Master Baker Creates Intricate Artistic Pies That Look Too Good To Eat

Everyone loves a good pie. But what if it LOOKED as good as it TASTED? Introducing master baker Karin Pfeiff Boschek who does exactly that, making pies that look almost too good to eat. Almost. Most of her creations are of the sweet variety and each pie crust designs is


Shocking heads made of dismembered doll parts

Transformer meets swamp monster in these creepy head sculptures by Freya Jobbins . From far away, these just look like hastily made assemblage sculptures, but up close it becomes clear that they are made up of dismembered dolls, Barbies, and toys. Source: Shocking heads made of dismembered doll parts

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I first tried to meditate not because of a genuine interest in Eastern spirituality or the free yoga class that left me feeling unmindful and non-flexible. No. My first attempt at meditation was out of utter desperation. I was quite sure that if I didn’t calm my mind, find some

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Everyone loves a good pie. But what if it LOOKED as good as it TASTED? Introducing master baker Karin Pfeiff Boschek who does exactly that, making pies that look almost too good to eat. Almost. Most of her creations are of the sweet variety and each pie crust designs isRead More →

Bankgkok Domestic Tastes / Antonio Bernacchi and Alicia Lazzaroni. Image © Antonio Bernacchi and Alicia Lazzaroni Architectural print studio Desplans in collaboration with Library Illustrazioni have published the results of their architectural drawing competition titled “The Island: Between Utopia and Metaphor for Reality.” The competition asked participants to submit drawingsRead More →

Maybe it’s the beautiful weather—or maybe it’s the surge of long weekends—but there’s something about summer that makes us want to pack our bags and go somewhere fabulous. To help get your summer off to an awesome, jetsetting start, we asked 15 designers about their favorite vacation spots. Source: 15Read More →

Only 22% of the design workforce in the UK is female, according to a report by the British Design Council from 2015 – a figure that is less than half the national statistic. In Women Design , a new book published by Frances Lincoln and written by Libby Sellers, theRead More →

We wanted to demonstrate the benefit of the product in a simple but intelligent way, using itself as the incarcerator of impostors. Counterfeit bill detector. Source: Pelikan: Bills detectorRead More →

  David Allen’s book Getting Things Done is one of the most successful productivity books in history. (If you’re not familiar, I’ve interviewed David a few times – on – the – podcast , and also did an interview with him for his own community about how I use theRead More →

Harry Potter unarmed is a great wizard. But armed with his phoenix feathered holly wood wand, he’s the G.O.A.T! You too may be a very talented graphic designer or digital artist, but by using the right tools the force of your talent can be multiplied exponentially. Source: The 20 bestRead More →

Design: Cristina Déniz Packaging Content: Gin Packaging Material: Glass, paper Location: Spain This gorgeous gin label has our eyes completely captivated. The illustration is what makes this Vodka packaging truly stunning. This bottle immediately grabs the attention of the recipient as a specially crafted work of art. Source: Numen DryRead More →

Design: the Labelmaker Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Oriachovitza Winery Location: Varna, Bulgaria Packaging Contents: wine Packaging Substrate / Materials: glass Printing Process: Flexography, Screen printing, Foil stamping Gaetan wines are something I have started from the scrap sometime in 2014. Source: Gaetan WinesRead More →

Design: Ostecx Créative Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Rockmill Location: Poznan / Poland Packaging Contents: Beer Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass bottle Printing Process: Flexography, hologram The Rockmill Brewery celebrated its first birthday with a unique beer – Double Barrel Aged Imperial Stout with coffee and vanilla. Source: BrowarRead More →

Designed by Garage Creative and printed by Multi Color in Daventry, the label was only possible with the skill and expertise of all involved, according to Red Genie . Avery Dennison’s Fasson Rustique Blanc Plus material was required to be able to achieve the strength for such a complex application.Read More →

I love wall hangings as an easy way to add color and texture to a room! Remember when we showed you how to make one with beaded rope , another with velvet ribbon , and one with painted plexiglass ?! They’re an inexpensive alternative to buying a large piece ofRead More →

Architecture AF were tasked with the office design for mobile gaming app company, Dots , located in New York City, New York. Originally built in the 19th century as the Collier’s Printing House, the historic building now known as the Greenway Mews has undergone many transformations in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.Read More →

[Click here to view the video in this article] Sorelle Amore has the life that most people would only dream about. The full time traveler and winner of ThirdHOME’s ‘Best Job On The Planet’ competition makes her living by getting paid to travel with help from social media platforms. Source:Read More →

Image via TIME Of all its Trump-themed cover art , TIME Magazine’s latest composite might be its most heart-wrenching yet. The publication’s minimal photo illustration for its 2 July 2018 issue spotlights just two figures—the US President and a crying immigrant child—against TIME magazine’s signature red hue, but its impactRead More →

5 Reasons Why Stock Photos Are Essential for Web Design June 21, 2018 by Spyrestudios Blogger Stock photos might not seem exciting at first glance but they’re actually valuable tools to impress and entertain website visitors. For example, posts with an image are more likely to be shared on FacebookRead More →

Summertime is here – at least in the northern hemisphere. And while our thoughts often turn to vacations and outdoor activities, this time of year is also a perfect opportunity to learn something new. Web design and development is ever-changing, with new techniques and technologies coming out all the time.Read More →

Courtesy of our friends Freepik , we have a wonderful free icon set for you today. The Tropical Icon Set includes individual icons of palm trees, beach balls, cocktails, surfboards, waves, ice creams, bikinis, suntan lotions… everything you would expect to see and use on a warm tropical vacation. Source:Read More →

Your team is all spread out— your designers are working from Lisbon, your content team is in New York, and your project manager is in Argentina. How do you create a system that makes it simple to organize and plan large web projects? Source: 6 Ways to Collaborate for BetterRead More →

I admire the colors and the simplicity of the shapes. via Timo Kuilder. Source: Kittel Coffee Check outRead More →