This cardboard foosball table is made from 100% recyclable materials. It comes complete with a smartphone holder and a beer holder built right into it.
These high fashion couture dresses were all made from Subway sandwich napkins and wrappers. This unusual fashion show was part of New York Fashion Week.
This almost life-size Lamborghini replica is the latest in a string of cardboard designs. The only materials used were cardboard, paper and glue. Whoa!
This fried eggs font was created in 3 hours with 10 pans, 1 bottle of oil and 1,000 eggs. It's a creative font inspired by your breakfast this morning.
This vertical garden is being called London's largest living wall. It was just unveiled last week. It was made with over 10,000 wildlife attracting plants.
This magnetic wallpaper can create a magical way for your child to let his or her imagination run wild. What a creative twist to boring, ordinary wallpaper.
These rainbow pencils let you make a rainbow every time you sharpen them. They are made from 6 layers of colored recycled paper (not wood). How creative!
Color has a huge impact on our mood, emotions, choices and decisions. This color guide explains the different interpretations of color around the world.
You've never seen flipbooks like these before. Each one is a motorized animation. The pages consist of elaborate bird drawings that simulate flying away.
This V12 Mercedes engine was taken apart and then rebuilt with odd materials found in Morocco. You've never seen a car engine that looks like this before.
If you'd like to cuddle more, but it's too uncomfortable, you'll like this Cuddle Mattress. It is designed to optimize and improve your cuddling experience.
Today our designer spotlight is on artist Francesco Valentino. These wall murals show his contemporary, unique style flavored with graffiti and romance.
It's always fun to see popular social sites and browsers personified, and this collection is an extra good one. Each site or browser is a manga character.
This creative and very inspiring LEGO art is from the Art of the Brick exhibit at the Discovery Museum in Times Square in New York City. Incredible!
Most artwork is impressive to look at, but Giles Oldershaw is in a league of his own. He created these unique cardboard portraits of historic personalities.