Tuesday, March 3

Infographic: How Much Would It Cost to Build the Millennium Falcon?

If you grew up watching the Star Wars trilogy, the Millennium Falcon would no doubt have been your dream spaceship, but have you ever wondered how much it would cost to build?

Website “Build the Millennium Falcon” has created an illuminating infographic that delves into the dollars and cents of constructing the iconic vessel.

By substituting materials in the movie for those available in real life, and taking into account workers’ salaries and leasing costs, the total bill comes up to a cool £3.2 million.

Check out the infographic below to learn more.

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[via Build the Millennium Falcon]

Brilliant ‘Bible Logos’ Created For Every Book Of The New Testament

Graphic design students Nick Eshnaur and Jarod Hamm of John Brown University, had created a collection of ‘Bible Logos’.

As part of their semester-long joint project, the duo designed a logo a day for the entire New Testament in the Bible, creating a brand identity for each book.

Scroll down and head over here to see the full collection.

[via Bible Logos]

Innovative Device Reads Tattoos And Translates Them Into Electronic Music

Media artist and musician

Infographic: How To Become A Morning Person

You might have seen the recommendations from the National Sleep Foundation, and decided to adjust your sleeping hours to become more of a morning person.

The following infographic by Greatist will help you do just that.

Detailing simple and useful tips on how to wake up right and the kind of breakfast you should have, check out the infographic to find out how you can be an early riser.

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[via Entrepreneur, image via Greatist]

‘The Impossible Project’ Unveils New Round Frame Polaroid Color Instant Film

The Impossible Project has unveiled new round frame color instant film for Polaroid, a deviation from the standard square frames.

Designed for classic Polaroid 600 and SX-70 cameras, they come in black and white frame editions.

The film pays tribute to “the simplicity of pinhole photography” while its circular design evokes “vignette portraiture” of the past, making it ideal for “intimate, artistic use”, according to The Impossible Project.

The company plans to sell the new round frame film alongside classic square frame film.

A pack of eight exposures retails at US$25, and you can purchase it here.

[via PetaPixel, images via The Impossible Project]

Adorable Illustrations Of Popular Superheroes Reimagined As Kids


Illustrator Matt Kaufenberg, previously featured here, has created an adorable series of illustrations that imagined famous characters, such as Iron Man and Deadpool, as little superheroes.

For his ongoing project, Kaufenberg has shed the tough demeanor of these popular characters from the Marvel franchise, making some of them look like innocent children playing dress-up in their favorite superheroes’ costumes instead.

Scroll down to view a selection of works from his project, or follow him on Instagram for more updates.

Iron Man

Groot and Rocket Raccoon

Doctor Strange



[via Golem13, images via Matt Kaufenberg]

‘The Simpsons’ Get A Makeover With Bape, Adidas, Other Streetwear Brands

Here is what Bart and other characters from The Simpsons would look like if they kept up with the current streetwear trends.

Illustrator Tommy Bates has dressed up key characters of the popular animated series The Simpsons in the latest streetwear trends. He is also known for doing the same for Star Wars characters.

The results are outrageous and amusing. Bart sports an outfit of Supreme gear, while Homer, Ned Flanders, Moe and other characters don streetwear from the likes of BAPE, Represent, Balenciaga and Kanye West for Adidas, among others.

Scroll down to decide who wore it best, and head over here to view more.

[via Highsnobiety]

Awesome Posters Pay Tribute To Seven Kingdoms’ Houses In ‘Game Of Thrones’

House of Lannister

llustrator Ivan Belikov from Russia, previously featured here, has created a series of stunning illustrations that pay tribute to the Seven Kingdoms’ houses featured in popular series, Game of Thrones.

Created in his signature dynamic style, these ‘Game of Thrones’ illustrations make for an awesome lead-up to the series’ upcoming fifth season, premiering on 12 April 2015.

Check them out below, or head to his project page for more information.

House of Stark

House of Baratheon

House of Targaryen

[via Creative Bloq, images via Ivan Belikov]

Beautiful, Minimalist NFL Logo Posters Use The Teams' Iconic Colors, Symbols


Art of Sport has created a collection of beautifully designed posters showcasing all 32 NFL team logos.

The project titled ‘Touch Down’, feature the individual team logos in a minimalistic makeover, using colors and symbols iconic to each team.

What do you think of these minimalist logos?

Head over here to see the full collection.





Green Bay

Kansas City

New York

[via Art of Sport]

In Norway, A Cabin In The Mountains With An Entrance That Resembles A Black Hole

Image by Espen Folgerø

Located on top of a rocky incline in the snowy Seven Mountains of Bergen, Norway, the ‘Tubakuba’ cabin is a cozy wood and glass cabin with an entryway that resembles a black hole.

It was designed as part of a workshop at the Bergen School of Architecture, which was conducted by Espen Folgerø from OPA Form Architects.

The 150-square-foot building is accessed by crawling through a tunnel that makes it seem like you are traveling in a portal to another dimension.

Deriving its name from the tuba, the tunnel comprises curved pine shavings that are covered in untreated larch that turns gray over time.

The interior of the ‘Tubakuba’ cabin is made of plywood, while the exterior consists mostly of burned larch that has been treated with a 19th century traditional Japanese method called Shou Sugi Ban—this prevents fungal decay and damage.

“The entrance is shaped like the mouth of a tuba to experiment with wood as a material, to give children a place to play even if the hut is closed, and to force adults to crouch to get in, even if kids don’t have to,” said Folgerø to Fast Company.

After clambering through the claustrophobic space, visitors emerge on the other side and are greeted with breathtaking views of the city below.

Described as an “off-the-grid hotel room”, it is available for people to lounge in during the day, and can be rented for free to families with young children.

Check out some pictures of the ‘Tubakuba’ cabin below. Would you like to spend a night there?

Image by Gunnar Sørås

Image by Helge Skodvin

Image by Stine Elise Kristoffersen

Image by Helge Skodvin

Image by Gunnar Sørås

[via Fast Company and Arch Daily, images by various individuals via Arch Daily]