The Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam is one of the few botanic gardens with it’s own bees. The bees produce their honey with the nectar of a unique collection of flowers, resulting in a very refined taste and unique texture. Only 200 pots of the Hortus Honey are produced per year. award 2012, bees, balls, honey packag, dielin award, amsterdam, box, packag design, blog
honey packaging - Dieline awards
Coffee bench © Karolina Tylka 2002 - a project with adjustable table space within. The idea is about supporting smart use of space. The inspiration came from the need of having a coffee in the garden and no space to place the cup or newspaper. Space of seat and table is adjusted by rotating elements of the bench. decor, product, chair, clever furnitur, benches, coffe bench, furniture designs, clever designs, furnitur design
Clever furniture design
Redditor resgestae, who always has his camera with him, captured this awesome moment while shopping at a Home Depot. He titled his photo, “I know a good dad when I see one.” We couldn’t agree more. [via Neatorama] super dad, hero, cape, parenting done right, sons, future husband, children, kids, fathers
color french manicure
Corner cutting board... put the trash can underneath and scrape the scraps into the trash.
@donorschoose I received these letters from Mr. Menscher's Journalism class, for the project "Extra! Extra! School Newspaper Needs Digital Cameras". Thanks for the opportunity to help these schools.
When you serve your guests with this modern, two-tiered piece in metal alloy, you’re also serving up a conversation-starter. A smaller vessel hangs over the larger bowl in a graceful arc, allowing for easy, all-in-one-place dipping. Place chips and salsa, vegetables and guacamole, or virtually any other gastronomic pairing in this swan-like server, and wait for the inevitable compliments. nacho, chips, guacamole, scoop server, xmas gifts, chip dips, doritos, design, bowls
Chips + Dip Server
A Christmas Story Leg Lamp Stocking - Neatorama
Deep Tea Diver Tea Infuser - Neatorama
It's the best part of the onion ring anyway. Problem solved by Kyle Hepworth - Creative Guy.