Getting rid of clutter just feels good. And while there’s absolutely nothing wrong with doing something for our own well-being or for the benefit of our homes, Earth Day has us feeling a little green at the moment. So here is a list of things we can get ridRead More →

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Titian on shrooms? Francis Bacon turned up to 11? Picasso++? Dali, um, well, Dali would probably come up with something like this tbh. Robbie Barrat is a machine learning researcher at Stanford who’s using an AI program to generate nude portraits ( more , more , and more ). UsuallyRead More →

I am feeling a lot of love for photography prints lately. Anything to do with the beach, the desert, a forest, a cactus… they are filling my walls here at home. If you want a cheap way to add real life artwork to your home, then a digital download isRead More →

Much like a chainsaw, a microsite can be a useful tool in the right hands or disastrous in the wrong ones. That is why I have written this definitive guide to their use. In this post we cover:

But let’s start with the fundamental question of what exactly makes a microsite.Read More →

Landscape photography is about the beauty and the sheer unpredictability of nature…qualities that are difficult to capture for all time in a photograph. Are you looking for some guidance as to how to get your landscape photography to stand out from the crowd? Source: 10 Unique Landscape Photography Tips ToRead More →

The multi-sensory installation Escales découvertes in Mount Royal Heritage Site, Montreal is using 3D bronze orientation maps; conical stone place-markers; and belvedere-like halts, each showcasing a specific landscape view, contextualising adjacent landscape features. The Jigsaw font family is used throughout the project through engraved, laser-cut or polished stone applications. Immersive and engaging, the project invitesRead More →

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. An oversized closet is a very rare luxury. So what do you do if yours is less than generous? You get creative with whereRead More →

The CORE home aims to change the way we think about affordable sustainable housing. Specifically designed for the Australian climate, the stylish, low maintenance and compact three-bedroom design can be adapted for energy ratings from 6 to 10-star to suit a range of budgets. Source: CORE 9 / Beaumont ConceptsRead More →

Here is a set of 10 social media pack named Pride. These social banners can be used for your Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest account or blog to promote your offers, products, services, events, etc. These graphics are fully customizable and editable in Adobe Photoshop. Source: Pride Social Media Pack – Vol.1Read More →

Québec seems to be on a mission to brand itself as the most anti-marijuana province in Canada, which legalized recreational consumption last fall. Since then, Québec’s anti-cannabis agenda has included a plan to push the legal age of consumption up from 18 to 21, introducing a specialized police force to enforceRead More →

American firms Keystone Architecture and Casework have created a tall, thin cabin in northern Oregon that features whimsical accents and a cosy atmosphere. The Alpine Noir Chalet is located in Government Camp, a village at the base of Mount Hood. Source: Dutch culture influences design of Alpine Noir Chalet inRead More →

Brands today face herculean challenges. They have to deliver experiences on a laundry list of social media platforms, as well as through traditional media and sales channels. And being everywhere at every moment is not enough. They also have to engage with consumers across a broad cultural, social, and political spectrum.Read More →

Web-quality imagery is always a balancing act between using the smallest possible file size while providing good image quality. Embedding a photo straight off your DSLR may look nice, but it will slow your website’s load to a crawl, while an over-compressed image may improve the speed of your siteRead More →

  The Barrel Opens in Louisville’s Bourbon District Solid Light has designed and built ‘The Barrel,’ a new art piece at the centre of Louisville’s Bourbon District that serves as a gathering space and celebration of the city’s bourbon renaissance and roots in the Commonwealth’s storied bourbon history. Source: TheRead More →

Wes Anderson’s movies have become immediately recognisable for their unique style and aesthetic, which, alongside the talent of their director, have made them huge hits everywhere around the globe. The “Wes Anderson aesthetic” has spread to real life as well, and one photographer has recently brought it to the streetsRead More →

Do you ever think about just how far into the Earth the ocean actually reaches its greatest depths? Truly the last frontier aside from outer space and the core of the Earth itself, much of the area below the ocean’s surface remains unexplored despite the fact that it represents 95%Read More →

  Dutch interior architecture firm i29 has completed a contemporary renovation of the 18th-century buildings of the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics in the Dutch city of Leeuwarden. Unveiled to coincide with the Princesshof museum ‘s 100th birthday, and the city of Leeuwarden being named as the European Capital ofRead More →

If you’re not familiar with Masquespacio, make sure you visit the studio’s website pronto. The Valencia-based multi-disciplinary design studio is creating quite the buzz with a portfolio full of explosively colourful interiors, art direction, furniture and lighting designs. Source: Distinctly retro furniture by MasquespacioRead More →