Composite image by DesignTAXI. Left and center images via Wikimedia Commons, right image via Max Pixel (CC0) Prince William and Prince Harry will be joining the dark side as ‘Stormtroopers’ in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Video screenshot via Tile Enlisting the talents of award-winning director Mark Molloy, wireless tracker brand Tile has unveiled an ad that reels in feelings of loss and helplessness.
Composite image by DesignTAXI. Left image via Pixabay (CC0), right image via Wikimedia Commons There’s a weird mini game on the internet that claims you can discover who you were in your previous life by typing “died on,” followed by your birthday in Google’s search bar, and then opening the first Wikipedia page that pops up.
Image by Anagrama for Armani Exchange Armani Exchange has officially debuted a new logo to mark Giorgio Armani’s full acquisition over the brand, which took place in 2014.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Video screenshot via Classic Specs It’s almost impossible to be in graphic design and not hear of Milton Glaser.
Image via Premium Tours Are you based in London or heading to the city soon? Lucky you—the capital is famed for its plethora of international fares, and it’s likely you’ll come across a cuisine you haven’t tried yet.
Image provided by Simply Self-Storage What if your favorite cartoon characters left their homebases and moved to other universes in search of a better life?
[Click here to view the video in this article] Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background images provided by Spire Now, your favorite clothes can be both fashionable and functional.
Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background images by Peen Cuisine / Lauren Hom and featured with permission Ever felt stumped because someone told you to “go eat a d***”?
Beauty blogger @golgiknowsbest has created very eye-catching looks on his Instagram account, but his latest tutorial has landed him in serious hot water.
Image via KFC Ltd. Wish you had the portable version of a man cave? Don’t worry, Colonel Sanders has you covered—literally.
Christmas puddings and mince pies are getting a run for their money this year from Krispy Kreme with its limited edition range of festive donut designs.
Nicki Minaj’s racy Paper Mag cover has set social media on fire. The bombshell graced the cover with three different versions of herself—the cover is aptly titled Minaj á Trois—with two Nickis interacting with the topless one in the center in suggestive ways.
After dropping a capsule collection with Japanese cashmere sweater label beachme, Anti Social Social Club is back in the collaboration game, this time with none other than Jansport for a pink hued bag collection.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Video screenshot via Apple Apple’s new iPad Pro ad imagines a world where PCs are defunct and possibly exiled to the same place as floppy disks—the “3D-printed” version of the ‘save’ icon.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Gal Gadot is here to teach you how to pronounce her name, once and for all.
If you have not had your daily cup of coffee, you should do so now, because there is a coffee riddle sweeping the internet that is going to need you to be at your sharpest.
When it comes to literary characters, few are as beloved as The Little Prince, who reflects all of our wise inner children.
Urban Outfitters teamed up with Roc-A-Fella co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke on a limited edition collection honoring JAY-Z’s debut album, ‘Reasonable Doubt.’ The eight-piece ‘Reasonable Doubt’ collection includes a hoodie (US$64) and T-shirt (US$29) with the album’s artwork plastered on the front, as well as a short-sleeved T-shirt (US$29) with the lyrics “Let’s get together and make this whole world believe us” from Hov’s 1996 hit Can’t Knock the Hustle inscribed on the chest.
[Click here to view the video in this article] Many people were skeptical about the Apple AirPods when they were first released, stating that they can get easily misplaced and would constantly fall out of their users ears—however, some owners of these wireless earbuds are delighted by how lightweight and unobtrusive they are.