Dubbed Sleeping Around, this pop-up shipping-cart-turned-hotel does not have an address – guests have to use a GPS to track down their room. This portable hotel includes all the amenities of a modern hotel room, and can easily set up camp anywhere from a bustling riverfront to the corner of a city street. Make sure you’re up for some spontaneity and traveling, ‘cause this hotel is constantly on the go.
Thanks to illustrator Katie Shelley’s cookbook Picture Cook: See. Make. Eat., cooking is easy and fun again! Filled with sketches of 50 recipes, the book teaches people how to cook by “seeing” rather than “reading”. Making rice pudding or preparing lasagna no longer has to be an intimidating task – a delicious meal is just one drawing away.
Sony Xperia ZR is the newest Android smartphone that can be immersed under 5-feet-deep fresh water. Complete with a waterproof 13-megapixel camera, this smartphone lets you venture off dry land and take HD pictures and videos of your underwater adventures.
Made from shipping containers, Aether Apparel is the latest brand to embrace sustainable architecture. This 3-story clothing store temporarily lives in San Francisco, as part of Proxy – a two-block hub of retail stores, art galleries, and restaurants. From the metal exterior shell to the cozy interior, these pop-up shops speak to the ever-changing nature of urban landscapes.
As we walk along hectic city streets, rarely do we ever look up at the skyscrapers around us. French artist Thomas Lamadieu, however, has a keen eye for strange and interesting shapes formed by buildings in the sky. He sees these pockets of sky as opportunities for art and lets his imagination roam free. See more “sky art” here!
Baristas and cashiers, rejoice! DipJar has figured out a way to get your tip jar looking robust and overflowing with tips again. Pleased customers can now dip their credit or debit card into a DipJar, an electronic tip jar that collects card payments. Get ready to flash your customers a brighter smile, because “no cash” is no longer an excuse.
Taken from the ceiling, these shocking photos capture 40-square-feet, confined living spaces that some people in Hong Kong call home. With seven million people crammed within 423 square miles, it’s no wonder that Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world.
For the next two days, you can explore a life-sized dollhouse decked out with furnishings from Target’s new home décor line – Threshold. The dollhouse will set up camp in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, and will be open to the public between 7am - 6:30pm. As an added bonus, visitors can snag a free makeover from beauty experts on-site.
How many times would you re-wear a shirt before an unforgivable stench or debilitating itch forces you to wash it? Wool&Prince dares you to try out their new wool button-down shirt, which claims to stay wrinkle-free, dirt-free, and smell-free even after 100 days of wearing it. For $98, this somewhat unhygienic, yet “fresh” new shirt can be yours.
Strictly blocked off from the public, the Notting Hill Gate “tube” station features a charming display of movie posters, car ads, and toothpaste ads from 1956 – 1959. Train workers rediscovered this historic relic in 2010, giving the public a glimpse into a long-forgotten gem buried deep within London Underground’s maze of passageways and railway tracks.
At first glance, 1111 Lincoln Road looks like it’s only a large multi-story parking garage, but it’s actually a diverse space for restaurants, concerts, fashion shows, and bars. In addition to high ceilings and scenic city views, 1111 also hosts plenty of events to keep you entertained, including weddings, wine tastings, and yoga classes. Designed and conceived by Swiss architect firm Herzog & de Meuron, 1111 has become a local favorite and certainly a hotspot for tourists visiting Miami Beach.
Fab.com just announced its new, streamlined website design today – complete with “improved search, amazing discovery, and better browsing”. The online shopping website launched in 2011, but has since become the go-to website for everything design, from home décor, fashion, and food to vintage items. Whether you’re looking for something quirky or sleek, Fab is dedicated to connecting you with products that will keep you coming back for more. Now with the new website design, you can shop with even more ease and delight.
Check out the new site here!
In celebration of Pantone’s 50 years of color history, the world’s color wheel has shown us exactly how color trends have emerged over the last few decades. Pantone recently released a visually stimulating infographic, “Celebrate Color,” highlighting time periods like “The Vibrant ’80s” and “The Expressive ’00s.” The infographic shows the cultural happenings during those times and how they were expressed through color.
If you have trouble committing to one iPhone case color, here’s a case with chameleon-like tendencies. By simply tilting your phone at a different angle, Aurora Skins will change colors. If you’re looking for style, versatility, and a lifetime guarantee against scratches and dents, Aurora may be your best bet.
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