Flaunt those nails.
Flaunt those nails.
The struggle is real.
The napping possibilities are endless.
These Academy Award winners for Best Production Design may not all be perfect movies, but they’re sure nice to look at. From oldest to newest!
You’ve probably never heard of them.
German YouTube user Zackabier talks us through what he thinks the countries of Europe look like.
A Hungarian artist created 62 illustrated posters for every episode of Breaking Bad. Spoiler alert!
Spoiler: Steamships took ages.
The past looks stunning.
Entrants for the 2014 Serco Prize For Illustration were asked to submit pieces based on the theme “London Stories”.
Here’s a reminder of things your Kindle will never, ever do.
Thanks to artist Federico Babina.
You know you’ve got style by the boatloads. But what does it even mean?
Spruce up the Church newsletter with these.
These are really well-done!
Hey, can you paint a mural on my bedroom wall real quick?
Just a little reminder that humans are capable of incredible and grand things.
Physical is beautiful.
Man cave, manland, mantuary, or manspace — whatever you call it, chances are your home could use some help from the pros. Homepolish, a NYC-based home design firm with designers nationwide, recommends these easy ways to create an epic bachelor pad without spending a fortune.
Warning: first world problems ahead.
A tasty project from Danielle Evans.
It’s what’s on the outside that counts.
Architect and 3D modeler Katerina Kamprani created a series of prototypes called “The Uncomfortable” that puts tiny twists on everyday objects that render them unusable. And it’s pure sadism, I tell you. SADISM.
Domino Magazine was basically Pinterest before there was Pinterest. And I couldn’t be happier that it’s back in print.
See the history behind the things you find pretty.
Packaging: It’s a necessary evil. So it may as well be clever.
“I’ll know what I want when I see it.” A group of Irish designers turned this and other frustrating comments from clients into beautiful works of design.
Temper your jealousy, teachers. One can always dream.