Scratch away your travels with the Scratch Map from Luckies of UK. As if we need any more inspiration to travel more - from Dornob1 Comments
Tuerca jewellery packaging, in the making. It takes me about 15 minutes per box...0 Comments
That lovely feeling when someone in the world that you have never met likes your work and blogs about it. Big smile.
"I HAVE NEVER WANTED SOMETHING SO BADLY"1 Comments
"Takeaway is anything but ordinary" in these folded sheet metal beauties from Established & Sons.
"In general, the question of what’s inside a box is more intriguing than the box itself. But the Takeaway turns this presupposition inside out"0 Comments
Christian Gideon makes himself at home in this humorous series of well-shot photos of himself and his friends getting very settled in the megastore, location undisclosed.
"My friends and I started asking ourselves - what if you lived in Ikea? Well take a look…"0 Comments
'A simple, but statement oxidized sterling silver ring with a beautiful natural herkimer diamond'. andrea0503 on etsy.0 Comments
“I tend to focus on details, rather than the full picture, seeking order in chaos, and beauty in the mundane” Heiko Waechter0 Comments
Bit of vintage beauty from Nixon. Images from Rick Shofield from his album Things.0 Comments
Favela Painting - Santa Marta: Praça Cantão, Communidade Da Santa Marta, Rio De Janeiro0 Comments
Awesome colours and patterns in fine art and illustration from Matt W. Moore0 Comments
Melbourne Design Awards 2011 - entries open today.0 Comments
The reason for the recent relocation down to chilly Melbourne is a new job - product designer at Moose Enterprise. Makers of Might Beanz, Beados, Gomu, Sea Monkeys, Party Animals and Aqua Sand (to name a few), most 20-somethings would remember them more fondly for their colourful yo-yo's, knuckles and fiddle sticks. Having followed Moose Toys since university I'm very excited to now be part of the team.0 Comments
Apologies for 5 months blogging absence. I've since moved to a new home in a new city to start a new job which has all kept me quite busy. Now settled, let's start again with plenty to report.
ABC News are allowing you to swipe through before and after shots of the Queensland Floods in a creative yet shocking visualisation of the disasters effects on various sites. This second presentation was developed by Jim Whimpey and Andrew Kesper, executive producer Matthew Liddy.0 Comments
Great page of fun and inventive geek gadgets for your nerdy enjoyment0 Comments
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