Cameron Simcik


Artist Transforms Coffee Cups into Whimsical Objects and Scenarios

April 18, 2014 // 10:40 am

Before you throw that used coffee cup away, take some inspiration from Australian designer and architect, Paul Garbett. He turns seemingly useless paper cups into beautiful and adorable works of art.

Called “Cuppaday,” Garbett’s project is clearly only limited by his imagination. Often with the help of…

This Wine Bottle’s Clever Label Turns into a Bouquet of Flowers

April 18, 2014 // 6:30 am

You want to woo your significant other, but money is tight, huh? This presents quite the debacle: Do you give your better half beautiful flowers OR a bottle of wine? Fret not, there’s a way to combine booze and blossoms into one.

A’Design Award & Competition recently called upon…

Cadbury Creme Egg in Hole Pound Cake Toast

April 17, 2014 // 11:01 am

With Easter right around the corner, candy is everywhere. More specifically, Cadbury Creme Eggs are everywhere, and it’s a beautiful reality. But instead of opting for the straight-out-of-the-wrapper eating tactic this year, we advise you take the egg-in-hole toast route.

Crazy? Absolutely. Genius? 100%. Serious Eats came up with…

10 Clever Ways To Reuse Stale Bread [INFOGRAPHIC]

April 15, 2014 // 6:30 am

Usually, we toss out the end nubs and stale chunks of bread out of habit. However, before you head to the trash, give that stale loaf a second chance.

According to this handy infographic from Sustainable America, Americans buy about 3 billion loaves of bread per year, of which 25%…

Because You Honestly Didn’t Know: Whiskey Graphic Shows the Difference Between Scotch and Bourbon

April 11, 2014 // 1:10 pm

I don’t know a lot about whiskey, although I do know it’s delicious and keeps me warm. If you’re in the same boat, you might be familiar with Jameson and Crown Royal, but there’s so much more involved in the whiskey game. That’s where this stylish and informative poster comes into…

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