I’m in need of an iPhone case in a major way. My current one is cracked and broken. A really undiginified way to be store such a great device. I like all these abstract images from Society6. I think I’m going to go with the one on the bottom left though. Captivated by the color […]
Stunning visuals from photographer Eric Cahan’s sky series. See more on his portfolio site here.
My homie and past Color Muse James Shields (a.k.a Creative Shields) has released an amazing coloring book just in time for the holidays. The book includes fun activities such as color by number exercises, mazes and word searches. It’s volume one of an ongoing series covering the Birth of Hip Hop (’77 – ’84). I […]
Cool mosaic from UK artist Ed Chapman. He’s done some other really cool work including images of John Lennon and Bob Dylan. See those here. via Likecool
Sequined street art by Theresa Himmer on the streets of Reykjavik, Icleand. This is such a pleasure to look at. Plenty of Color via Yatzer
Want quick funky nails, but struggle with the details while doing them yourself? Then you’ll love these press on nails by Etsy shop Zebber Collective. They’re easily applied and come in 12 different sizes. The Tribal/Aztec collection (1st one above) is my favorite. Definitely eye-catching and a conversation starter.
Well it’s finally Wednesday and as promised I’m giving away a few of the funky colorful items from Strange Talk’s new “Climbing Walls” video. Above are a few of the scenes. I’m sharing 3 items with you today – a blue crop top (one size fits all), a patterned scarf and a pair of Rayban […]
Apparently in Mexico these confetti filled colored eggs are used for celebrations. Created and then smashed all across town to mark the festivities, I only can imagine the clean up. Sounds frightening really. I can’t see this catching on in NYC, but one can hope right? via Scout & Catalogue
This installation is located in São Paulo, Brazil’s Melissa Gallery (Galeria Melissa) for the launch of their shoe collection “Melissa Power of Love”. The accompanying stop-motion video was developed 25 animators over a 5 month period. Check out the video below. via Illusion