David LaFerriere is not only a designer but also possibly the coolest dad ever: Since May 2008 he has been doodling on his kids’ sandwich bags with a Sharpie marker. I love how progressively more awesome and detailed the drawings get over the years. Browse through them all over at his Flickr.
(Hey Sharpie: Get in touch with this guy for your next ad campaign.)
In his new book “Things Come Apart: A Teardown Manual for Modern Living,” Todd McLellan neatly disassembles
the parts of various familiar objects “from iPads to Blackberry phones, Raleigh bikes to laptops, even a Zenith CH 650 aircraft.”
Vintage photo by Ted Thai for Time Magazine sometime in the 1970′s of Meryl Streep in the New York City subway. See other photos of celebrities past and present spotted using the underground public transportation system with us commoners over at Celebrities on the Subway.
French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze captures a unique perspective of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers.
I like this clever piece of political art by by Egyptian street artist “El Teneen.” See more examples from the streets of Cairo by other artists here.
Zak Noyle photographed this surfing expedition to Indonesia. Dede Suryana is the surfer in the first photo and Bede Durbide in the second.
Here’s a revolutionary idea: we should probably figure out a better way of disposing our trash.