Camera straps are usually a straightforward affair, but every now and then a product comes along that’s worth getting excited about.
Case in point: the Miggo. Ohad Cohen designed a unique strap that rolls up into a protective sleeve.
Using only white paint, charcoal, and some photographic ingenuity, Cynthia Greig transforms household objects into these one of a kind 2D sketches.
Her Representations series was inspired by photography pioneer William Henry Fox Talbot’s legendary work from the early 1840s.
via My Modern Met
Cake is awesome. No matter where you are, what day it is, time it is, what you’re wearing or what the weather is like, it’s always a good time for cake. And besides just eating it ourselves, giving cake to someone else is also awesome. You can use it to wish them a happy birthday, congratulate them, cheer them up or simply say, “I think you’re swell.” But giving someone cake isn’t always that simple. Perhaps they’re far away. Cake doesn’t generally make it through the mail unharmed.
But wait, Sandra Denneler of SheKnows.com has come up with an amazing way to send a mouthwatering slice of cake to anyone anywhere - or at least anywhere the mail goes. And thanks to her DIY
recipetutorial, you can do it too. Sanda calls these creations Cake Postcards. They look just like the real thing, but they’ll never get crushed or spoil:
"Imagine how happy and excited you’d be, if you went to your mailbox one day and pulled out a slice of cake. Now you can surprise friends and family (and probably even your mail carrier), with this three-dimensional, mailable postcard, cleverly disguised as cake. With only five ingredients in this crafty recipe — a large sponge, spray paint, caulk, spray adhesive and heavy paper — it’s a piece of cake. Literally. Postage is around $3 per slice, but the reaction from the recipient will be priceless."
[via Design Taxi]
Even if you don’t live in Japan, if you’ve eaten at sushi restaurants - particularly while sitting at the sushi bar - you’ve probably been offered a hot or cold towel with which to clean your hands just prior to starting your meal. Those refreshing towels are called oshibori and RocketNews24 is here to teach us all an awesome trick: how to turn your used oshibori into an adorable towel bunny.
Click here for complete step-by-step instructions. Your hands will be clean, your used towel will no longer look like sad little heap and your fellow diners will be delighted.