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As far as style is concerned, these clothing designs are a far cry from Apple’s current simplistic and stylish look.
2) Japanese Architects Create Apartment Building For Bikers
The entire structure is designed as an extension of the road, so that when residents drive through the alley and enter the central square, they can park their motorcycle in the garage and immediately walk up the stairs to their living quarters.
3) Typography Lounge Chairs For Designers
French furniture design company Tabisso has a collection of typography lounge chairs—ranging from the alphabets ‘A’ to ‘Z’ and numbers ‘0’ to 9’.
4) The World’s First Completely Honest Résumé Of A Graphic Designer
Because honesty is the best policy, New Jersey-based creative director Marco Kaye has written the “world’s first and only completely honest résumé of a graphic designer”, as a humorous piece for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency section.
5) Photographer Reveals The Less-Than-Perfect Life Of Barbie And Ken
Vancouver-based photographer Dina Goldstein—known for her ‘Fallen Princesses’ series—has now revealed the less-than-perfect life of everyone’s favorite plastic couple, Barbie and Ken.
6) If Dr Seuss Did ‘Star Wars’…
Seattle-based cartoonist Adam Watson has imagined Star Wars if it were done by Dr Seuss.
7) If Superheroes Had Online Dating Profiles…
It is difficult to find true love in the world these days—and it’s especially hard if you are a superhero.
8) Minimalistic Packaging For International Brands
Design consultancy Antrepo has designed a series of packaging samples for a few international brands—giving their products a minimalistic feel.
9) 7 Things Sapping Your Creativity Right Now
This was a very easy article to write. I was late in getting started this month, and as my publication deadline got closer and I could no longer wait until I “felt” like writing an article, I was forced to sit down and do it.
10) For Designers To Constantly Doodle, A Giant Post-it Note Desk
For those who constantly forget to wear their Post-it watches, and like to take down notes on their desks, Milan-based design firm SoupStudio created an almost-ideal workstation for designers that always give you access to reminders and free doodling space.
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