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We bring you a regular little round up of cool things we've seen on the internet we think you might like. You know, just to keep you in the loop...

This week, we've fallen head over heels in love with these dreamy acrylic vases. Created by HATTERN, a design studio based in Korea, the 'Mellow Collection' is made from brightly coloured, dyed acrylic blocks. Combining bold colour, colour gradients and transparent sections, the vases take on different looks depending on how light hits the acrylic surface. We can't get enough of these beautifully designed eye-bogglers. 

And with Valentine's Day just round the corner, we've brought together some of the sweetest kid-friendly ideas we could find to help your little people celebrate their favourite people! We really like these DIY heart-shaped sun catchers by Emma at Kids Craft Room. We've gathered a bunch more, including a super-cute friendship tree, random acts of kindness for kids and delicious treats, here on a special Family Valentine's Day Pinterest board

And sticking on a Valentine theme of sorts... Made in collaboration with independent bakery Bakedown Cakery, Australian digital agency Universal Favourite created these fancy 3D printed chocolates as extra special client gifts. If only we could get our hands on them. Well, if we didn't want to play with a 3D food printer before, we definitely do now! They look delicious, right? 

And since we're big lovers of great packaging design here at BleepBleeps HQ, we just couldn't resist sharing this juicy collection of Japanese gum wrappers with you. You can see more here or, if you like, enjoy five minutes of fun at the Japanese Gum Museum - a Japanese blog dedicated to vintage gum wrappers! Share with a friend :) 


Design Milk

HATTERN on Behance

Kids Craft Room

BleepBleeps on Pinterest


Present & Correct

Japanese Gum Museum





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