In Japan (of course it had to be Japan), online store ‘Toyo Case’ is selling a line of socks that will turn your furniture into FURniture.
Welcome to the real world, kid, where life gives you lemons… or dog poo, constantly! While stepping in doodoo is common, for this little kid, his whole day has been ruined by the offensive act. Just look at that face. Hear those screams. And look at that mess – yuck.
For years, British artist Ann Carrington had been collecting old pearl necklaces from junk shops and boot fairs so that she can turn them into two galleons, ‘Wo Wave City’ and ‘White Cloud City’.
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If you love hitting your alarm’s snooze button, then this here’s your spirit animal. At the Canvas Chameleon pet shop in Reading, Pennsylvania, a baby panther chameleon (Furcifer pradalis) seems to think he’s still inside his egg even after hatching.
Food wastage is getting out of hand these days, but the French national assembly has just voted unanimously to pass legislation that forces supermarkets to give away unsold food to charities (or for animal feed) to make sure nothing goes to waste.
If you love to shop, then head on over to Dubai for a non-stop shop-a-thon. This is the place you want to be to pick up all your designer threads and lavish goods. But Dubai is not only a shopper’s paradise; it’s an adventurous wonderland. In this fascinating city, you can shop ’til you drop then learn how to ski right in the middle of Dubai’s Mall of the Emirates.
If you’ve ever moved to a different country, you’ll soon find out that while the grass is sometimes greener on the other side, there are certain things that will never feel like home. South Korean artist Sunkyong moved to Berlin and found this out, so she illustrated her experience in the series, I hate Berlin, […]
Calling all creatives! We’ve found the perfect notebook for all your tasks in Microsoft’s HP Spectre x360
Everyday you’re bombarded with new tech products on the market and it can be difficult knowing which one is suitable for your lifestyle. Well, we’ve got a secret: we’ve finally found the perfect notebook for creatives just like you. It’s Microsoft’s HP Spectre x360 and it’s much more than a sleek design.
Guess what, people? Sex ed isn’t hush-hush over in The Netherlands as it is in other countries (I’m looking at you, America). In fact, kids as young as four are educated on everything from love and healthy relationships. And kids just a wee bit older are schooled on safe sex and birth control. This sex-ed program takes place during a week in the spring called ‘lentekriebels’, which translates to ‘spring fever’.
Waiting in line to get through customs in a different country can be exhausting. After a 12-hour flight the last thing you want to do is stand around with a bunch of cranky people. So if you’re anything like me, you like to play the passport game – guessing the country of everyone’s passport.
While the majority of Australians live by the coast (or a quick drive away), there are those Aussies who tough it out in the Outback away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Freelance photographer Andrew Quilty ventured into one outback town – McKinlay – to document the isolation of the place, but also the beauty that comes with a land that has stayed untouched for years.
Sandi Mitchell has every art lover’s dream job: conserving an historic masterpiece by John Rogers Herbert
Sandi Mitchell has every art lover’s dream job. Not only does she get to look at art all day, but she’s the Project Coordinator for the public conservation treatment of John Rogers Herbert’s Moses bringing down the Tables of the Law. At the time of acquiring the painting, it was the largest and most expensive painting to ever be purchased by the National Gallery of Victoria. So to say Sandi was under a lot of pressure in helping conserve the painting is putting it mildly!