Glamping prefabricated bungalow

Following spectacular growth within the prefabricated space, many home manufacturers are focusing their time and effort on the creation of marketable products that help consumers create their off-the-grid dream home with minimal effort. Source: Lushna Glamping Prefabricated VillasRead More →

There are a few things that can improve the quality of your outdoor areas like a deck can. It is the most versatile addition that you can update your backyard, courtyard, porch or garden with. I mean, there are just so many things that you can do with a deck,Read More →

It’s a pattern that dates back to the Roman Empire and Ancient Egypt. Yet it never seems to go out of style. We’re talking about herringbone — a design aesthetic that the experts say is trending higher lately in home design and which can instantly add an upscale look andRead More →

two fridas

Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist that lived most of her life and physical pain, yet she continued to paint until her death, her artwork records her suffering and experiences as a woman. She was born to a Mexican mother and a German father.Read More →

The New Year is coming! Here is a set of stunning color photos that shows classic beauties celebrating the New Year from between the 1940s and 1960s. Ann Miller Ann Sheridan Cyd Charisse Debbie Reynolds Debra Paget See more » Source: 22 Stunning Color Photos of Classic Beauties Celebrating theRead More →

Screenshot via GT America An awe-inspiring microsite displaying how a hip, old school-like typeface can be applied and styled has been the talk of the design community in the past week. Created by Swiss type designer Noël Leu and London-based graphic designer Seb McLauchlan , the ‘ GT America ’Read More →

The innate wanderlust of humankind means that people have long dreamt about living on planets outside of Earth. This fantasy is now being revisited by many due to the fact that NASA successfully landed on Mars last month. Source: Mars Gets Its First Typeface, Equivalent To ‘Helvetica’ On EarthRead More →

Ask Jeeves website screenshot

The decade is almost over and the web design trends and standards are very change and enhanced now. The Use of CSS and the new HTML 5 is here now. At the end of this decade, the web designing… This is a content summary only. Click on Title for more!Read More →

As far as I know, there still are not many places to find barkcloth fabric to fashion into curtains (with a few matchy-matchy throw pillows, of course). Source: Eight barkcloth fabric designs by Eloise Renouf for Cloud9 FabricsRead More →

A set of fascinating photographs taken by Loran de Cevinne that shows street scenes of Paris from the 1970s. Source: 30 Fascinating Photos That Capture Street Scenes of Paris in the 1970sRead More →

The tight blue dress and the spiked-heeled shoes were not the regulation uniform. But Marilyn Monroe managed to make the first kick at this all-star soccer game between Israel Hapoel and the American Soccer League All-Stars at Ebbets Field on May 12, 1957. Source: 36 Candid Photographs Capture Marilyn MonroeRead More →

flying-in-the-past-vintage-photos

Travelling by aeroplane wasn’t always such a gruelling task as it is today – in fact, back in the middle of the past century, it was quite a luxurious experience. Sadly, those days have passed (and some airlines are even considering “standing” seats ) but at least we have someRead More →

Minimalist retro style illustrations by James Gilleard

James Gilleard has a style that is at once retro and futuristic, combining a definite sense of nostalgia with a clear, powerful message with a uniquely angular yet organic technique. James’ experience in both the games and production industries serves him well when he produces animation, editorial, advertising and publishing assets for his extensive list of clients.Read More →

1996 Polaroid camera retro cool

Chances are you’ve seen a few photos on Instagram that look like they belong in your parents’ old vacation albums. You can thank the Huji Cam in the app store for this. The newest “big thing” in photography apps promises your snaps will “look just like the year 1998,” byRead More →

Our friends at Gallery1988 have shown us, over the years, that there are all kinds of ways to show your love for pop culture. And just when we thought they’d run out of canvasses, along came Chet Phillips. His new exhibition “Got A Light?,” which runs through Saturday at theRead More →

“For this product series it was obvious to look back at the brand history, as well as packaging from the 30´s to the 50´s for inspiration. Based on our research we decided to re-introduce the old Hennig-Olsen script logo, combined with simple, bright graphics. Source: This Norwegian Ice Cream ComesRead More →

Do people still use Helvetica ? Today, we will see what designers say about the notorious font. Are you curious to find out how many hate it and how many love it? So am I. Let’s find out! Approximately 1000 years ago, the Chineseman Bi Sheng invented the mobile letter.Read More →

The stories of 1960s and 1970s America are retold in Matt Henry’s (b. 1978) striking photography, which is highlighted in a new show at Polka Galerie, Paris. The show examines Trump-era rhetoric through the lens of 1960s America, offering an unsettling yet strikingly revealing series of compositions. Source: A ContemporaryRead More →