Bangkok is a photographer’s dream with its incredible architecture and dizzying nightlife, but if you want to take a photo that will still be talked about years from now, head just outside of the city to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Yes, floating.
If you’ve always wanted to sneak up on your enemies from under the sea, your dreams have come true with the U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 5. Yep, there’s a personal submarine for you and four of your closest friends.
Instagram is going crazy – and rightly so – for a little guinea pig name Fuzzberta. It’s not just her name that’s cute, either. This little charmer is melting our hearts with her too-cute and too-funny cosplay outfits. Yes, a guinea pig has a whole wardrobe full of costumes, get used to it!
If you like to work for your dinner, head to Switzerland and dine at one of the most breathtaking restaurants in the world.
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When six-month-old Milo came back from the vet, he woke up and felt like something was missing. He looked down, and saw absolutely nothing.
Here’s a slice of pizza that won’t leave stains on the pages of your book. Francesca of ‘Inspirational Gecko’ creates felt bookmarks that look like tiny food slices.
This Aussie artist lost his battle to depression but his music lives on in this beautiful debut album
Szymon Borzestowski was a Newcastle artist who lived and breathed music. He spent hours in his bedroom performing, recording and producing his own music with a simple software program. He had almost finished his debut album when he lost his battle with depression and took his own life. His family was heartbroken but they were more then determined to not let his music pass with him.
In the Salish Sea near British Columbia, Canada, naturalist Clint Rivers photographed a baby orca who perfectly captures that happy feeling we get on Fridays.
Don’t you wish you could just bite a pug because they’re so dang cute? Well, now you can! English baker Miss Insomnia Tulip of Lou Lou P’s Delights has baked a loaf of bread that looks like a realistic pug.
Pushing the limits of everyday design, New York-based Deger Cengiz has come up with a rather, uh, prickly furniture piece that puts a 10-inch barrel cactus at the bottom. Let’s hope that building material is thick. And designed to stay in place!
The wallet of the future. Okay, that might be going a bit far, but this new bit of kit from Sydney designers Dosh, called the Dosh Alloy, certainly ticks a lot of boxes for those who like to keep money safe and not have a massive bulge in your pocket (if you know what I mean!).
While listening to your favourite beats is enjoyable, trying to work and concentrate at the same with those beats is pretty much impossible. In fact it’s so impossible that for a while I had to work in complete silence to get anything done. Until I found one of the most underrated musical collaborations in the history of ever: Pod Tune.
Creative husband-and-wife Corey Oda Popp and Kit King have collaborated to make hyperrealistic portraits that will trick you into thinking you’re looking at photos instead of paintings.
Bangkok-based designer Pierre Cerveau brings back childhood memories after he released a glorious concept: the Smart Boy, a Nintendo Game Boy-inspired smartphone. What sets it apart from smartphones currently out on the market is that it integrates modern-day technology with nostalgia. For instance, it features a power-saving 8-bit mode; an attachable ‘Game Bat’ controller, which […]
You’ve seen the great ice hotels of the world but if there was one ingredient you were sure you couldn’t build a hotel out of, it’d be salt. Because salt belongs on the table, right? Well, wrong. Welcome to Bolivia’s Hotel Palacio de Sal.