Designer Elizabeth Perez has created a unique copy of Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit that includes a match and contains striking paper along its spine. Fahrenheit 451 is a novel about a dystopian future where books are outlawed and firemen burn any house that contains them. The story is about suppressing ideas, and about how televisionContinue reading “Fahrenheit 451 Book Cover With a Match and Striking Paper”
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OREO Cookie vs. Cream Separator
It’s a basic human desire to separate an OREO cookie. Humans love either cookie or creme. And sometimes a man just needs to invent a machine to do the hard work of separating the two. Today, that man is physicist and cookie-part preferrer David Neevel. Watch him operate the device he created that separates OREOContinue reading “OREO Cookie vs. Cream Separator”
Spocks, A Mister Spock Socks Design
“Spocks” are a Mister Spock-themed socks challenge design by tides, now up for voting on Threadless. Not wanting these socks would be highly illogical, for wearing them will cause you to live long and prosper.
Blue Willow Video Game Dinnerware Pattern by Olly Moss
When the talented graphic designer Olly Moss isn’t creating amazing posters or cutting out pop culture silhouettes he apparently has enough time to design his own video game dinnerware based on The Willow Pattern.
The Changing Face of Superman
The Man of Steel has been around for 75 years, and as you can imagine he has had many looks over the years. To showcase how the Kryptonian hero has transformed through the decades, The Superman Homepage created this cool infographic called “The Changing Face of Superman.” Click on image to make larger
Target Draw & Go Gift Card
This new Target gift card ($5 – $1,000) was created by the Design firm Invisible Creatures. Unfold the map, flip the switch and watch Bullseye cruise along! Or better yet, turn the map over and draw your own track (using the complimentary marker) – Bullseye follows along the path you’ve created!
Anthony Dever’s photo blog Bookshelf Porn is similar to Pinterest except the site only includes photographs of shelves full of books. Neat shelves, messy ones, indoor and outdoor ones, shelves shaped like an igloo and built into a phone booth. Everything’s submitted by members of the site’s community. It’s a fascinating tribute to the placeContinue reading “Bookshelf Porn”
MakerBot Announces New Retail Store: Destined to Be One of New York’s Most Awesome “Must-See” Attractions
MakerBot, the Brooklyn-based global leader in the 3D printing technology, has opened its first retail location in New York. The MakerBot Store, opened to the public on September 20th and will have an official launch and unveiling in October. “I have dreamed of opening this store ever since we started MakerBot. Technology like our DesktopContinue reading “MakerBot Announces New Retail Store: Destined to Be One of New York’s Most Awesome “Must-See” Attractions”
How Nerf Became The World’s Best Purveyor of Big Guns For Kids
A team of 15 Hasbro designers, engineers, marketers, product development specialists, model makers, model painters and computer-aided design experts in both Pawtucket, Rhode Island and Hong Kong were tasked to handle two requests from their target customers. Boys ages 8 to 16 wanted a blaster that had greater ammo capacity and shot projectiles farther. TheContinue reading “How Nerf Became The World’s Best Purveyor of Big Guns For Kids”
Microsoft Announces New Logo, The Last Update Was 25 Years Ago
Microsoft has just unveiled their new logo, which is the first update to their logo in 25 years. The logo has two components: the logotype and the symbol. For the logotype, they are using the Segoe font which is the same font Microsoft uses in their products as well as their marketing communications. The symbolContinue reading “Microsoft Announces New Logo, The Last Update Was 25 Years Ago”