Candy Crush office features cartoon design


Candy Crush officeThe Stockholm office for games producer King features cartoonish designs fit for its products.

The company behind the famous Candy Crush Saga game now greets visitors with an egg-shaped reception desk.

Swedish design agency Adolfsson & Partners oversaw this colourful project: the 1940s building is split into areas such as Magic Forest, Green Hills, Treasure Island,

Countryside, and Deep Sea.

Discover the imaginative scheme here and let us know if you’d work in an office like this.

Website turns handwriting into fonts


MyScriptFontA free online tool can turn your handwriting into a font in less than ten minutes.

‘MyScriptFont’ is perfect for when you get bored with the usual fonts or want to create a unique typeface.

To use it, you just need to download a template, write on it with a marker, and scan it back into your computer.

Take a look at the innovative tool here and tell us if you would transform your handwriting into a font.

Samsung release touching ad


Samsung ad Samsung Turkey has created a heart-warming advert called ‘Hearing Hands’.

In order to promote its new video call centre for the hearing impaired, the company launched this touching video.

The advert follows a hearing impaired man, Murharrem, and his sister as they are strolling in their town.

While they are walking, they meet different people who use sign language to communicate with them, leaving Muharrem very surprised.

Watch the advert below to discover the powerful message and tell us what you think about it.

A hotel made from salt


Salt hotelA new hotel has opened in Bolivia and it is almost entirely made from salt.

Located on the world’s largest salt flat, the Hotel Luna Salada is constructed of solid salt bricks, a feature that is obvious from the unpainted white-grey walls.

However, most of the furniture is also made from salt, with just a few standard fixtures and fittings providing a Bolivian feel.

Explore the hotel in the video below and let us know if you’ll be booking a stay in this unique hotel.

Daily Affections: candles with unusual scents


Daily AffectionsA graphic designer has produced an unusual take on scented candles, creating fragrances such as ‘Plastic Toy’ and ‘Stinky Cheese’.

Albert J. Son’s ‘Daily Affections’ range of soy candles include ‘Scotch Tape’, ‘Cut Grass’, and ‘Wet Road’ – unusual but highly recognisable smells.

Each candle is completed with a colourful label, with geometric elements inspired by the scents’ origins.

Find out more about ‘Daily Affections’ here and let us know what nostalgic smell you would like to experience in candle form.

Gigantic white rabbits on Southbank


IntrudeAustralian artist Amanda Parer has created ‘Intrude’, an edgy installation which was on display at the Southbank until Sunday 11th January.

‘Intrude’ sees striking rabbits enlarged and frozen within the Royal Festival Hall’s foyer spaces.

These sculptures “explore the natural world, its fragility and our role within in” and were also on display at the 2014 Vivid Festival in Sydney.

Find out more about Intrude here.

Surreal images created with an iPhone


Surreal Images created with an iPhoneA photographer has created surreal photographs using his iPhone.

German-based art director Robert Jahns, who goes by the Instagram handle nois7, has created amazing images using editing apps including VSCOcam, ArtStudio and Snapseed.

Most of the photographs were taking during his travels, shot with his iPhone or DSLR.

Others are composites of stock images or collaborations with other photographers. Jahns’ editing process varies from 2 hours to several days.

Creating surreal and intricate manipulations with an iPhone, he fundamentally explores subversion of reality and medium.

Take a look at more spectacular images here.

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