Anyone that has a home printer knows they can be temperamental at best. But what if instead of having a bulky, barely working machine taking up space, you could print everything you need from a tiny, hand-held device? That’s the concept behind PrinCube—the world’s smallest mobile color printer, designed by TheGodThings. The ultra-lightweight appliance works using WiFi, so you can upload any text, image, or design from your smartphone (both Apple and Android)
When Banksy opened his homewares store Gross Domestic Product in London, he made it clear that interested buyers weren’t in...
A Tibetan fox rushes forward—teeth exposed—while the marmot it’s after screams out in surprise, undoubtedly knowing that its days are...
Rather than search for the perfect real-life photoshoot locations, Mexican photographer Felix Hernandez crafts entire miniature scenes by hand. He uses everyday materials and toy props to create whimsical images that transport the viewer into another world. By combining his model making techniques with his eye for photography and post-production skills, Hernandez is able to construct images that look like cinematic adventures.
Conceptual artist Blake Fall-Conroy creates work that often touches on socio-economic themes.
If you want to send a message that’s short and to the point, look no further than enamel pins.
Want to wish the writer in your life a happy holiday? Fortunately, you don’t have to have a way with words to let them know you’re thinking about them—especially when you have a list of writing-inspired gifts at your fingertips. These thematic presents are perfect for writers from all walks of life. Some are functional, including a sleek desk organizer and magnetic notebook. Others are fashionable, like the quill pen pin and grammar-inspired jewelry.
Three million art lovers walk through the doors of New York’s MoMA each year.
Do you have LEGO bricks from your childhood that you don’t know what to do with?
If you have a cat, you can probably relate to these funny illustrations by Landysh, one half of creative duo Lingvistov. The ongoing kitty comic purrfectly captures the hilarious day-to-day moments living with our feline friends, from the challenge of taking a selfie together to inevitable bites and scratches during playtime. Lingvistov was founded in 2012 by friends and language teachers Landysh and Asia.
Photographer and filmmaker Niv Novak is passionate about dance.
Photographer Reuben Wu is known for his artistic landscape imagery, which he creates by using LED lights attached to a...