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Flavor Paper uses a traditional process for eclectic wall coverings

How an off-the-wall studio makes its prints Sure, you’ve seen floral-printed wallpaper, or otherwise other classic patterns on the walls of older homes, but what about scratch-and-sniff wallpaper, or wallpaper that is conductive?

This Cute Cat Calendar For 2018 Is Purrfect For Anyone Who Loves Felines

Composite image by DesignTAXI. Images by Landysh via Lingvistov Artist Landysh of Lingvistov is known for her adorable illustrations involving hilarious cat puns, rib-tickling quotes about coffee that caffeine addicts can easily relate to, and more.

McDonald’s Debuts Smartphone Lockers So People Will Actually Talk To One Another

McDonald’s Singapore has introduced smartphone lockers at one of its outlets, in a bid to get people to put away their gadgets and socialize in real life.

Twitter Can’t Figure Out How Ariana Grande Did This ‘Stool Pose’ Sans Photoshop

Image by Emma via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 2.0) Fans of singer Ariana Grande will be familiar with her 2014 album My Everything.

Sidewalk Labs chooses Toronto for its high-tech urban district

Announcement burnishes Canadian city’s reputation as growing tech hub Sidewalk Labs, the urban innovation unit of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, announced during a press conference this afternoon that it will be working to develop a new high-tech urban district on Toronto’s waterfront, planting a flag in Canada’s largest city, a move that’s been expected for weeks.

McDonald’s Debuts Smartphone Lockers So People Will Actually Talk To Each Other

McDonald’s Singapore has introduced smartphone lockers at one of its outlets, in a bid to get people to put away their gadgets and socialize in real life.

For Durimel, Black Humanity is Not a Fashion Trend

The young photography duo Jalan and Jibril Durimel are transforming the fashion world’s visions of beauty.

Inside Copro Gallery’s New Guillermo del Toro Tribute Show

This month, Copro Gallery in Santa Monica once again pays homage to Mexican director Guillermo del Toro, helmer of horror-tinged films like Hellboy, Pacific Rim, Pan's Labyrinth, and others.

Puerto Rico’s power grid: Can tech turn tattered system into sustainable model?

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria’s incredible damage, many are looking at the advantages of a 21st century power system The widespread devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Maria has upended the island of Puerto Rico.

A Minimal Graphic Design Portfolio Titled ‘I’m Not A Graphic Designer’

Sometimes, the best way to stand out is to keep things simple—and unexpected. While many graphic designers try to grab the attention of potential clients and employers with flashy portfolios that have the wow factor, media design student Robert Gray has gone the other way.

New Ostrich Pillow To Reach Early Backers Just 7 Days After Kickstarter Launch

If you are familiar with how things work on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, you would know that it can take months for the product you have pledged for to arrive.

Listen to Episode 41 of Clever: Ini Archibong

Product designer Ini Archibong grew up taking things apart with little success putting them back together, and cutting class to throw pottery.

10 high-design boathouses around the world

From Oklahoma City to Oxford, England, a look at stunning rowing facilities on three continents When it comes to eye-popping design, museums and concert halls tend to get all the shine.

Nigel Langley Jr Lands Design Job at adidas' Brooklyn Creator Farm Through Instagram—At 17 Years Old

In many cases, the millennial generation has been forced to grow up way too fast, thanks to the ever-evolving social media phenomenon. What used to be back and forth AIM messages at 2AM while your parents sleeping has quickly morphed into full-fledged profiles aiming to show the world detailed versions of exactly who you are—or in many cases, who you aspire to be.  As a whole, millennials are characterized as self-absorbent, especially when it comes to online presence.

Buy: Matcha Starter Kit

With everything needed to start a matcha obsession, Ippodo's five-matcha tea kit includes all items required for regular and consistent matcha-making.

Review: Beazley Designs of the Year 2017 at the Design Museum

More and more, design is becoming an all-encompassing term spanning everything from new products, TV animations, graphics and clothing to the way our buildings are put together and our streets are laid out.

Giants: Humpback whales pose for photos during annual migration

Photographing humpback whales is Jem Cresswell‘s speciality given how marvellous his pieces look. Cresswell has been at it for the last three years, capturing stunning photos of humpback whales during their annual migration to Vava’u, Tonga.

Stunning Architecture A’ Design Award Winners 2017

The following post is brought to you by A’ Design Award and Competition. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design.

LURVIG for Pets: IKEA Debuts its First Line of Animal Furniture & Accessories

[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Furniture & Decor. ] Made to be compatible with other IKEA furnishings and fixtures, this new first-of-its kind pet collection has something for all your favorite furry friends.

What cities fighting for an Amazon headquarters can learn from Seattle

Now the nation’s biggest company town, Seattle has been changed by the retail and tech giant For Seattleites sick of seeing their livable, laid-back city transformed by the tech industry, the chorus of complaints is growing.