As knit-ly as you can

Hey, everyone! Do you love to spend your free time doing something like knitting? This hobby surely needs a lot of patience, especially if you would try doing something like that bus up above and more below! [via elmanco.com]

 

The Glow of Yellow

Do you consider “yellow” as one of your favorite colors? If not, your perception mind change after seeing all these wonderful yellow finds. The first picture above is the ceiling of M Coffee based in Tehran, Iran and it was designed by Hooman Balazadeh. Isn’t that great? Oh well, hope you’d appreciate the rest of the yellow finds below! This one’s very cool, the Tellus Nursery School in Sweden. I’m […]

 

Shade Me Some Light with Nine Lamps

Did you know that, in the late 17th-century in Paris the first public lanterns made their appearance in the center of the streets? They lit the road during the night. Since then, the look and use of lampshades have changed and have continued to evolve. They not only light our streets, they also light our darkest nights when we just want to read a book in a silent corner of […]

 

Life is too short for the wrong job

Oh, well. I would just like to share with all of you what made me really laugh my heart out the other day. These are considered as the top ten best ad campaigns saying “Life’s too short for the wrong job.” I hope you’d appreciate these pictures as much as I did. Enjoy! 🙂 Now, which one made you laugh really hard? [via dailydawdle.com]

 

What art looks like through the wire

It’s really exciting to know that artists really find time to always discover something new in showcasing their creativity. Here’s what I have found over the net the other day, what art looks like through the wire. See how a simple wire can be manipulated to become one great work of art. Amazing, isn’t it? [via fubiz.net]

 

Pictogram Sing-Along (19 Photos)

The other day I found these pictograms inspired by famous songs that we love. The person behind these music posters could be literal but I guess, they’re still funny, attention-grabbing, interesting and artistic. Would you agree with me on this one?  Enjoy! 🙂    Available in prints at redbubble.com. [via behance.net]

 

A piece of advice from a piece of paper (11 Photos)

What would you do if you only had one piece of paper to begin with? A great artist named Peter Callesen has the answer. Make the most of what you have. What you are seeing are actually his works of art made from one sheet of paper. Check these out and be amazed by his creativity.   [via petercallesen.com]

 

Treasured moments with the ones you truly love (15 Photos)

It’s really nice to know that there are still families who make great efforts to bond and grow together with much love in their hearts. I believe that one good way to bond is taking pictures, especially snapshots, where you could actually see and feel the real emotions of the people in front of the camera. Great laughs and smiles are best captured through snapshots, agree? Try to catch a […]

 

Seeing the world in a different perspective

This is one great artwork made with utmost passion and commitment. “UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire.” I’m so happy that I can see my country over there! Can you see yours too? Thanks Susan Stockwell! Bravo! 🙂   [via whudat.de]

 

Painting in Book Spines

Artists really have endless imaginations. Check these paintings of Mike Stilkey who thought of painting his works in a different way, through book spines. [via corcholat.com]