Want to know what happens when you ask architecture students to make a jacket using only two materials? University of Southern California challenged their fifth year Architecture students to do just that, resulting in some interesting looks.
This eco-friendly flower shaped confetti, by Niko Niko contains flower seeds that grow into wildflowers. They also make plantable cards!
French photographer, Thierry Cohen, seeks to show us what the world’s major cities would look like without any light pollution. He’s done so by blending city scenes — shot and altered to eliminate lights and other distractions — and the night skies from less populated locations that fall on the same latitudes.
Visible Light series by Fawn Rogers is photographs created as natural light projects through purified water. Each image represents just a few millimeters of light, substantially enlarged. The works are not color edited.
In 2012, the company TransitScreen launched a new service that makes choosing a method of public transportation much easier. SmartWalk brings real-time transit information into the physical world by projecting arrival times and way-finding for subways, buses, bike share and more onto public spaces. So cool!