Designer Madella Simone decided to create a bike concept that stands out from the crowd. Her fashionable urban commuter has enough pizazz to spice up even the most uneventful ride to work. Simone's hope is that more people will opt to to take bikes instead of cars — especially if they have a sweet ride like her design, dubbed MOOBY.
Recently we brought you a piece on the surprisingly simple pieces of art created by playing today's complex video games. Now we're bringing you some pretty complicated art made by a game that's been around since the 1930s — pinball.
The addictive little game Angry Birds has over one billion users so we're all familiar with the movements required to control the birds on their revenge quest to decimate the green pigs and any of their fortifications. When you think of the mission, you think of complex gameplay to reach your goal and you get pretty darn excited when you achieve a new level.
Jerry Tate Architects designed this woven tree house to look like a bird's nest. The London-based firm aims to "design buildings that bring architecture and nature together." And that's just what this cute getaway spot is all about.
Kazuki Yamamoto is a latte artist in Osaka with a serious set of skills. The gent paints in coffee and steamed milk famed characters from video games, cartoons, anime, manga and the rest of your childhood.
Office furniture is pretty standard: you've got a desk, a chair — what's missing? A place to sleep, obviously! That's right, some scientists say that taking naps throughout the work day increases productivity. Should bosses really get so upset when they catch us nodding off in meetings, then? Heck, no. We've got science on our side, people.
We're glad at least one person is taking their Halloween decor seriously.
When you think about kicking back after a long day at work, you probably imagine a favorite armchair or sofa that's a little worn and super comfy. Well, French designer Matali Crasset must not be much for lounging around at home because he's created a collection of furniture made from concrete.
Australian body artist Emma Hack makes incredible living sculptures.
Forget chocolate, playing Words With Friends, or any of your other go-to things that make you happy. Now you can get happy on demand, with the touch of a button from the Happiness Machine. The device is hooked up to the Internet and, every time someone shares a happy thought, it prints it out just for you.