London design studio Poietic, started by Richard Harvey and Keivor Stainer, bring us this latest project that they've been working on titled the "The Tropism Well". Using the natural laws of physics to function, this interesting contraption delivers water to each user via a slow bow. I always find i
Is This A Good Time took a moment out to sit down with respected British designer Michael Wolff for what turned out to be quite an elegant talk on creativity and the thought process behind innovational ideas. As the team sat down in one of London's nicer hotels, Michael began to unravvel his own def
This is a great little series headed by director Tomas Leach with the help of Nicolas Cambier and Daniel Diego Lincoln titled "Little Scraps of Paper". It's a collection of short documentary films about how creative people develop ideas and thoughts and what they keep them in. This one below featur
I've brought across this lighthearted animation from creative mind Louis Thomas as I think it works as a great mid morning pick me up, especially if you work in the sort of office that the character found within this piece does. The project reminds me of the old slap stick style of humor, especially
This project is a little different to the majority we post, however inevitably we are pushing the concept of creativity and this short project from Slovakian collective Deplase certainly is creative, eye pleasing, and inspiring. Based in the beautiful mountain city of Liptovsky Mikulas Deplase was b
For many photography works as a platform that not only shares our experiences with others but also our passions. This can be said of Japanese creative Minato who has a very obvious talent for crafting beautiful edible creations that really leaves you wanting to reach into your screen and taste what
This video has been making the rounds and has become extremely popular on certain websites, ones thou shall not name, but it was too good to pass up and I thought it would be a very inspiring piece for individuals who haven’t seen it, or those who want to view it again.
We are always on the look out for those who are dedicated to their craft/field, finding these types is the most pure source of inspiration in my humble opinion. So when I stumbled across the imagination and wit of Canadian photographer Lissy Laricchia, I knew I had to share the vivid and captivating