Whether you call it tea, a cuppa, rosy lee or a builder’s brew, statistics has it that on average in the UK we drink at least 165 million cups of tea per day.
Glad artist Alexander Ross has kept an archive of paper tea bag tags - a good dunking for the eyes.
A drawing kit where the paper and crayons are both edible is a dream come true. Yummy.
Brought to you by Shanghai based design studio Rong in collaboration with chocolate brand Ameno. Simply genius.
Flavours (or colours) include dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate, strawberry chocolate, and matcha chocolate.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Finland has created some iconic emojis to celebrate the culture and important icons of Finland.
From Christmas emojis, where, of course Santa is a part; as Santa lives in Korvatunturi, Lapland, and the reindeers too! Iconic inventions including the Nokia 3310 phone (remember the snake game and that iconic phone tune), and the Finnish traditions such as the Sauna, Moomin are all part of this super cute emoji set.
Can’t wait to see these super cute emojis being animated into short Christmas animations. Ho ho ho!
On Instagram, search by using hashtag #PaperLeaves to discover all the different varieties of leaves made from paper. Monstera, oxalis, rex begonia, rubber plant, variegated plant leaves; leaves created from painting, cutting, folding, creasing. For real, beleaf - plants definitely make people happy.
It's NHS70! This year, the NHS, one of Britain's most prized institution celebrates its 70th anniversary. To thank such an amazing healthcare service we have in the UK, designer Carl Godfrey has designed an enamel pin badge to thank and fundraise for the NHS.
The blue badge uses the signature font and colours of the NHS blue paired with it's italicised font. NHS is reinterpreted in a clever and cheeky way that says "NH-YES"! The badges can be found on the NH-Yes Website.
All profits raised will be donated to the charity NHS Charities Together.
Thank you to all the healthcare professionals, doctors, nurses, volunteers, support and research staff to keeping us healthy and safe.
All images from Carl Godfrey's / NH-Yes website.