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18 Enchanting DIY Gardens Made From Broken Pots

Fairy gardens have been gaining new ground in popularity among gardeners. You may be wondering, what are fairy garden? They are tiny gardens, filled with amazing small plants, succulents, and decorative arrangements. More gardeners are getting into arranging their own enchanting diy gardens using broken posts making for some delightful DIY gardens.

To make your own fairy garden you can grab a broken recycled terracotta pot, hammer, soil, rocks and some cute small plants and succulents. Put your soil into the pot positioning the broken pot bits and then arrange your rocks, plants and other miniature items like a door or even stairs!

Checkout these 18 Enchanting DIY Gardens Made From Broken Pots!

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28 Creative Ways to Reinvent Your Stairs

We’ve looked at weird and creative stair designs in the past that have proved how can turn something simple like stairs into something unusual and special. Today we’ll be looking at 28 Creative Ways to Reinvent Your Stairs.You’ll find some of the coolest stairs from around the world!

Stairs may be in a straight run, leading from one floor to another without a turn or change in direction. Stairs may change direction, commonly by two straight flights connected at a 90 degree angle landing. Stairs may also return onto themselves with 180 degree angle landings at each end of straight flights forming a vertical stairway commonly used in multistory and highrise buildings. Many variations of geometrical stairs may be formed of circular, elliptical and irregular constructions.

Many creative interior designers and architects would love to reinvent stairs, these 28 Creative Ways to Reinvent Your Stairs showcase the endless possibilities you can create when you reinvent your stairs.

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Hanging Stairs

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Tree Stairs

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Understairs Space

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Designed by: Deriba Furniture

Timber Stripe Staircase

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Designed by: Tetrarc

Tree Banister

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Designed by: Architetture del Ferro

Vivid Staircase

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Designed by: Hanne Fuglbjerg

Staircase In Northampton

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Designed by: Philip Watts

Bookcase Staircase

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Flower Petal Staircase

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Designed by: Patrick Jouin

Otherworldly Stairs

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Designed by: Vincent Dubourg

Spiral Slide Staircase

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Lace Staircase

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Sloping Stairs

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Flat F.M. Stairs

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La Maison Unique Stairs

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Steep Stairs

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Space-Saving Stairs

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Workplace Stair Unit

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Metal Staircase

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36 Beautiful Coffee Shops And Cafés Interior Designs

Interior design plays an essential element when it comes to a cafe or coffee shop. Coffee Shops and Cafes are trendy and popular places that serve food and drinks, the look and feel of the coffee shop or cafe is important when attracting customers. We’ll be taking a look at some beautiful Coffee Shops And Cafés Interior Designs.

Creating fun and stylish coffee shops and cafes interior design, the design must be decorative while still maintaining a professional workflow for the bartenders and waiters. There are some simple ways you can turn a coffee shop or cafe trendy and stylish, why not try some vintage textured wood shelves, industrial style lighting, wall art or recycled tin can vase with nice flowers.






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25 Most Beautiful Painted Stairs From Around the World

Stairs don’t have to be one single color, they can be made beautiful with paint and imagination. In today’s collection we’ll be showcasing 25 Most Beautiful Painted Stairs From Around the World and Homes. From locations like Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to  Seoul, South Korea, there’s some Beautifully Painted Stairs featuring elegant fish swimming, Cubist to autumn leaves.

Most of these painted stairs are for pedestrian use, while others were found in modern homes. Painted Stairs, if done correctly, add lots of character and color to their surroundings, they really do make the location look more alive! Personally I love the painted stairs from Beirut, Lebanon, the colors and shapes really are a sight to see!

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50 Most Powerful Social Issue Ads That’ll Make You Think

Let’s face it, most advertisements today are all about selling a product or service, they hold little thought to people who are offended by them and want them gone. But it this collection we’ll be sharing advertisements which are of high standard and are an excellent example of how good effective adverts can be when social issues are brought in to be a voice for the voiceless.

This collection features 50 Most Powerful Social Issue Ads That’ll Make You Think, a well designed advertisement should grab your attention and remain in your memory for a long time – especially if it’s for important social issues. The tricky part is getting people to stop and think about these problems while making them aware and want to help and support a social change. Some of the ads you’ll see today are commercial ads, while others are for socially or environmentally causes or products.

Like most ads the facts are enough, the ad should appeal to the viewers emotions which have a powerful effect on memory and ensuring the emotion will last longer.

Howard Gossage, who works in the advertising industry stated:

 “advertising justifies its existence when used in the public interest—it is much too powerful a tool to use solely for commercial purposes.”

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1. Save Paper – Save The Planet

Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Copenhagen, Denmark

2. Your Skin Color Shouldn’t Dictate Your Future

Advertising Agency: Publicis Conseil, Paris, France

3. Liking Isn’t Helping. Be A Volunteer. Change A Life

Advertising Agency: Publicis, Singapore

4. Torture Victims Are People Just Like You And Me

Advertising Agency: Advico Y&R, Zurich, Switzerland

5. Stop The Violence: Don’t Drink And Drive

Advertising Agency: Terremoto Propaganda, Curitiba, Brazil

6. The Right to Childhood Should Be Protected

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7. Premature Ending: “If you smoke, statistically your story will end 15% before it should.”

“THE END. If you smoke, statistically your story will end 15% before it should. For help with quiting call QUITTLINE on 0200 00 22 00″ (Advertising Agency: Iris, London, UK)

8. World Wide Fund For Nature: Frightening vs. More Frightening

Advertising Agency: DDB&CO., Istanbul, Turkey

9. Deforestation Continues With The Turn Of A Page

Advertising Agency: LINKSUS, Beijing, China

10. Unhate

Advertising Agency: Fabrica, Italy

11. Elm Grove Police Department: Slower Is Better

Advertising Agency: Cramer-Krasselt, Milwaukee, USA

12. Air Pollution Kills 60.000 People A Year

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13. Bird Conservation: If You Don’t Pick It Up They Will

Advertising Agency: TBWAHuntLascaris, Johannesburg, South Africa

14. What We See When You Smoke

Advertising Agency: JWT, Atlanta, USA

15. Animal Anti-Cruelty League: That’s Not A Football

Advertising Agency: Lowe Bull, Cape Town, South Africa

16. Bangalore Traffic Police: Don’t Talk While Driving

Advertising Agency: Mudra Group, India

17. Child Soldiers: It’s Not Happening Here, But It’s Happening Now

Creative/Art director Pius Walker, Amnesty International, Switzerland.

18. Censorship Tells The Wrong Story

Advertising Agency: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai, UAE

19. Distracted Driving: Think Of Both Sides

Advertising Agency: Red Pepper, Ekaterinburg, Russia

20. Every 60 Seconds a Species Dies Out. Each Minute Counts

Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends, Berlin, Germany

21. Innocence In Danger: Where’s The Pedophile?

Art Director: Michael Arguello, Copywriter: Bassam Tariq, Additional credits: Jason Musante

22. Sexual Predators Can Hide In Your Child’s Smartphone

Advertising Agency: Herezie, Paris, France

23. Smoking Causes Premature Aging

Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG Australia

24. You’re Not A Sketch. Say No To Anorexia

Advertising Agency: Revolution Brasil

25. Neglected Children Are Made To Feel Invisible. Stop Child Abuse Now

“To dramatize the issue of neglect, we placed mannequins dressed as children behind billposters. When the inevitable happened, we revealed a second message.” (Australian Childhood Foundation, JWT Melbourne)

26. Global Action In The Interest of Animals: Plastic Bags Kill

Advertising Agency: BBDO Malaysia, MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur / Advertising Agency: Duval Guillaume, Belgium

27. What Goes Around Comes Around. Keep The Sea Clean

Advertising Agency: JWT, Dubai, UAE

28. Tailgating Isn’t Worth It. Give Trucks Room

Advertising Agency: Amélie Company, Denver, Colorado, USA

29. Sea Shepherd Conservation Society: When You See A Tuna, Think Panda

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore

30. Sleepiness Is Stronger Than You. Don’t Drive Sleepy

Advertising Agency: BBDO Bangkok, Thailand

31. See how easy feeding the hungry can be?

Advertising Agency: TBWAHuntLascaris, Johannesburg, South Africa

32. Causing Cancer By Yourself

Advertising Agency: Dentsu, Beijing, China

33. Deforestation And The Air We Breathe: Before It’s Too Late

Advertising Agency: TBWAPARIS, France

34. For The Homeless, Every Day Is A Struggle

Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne, Australia

35. The Prevention Beer Mug: Please Don’t Lose Control Over Your Drinking

Advertising Agency: EURORSCG Prague, Czech Republic

36. One Child Is Holding Something That’s Been Banned In America To Protect Them. Guess Which One?

Advertising Agency: Grey, Toronto, Canada

37. Breast Cancer Awareness Bra

Advertising Agency: Bolero, Fortaleza, Brazil

38. What Goes Around Comes Around: Stop The Iraq War

Advertising Agency: Big Ant International, New York, USA

39. UN Women: Auto-Complete Shows Perceptions Of Women

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai, UAE

40. Don’t Buy Exotic Animal Souvenirs

Advertising Agency: LOWE GGK, Warsaw, Poland

41. Animal Abuse And Shelters: Same Pet, Different Owner

Advertising Agency: TBWA-Santiago Mangada Puno, Philippines

42. Buckle up. Stay alive

Advertising Agency: Lg2, Quebec, Canada

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33 DIY Lighting Ideas: Lamps & Chandeliers Made From Everyday Objects

Creating household objects from everyday things can be very rewarding. By using recycled material to create things like DIY Lamps and Chandeliers, you’ll surprise yourself with how good it can look. In this article we’ll be looking at DIY Lighting Ideas you can do at home to make your own impressive Lamps and Chandeliers made from everyday objects like paper, recycled bottles, wood and plastic materials.

Do it yourself (DIY) is the method of building, modifying, or repairing something without the aid of experts or professionals. Academic research describes DIY as behaviors where “individuals engage raw and semi-raw materials and component parts to produce, transform, or reconstruct material possessions, including those drawn from the natural environment (e.g. landscaping)”. DIY behavior can be triggered by various motivations previously categorized as marketplace motivations (economic benefits, lack of product availability, lack of product quality, need for customization), and identity enhancement (craftsmanship, empowerment, community seeking, uniqueness).

There are so many DIY Lighting Ideas you can choose from, we’ve found 33 DIY Lighting Ideas: Lamps & Chandeliers Made From Everyday Objects which create rather professional looking lighting ideas.DIY Lighting ideas are a great way to get started if you’re new to the Do it Yourself scene, they bring beautiful recycled home decor which is used on a daily basis. Which DIY Lighting idea attracts your attention?

33 DIY Lighting Ideas: Lamps & Chandeliers Made From Everyday Objects

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Plastic Spoon Lamp

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Hanger Lights

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Gummy Bear Chandelier

Designed by Kevin Champeny (NOTE: These are acrylic gummy bears. Don’t use real ones or they might melt!)

Chandeliers That Turn A Room Into A Forest

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Drum Chandelier

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Old Bike Parts Turned Into A Chandelier

Designed by Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock

Carved African Gourd (Calabash) Lamps

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Hat Lamps

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Silverware Lights

Designed by Francois Legault

Cloud Night Lights

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Globe Lights

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Cup Lights

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Wine Bottle Lights

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37 Awesome Tattoos That Make Clever Use Of The Body

There’s no doubt that Tattoos are a inspirational art form which is growing in popularity. It’s now becoming more and more common for people to get tattoos. Deciding on what type of tattoo usually comes down to how you want to express yourself to the world through permanent body art can be difficult. In today’s collection we’ll be exploring 37 Awesome Tattoos That Make Creative Use Of The Body.

Did you know these tattoo facts?

  1. According to a survey, more women than men in the US have tattoos.
  2. To mix tattoo color, urine was used sometimes.
  3. Your skin is pierced 50 to 3000 times per minute by the tattoo machine when you get a tattoo.
  4. The philosopher Confucius was against tattoos because he propagated that the human body is a gift. However, China’s stone sculptures depict men with tattoos on their faces as early as the 3rd century BC.
  5. Plato was of the opinion that persons guilty of sacrilege must be tattooed forcibly.
  6. The second most tattooed person has tattoos on 99.9% of his skin, with leopard skin patterns. He is from Scotland. The most tattooed person is 100% tattooed.

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Tattooing has been practised for centuries in many cultures and spread throughout the world. The oldest evidence of extant tattooing on preserved skin dates to 6000 BC on a South American Chinchorro mummy in Peru, and shows a thin pencil moustache tattooed onto the upper lip of a male adult. Now sit back and check out these awesome tattoos, which one is your favourite?


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32 Pieces Of Street Art That Interact With Their Surroundings

Too often Street Art is seen as damaging their environment, but if artists think outside the square with their planning they can come up with some creative ways to interact with their surroundings. By tailoring art to their surroundings they can make the artwork more eye catching and interesting to look at.

Creating street art doesn’t just happen overnight, sometimes the artist may take days sketching out ideas and planning before starting the final artwork. Then comes the difficult step of choosing a location, sometimes a building site can be the source of motivation and ideas for street artist – eg. certain cracks, building features or natural elements like vines and trees. Street artists have awesome imgaination which let’s them create pieces of street art that makes us smile with delight!

Many artists make a living from street art like MO. Oak Oak, Banksy, and Ernestas Zacharevičius. They regularly create brilliant Pieces Of Street Art That Interact With Their Surroundings. Advertising have now paid attention to street art and have starting using Ambient Advertising.

Checkout these 32 Pieces Of Street Art That Interact With Their Surroundings, which one is your favourite?


Girl, George Town, Malaysia

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Dead Drainage In Paris

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Seeder, Kaunas, Lithuania

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Lost Eye, France

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Smoking Man, France


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UK Flags, London, UK


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Bush, London, UK

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Sum Times

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Ostrich, Rome, Italy

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Bicycle, George Town, Malaysia

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Shining, France

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Glasses, Russia

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The Straw

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Face Of The City, Toronto, Canada

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The Legend of Giants, Białystok, Poland

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World Going Down The Drain, Spain

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Sideshow Bob, France

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Pom Pom Girl

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Satellite Dishes, Birmingham, UK

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Calvin & Hobbes, France

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Hair, Fort De France, Martinique

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Sluggo On The Street

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Bruce Lee, Saint Etienne, France

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La Caravane Passe, France

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31 Clever and Creative Bed Covers

When we go to bed we rarely pay attention to the Bed Covers. If you want to get serious about bed sheets and want to have some fun, this collection of 31 Clever and Creative Bed Covers will showcase how bed covers don’t have to be boring!

Scroll down and take a look and some crazy and creative bed covers! Which one would you like in your bedroom?

Did you know?

  1. In most societies people sleep during the night, but in very hot climates they may sleep during the day. During Ramadan, many Muslims sleep during the day rather than at night and people working nights try to sleep in the daytime.
  2. Around 3400 BC Egyptian pharaohs had their beds moved off the ground and slept on a raised surface. Roman Empire mattresses were stuffed with wool, feather, reeds or hay. The beds were decorated with paint, bronze, silver, jewels and gold. During the Renaissance, mattresses were stuffed with straw and feathers and then covered with silks, velvets or satin material. The arrival of the 18th century brought bed frames made from cast iron, and mattresses that were made of cotton. The 19th century saw the invention of the bed spring, also called the box spring. The 20th century brought the inner spring mattress, futon, water bed (starting in the 1960s), air mattresses, foam rubber mattresses and pillows.

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Royal Duvet

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30 Secret Rooms You Will Want in Your Own Home

When buying a home, you’ll get a lot of satisfaction in knowing you’re a home owner. but buying a home with secret rooms will make the experience all the more rewarding. Secret Rooms and Passages are incredibly appealing and bring mystery into our lives. Secret Rooms are great for hiding away in secret, whether it’s for security/safety reasons or for fun. We’ve found 30 Secret Rooms You Will Want in Your Own Home.

Secret rooms have been around for thousands of years. Builders of ancient Egyptian pyramids used secret passages and booby traps to protect the burial chambers from tomb robbers. In some cases, a secret door to a burial chamber was hidden behind a statue. Many Monarchs and rulers in history have used secret rooms and secret passages to escape as well as today’s president and other VIP personal.

Today secret rooms in homes provide families with comfort and safety, acting as a store room or playroom for the children. Take a look through these beautiful 30 Secret Rooms You Will Want in Your Own Home, which one do you fancy in your home?


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30 Fun and Creative Cup Designs You’ll Love

Recently we looked at 30 Weird and Creative Drinking Glasses, today we’ll be looking at more fun and creative cup designs you’ll love. In today’s world many of us are addicted to coffee or tea, enjoying a nice hot drink in the morning helps us to wake up and start the day. We rarely take notice of the cup or mug we’re drinking from, but in today’s collection, these cups will grab your attention.

In today’s post we’ve found 30 Fun and Creative Cup Designs You’ll Love, these cups are you’re standard, the designer has put thought and time into designing and creating some unique and interesting.


Tail Cups

30 Fun and Creative Cup Designs You'll Love

Designer: Kristina Porter

Shooter Ice Tray Cup

30 Fun and Creative Cup Designs You'll Love


Whiskers Cup

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Chalkboard Mug


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Coffee Mug that Stirs Itself

30 Fun and Creative Cup Designs You'll Love

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Eye Cup


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Embrace Me Mug Lovers Cup


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Keyboard Coffee Cups


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Lock Cup


Only the owner of the cup can use his shaped key to close the hole, pour the coffee and enjoy their drink.

Designed by: Efrat Gommeh

Moustache Mugs


Designed by: Peter Ibruegger

Slim Cups



These cups were designed for a “Combination of tradition and technology” project. The designer says: “My interpretation for this title was the way things get slimmer as technology moves forward.”

Designed by: Sharona Merlin

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Eiffel Tower Mug Set


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Panda Smile On Your Face Mug Set


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Giraffe Mug


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Teeth Mug


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40 Awesome Ways to Reuse Old Stuff

Recycling is a big part of our lives, when an item breaks down we automatically discard it without even thinking. But what if we were imaginative and found ways to reuse old stuff? There are so many awesome ways you can turn your old stuff into something useful like turning old cutlery into works of art or decorative wall hooks.

If you hate to see things go to waste, you need to put on your thinking cap and think of something creative you can turn it into. Sometimes trash isn’t always trash, a piece of broken timber may look like a useless piece of material, but once you start exploring new ways of using it, you could create a purposeful item like a bookshelf, creative clock or seat. In today’s article we’ll be exploring 40 Awesome Ways to Reuse Old Stuff, the people that create this stuff are very talented, I hope you find lots of unique ways you can reuse old stuff into something brilliant!

Some interesting facts about recycling:

  1. The average person generates over 4 pounds of trash every day and about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year.
  2. Americans make more than 200 million tons of garbage each year, enough to fill Busch Stadium from top to bottom twice a day. Next time you’re at a sporting event or tailgate, host a trash-free tailgate using only recyclable materials Sign up for Trash-Free Tailgate.
  3. Over 75% of waste is recyclable, but we only recycle about 30% of it.


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40 Awesome Ways to Reuse Old Stuff


Spoons grouped together to make art

40 Awesome Ways to Reuse Old Stuff


Recycled Bottle Candle Holder

40 Awesome Ways to Reuse Old Stuff


Pop Top Lamp Shade



Desk Globes as Chandelier



Tshirt Grocery Bags



Socks with holes turned into gloves



Recycled License Plates turned into Bird Feeders



Wine Bottles Into Chandelier


Old TV Into Aquarium


Glove Into a Chipmunk


Bike Wheel Into Clock


Bicycle Into Sink Stand


TP Rolls Into Organizer Box


CD Spindle Into Bagel Holder

Toasted bagel + avocado in a CD spindle. (link)

Wrenches Into Wall Hooks


Lightbulbs Into Oil Lamps


Computer Into Mailbox


Credit Cards Into Guitar Picks

(Buy: here or here)

Glass Marbles Into Fence Decor


Bottle Caps Into Tea Lights


Skateboards Into Children Picnic Table


Bottles Into Pendant Lamps


Old Piano Into Outdoor Fountain


Old Cassette Tape Into Purse


Drum Kit Into Chandelier

Old Ladder Into Bookshelf


Vintage Suitcase Into Chair


Chair Into Shelf/Closet Unit


Old Books Into Shelves


Bowlers Into Lamps


Tennis Rackets Into Mirrors


Plastic Bottle Into Broom


Hangers Into Room Divider


Old Piano Into Bookshelf


Spoons Into Lamp


Bathtub Into Couch


Pop Tabs Into Bag



100 Creative Examples of Street Art

Nowadays you don’t have to go to a art gallery to see creative art, in this collection we’ve gathered 100 Creative Examples of Street Art, which showcase how important street art is to the community.

Imagine turning the ordinary fence, wall or column into something creative by adding in street art. Not only can it brighten up an otherwise dull area, but it can attract visitors to the location. Bringing smiled to peoples faces and even raising eyebrows, street art can  help bring life to a city.

The opposite to street art is usually known as graffiti, this can have a devastating impact on a community. Attacking abandoned buildings and run down communities, bad street art can lead to neighborhoods uninviting leading to vandalism.

Today however we’ll be looking at the best 100 Creative Examples of Street Art, take a look at these beautiful works of art. Which one is your favourite? Comment below!


100 Creative Examples of Street Art

100 Creative Examples of Street Art

100 Creative Examples of Street Art

100 Creative Examples of Street Art

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28 Cool and Fun Bedroom Interiors for Kids

Being a kid is such a magical time, a child’s surrounding can impact how they grow and learn. A child’s living space should be fun and creative. An area where the child can learn and play is essential, the best place for this is in the kid’s bedroom! In today’s post we’ll be looking at cool and fun bedroom interiors for kids.

When designing an interior for kids you’ll need to consider it’s safety, sure it may look really awesome but how safe is it? Ropes, Ladders and sharp edges may be an issue when designing for children. These creative bedroom interiors for kids showcase some magical ideas. I wish I could have  grown up with any of these bedroom interiors, ranging from Castles, Ships, Nature to Spaceship bedrooms – these kids bedrooms are pretty impressive!

Which one is your favourite? Comment below!


Castle Bedroom

28 Cool and Fun Bedroom Interiors for Kids

Designed by Unknown

Attic Bedroom


Designed by Unknown

Green Kids Bedroom

28 Cool and Fun Bedroom Interiors for Kids

Designed by Unkown

Teenage Pink Bedroom


Designed by Unknown

Modern Blue Bedroom

28 Cool and Fun Bedroom Interiors for Kids

Designed by Unknown

Secret Treehouse Play Room

Bedroom Interiors for Kids

Designed by Jorge Simos

House Within A House

Photo by boscco

Fairy-Tale Nursery

Designed by

Ship Captain’s Bedroom

Designed by Brian Vanden Brink

Adventure Treehouse Room

Image credits: Gabriel Builders

Circus Bedroom

Designed by Kate Dixon

Princess’ Carriage And Bedroom

Image credits: unknown

Ship Captain’s Lookout And Bedroom

Image credits:


Forest Wonderland Bedroom

Designed by Виктория Файнблат

Racetrack Bedroom

Designed by Wendi Young

Hideout Tubes

Designed by MPR Design Group

Basketball Court Bedroom

Image credits:

Island Shipwreck Bedroom

Designed by

Super Mario Room

Image credits:

Or You Can Give Your Kids Thousands of Stickers And Let Them Go Nuts:

Image credits:Yayoi Kusama

Pirate Ship Room

Designed by

Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom

Designed by Katri Nurmela

Secret Chronicles Of Narnia Room

Image credits:

Personal Teepee

Designed by

Spaceship Captain’s Console

Designed by Jeremiah Gorman

Tree House Bedroom

Designed by

Secret Slide Passage And Play Room

Image credits:

Hide Away bedroom


Designed by Unknown


38+ Places You Should Visit Before You Die

Planet earth is packed with beautiful places and magnificent scenery. Most of us don't have the money let alone time visit these places. Can travelling to beautiful locations and places help us to find ourselves and grow as a person? Whether you're travelling in luxury or travelling on a budget the end result usually stays the same. In today's post we'll be taking a look at 40 Places You Should Visit Before You Die. 

These Places You Should Visit Before You Die should be added to your bucket list! These gorgeous places include Venice, Argentia, Greece, China and loads more. World sightseeing can be deeply moving and help us to grasp a betting understanding of how big and precious our planet really is. Sit back and relax as you view these sensational Places You Should Visit Before You Die, you may even want some ideas on where to go on your next holiday! Comment below and tell us your favourite!


Venice, Italy

Image credits: Constantin Gololobov

Image credits: Peter Young

Image credits: holland fotograaf

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Image credits: Manu

Image credits: Jack Brauer

Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil

Image credits:

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Navagio Bay, Greece

Image credits: Johan Björling

Provence, France


Image credits: Benh Lieu Song

Image credits: Giovanni Allievi

Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe

Image credits: Vittorio Chiampan

Image credits: Mark Smith

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Image credits: Pierre Lesage

Image credits: David Kosmos Smith

Moraine Lake, Canada

Image credits: Thomas Spinner

Tulip Fields in Netherlands

Image credits: Allard Schager

Image credits: Normann Szkop

Geiranger Fjord, Norway

Image credits:

Mount Roraima, Venezuela/Brazil/Guyana

Image credits:

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Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland

Image credits: orvaratli

Batu Caves, Malaysia

Image credits: Danny Xeero

Gásadalur, Faroe Islands

Image credits: Gareth Codd

Antelope Canyon, USA

Image credits: CSMphotography

Iguazu Falls, Argentina/Brazil

Image credits:

Image credits: leonlagben

Giza Pyramids, Egypt

Image credits: Edward Ewet

Image credits: Dale Johnson

McWay Falls, USA

Image credits: Helena W

Cappadocia, Turkey

Image credits: Beng Lieu Song

Image credits: Kani Polat

Bagan, Myanmar

Image credits: Martin Sojka

Zhangye Danxia Landform in Gansu, China

Image credits:

Images credits: Melinda Chan

Li River, China

Image credits: Weerapong Chaipuck

Image credits: Peter Stewart




Image credits: Ed McGowan

Meteora, Greece

Image credits: Darby Sawchuk

Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia

Image credits: dadi360

Image credits: dadi360

Santorini Island, Greece

Image credits:

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Image credits: Randall Collis

Image credits: lecercle

Yosemite Valley, USA

Image credits: subcmdr

Image credits: Conrad Casper

Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Image credits: nipomen2

Bamboo Forest, Japan

Image credits: Yuya Horikawa

Petra, Jordan

Image credits: Gloria Castro Salvador

Machu Picchu, Peru

Image credits: Lubomir Koulev

Cave in Algarve, Portugal

Image credits: Bruno Carlos

Halong Bay, Vietnam

Image credits: Nic

Pamukkale, Turkey

Image credits: Ahmet Sahin

Image credits: riccio

Rice Terrace Fields in Mu Cang Chai, Vietnam

Image credits: Thang Soi

Image credits: Sarawut Intarob

M0nument Valley, USA

Image credits: Jouni Välkki

Naica Mine, Mexico

Image credits: nicole_denise

Image credits: nicole_denise

Hang Son Doong, Vietnam

Image credits: National Geographic


30 Stunning Ambient Advertising Examples

Ambient Advertising is an unusual and creative method of advertising which can be seen in unusual places where you wouldn’t normally see an ad. The best thing about Ambient Advertising is they can be seen just about anywhere, they can be quirky and unusual making the viewer think.

When did Ambient Advertising start?

Ambient Media started to appear in British media jargon around 1999, but now seems to be firmly established as a standard term within the advertising industry. It is the name given to a new breed of out-of-home products and services determined by some as non-traditional or alternative media. Ambient media advertising can be used in conjunction with mainstream traditional media, or used equally effectively as a stand-alone activity. The key to a successful ambient media campaign is to choose the best media format available and combined with effective message.

Today we’ve gathered 30 Stunning Ambient Advertising Examples, get inspired and learn from the best with these excellent ambient advertising examples!

Tecate Beer: De-stressing foam


Art Director: Coke López

Tia Lea Park: Trampoline poster



Art Director: Andrey Ustnov

Eliane Indiani Fitness Center


Art Directors: Felipe Cavalcanti, Fabiano César

Carphone Warehouse: Scrimper’s Valentine’s Day bouquet


Art Director / Copywriter: James Crosby, William Cottam

Spectro Skin Care: The Smile Shop


Creatives: Victoria Sturgess, Vanessa Heber

Colgate – Don’t Forget

Advertising Agency: Y&R, Bangkok, Thailand

Bergmann & Sohn Funeral services

“Come a little closer / Funeral services Bergmann & Sohn”

Frontline – Get Them Off Your Dog

A local petstore chain with limited budgets needed to push their range of de-ticking products. Huge 225 sq. meter stickers, across 3 malls crawling with people were used citywide to highlight their leading product range.

Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Jakarta, Indonesia

Aseema Charitable Trust: Education for Street Children

Advertising Agency: 141 Sercon, Mumbai, India

KitKat – Bench

Advertising Agency: unknown

Mondo Pasta: Boat

Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt, Germany

What Goes Around – Comes Around

Agency: Big Ant International, New York

The Economist – How Long Can You Stay On?

Advertising Agency: BBDO New York, USA

WWF – Save Paper – Save the Planet Foosball – Stuck In The Wrong Job?

In a pub, one of the figures in a foosball table is replaced by a ballet dancer figurine, and she is never able to kick the ball. when people play, they can experience the problems of a job mismatch and be reminded to look for the right job using the best platform –

Advertising Agency: JWT, Hong Kong

Global Warming. What’s All The Fuss About?

“Find out for yourself”

Advertising Agency: OgilvyAction, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Meister Proper – Pedestrian Crossing

Agency: Grey Worldwide, Germany

BIC – Huge Razor

Indus Pride: Beer Mug

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Bangalore, India

92% Of Guys Say They Washed. 34% Were Lying

Agency: JWT

KarstadtQuelle: Dental Implant Insurance

Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt, Hamburg, Germany

Silk Soft – Toilet Tissue Promotion

The objective of this campaign was to promote the fact that Silk soft is 100% recycled.

Advertising Agency: By Far, Denmark

Tyskie – Beer Mugs Stickers

Art Director: Michał Kamiński

Police- Slower is Better


Advertising Agency: Cramer-Krasselt, Milwaukee, USA

Tramontina Precision Knives – Ultrathin slices

Advertising Agency: Leiaute Propaganda, Salvador, Brazil

Tibits – Very Very Fresh Vegetarian Food

Advertising Agency: Wirz/BBDO Switzerland

Je*s Jeans – No Need to Bend Anymore

“At this moment, your bum is completely exposed. If it were in a sexy pair of jeans, it would attract attention all the time!”

Advertising Agency: Bruketa@Zinic, Zagreb, Croatia

Fitness First (International chain of health clubs)

Advertising Agency: N=5, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Kerrisdale Lumber: Leaves


Art Director / Designer: Jeremy Grice

Fur-Free: Truth Coat


Art Director: Brett Terblanche