What happens when you take world renowned company logos like Google, Facebook, Twitter and more and turn them into micro logo designs that lack color?
Natalie Daniels wanted to be a little more personal, so she decided to have thermo sensitive business cards created to set herself apart from everyone else.
This gallery in Japan which stores the country's puzzle collection required a computer algorithm to design. They wanted to fit 144 pentacubes in this space.
These 10 houses all have secret rooms which lead to a hidden place that nobody who walks through the house would ever see. It's like having a real TARDIS.
This little portable peephole will make sure you have a 360-degree view of the hotel hallway when you look out. That way, nobody can sneak up on you.
This guy took part of an old bus (where the driver would sit), gutted it, painted it, and created a snazzy little home office which he put in his bedroom.
So you want to be a freelance web designer? Have a look at what it really means to take on this profession before you slingshot your way into total chaos.
Are you a creative person who gets into mischief at work? Perhaps you need to make some online confessions to release your guilt. Read 10 confessions here.
This portable house, which is big enough for 2 people, is lightweight enough to carry on the back of your bike. Wait till you see how it looks inside. Nice!
Could Apple's success be based on their loyal website customers? Maybe their 15 year website history could tell us the answer to that interesting question.
There are business cards that have become legendary just because of their awesomeness. These are 11 famous business cards worth taking a closer look at.
If you want to make your cat's life as wonderful as possible, you might consider designing your cat's dream home. You'll have to share a bathroom though.
Do you need a little something extra to help you get out of bed in the morning? Perhaps this carpet with an alarm clock embedded in it will do the trick!
Montblanc pays tribute to one of the greatest geeks who ever lived with this limited edition Albert Einstein pen design. Each one has E=mc2 engraved on it.
This exquisite miniature dollhouse was created by a mother for her daughter. She built it inside her daughter's childhood acoustic guitar. It's incredible!