Good on Bangkok University for attempting to position itself as a 'creative' university. It looks like they've spent a fair amount of time designing the space so students will want to spend time on the campus, not just studying but also enjoying themselves.
How cool is this desk created by Dublin ad agency Boys and Girls for their reception area. It's actually held up by the balloons, which are made with a rubber composite that will always contain the helium within. Fab.
I have to confess, I initially thought these were amazing glass sculptures. They're not. They're actually high speed photographs of coloured water, captured in a way to mimic the shape of blooms, leaves and pots. Amazing.
When I sent my email to Yarra Trams, I imagined an overworked 21 year-old on their ninety-eighth email of the day (at ten past nine in the morning) scanning my email, seeing the word ‘poo’ and bringing up the “excrement-fouled tram’ template.
I imagined wrong.
What I got was nothing short of genius. Not a template at all – a real letter written by a real person. A talented person. A person I now want to meet and drink beer with and possibly give a little kiss to at the end of the evening (and I fully realise Sam may well be a man).
Click here to read the fabulous letter he's talking about.
To pass time during one long-haul flight, Nina Katchadourian spent time in the lavatory creating Flemish-like costumes using toilet paper, tissues and toilet seat covers.
In her self-portrait series, entitled “Seat Assignment: Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style”, Katchadourian made several trips to the bathroom to create Flemish-style costumes and photograph them with her camera phone.
Caine Monroy is a 9-year old boy who spent his summer vacation building an elaborate DIY cardboard arcade in his dad’s used auto parts store. This film tells the story of Caine’s Arcade, and how someone tried to make Caine’s day.