1. Petra Bukovinski

    Love this.

  2. LOVE this MTV Stationary by Motherbird / motherbird.com.au

  3. Odette Toilette by Design Friendship

  4. French Bulldogs & French Bread
by Kathryn Selbert
What more could I ask for in an illustration? 2 of my favorite things in life.

    French Bulldogs & French Bread

    by Kathryn Selbert

    What more could I ask for in an illustration? 2 of my favorite things in life.

  5. Freibeuter Corporate

    by I LIKE visual communication

  6. Wish I had seen these sooner. Really nice and clean.

    Minerals Calendar

  7. What better way to liven up that black and white page?

    Gorgeous, as always.

    Cuben Array bookmark:

    http://rareminimum.com/product/bookmarks-part-2

  8. Kokeshi Brand Matches Feature Tiny Faces on the Match Heads

    Kokeshi Brand Matches Feature Tiny Faces on the Match Heads

  9. Fisix

    In my bathroom. Now. Kthx,

  10. This gorgeous Hälssen & Lyon calendar is made of brewable tea. Each day is made of fine pressed wafer thin tea leaves.

    (Source: olgie13)

  11. Clever.

    Clever.

    (Source: nikoriana)

  12. adteachings:

    Here’s a fantastic idea from Grey in Spain, one that uses a jumbo lenticular. (Remember those magic ruler things, where the image changes depending on the angle from which you’re viewing it? Those are lenticulars.)

    The piece offers a help line number to abused children, and the lenticular design ensures that the message is hidden from the children’s much taller abusers. 

    Kids love the idea of messages that are exclusively for them, and I have no doubt this idea will generate plenty of calls.

    Source: DIY Photography (Hat tip to Rita Gagliano!)

    I love ads like this. Incredibly clever and effective.

  13. Confessions is a public art project that invites people to anonymously share their confessions and see the confessions of the people around them in the heart of the Las Vegas strip.

     

    I love shit like this. It’s good to be reminded that we ALL have insecurities and fears.

    (Source: fredydecisive)

  14. Keng Lye - Alive without Breath (2013) - Hyperrealistic sea animals created using acrylics and epoxy resin, layer by layer

    This is insane.

    (Source: likeafieldmouse)

  15. Artist Hong Yi Plays with her Food for 30 Days

    For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common (and occasionally not so common) food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. With that in mind Yi set out to create landscapes, animals, homages to pop culture, and even a multi-frame telling of the three little pigs. The project, which still appears to be ongoing, has been documented heavily around the web, but if you haven’t seen it all head over to her Facebook and read an interview on designboom. Photos will also be appearing on her Instagram at @redhongyi.

    (Source: soenas)