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Photographer Paul Octavious has taken the world's favourite numbered hues out into the world and snapped them in situ, making real life look just like a delicious art object.
Oh what a dull life it would be without graphic designers, depriving our peepers of all sorts of loveliness.
When the first thing you see on the homepage of a website is the owner's cat acting as a little tabby welcome wagon, you know you're onto a good thing.
We have something for you today that will nicely tick both the anally retentive and aesthetically pleasing categories on your mental stimulation checklist
It might not be as permanent as a skin on ink type situation, but it takes a lot of thought and research to settle on a greeting card that says exactly what you want to say.
It was three long years ago when we introduced you to Serbian furniture designer Ana Kras and got all gushy about her simple but oh-so sweet designs.
Tribal designs and butterflies aren't for everyone – and neither is permanent ink, for that matter – but whimsical vintage illustrations are a whole different ballgame.
Imagine taking all the pieces in an IKEA flatpack and using every single one of them to create something totally different.
Vanilla Ice wasn't the world's best rapper, but if you ask us, he gave the world's best design advice: "If you gotta problem, yo I'll solve it."
This is one of those so-simple-it-hurts but completely ingenious ideas – take one block-headed eraser then adopt the role of hairdresser, changing their do as you rub out your blunders.
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