This photoblog makes us even more jealous that we don’t have an office dog, especially an agreeable one like Maddie the Coonhound who we could perch on basically anything. More after the jump!
This is a campaign we missed but worth posting for its sheer beauty and ingenuity! Read More
We appreciate anything that helps us procrastinate if it is both A) free and B) entertaining, and bonus points if it can fall under the guise of “productivity” / “learning.” Enter Kern Type, the site that makes a game out of adjusting a word’s kerning (spacing between letters). As OCD type geeks, we love this, and even more so since we can “justify” (pun intended) our playing it as “professional development.” Our only qualm is that there aren’t more levels so we can
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We love all things magnetic and applaud innovative experimentation, so we think these “Gravity Stools” are a cool idea but are unfortunately and decidedly Fugly. Dutch designer Jólan van der Wiel created the volanic-rock-looking stools using magnets to pull apart a molten mix of plastic and iron filings.
We’ve unfortunately never come across real unicorn poo (we hear the elusive creatures steer clear of Manhattan), but luckily Instructables user Kristylynn84 has and has been able to recreate the magical droppings in the form of terrifically colorful and delicious-looking cookies. While you may never be able to catch or, much less, see a unicorn, we’re guessing a good amount of the artificial food coloring in these will stay with you forever! More photos and links to instructions after the jump.
We love it when long-lost, “antiquated” art forms can find a place in our ultra-cool digital world. So we thank House Industries for bringing back an old gem, straight to our computers!
When we first heard of the One-Second Film Festival, we were skeptical, immediately conjuring up picturesque montages à la Planet Earth. I mean, what’s one second really good for, besides some artsy scenic shots? We were pleasantly surprised, though, after watching 60 of those seconds put together (above). Our favorite is the guy with the balls…
We are honored to call Nooka’s Matthew Waldman a friend and, more so, they are a great inspiration to all of us. It comes as no surprise, then, that two of their watches have been added to the permanent collection of the JIDA Museum in Japan. And that’s not even the best part.