Automobiles Design

Furious Aventador

The stunning Lamborghini “Aventador LP 700-4” was recently unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. The supercar will be available in various interior and exterior colors including Arancio Atlas (orange), Giallo Evros (yellow), Marrone Apus (grey) and more.

Design Illusion

Optical Illusion Bookshelf

“Bias of Thought” is an intriguing shelf design by John Leung of ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects.

Architecture Books Design

Gigantic Bookshelf in Kansas City

The Kansas City Public Library has an creative architecture design for its central branch parking garage, i.e. the facade is covered with book spines of classic novels such as “Lord of the Rings” by J.R.R. Tolkien, “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, and more.

Design Food & Drinks

Edible Nails

These are chocolate nails designed by Stephane Bureaux.

Design Inventions

Transparent Bubble Rooms

The “BubbleHut” and “BubbleLodge” are spaces that allow you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while being in a comfortable home environment. I.e. you can sit on a couch or lay in bed, but with the bonus that you can view the ocean up close or watch the stars at night. Notes about “The […]

Advertising Design Portraits Posters Recycled

Inspirational Smiles

An advertising campaign that uses Happydent chiclets to form portraits of Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Mandela.  The posters were designed by McCann Erickson (India).

Design Inventions Product Design Sports

It is like riding a Hang-Glider on the Ground

“StreetFlyer” is a sports vehicle that will give you the sensation of flying while still on the ground. Although the idea is promising, in my opinion, the vehicle doesn’t look that functional from an athlete’s standpoint. It obligates the user to bend his/her knees to a point that isn’t comfortable to run. However, based on […]


Gigantic Stationery Items divide Office Spaces

Design studio Radford Wallis recreated stationery objects in large proportions to display in Land Securities’ office space. The goal was to divide the floor sections  into four areas, so that various companies could select their section to rent.