Cafe Art, a UK-based organization that connects people affected by homelessness with the art community, recently gave 100 Fujifilm disposable cameras to homeless people at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Basic training was given to the camera holders by the Royal Photographic Society and then these people were told to take photos around the city with the theme, ‘My London’.
This Kickstarter project gives us an intimate look into the triumphs and struggles of a famous Romanian architect
The Romanian architect and aristocrat George Matei Cantacuzino was separated from his family in 1939 and suffered under war, fascism and communism for twenty years, before dying without laying eyes on his wife or children again. His story is one of sacrifice, heartache and above all, the resilience of the human spirit. And in his honour, a documentary is being made by his great-grandson, George Rowell, and a small team of talented young people.
Remember when you were young and you wanted to eat the paint that was in the garden shed? Well, I don’t either, but kids are curious little wonders so it’s bound to have crossed their minds once or twice. Now, instead of finding your kid with their fingers in a can of paint, they can get creative with their food using Noshi Edible Paints.
Even though technology has advanced and we’re spoilt with music on our MP3 players, smartphones and laptops, nothing beats the tunes that come from a vinyl record player. Gramovox knows this and has created a brand new record player that not only plays vinyls, but it stands vertically so it looks like your spinning records are levitating.
You’ve probably seen plenty of perks that come with Kickstarter campaigns. Free baseball caps, personalized mugs, maybe even a meet and greet. But here’s a Kickstarter we should all get behind because if it makes its goal of $12k, both the writer/director and cinematographer will get matching crew cuts.
Got kids? Then you’ll probably want the LegGo bike. This fun bike means your child can ride the same bike from when they’re 8 months old to when they’re six years old. And it’s all because of a very unique design that allows you to disassemble the bike as your child grows.
We’ve always got our eye out for products that improve the way we do things and we’ve just discovered Baron Shave, which will not only improves a century-old shaving technique, but is so affordable, you can afford to get one for yourself and a hairy friend. [Check out the Baron Shave Kickstarter here]
Back in 2014, a new type of headwear was created by a team obsessed with vintage scarves… and upcycling. The result? ValorisationLab. At ValorisationLab, you won’t see anything quite like the hat you end up owning. Because every hat in this collection is one-of-a-kind, made from a vintage scarf.
Regular headphones blast music into your ears any which way. Axel’s new Soundscapes headphones have been created to be totally customizable so that when you’re listening to your favourite beats, you get to choose how the sound comes out.
Remember Setsu? Oh, she was such a beautiful cat with her big blue eyes and white fur. But when she fell asleep she gave everyone nightmares with her ugly sleeping face. Well now Setsu-chan, as she’s formally named, is on Kickstarter and needs your help in getting her photobook project funded.
This vest is worn by your pooch and lights up whenever you program it to: we interviewed the creators
The world has gone mad for Party New York’s Disco Dog Vest and it’s not hard to see why. Controlled by your smartphone, this vest is worn by your pooch and lights up whenever you program it to, even when your dog happens to go missing. The Disco Dog Vest was just recently funded on […]
These angry owl candles are cute enough, but start burning them and a skeleton frame will appear! On Kickstarter right now, these angry owl candles are perfect for those who love candles but are looking to switch it up—and there’s no better way that switching up your candle burning than to find a skeleton underneath that colourful wax.
Wearing glasses can be a pain but you’d never switch to contacts because the thought of touching your eyeball is too much. Do how do you overcome the 10-minute shift? That is, your eyeglasses falling down your nose and shifting every few minutes. A new product might just hold the centuries-long (I’m sure) answer.
Why settle for an ordinary dog vest when you can make him the life of the party wearing a flashing LED vest! A new Kickstarter is offering the Disco Dog vest, a doggie jacket that is lit up with 256 RGB LEDs and controlled from a smartphone app!