DW blog is a design blog that showcases the latest creative works all over the Internet's vast universe, so you can enjoy and celebrate the gathered genius of artists, designers and creative people behind inspiring ideas and projects.
The Food Cube Poster

The Food Cube Poster

In 2014, the Dutch studio Lernert & Sander is the author of a large poster showing 98 cubes of fruits, vegetables and other foods. Each cube is exactly 2.5 centimeters. This work was carried out for the Dutch newspaper “De Volkskrant” as part of a photo-documentary on the food. This poster...
Alfa Romeo Spirito Motorcycle Concept

Alfa Romeo Spirito Motorcycle Concept

After the BMW Apollo Streamliner, the Turkish designer Mehmet Doruk Erdem returns with a concept motorcycle for Alfa Romeo Spirito. In the tradition of the Italian automobile tradition, Mehmet imagined leather seats, a body color red, a long nose to minimize the impact of wind and leave room to the powerful...
We Art Urban ll

We Art Urban ll

Hoptimum, Hip-Hop festival in Ile-De-France, organized by ActArt, is about to close its tenth anniversary with a street art event organized in the former hospital in Lagny sur Marne, which will reopen exceptionally whose the walls are decorated with frescoes by 20 artists. The works can be admired on 16th and...
Black Framing House in Japan

Black Framing House in Japan

This house of 128 square meters, called “Framing House,” was built by the Japanese architecture firm FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects in Shiga, Japan. With a façade that looks like a big black cube, this residence features an art gallery connected to the living space.  
Latest entries
Edible and Stackable Gummy Lego

Edible and Stackable Gummy Lego

Grant Thompson gives us his recipe today to make gummy lego made from corn syrup, Jello, and gelatin. The result is astonishing because besides being edible, the same texture and the same taste of a sweet, gelatinous, The result is fantastic and the lego can be assembled.     
Folding Little Animals in Origamis

Folding Little Animals in Origamis

Hoang Tien Quyet, member of the Vietnam Origami Group, produces origami since early childhood. Through his encounters in the group, he was able to learn the “wet folding”: a folding technique which adds a majestic dimension to the foxes, birds, lions, sheep and fish he imagines.  
Optical Illusion in Women Painted Portraits

Optical Illusion in Women Painted Portraits

In this new series of paintings, we typically recognizes the graphic style of the talented Erik Jones. Women’s portraits are well hidden or revealed behind paper folds of the effects, or perforated color on walls. Sometimes the table interferes with the reality, creating interactions around.  
Using Oil-Tankers For Cities Extensions

Using Oil-Tankers For Cities Extensions

Four designers including Chris Collaris, Ruben Esser, Sander Bakker and Patrick van der Gronde, both founders of the office Less Agency, Has imagine a project called “Black Gold Project,” to use the oil-tankers to make extensions in the cities of the oil countries of the Middle East. The project would therefore include an important element of the industrial and...
Daily Photo Report from the Cannes Festival 2015

Daily Photo Report from the Cannes Festival 2015

During the Cannes Film Festival, the French photographer Frédéric Stucin, daily feeds his Instagram account with shots from the day. His series called “InstaCannes” includes both portraits of actors and actresses but also scenes of streets in the vicinity of the Festival. An unusual look at this major event of the seventh art.  
Fantasy Animals On Antique Dictionary Pages

Fantasy Animals On Antique Dictionary Pages

The English artist Kelly McLaughlan illustrates the pages of dictionaries from 1800s drawing humanized animals and dressed in period costumes. The combination between words and illustrations give to prints a poetic classic charm.  
The Internet Magazine

The Internet Magazine

The young Austrian graphic designer and art director Maximilian Mauracher imagined what would be a MacBook and Internet magazine release. Through 70 pages of screenshots, we can discover the collection “Cutter the Internet” of the designer Eva Zar, based in Vienna. This work cleverly combines two areas a prior opposed: print and digital.  
Pink Monochromatic Sceneries

Pink Monochromatic Sceneries

Mizrahi Carolina reveals today its new “Avatar” series produced for the Old Tat Magazine. This pink creative series depict how internet can shape a virtual identity to people while disconnecting them from reality.  
Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

Rick Satava is a famous Californian glass sculptor. Full size, he makes jellyfish sculptures by working precisely the patterns and movement of the filaments. His technique allows him to have a rendering translucent colors. He designed about 300 realistic sculptures a month and we can find in the film “Guardians of the Galaxy.”  
Famous Eyes Illustrations

Famous Eyes Illustrations

The Japanese illustrator Shouta Sanoda made two series of illustrations depicting the eyes of famous actresses, singers, dead and still alive. It includes the looks of Dali, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie, Marilyn Monroe, Charlize Theron, Rihanna and Katy Perry.  
Airbnb Floating House on the Thames River

Airbnb Floating House on the Thames River

Among the unusual houses that can be found on Airbnb, this is a house that floats on the Thames River in London. This residence is 7 meters high and weighs 70 tons; it has two bedrooms, a bathroom, living room and even a garden with an apple tree. The neighborhood is simply Chelsea, Westminster and...
Leaf Bowls Sculptures

Leaf Bowls Sculptures

The artist Kay Sekimachi makes sculptures and bowls with dried tree leaves, Inspiring on traditional techniques of his country: Japan. These dead maple leaves are maintained through the Kozo paper, watercolor layer and Krylon. From 3rd July it will be exhibit at the Bellevue Arts Museum in the US.