Every week we bring you a little round up of cool stuff we've seen on the internet we think you might like. You know, just to keep you in the loop!
Get creative with this kids this weekend and have a play with Bubl Draw - an app that turns fun, colourful doodles into jazzy musical creations! With three musical genres to explore (classic, disco and rhumba) and with more than 10 musical instruments to experiment with, kids can add a whole new aural dimension to their digital artwork! Tonnes of fun.
This week, we're excited about Parent Apparel - a fun, unisex clothing label designed by parents for parents. These guys give 'dressing like a mum/dad' a whole new meaning! With rainbow bright colours and tongue-in-cheek slogans featuring parent puns aplenty, these totes, tees and sweatshirts add a nice big dollop of humour to your wardrobe!
Henrik Franklin is a Swedish designer, illustrator and animator. And this is the miniature library of teeny tiny books he created for Anna Lindberg's 'Gallery 1:10' - a miniature gallery for contemporary art. The attention to detail is astonishing - and would you just look at those little trestle tables?!
It has no numbers. It has no hands. This is a graphic wall clock. Designed by Jorrit Taekema, 'Time Pattern' has two white triangles that pivot on a black clock face, creating ever-changing patterns as time ticks over. Watching the clock has never been so mesmerising!
Oh! And one last thing. If you're in London this weekend, E17 locals in Walthamstow are holding a charity Lego build on Saturday 11th June! Find out more here.
Until next time!