of Halloween 2017. If you want to get an early start on your ensemble or cosplay at your favorite comic con, artisan Cole Iba has created a crown fit for the heroine herself. Better yet, he shows how to make your own DIY Wonder Woman tiara in a step-by-step Imgur post.
You’re probably familiar with the famous phrase, “Mirror, mirror, on the wall…” Uttered by the Evil Queen in Snow White...
We can't get enough of these hilarious pigeon-themed high heels, seen on the streets of Japan.
Artist Emily Seilhamer is a diligent candy eater, and as it also turns out, packaging collector. While most people would simply throw away empty Starburst wrappers, she gathered more than 10,000 of them over the course of four years—all in pursuit of making a candy dress.
You can’t take yourself too seriously, even in the world of makeup.
When you know how to sew, the DIY world of clothing seems ripe with possibilities. You can do things like repair tattered garments or tailor them to your exact measurements. But for visionaries like Sarah Tyau, this is just the beginning. The mom of three can take any frumpy thrift store dress or shirt and transform it into a stylish ensemble.
For many folks, a desk is an important part of their work life.
Artist Warren King proves that cardboard doesn’t just have to be for boxes.