This charming series of photographs entitled Stone Footprints created by Scotland-based photographer Iain Blake. He places various stones and pebbles in fun footprint patterns. Just adding five tiny stones “toes” to a larger stone, the inanimate objects become alive with emotion and personality.
Using his finger to scribe into the layer of dirt built-up from exhaust emissions, artist Ben Long creates elaborate drawings on the rear shutters of white haulage trucks. Wonderful drawings on dirty trucks bring smiles to the faces of pedestrians and remind drivers to wash their cars.
Graphic designer Luca Masini comes up with a series of posters of things not to say to a graphic designer. The phrases are a collection of actual client requests received and accumulated throughout Masini’s personal work experience of more than 10 years. Have you also had a client from hell? then you might recognize some of these quotes.
Japanese artist Yukiko Morita has created lamps out of real loaves of bread. Made from a simple bread recipe and then coated in resin — a battery-powered LED lamp is inserted to help add some mood light to any room. These battery-powered lamps give off a warm glow that is exactly how we picture fresh bread in our hearts and minds.
Are you one of those people who like to keep everything in order? If you do, you’re going to love the project The Art of Clean Up, created by Ursus Wehrli. This guy will perfectly organize the most unusual of places! Do you hate how unorganized the parking lots are, or how your haphazardly your grandma hangs the laundry to dry in the sun? Welcome to the perfect world where everything is in its rightful place.