A photographer has captured Texas skylines in a stunning new series of images.

Nikola Olic’s portfolio, ‘Dimensionless’, examines the interesting architectural facades that punctuate the landscape, showcasing the Reunion Tower and Frank Gehry’s IAC Building amongst others.

By manipulating the facades in his photographs, Olic gives the buildings a dimensionless, disorientating feel.

Take a look at ‘Dimensionless’ here and tell us which buildings would work well in the project.





Penguin Books has created a new collection to celebrate its 80th anniversary.

Eighty classic Penguin titles have been chosen for the Little Black Classics range, to be sold at 80p each.

Poetry, drama, and famous short stories will be found in this brand new collection.

A cute website has also been created, where you can navigate a penguin to discover the eighty classics available.

Take a look at the full collection here and tell us which ones you have.





The Mexico Tourism Board has taken advantage of the cold weather in Chicago by creating unusual works of art advertising the country as the perfect destination to visit to escape the winter.

With the help of local street artist NosE Lanariz, the Board made 'billboards' from the fallen snow, creating slogans like 'Come melt under the sun' with a link to Mexico Tourism Board's site.

Have a look at the video below to discover the unique ads and tell us what you think.





Virgin Money has released a new ad staring an unusual character - an ordinary pigeon.

The company created this little film from shots of a pigeon going about its daily business, as a tactic to differentiate themselves from other banks.

In the ad, the pigeon appears to be dancing to the song ‘Oh My Radio’ by The Selecters.

Watch this delightful ad below and let us know what you think.





Shutterstock has released a series of adverts for Game of Thrones fans, reimagining the Houses of Westeros as brands.

Niko Brown (video editor of Shutterstock) and PremiumBeat teamed up on several shorts, which correspond to the different Houses in the series, using Shutterstock's own library of imagery.

Watch the ads below and tell us what you think.




Mr Porter is promoting its spring collection with stylish dogs.

The fashion brand has featured some of the most popular dogs on Instagram in their latest collection.

Dogs like Geordi La Corgi, Logan’s Look, and Otis Barkington demonstrate to men how the clothes can be styled.

Have a closer look at the pictures here and let us know your favourite.





Carsten Höller has unveiled his new plans for the Hayward Gallery, which includes two giant slides.

The slides are part of Höller's 'Decision' exhibition and will be open to gallery visitors as an exit.

Director of the Hayward Gallery, Ralph Rugoff, said: “'Decision' will ask visitors to make choices, but also, more importantly, to embrace a kind of double vision that takes in competing points of view”.

Visitors will be able to experience the exhibition from June to September.

Have a look at the design here and tell us if you'll be having a go.





Lucas Gil-Turner has created a collection of clever logo designs.

The Spanish designer based his work on the most commonly used English words, transforming them into logos.

He was inspired by the Oxford Institution and The Oxford English Dictionary's research analysis of over a billion words. 

Have a closer look at the collection here and tell us what your favourite.




Rob Whitworth has created several impressive hyperlapse videos of major cities.

The artist explored five different locations, turning his journeys into beautiful short films.

The videos showcase the bright colours of Barcelona, Dubai's rich landscape, and even the relatively unknown North Korean capital Pyongyang.

Watch the delightful videos here and tell us if they make you want to visit these destinations.





San Francisco and Leap Transit have launched city buses with brand new designs, focusing more on the comfort side rather than on mass transportation.

The little touches include free Wi-Fi, snacks, and drinks.

However, comfort and luxury come at a price, as a single ticket currently cost $6 or $5 if bought in bulk.

Discover the new look San Francisco city bus here and tell us if you would take a ride.





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