3D Printing enthusiast Jwall designed this awesome cat armor, which by all means, should be standard issue for your cat. Jwall designed this armor for his Kitty Bobo and has now made the design available for a free download.
Children can come up with some very weird-awesome ideas. Those ideas do make amazing toys, but inventions are a totally different game. British designer and inventor Dominic Wilcox started the Inventors! project to convert ideas of children into real products.
In this very interesting mashup, Los Angeles based artist Andrew Tarusov brings the worlds of Disney and Tim Burton closer. The series presents illustrations as posters of famous Disney movies – with the added twist of being directed by Tim Burton. It’s quite an ambiance, and makes for a lovely visual experience.
Banksy’s art has made waves, and for good reason. It would be difficult (not to mention crazy expensive) to get hold of one of the original pieces, but that doesn’t mean copies aren’t possible! UK store Binary Box is selling a series of wall stickers inspired by the work of the famous street artist. Take a look.
Artist Julie Ann’s shop at Etsy says “Julie Ann Art specializes in truth-telling, hand-lettered paper goods!.” It appears honesty would be the best policy, considering the result is these amazing cards.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you could get things rolling with some heartfelt and thoughtful, or you could take the cheesy route. These little cards are rather good, especially if your Valentine has an interest in Pokemon. If all else fails, remember it might be a cliche, but you could still give I choose you a try. See the full set on their official Facebook page.
Ladies, it’s winter and that means you’ll probably want a shrug. Actually, buy one even if you don’t really need it, because these dragon scale shrugs are pretty much awesome! Sure you could buy more of that usual stuff you have in your wardrobe, but can it beat Dragon Scale? No, it can’t.
London-based photographer Rich McCor has a penchant for transforming some of the most photographed locations around the world – and he does that with small paper cutouts. The photographer makes use of small paper cutouts and a play on perspective to reinterpret some of the best known locations.