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Founder and creative director of STUDIOJQ, Jonathan Quintinâ€”whom we last featured hereâ€”wanted to document his â€œmoods, actions and experiencesâ€� in 2014, including what went on with clients, projects and family life.
Based in Oslo, Norway, freelance graphic designer Karoline Tynes recently completed a personal challenge where she created 60 logos in 60 days.
If you are a creative who is looking to impress potential employers and clients with a functional and chic one-page rÃ©sumÃ©, this template by Spanish art director and freelance designer Fernando BÃ¡ez may be just what you need.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Do you ever get the feeling that time seems to speed up the older you get?
Considering that he already spends a lot of time on scaffoldings when painting buildingsâ€™ walls, it is not all that surprising that graffiti artist Fra.Biancoshock has transformed a scaffolding into a â€œreal homeâ€� that he can live and work in.
Princeton, New Jersey resident Philip Wang and his daughter Alice recently found a delightful surprise in their backyardâ€”a litter of adorable baby foxes!
If you lived in the UK, instead of the U.S. â€˜My Life Elsewhereâ€™ is an interesting interactive website that lets you imagine how life would be like if you live in another country.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Last week, the Apple Watch was launched and although the new device did not create as much brouhaha as previous Apple products, that did not stop these amusing creations from popping up on the web.
For those out there who find the concept of â€œgoing greenâ€� somewhat abstract and difficult to execute, here are some ways to start with your habits at home.
[Click here to view the video in this article] In this video by Yes itâ€™s funny, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver demonstrates three ways to chop onions.
Following our recent feature on James Chapmanâ€™s hilarious illustrations on how to snore in seven different languages, here is another comic tutorial teaching you what to say when we see something adorable, in nine different languages.
Matt Chase, a designer based in Washington D.C, pays tribute to the genius of Wes Anderson through the skillful "lego-fication" of some of the most iconic characters from his films.
This beach towel will make other beachgoers hungry. â€˜The Pepperoni Pizza Towelâ€™ is an oversized round beach towel that looks realistically like a giant pizza pie.
Image via David Ayers In celebration of the 75th anniversary of The Joker, director David Ayers has released the first official photo for the upcoming film Suicide Squad.
BuzzFeed has come up with a collection of funny charts that accurately sum up how we use work email. From a tongue-in-cheek look at the contents of our inbox to an amusing breakdown of email sign-offs, they should be familiar to anyone who has ever had to deal with annoying reply-all emails and email anxiety on vacation.
Baker and DIY-er Luisa of Why Donâ€™t You Make Me? has created a cake shaped like a super-sized donut, inspired by Homer Simpsonâ€™s favorite snack.
Creative director of progressive brand marketing agency OKFocus, Ryder Ripps cheekily created the new font, â€˜Times New Ramenâ€™.
Cats sometimes seem to lead an entirely separate existence from us and while their behavior and antics continue to intrigue us, this guide based on the basic laws of physics can help to de-mystify them.
[Click here to view the video in this article] â€˜Drumiâ€™ is a portable pint-sized washing machine by household design company Yirego, which is perfect for small homes, and camping trips.
Illustrator and art teacher Kim Welling crafts encouraging words in small boxes that bring cheer to someone's day.