In Tatsuya Tanaka’s ongoing Miniature Calendar, objects take a new meaning. Since I discovered him in 2015, he continues to create his amazing miniature scenes of everyday life combining his collection of diorama items with familiar objects. His consistency is impressive: he creates a new scene every day.
I love both the product and the packaging for these fun puzzles.
“Created and designed by Brooklyn design duo Charles&Thorn, each Four-Letter Puzzle features one word, broken into four individual gold-foiled stamped letter puzzles. Once complete, you’ll spell out a favorite four-letter word — YEAH, CRAP, LOVE, and FUCK are all up for grabs.”
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 genius ad for Dissolve – a stock footage and photography agency, created by And/Or. It is called “This is a Generic Millennial Ad” and it basically consists of a series of classic cliches about the Millennial generation. Hilarious!
Joseph Ford is a Brighton-based photographer. He created these hilarious camouflage portraits of people wearing knitwear that blend in with their background. The amazing matching knitwear are actually hand-knitted by Nina Dodd.