• 10 of the Most Creative Billboard Designs
  • 4 days ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 5806 Views
  • Even with digital advertising revenues and market shares continuing to grow, billboard (or Out of Home / OOH) advertising is still big business, claiming 10% of advertising's market share in 2013 and pulling in just under £1...
  • The Cocoon Fireplace
  • 5 days ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 1062 Views
  • If you're looking for a nice apartment center piece which isn't a television, look no further than designer Federico Otero who has come up with the Cocoon fireplace. Designed to fit perfectly into any room, either hanging from the ceiling or sitting on a floor stand, the fireplace...
  • Video: Paris Through Pentax
  • 5 days ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 2047 Views
  • The romanticised version of Paris displayed in this short film is all rather cliché and done-to-death, but none-the-less the technique of shooting footage through a Pentax 67 viewfinder results in a beautiful aesthetic. The film was produced by advertising & production agency Maison...
  • The World's Most Expensive Apartment
  • 5 days ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 6364 Views
  • When completed, it is expected that The Sky Penthouse in Monaco will become the world's most expensive apartment, going on the market for just under $400 million USD (approx. £240 million). At 35,500 square-foot, the penthouse will be spread across five storeys and will feature unbeatable...
  • Submission Sunday
  • 1 week ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 2219 Views
  • Urban Insects is an ongoing series by Bulgarian photographer Yasena Popova which began when she was assigned a project at university which encouraged students to look at the world from a fresh point of view. "Initially, I photographed people underfoot," says Popova. "A year later...
  • Merged Portraits of Friends & Family
  • 1 week ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 2324 Views
  • Croatian photographer Ino Zeljak has created this bizarre but fascinating series of portraits which merge multiple portraits into one photograph. Using brothers, sisters, parents and friends, the photographer splits a traditional portrait in half and then merges two together using...