If you’ve already completed every jigsaw puzzle you own, perhaps it’s time to start one that’s a little more challenging. Japanese board game manufacturer Beverly has created a plain, all-white puzzle that is sure to test the patience of even the most experienced jigsaw masters. Described as the world’s smallest, “micro” puzzle, the “Pure Hell” design features no image to help you complete it—just 2,000 blank tiles.
From cozy caves to warm nooks, cats are known for their love of napping in snug places. Agnė Audėjienė (of Agnes Felt)
If you’re sitting at home and struggling to pass the time, a jigsaw puzzle is a great way to keep...
Whether you’re disinfecting constantly, wearing gloves, or using your clothing as a shield, most of us are aware that door handles are covered in germs that you’ll want to steer clear of. With this in mind, digital fabrication firm Materialise started thinking of ways to make the simple act of opening a door more hygienic. Their 3D-printed door handle is a clever, effective way to help slow the spread of any virus.
At this critical time in history, everyone is pitching in with their skills and expertise in order to combat the...
LEGO fanatics of the ‘90s are sure to remember the iconic Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship set.
The average person replaces their toothbrush every 3-4 months, resulting in around 20-30 billion plastic toothbrushes tossed into landfills each year. To tackle the issue, Mexico City-based design consultancy NOS created a sustainable toothbrush, called Everloop, with a handle that’s actually made of recycled plastic from disposed toothbrushes. Not only that—it also features a clever clipping mechanism that allows you to replace the 100% natural bamboo bristles.
With the threat of COVID-19 compelling many from around the world to stay at home, artists are sharing coloring pages...
In times of social distancing (or physical distancing)
Struggling to keep your plants alive? Vancouver-based artist Zoe (of Zoet Studio) has an alternative to leafy friends that look great, and smell even better. She creates handmade succulent and flower-shaped soy candles that are so cute, you’ll never want to burn them. Made of pure soy wax, lead-free wicks, phthalate-free fragrance oil, and poured into elegant glasses, each candle is lovingly handcrafted in small batches.
In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, remembering to find time to relax can be tough.
Learning a new skill can be daunting, but embroidery artist Michelle Staub (of Stitching Sabbatical)