‘Omote’ and ‘Shashin Kan’ are Japanese for ‘front’ and ‘photo-booth’ respectively. No, this isn’t a language training exercise. Just some info you might be interested in after we tell you that Japanese creative agency PARTY has created the world’s first 3D printing booth called OMOTE 3D SHASHIN KAN.
New Jersey-based diorama artist Matthew Albanese creates fascinating landscape photos out of meticulously detailed small scale models. Clever photography techniques involving scale, depth of field and lighting combined with innovative use of various materials help create these breathtaking images.
Check out these 20 clever ways to reuse, repurpose and upcycle your old stuff lying around the house. Apart from adding utility some of them even look cooler than the original product. These days plenty of cafes and bars style their interiors this way using grungy products upcycled in an aesthetically creative manner.
Swedish design studio Humans Since 1982 have created this beautiful piece of engineering that uses 24 analogue clocks perfectly synchronized and choreographed to form one awesome digital clock.
Here’s a brilliant example of an internal branding exercise that inspires employees and visitors while promoting the organization’s history and heritage.
Here’s a fantastic video that tries to make sense of the (nowadays overused) term called ‘Integrated Advertising’.