Blue Q has a line of spunky socks that lets you speak your mind quite matter-of-frankly with just the right amount of crass coupled with some charming vintage designs.
What started out with a simple message of ‘Hi’ created out of Post-it notes on windows has become an all-out unspoken jabber between two buildings on Canal Street with one company taking the bragging-rights crown in what is being dubbed as the ‘Post-it War.’
Misawa Design Institute’s sculptural aquarium series ‘Waterscape’ brings the concept of minimalist design into the littlest of artificial habitats with a streamlined design filled with nooks and crannies for our little fish friends to explore.
This might come off as an insult to die-hard sneakerheads but two unlikely brands have come together for a mashup that we’re not quite sure how to feel about. The Starbucks-themed SB Dunk Low Premium ($100) contains the coffee giant’s trademark colors for the leather trim and sole and a swirl design reminiscent of our favorite frothy beverage.
What we can only equate to America’s Rose Parade held in California every New Year is Italy’s spectacular Infiorata, or flower art festival; a tradition believed to have started back in the 1600s in Rome.
As much as we love working at Lii headquarters, this panda-hugging business might be our ultimate dream job. The Giant Panda Protection Research Center in Chengdu, China, hire people to cuddle with pandas full-time for a salary of $32k yearly.
Touted as the tallest, fastest, longest dive coaster in the world, Valravn is opening this summer at the Cedar Point theme park in Ohio and smashing a ground-breaking 10 world records in the amusement park industry.
We know we’re a little obsessed with dessert but who can blame us when confectionery artists like Olga Noskova create these dreamy and absolutely stunning mirror cakes.
Potterheads will ooh and ahh over Cassie and Lewis’ grand Harry Potter-themed wedding held at The Midland Hotel in Manchester, England. No details were spared in creating the magical reception where details of the epic fantasy can be spotted in every corner from the 130 hand-made wand favors to the Azkaban-style “Wanted” posters of the couple and bridal party.
Before Primitive Technology built and moved into his luxurious wood and clay hut complete with a fireplace, he slummed it in a thatched dome hut. In case you’re interested, the dome hut is available and may still be on the market. It’s completely built by hand, 8 feet wide in diameter, 6-1/4 feet tall, and designed to shed rain and funnel smoke well while retaining heat. Serious inquiries only please.