Want to utilize every inch of a very limited living or work space? Introducing Bookniture, a portable and lightweight book that transforms into a piece of furniture. You can use it as a stool, a foot rest, a nightstand, or a standing work desk. Even better, you can easily fold it back into a book and stash it on a bookshelf when not in use.
Ah, the tape measure, a tool that could come in handy in a lot of situations. Its usage is pretty straightforward, and it’s nothing complicated at all. However, as this video points out, there are ways for us to be able to really maximize the tape measure and make its utilization a whole lot easier. Go watch it for nifty tips and tricks.
Creative Market blogger Laura Busche took a poll of designers’ worst fears and present them in these cute Halloween-themed posters called ‘Designer Fears: the odd things we panic about’ that will send shivers up any graphic designer’s back.
The 70s was an eclectic period in history–a fact that was made apparent by the decade’s fashion. Lurid patterns, crochet vests, shirt-skirts that are seemingly awful sleeping attires, and skimpy-beyond-comfort briefs are some of the garments that lorded over clothing stores back then.
Motorcycle riders have an air of independence and individuality. These helmets by Igor Mitin, creative director of the brand agency GOOD!, display that spirit in eye-catching ways. The custom print helmets are part of an “experimental” collection that won the 2011 Red Dot Design Award.
Cinematic and pop culture references abound in the new and entertaining inflight safety movie for Virgin Atlantic by Art&Graft.