These aren’t your ordinary posters. Designer Finn Magee creates multi-functional posters that double as a clock, light, or even a speaker. Just plug them in and they’re ready to go. If you’re intrigued, they are available for pre-order at AREWARE.
For years now, free little libraries have been popping up on front lawns across the country, promoting literacy and bringing communities together through a unique book sharing system. One Wichita woman, Maggie Ballard, has taken the colorful concept a step further by replacing the books with things like food, toiletries, and other necessities. Referred to as a Blessings Box, the pop-up repository invites members of the community to “take a blessing when you need one, leave [a] blessing when you can.
The term selfie hasn’t been around for that long, but it’s already deeply ingrained into our society.
Snow covered trees are always eye catching, but CSI Walker Berg of the Portland Police Bureau was in for an...
Paper is one of the great artistic chameleons. This easily accessible material that’s used in crafting incredible, gallery-worthy works of art is the same that contains crude sketchbook doodles never meant to see the light of day. It’s this fascinating dichotomy that entices creatives to experiment and use paper art as the centerpiece of their work. Depending on technique, paper can look wildly different.
Body art professionals, like Anna Sica, are turning to animal-free inks to create beautiful vegan tattoos.
Belgian ecological designer Vincent Callebaut is a master of green sustainable architecture.