Lammily made its official debut on November 19th. Thank you to the original backers who helped make it a reality. Thank you to Time, Mashable, HuffingtonPost, BuzzFeed, BusinessInsider, CNN, ABC, and many others for spreading the word about Lammily. I … Continue reading
Author Archives: Nickolay Lamm
This article was originally published on HuffingtonPost When I released Lammily crowdfunding on March 5, I could not have predicted such an overwhelming response. Now, with another eight days to go, more than 13,000 backers have preordered over 17,000 dolls. … Continue reading
Lammily was successfully funded within 24 hours of the crowdfunding campaign. Now you can preorder Lammily! Estimated shipping date is in November.
Thank you to Good Morning America, MSN, HuffingtonPost, The Daily Beast, Examiner, Business Insider, Today, BuzzFeed, Smithisonian, Glamour, Time, LA Times, BBC Radio, and many more for publishing this project. Thank you also to CNN, local television stations, and others … Continue reading
Thank you to HuffingtonPost, LA Times, Business Insider, BuzzFeed, FastCoDesign, International Business Times, Flavorwire, ThoughtCatalog, and more for publishing this project.
Follow @NickolayLamm Follow me on my new Twitter for upcoming projects of mine. Thank you to Gizmodo, HuffingtonPost, Discovery News, The Verge, Vice, Gizmag, Inhabitat, HuffingtonPost UK, Conde Nast Traveler, PSFK, and more for showing what cell phone signals looks … Continue reading
Cats have a visual field of 200 degrees compared to humans 180 degrees. Peripheral vision for humans is 20 degrees each side. This is represented by the blurriness. Peripheral vision for cats is 30 degrees each side. This is represented … Continue reading
Chicago Los Angeles Miami San Francisco The above GIFs show what each city would look like if buildings were as tall as its residents are wealthy. Thank you to Huffington Post (LA), HuffingtonPost (Chicago), Mail Online, San Francisco Gate, Mother … Continue reading
Thank you to Business Insider, The Atlantic, Huffington Post, Mail Online, Live Science, FastCoExist, io9, BroBible, Weather.com, LA Times, MSNBC, and many more for sharing these images. You helped show why we as a country need to change. For complete … Continue reading
Thank you to Business Insider and HuffingtonPost for showing us the true state of our nation’s bridges.
Thank you to Dina Spector from Business Insider for this idea. Here is her writeup called “These Hybrid Animals Will Be Created Because Of Climate Change.” Also, thank you to Mail Online, HuffingtonPost, The Weather Network, Smithsonian, and more showing … Continue reading
Credit for this project goes to Nickolay Lamm from StorageFront.com. For complete set of images and captions please email email@example.com I was inspired to create this project after walking around New York City in 95 °F heat. So, I … Continue reading
Follow @NickolayLamm Follow me on my new Twitter for upcoming projects of mine. I conceptualized and designed this project to show the extent of inequality in Manhattan. We all know the some have more than others, but this project, I believe, puts … Continue reading
Thank you to M. Browning Vogel for explaining WiFi to me and working with me on these illustrations. For high resolution images or questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org When publishing these illustrations please credit Nickolay Lamm for MyDeals.com. Thank … Continue reading
For complete set of images please email email@example.com If you write about this project please credit Nickolay Lamm from self-storage search engine StorageFront.com Thank you to Business Insider, Mashable, Daily Mail, Weather.com, Popular Science, The Weather Network, and more for … Continue reading
A big thank you to Dr. Alan Kwan for his hypotheses. The illustrations are his vision of what the future may hold for us and this project could not have been done without him. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for complete set … Continue reading
If you look outside a window, everything seems so abundant. The horizon seems to stretch out into infinity. But that’s only because we see Earth from a limited perspective. If you think about it, we’re kind of like ants in … Continue reading
$34,320,880 is the cost of being Gatsby for 1 year. The mansion and vehicles are fixed costs. The rest are variable costs. So, if you feel like extending your Gatsby lifestyle, you’ll have to increase your variable costs. Great … Continue reading
For complete set of high resolution images and/or an interview, please email email@example.com. Thank you to Huffington Post, …love Maegan, Yahoo!, Daily Mail, Business Insider, and other for publishing this project. Project credit goes to Nickolay Lamm. A … Continue reading