The purpose of reading books: demonstrated by Radiohead. (source)
Les Bains, a nightclub in Paris, couldn’t be saved, so the owner Jean-Pierre Marois and gallery owner Magda Danysz invited several artists and turned it into a temporary secret street art gallery. By now, the renovations already started and all the work is destroyed. (source)
David Suhami designed this animal pocket knife as part of his studio course at shenkar college of engineering and design in tel aviv, israel. It’s meant as toy for adults who still enjoy playing with small objects. So cool!
You can llamafy which ever words you want here. Yes please. More llamas.
Chopstick pants on instagram, by brockdavis.
Handbags by Olympia Le Tan (who you might know from her handbags that look like books), this time inspired by jazz music. (source)
The rubber barber makes correcting your mistakes a whole lot more fun! Designed by Chen Lu Wei for Megawing and available here. (source)
Manual photography explained in a beautiful cheat sheet. (source)
Helveticat print, available here.
Illustrations by Bisser.
Joel Henriques made these wonderful wooden animals. Find his blog ‘Made by Joel’ here, he makes loads of cool stuff!
Best. Sunglasses. Ever. See the full preview of the collection here.
This hedgehog must be the cutest table brush I have ever seen. It’s available at By Mölle, among many other pretty things.
How can I ever be satisfied with a normal cappuciono again, after seeing this? (source unknown)
Best fashion advice I’ve seen in a long, long time. Print by Zag.
I’ve posted about tattly before on this blog, so maybe you already know these wonderful fake tattoos designed by great illustrators. If you keep an eye on their blog, you’ll notice it’s not that hard to get creative yourself: they regularly present tattly hacks, or new, inspiring ways to combine their designs into something even more amazing.
This socket deer, designed by Nendo, holds your phone as it recharges.
In Chicago’s Bridgeport neighbourhood, an abandonned warehouse caught on fire. The temperatures at the time of the fire were so low, that the water sprayed on the building froze almost instantly, resulting this enchanting ice palace. More photos here.
Alphabet mugs, available at urban outfitters.
Jun Fujiwara designed Re: sound bottle, a bottle that collects sounds in a bottle, much like catching fireflies in a jar. If you uncork the bottle, it starts recording the sounds around you and with these recorded sounds, it forms a database from which it automatically creates rythmic tracks, using the recorded sounds in a loop, which it plays if you uncork the bottle again. So cool. More info, including a video, here.
Top Secret is a usb stick with a wax seal, which keeps all your secrets safe. Beautiful. (source)