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Real Life Emoji
In Art, Idea

Real Life Emoji

Jan 21, 2014 | No Comments

Emojis are everywhere in the digital world. Sometimes they are fun, sometimes very annoying. Some people switched from words to them to communicate. You neither can tell the meaning of some of them but don’t worry, they are confined to the virtual world. Wrong! Designer Liza Nelson has found them in the real life. “Emojis mean everything and they mean nothing at the same time” Nelson wrote on the site.




12 Shoes For 12 Lovers

12 Shoes For 12 Lovers

Dec 12, 2013 | No Comments

Sebastian Errazuriz has designed a series of shoes carefully decorated, each regarding one of his past love stories. The project, called “12 Shoes For 12 Lovers”, features shoes hardly wearable, designed as a memory of the peculiarities of his ex lovers.




Historic Events On Instagram
In Idea

Historic Events On Instagram

Nov 21, 2013 | No Comments

What if Einstein had Instagram when he discovered the relativity, or if Armstrong posted a wonderful #nofilter of himself on the moon? This is the concept of Histagrams, a Tumblr that features photos posted by some of history’s top players. The idea came to Gusto NYC and Gavin Alaoen while wondering what Instagram might have looked like had it existed years ago.




Chinese Replica of Paris

Chinese Replica of Paris

Nov 11, 2013 | No Comments

Tianducheng is a Chinese town in Zhejiang province, not far from Shanghai. If you go there you will be confronted by a 354-feet replica of the Eiffel Tower. Development on this Paris replica began in 2007, but apparently it is a ghost town now, like many others in China. What’s truly curious about these ghost towns though is that some of them have been designed as replicas of Italian, German, English, and French towns. Anyway none of them will be like Tianducheng, the city of love.




Women Search Engine

Women Search Engine

Oct 21, 2013 | No Comments

Gender inequality holds back the growth of individuals, the development of countries and the evolution of societies, to the disadvantage of both men and women” claims the State of World Population Report 2000. UN Women has created an advertising campaign that uses data collected from Google on the most popular search terms, to emphasize the wideness of global gender inequality in 2013.