Not sure if this is jewelry or wearable art, but they look stunning. UK-based Nora Fok uses modern materials like nylon, combined with knitting and weaving to create very delicate and fragile-looking pieces.
Vienna-based designer Klemens Schillinger has created a set of “substitute phones” for smartphone-addicts. Instead of a touchscreen, there is only a series of stone beads to use for swiping and scrolling.
The School of Life created Phone Detox, a palm-sized book filled with insights, ideas and meditations about the complex relationship we have with our phones.
This is a photograph by Lisa Congdon. Lisa is basically a great illustrator, but she also likes to collect things, so here she has captured items from her own eraser collection, beautifully arranged by color.
The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani. When you observe them, they look funny at first, but after a while they seem so frustrating!
Tayfun Tinmaz is an artist from Istanbul, who creates these amazing birds and fruit paper artworks. Just beautiful!
In the small fishing town of Ísafjörður in Iceland, a new 3-D pedestrian crossing has been painted with the intention of slowing down speeding cars.
IKEA has launched LURVIG, a pet focused collection! They look so much like miniature IKEA furniture! Hopefully they will soon be available in Greece too.