Jing Zhang designed these inhabited letters with an astonishing amount of detail. (source)
Anna Ladd questions privacy in these times of blogging and social networks in her series “Things I told the internet but didn’t tell my mom”. Each of the handmade banners expresses a statement that she posted on the internet over the years but never talked about in person. (source)
In the series “Kings and queens of architecture”, illustrator Paul Stuller drew starchitects wearing their most iconic building on their head. (By the way, you can find my photographs of Bjarke Ingels’ “hat” here.) (source)
Opening Ceremony is paying tribute to Belgium this month, by posting a Belgian Slang Dictionary on their blog. You can find all of them here and even send in suggestions!
These wonderfully simple animals are drawn by Andrew Fox with just a few strokes of his calligraphy pen. (source)
These engraved rolling pins look like so much fun, but the best is yet to come: you can even get them custom made! Get them here. (source)
With the cacti-craze and succulent love that has been going around lately (you can read more about my personal plant favorites here, here, here and here or on pinterest), it was just a matter of time before someone combined their love for plants with their love for food. Thanks to Brooklyn-based baker Alana Jones-Mann, you can find out how to make these cupcakes yourself here. (source)
You can find the most fun infographics at truthfacts.
“Landscapes for the People” is a series by Mark Lyon, displaying the contradiction between these peaceful landscape that are used as a background in stressful environments. Quite ironic. (source)
I saved the best for last: design bible Apartamento explored the world of Wes Anderson’s movie sets, all of which are designed up until the smallest details. More photos here.
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