Articles tagged fun

If you are on the hunt for a creative weekend away, this post is for you.

Creative Bloq has put together a list of five different European cities that are easily accessible and worth a bit of expense.

Whether you are looking to improve your design skills, marvel at some historical architecture, or simply want to explore a different culture, there's an exciting city for you on this list, which includes Helsinki and Marseille.

Take a look at the list here and tell us which city you would be ready to visit.

When you think of impressive architecture, it's easy to think of striking skyscrapers or beautiful, historical buildings - but what about the humble house?

RubberBond's creative team has created an interesting infographic showcasing some of the most fascinating house styles around the world, revealing how environments influence the way homes are designed and built.  

The infographic explores five different continents and points out their most outstanding house designs, such as the British Roundhouse, the A-frame (USA), and Japan's Minka. 

Take a look at these fascinating styles here and tell us in which ones you would love to live.

If you're a secret (or not so secret) Minions fan, this new film by the makers of Despicable Me is worth paying attention to.

Illumination Entertainment's The Secret Life of Pets has just released its first trailer, giving hilarious insights into what pets really get up to when you're not around.

From a sausage dog getting a tickle from a food mixer to a poodle in a stately home moshing to heavy metal, the trailer offers little vignettes into what our much-loved animal companions are really thinking.

The Secret Life of Pets, which stars Louis C.K and Steve Coogan among others, will be released in cinemas in Summer 2016.

Watch this delightful trailer below and tell us if you'll be going to see it

Unilever has revealed new limited edition jars for its infamous Marmite product, just for this summer.

Playing on the polarised reactions that the spread produces (you either love it or hate it), Marmite has introduced two brand new designs for its iconic jars: 'Summer of Love' and 'Summer of Hate'.

The designs, available from July to September, were inspired by Woodstock and the Summer of Love, reflected in the colourful Sixties-style labels and the retro typography.

This vintage throwback is being used to promote Marmite's 'lighter summery blend', which it describes as a 'slight twist on the traditional recipe'.

Take a closer look at the jar designs here and tell us which one you'll be buying - although be warned, less than a hundred 'Summer of Hate' jars will be made available (one for each day of British Summer).

If you want to test your knowledge of some of the world's most inspirational locations, this quiz is for you.

Creative Bloq and iStock have put together ten striking images with multiple choice answers to help you work out where each stunning picture was taken.

Not only can you test your general knowledge, but the quiz will probably make you want to go on holiday!

Take the quiz here and let us know your score.

Whether you're looking forward to sun, sea, and sand, or are beginning to stress about all the planning that goes into summer holidays, this infographic is for you.

Cleaning service Hassle has put together 21 travel hacks, helping you to be nicely prepared by the time you jet off to sunnier climes.

Tips on destinations, clever packing shortcuts, and insider knowledge on booking and airport procedures all offer invaluable advice to travellers.

Some of our favourites include storing jewellery in a pill container and taking a car park selfie to help you recover your car post-holiday with the minimum of fuss. 

Have a look at the whole infographic here and tell us which tips you'll be using.

If you still have fond memories of colouring books from your childhood, why not give them a subversive spin with a colouring book inspired by Banksy?

'Butcher Billy Bullies Banksy' combines famous cartoons with some of Banksy's most iconic work, this time in colouring book form.

These include 'Bomb Hugger' recreated with The Road Runner and 'One Nation Under CCTV' with Top Cat and Officer Dibble.

Take a closer look at the colouring book here and tell us if you'll be buying it.

Are you the kind of person that needs one alarm to wake up or are you a serial snoozer? Are you the type to cut your sandwich in half or neatly portion it into triangles?

Portuguese art director has created a Tumblr called 2 Kinds of People, where a series of minimalist illustrations depict the little quirks that make us unique.

Several simple but recognisable situations are shown, from browsing on the Internet to listening to music, showing in a light-hearted way that there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ approach to life.

Take a look at these fun illustrations here and tell us what kind of person you are.

From ‘Dance like nobody’s watching’ to ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’, inspirational quotes are everywhere.

But one company’s new infographic takes its advice from the best of pop culture.

Cornerstone on Demand has taken the best quotes from fictional characters such as Gandalf, the Doctor, Indiana Jones, and Meredith Grey, and placed in categories including teamwork, innovation and marketing, and entrepreneurship.

Quotes include Ferris Bueller’s ‘Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it’.

See the whole infographic here and let us know your favourite quote.

Scrabble has returned to its roots with its latest advert, 'Anagram Lovers'.

The advert tells the love story of Agostina and Santiago using clever anagrams, satisfying Scrabble lovers and general viewers alike.

This campaign will be appearing all around Europe this summer in different language edits, so everyone can appreciate the wordplay.

Watch this charming ad below and tell us what you think.

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