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Why did no one think of these absolutely genius products before? A list of the most amazing products and ideas. Just brilliant.
Jamie Zawinski was one of the founders of Netscape and Mozilla.org, was the primary developer of Lucid Emacs, and wrote most of your screen savers. Today he is the proprietor of DNA Lounge, an all ages dance cl...
Discover all the coolest stuff you never knew existed on the web. With thousands of reasons to spend every penny you've got, This Is Why I'm Broke features amazing products from the web.
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Ever wondered about how famous brands got their names from? Here are a couple of explanations.
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For this project, we had a few pieces of jewelry past their prime, without mates, and just too chunky to actually wear. We were also looking for a way to take an inexpensive piece found at TJ Maxx and turn it into a jewelry box, desk caddy, or catch-...
L'artista spagnolo Lorenzo Duran si avvale delle foglie come tela per le sue incisioni. Dopo il lavaggio e l'essiccazione, rimuove con precisione chirurgica ed
Mr.Wong's Soup'Partments offering virtual Apartments to Pixel-Artists! Mister Wong welcomes you!
Design Kindle offers free design resouces, including graphics, vectors, icons, patterns, textures and fully coded website templates. All downloads are free to use in both commercial and personal projects.
Tang Yau Hoong is a one genius designer from Malaysia who performs negative space technique in his artworks. Here are 22 of his artworks revealing visual messages through negative space.
Logo Design Inspiration. I recently came across the Dribbble portfolio of Hossein Yektapour, an Iran based graphic design. His graphics and logo designs a
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Fredo‘s artwork looks like it comes to life from a piece of paper. It is outstanding! Photos © Fredo Link via Bored Panda
Rethink Canada designed this Mr. Lube gift and business card that demonstrates what the service is all about. Getting rid of that annoying "change oil" sign.