Getting a pair of personalised trainers might once have been for celebrities and sportspeople, but now Adidas are making it possible for anyone not only to get their hands on a personalised pair of sports shoes, but also to create the shoes themselves in just a few minutes. This is because Adidas have created the cool #mizxflux app that makes the whole process so easy you trainers will be on their way after a few clicks, check out how the app works and then maybe you too might be tempted to buy a new pair of personalised trainers for yourself of somebody special.
Here is how it works; Select your size, gender and country, take a photo or upload a favourite image taking not of the do’s and dont’s along the way. Scale. rotate and place your image onto the shoe template until you have it just right. Review and then save your cool design, that is almost it! Now all you have to do is buy the shoes, not forgetting to share with your friends who will be extremely jealous. The app is free and can be downloaded from Google Play for Android and iTunes for iOS, the trainers on the other hand can cost around £85.
At first sight, it might look like this house is located in the middle of a war zone and has been caught up in the crossfire, or maybe the property owner was fed up because you were late with the rent this month.
Well, it is neither of those, these holes have been made by a woodpecker and stuck inside each hole is an acorn that he is saving for later!
Source: Izi Smile
It is a well known thing that paper can be very sharp, if you have ever experienced a paper cut then will already know just how dangerous a simple piece of paper can be. Therefore, if this is taken to the next level then it should stand to reason that a razor made from paper using that oriental paper folding skill origami, should be able to do the job.
Well this is exactly what designer Nadeem Haidary has set out to prove with the Paper Cut Razor! There are some good reasons for thinking that this is a brilliant idea such as; the razor is totally recyclable because it is made from paper, it is cheap to make and light enough to be transported around world.
The only downside to the Paper Cut Razor that we can see is that it is not a real product it is merely an idea. Nevertheless, what an idea it is, how many people would go out and buy the Paper Cut Razor if was real and was going on sale in your local stores? Next time you feel the pain of a paper cut, remember the Paper Cut Razor!
Source: Nadeem Haidary