Since creativity is subjective, it takes something truly outstanding for folks to agree that it's impressive. Otherwise, it can be seen as either terrible or sensational. Well, these designs are so admirably amazing, they had to be shared.
This DVD Case Design
Inside this DVD case, there's a depiction of two people in the forest looking into a body of water.
The CD is the water, which is why it shows their reflection. That's pretty smart.
Touch-Free Crossing Point In London
As genius as this is, it's a shame that it isn't everywhere else yet. What's even sadder is that other countries probably won't do it for years.
It's something that people have wanted for a long time, so I'm glad they're doing it somewhere.
For The People With Glasses
Folks who wear glasses already use their shirt to clean their frames. This brand went ahead and made a corner of the shirt special.
Now, you have a designated area that you can clean your lenses with. That's smart.
The Bench Wall
Why waste money on benches when you can create a wall that allows people to sit on it?
I know it won't get picked up everywhere, but the people who did it first are onto something.
This 3D Mosaic Looks Real
Sure, they could've put real fish here, but they didn't need to do all that. This art looks real enough.
This mosaic looks fantastic, and the artist who did it needs to keep doing more work like this for us to enjoy.
Projected Crosswalk On Dirty Road
When the road gets dirty, it can be tough to see the crosswalk. Sure, you have a general sense of where it is, but this is epic.
Take the guessing game out completely with this projected crosswalk design.
Perfect Social Distancing Escalator
If only things would stay this way once everything goes back to normal. People love to crowd behind you on escalators.
This way, you'll have no choice but to wait your turn as the escalator instructs you when to get on it.
Dining Set In Japan
This dining set in Japan includes the option of a matching wheelchair. That's very thoughtful to have!
It makes people feel more included and looks amazing, too. What a way to market to everyone!
A Place For The Cap
With this bottle design, you won't ever have to hold onto the cap or misplace it ever again.
They should've been doing this since the beginning of bottles. It's a brilliant idea that needs to be more widespread.
Opening Things Just Got Easier
Finally, there's a simple solution to opening products that come in annoying plastic. That tab is a timesaver and a blessing.
That thing is going to save a lot of frustration, trust me. The only downside is it makes it easier to steal as well.
A Strong Teeth Ad
Well, they outdid themselves with this one. I'm sure all the kids will want this toothpaste after seeing this ad.
He's literally ripping the billboard with his teeth. It might even make adults convert to the brand.
Some People Know What They're Doing
Some businesses just know what they're doing. How has no one thought of this until now?
I know folks would buy this just to look at how cute the squirrel is. It really looks like it has its mouth full.
This Bottle Keeps Track Of When It Was Last Opened
Wow, this is like something from the future. It would be great to know the last time you opened your prescription pills.
That way, you'll know if you're overdue or not. Can they start making this a thing everywhere, please?
"Fork At The Eiffel Tower Is The Eiffel Tower"
Well, they made one of the greatest fork designs ever. You won't see this unique design on most silverware.
The person who came up with this deserves to retire early and tell everyone how smart they are.
The Way This Hotel Displays Numbers
This is what you could call "shadow games." By showing room numbers this way, it'll be easier for people to see them.
It's not something that needs to be used universally, but it would be nice to see it in other places as well.
STOP THE PRESSES
Okay, what's the big idea. Why haven't they pushed this out in more places? Do you know how much time this would save?
It's like Chapstick for your toast! Man, they need to get this thing rolling out everywhere.
Polaroid With The Cool Packaging
This almost makes you want to buy the product, even if you don't like taking pictures.
Sometimes, it's the little things that matter. That one little change-up, the photo on top, made this package a standout among the other cameras.
A Minimalist Watch
Minimalists probably rave over this watch design. You really don't need to see the other numbers, just what time it is now.
There's probably an option to change this if you don't like it, but why would you not?
Do You Recognize This Clever Design?
Does this door handle ring any bells in your head? Well, it should because this is the National Geographic logo.
They chose to use this instead of some generic door handle, because why not? It's pretty smart and looks cool, too.
They've Won Best Logo
This pet store just won best logo design, and it wasn't even close. Tell me, how many animals do you see here?
There are at least two for sure, but some people claim to see more. This is amazing.
An Anti-Theft Program
This library puts cards on computers and other valuables that are left unattended. You never know when someone is going to come by and swipe your stuff.
It's nice to have a reminder to be careful.
These Earbuds Have A Zipper So They Won't Tangle
Tangled earbuds are the bane of my existence. I don't know how they get so jumbled up just from lying around in my car or in my bag. It's almost like all of the earbuds in the world are conspiring against us.
These guys figured out how to solve all of our earbud problems with this simple trick
This Considerate Pull Handle For The Push Door
Nobody wants to touch push doors on the outside of garbage cans. Sometimes they're sticky and they usually smell bad, and it's just a bad experience overall.
This restaurant is doing what it can to make our lives better, and I really appreciate that. Sometimes a small pull handle can go a long way.
Just A Biiiiit More
This toaster has a "bit more" button for when you want your toast just a little bit more toasty.
This is such a great feature to have on a toaster.
This mall found a way to keep its patrons safe by implementing self-sterilizing handrails on their escalators.
Honestly, we should have had these before the pandemic. I don't know how we ever lived without them.
A Considerate Jokester
This YouTube thumbnail makes it clear that the video is a joke so that people who actually want to learn how to read music won't waste their time.
Although, anybody who thinks they can learn to read sheet music in two minutes and fifteen seconds probably isn't very serious about music anyway.
A Hidden Hair Clip
This hairbrush has a hidden hair clip inside it.
That way, when you're brushing or styling your hair and you want to clip some of it out of the way, you always have a clip on hand.
The Magic Of Canadian Money
If you want to check if a Canadian $20 bill is real, all you have to do is shine a light through the maple leaf on the front of the bill.
It should project the number 20 on the wall.
A Mini Marshmallow In The Bottom Of The Waffle Cones To Prevent Leakage
How many times have you had to throw out an ice cream cone before you were finished eating it because the ice cream started dripping out of the bottom of the cone?
You can't enjoy your ice cream when your hands are all sticky. This ice cream store knows what's up, plus you get an extra marshmallow treat.
The Hardest Lemonade
This barcode was found on the back of a bottle of Mike's Hard Lemonade.
It looks like there's a person who is holding onto the bars of the cell. He must be doing some hard time...