British Wren Kitchens created an interesting, humorous photo project, demonstrating the power of design and the limited images of frames, which, in fact, greatly distort reality. The project, entitled A Kitchen Lived In: Perception vs. Reality Kitchens showed the reality, which remains behind the scenes of glamorous pictures, telling about imaginary world of Instagram users.
Some people have a quite original sense of humor – so original, that it is more like a mockery. Therefore, their “jokes” are not for friends:
In the design studio “We love eames” in Germany believe that the plants are playing an increasing and significant role in the urban environment. The conditions for their cultivation have always been caring and sufficient natural light.
Police in San Francisco are investigating the appearance of baseball bats tied up with chains to poles across the city. Some of the bats have nails sticking out of them. The San Francisco police said they started receiving reports that people were finding the bats on Thanksgiving morning. The bats are metal and wood and have “spikes” run through them.
Now the term “granny panties” can be understood in the literal sense, because a housewife from Utah Social Candice Pugh creates a vintage women’s panties, which she decorates with unexpected prints of Hollywood stars, cute animals and a variety of funny slogans. She sells this unusual underwear through Etsy site and one of the latest amazing series of her works is her panties with the image of the main characters [ Read More ]
Tourist website Holidify decided to depict the most common differences between a tourist and a traveler. In a series of illustrations showing the different types of accommodation, transport, food, luggage, etc. Someone who likes to travel with someone, and someone – alone. Someone had carefully planned his trip to another country in advance, and someone who likes to improvise. In any case, there are always differences. Although these comparisons are [ Read More ]
Nikola Congdon and her mother Anne of Falmouth in Cornwall, England are committed to saving chickens and give them a new home. They saved about 60 chickens, half of which have been grown and have lived their entire lives in cramped cages and, unfortunately, were unable to acclimate to normal weather conditions. Two women have devised a way to help keep the chickens warm – they knit for them tiny [ Read More ]
The Korean company called “PAPA” (“Play Art. Polygon Art”), creates a high-quality paper from elegant polygonal sculptures of animals that will decorate any interior.