There’s a lot to be said for natural phenomena. This video shows two girls in a canoe on the River Shannon in Ireland experiencing one. Moving and spectacular to say the least, and a reminder to us all to get out there and experience what this world has to offer.
Andy Smith is an illustrator with skills. His work combines illustration and typography to create images that have humour, energy and optimism, and all are executed with a hand-made, hand-printed, tactile feel. He designed these four mugs for his friends at outdoor company Alpkit. Each mug shows a creature tangling with explorers. I love them.
I love this modern twist on cubism that Liam Brazier has developed into a style of his own. His geometric approach bares resemblance to 90s TV show Red Dwarf’s Kryton, yet his depictions of these classic Superheroes still have fresh feel.
The Art of Dancing is an online advent calendar from Lewis Bullock and Luke Bonner, a dancing duo from Bournmouth. Each day throughout December, they reveal a new dance routine on location, with occasional guest appearances from passers-by and confused onlookers. It’s been reported that they’ve even turned down an approach from a mobile phone […]
This wrapping paper will ensure you’re presents are wrapped in original fashion this Christmas, even if they are not festive in the slightest. Gift Couture have come up with these five different wrapping paper designs: a bun, hamburger, cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes. All of the components of a Cheeseburger.
I must have seen hundreds of photo sets on Flickr, and even though this one doesn’t contain the original work, I’d struggle to find one that evokes such nostalgia. Many an hour was spent searching the Argos catalogue for the latest toys, walkmans, hi-fis and the like. Now we can do it all again.
The Cadger Dubstep Christmas House is 35,000 LED lights flashing a track called First Of The Year (Equinox) by Skrillex. He describes his sound as ‘a mix of dubstep, electro and glitch all thrown together’. Perfect for Christmas.