FireVase Flower vase thrown like a grenade to put out fires from r/Damnthatsinteresting Fire extinguishers are a vital piece of safety equipment, but they’re not always readily available at home. In South Korea for example, the law requires every living space to have one, but less than 60% of households actually own one.
As one of modern art‘s most well-known artists, Mexican painter Frida Kahlo has inspired all kinds of creative products.
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Are you looking for a way to lead a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle without sacrificing your creative spark? If so, you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a selection of eco-friendly products that are as as stylish as they are sustainable. Many of these green gifts offer an aesthetically-appealing alternative to disposable items, including a reusable, floral-printed shopping bag and a convenient metal straw.
Do you feel like you need superpowers to keep your space organized?
Painter and pop culture icon Bob Ross believed that “there’s an artist hidden at the bottom of every single one of us.” Through The Joy of Painting, an instructional painting program, Ross made it his mission to acquaint amateur and aspiring artists with their inner creatives. Seemingly inspired by this concept, the Unemployed Philosophers Guild has crafted a quirky Bob Ross mug that reveals its own secret surprise—no paintbrush required.
Now that we have made it through the doldrums of winter, there’s new energy to the air.
Apologizing is considered an important part of Japanese culture, but it’s about more than just saying sorry. Showing remorse shows a person’s ability to reflect, be polite, and show respect to others. Combining the art of the apology with the Japanese love of kaiju (giant monsters in films), Gachapon World released a series of funny figurines depicting Japanese monsters humbly apologizing for the damage they’ve caused.
Pairing a passion for accessories with a love of all things avian, Australian fashion label Shovava creates winged works of wearable art.
Inspired by a Renaissance painting, Mad Lab‘s new Utopia series is a sleek set of wood tabletop accessories.