Time-sliced landmarks from day to night


Time-sliced buidingsA photographer has released a series of  pictures showing the world’s most famous places from day to night.

Richard Silver carefully takes pictures of each landmark before ‘slicing’ the images into strips and arranging them into a single photograph.

His work includes compositions depicting Milan, Shanghai, and even Easter Island.

Have a look at these unique photographs here and tell us which one is your favourite.

Pantone-inspired business card holders


A Danish retailer has produced Pantone-inspired business card holders.Pantone business card holders

Room Copenhagen has collaborated with the famous brand Pantone and Knud Holscher Design Studio to come up with a range of 8 different Pantone colours.

This collection is part of the brand’s ‘Pantone Universe’ campaign and can be used for credit cards and notes as well.

Have a look at the collection here and let us know which one you’d choose.

Sony World Photography Awards 2015 shortlist revealed


The world’s biggest photography competition has unveiled its shortlist. Sony World Photography Awards 2015

Amazing entries from all over the world have been received for this year’s Sony World Photography Awards – the highest amount since its creation. 

Astrid Merget Motsenigos, Creative Director of the World Photography Organisation and organizer of the awards, says “the sole purpose of the Sony World Photography Awards is to celebrate and appreciate the talented artists working in the photographic industry.”

You will be able to have a proper look at the shortlisted images at Somerset House in London from April 24 to May 10.

Discover some of the photographs here and tell us what you think.

Unique design for convention centre


A major new convention centre in Canberra is to be designed by Studio Fuksas. Australian Forum

Studio Fuksas, in collaboration with Canberra firm Guida Moseley Brown Architects, was appointed by the Australian Government to come up with designs.

The Australia Forum, which will be located in the centre of the capital, will have a unique shape, incorporating wavy floors and a bulging, elliptical roof.

The studio describes the design as being “in constant dialogue with the urban context and the environment, the complex is conceived with extreme flexibility”.

The project is set for completion in 2020.

Have a look at this original design here and tell us what you think of it.

Pizza brand creates deliberately hard to spot ads


Pizza advertising campaign A pizza brand makes its adverts hardly noticeable – on purpose.

Daiya Foods has decided to stand out from the crowd of ‘in your face’ advertising with its unusual but clever placements.

Its new campaign uses the slogan ‘it’s easier to notice this ad than notice our pizza is dairy-free’, displayed in places where people don’t usually notice adverts, such as the top of a bus.

Some are so small that they could be easily skipped, such as tiny stickers on benches or on panels in lifts.

Have a look at the ads here and tell us if you think they’re a clever publicity stunt.

Iconic building gains trompe l’oeil wrap


Building wrapThe famous Banqueting House in Whitehall is to feature a stunning trompe l’oeil wrap as it undergoes major restoration work.

Banqueting House will be covered in a full-height wrap giving the illusion of a torn façade revealing its five hundred year history.

The façade, designed by Northover & Brown, references the building’s striking ceiling by the famous painter Peter Paul Rubens and the sketches of designer Inigo Jones.

Northover & Brown has also created a series of animations based on the Banqueting House’s history, which will be projected onto the windows from inside the building.

Let us know if you would like to see more conservation schemes given a creative twist.

Australian ‘Zootel’ brings wildlife to hotel guests


Australian ZootelA hotel in Australia offers its visitors an unusual visit – by allowing them to spend a night with the animals.

Situated in the National Zoo & Aquarium Canberra, the recently opened Jamala Wildlife Lodge consists of ‘Jungle Bungalows’ separated from lions, cheetahs or bears by just a glass wall. 

Not only can guests observe animals from their beds but they are also able to feed the giraffes from their balconies.

Room prices start from $AU400 (£200) and there are seven further suites available in the owner’s former residence.

Have a closer look at this amazing hotel here and tell us what you think about it.

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