A floating house for a salmon farm in southern Chile. It helps reduce the human footprint. The hotel floats on a big block of floating concrete. By Sabbagh Arquitectos.
The newly renovated A.P.C. store in Japan, by famous Wonderwall architects, came out incredible. By the same architects that did the Uniqlo store in NYC, and it is balanced + modern yet still warm!
Although the portable digital DJing device isn't out till feb, you can get the beta version of their software now! Pacemaker ~ you may have to register to get access.
Bandages for the Heart ~ in gold and silver, these bandage pins are in gold and silver with a red garnet blood droplet... come wrapped in gauze, and come in wedding ring form (perfect for paper cuts?)
A branding and packaging concept for sexual paraphernalia that is all about the "Experience" ~ Narcissus
"Dutch/Californian artist Bas Jan Ader was last seen in 1975 when he took off in what would have been the smallest sailboat ever to cross the Atlantic."
Gift Guide Day 2 ~ this second to last guide is all about gizmos and gadgets to help you have more fun taking pictures during the holidays!
Black hole with death ray totally obliterating a neighboring galaxy. So nuts!
A compilation of controversial ads produced by the fashion community. The above image is an advertisement by Sisley, a Benneton company.
The Buccellati Millennium necklace has over 1290 diamonds in it totaling over 104 carats, only one has been made and it costs $2.6 million.
Compelling interview with East Bay artist, Ala Ebtekar. Influenced both by Oakland graffiti and his Persian roots, Ebtekar manages to layer graphics and religious texts to reveal ironic perspectives.
Bloom's fresco loft baby chair wouldn't look out of place next to Eero Aarnio's bubble chairs for mom and dad.
Rankin's Eyescapes are incredible ~ i can't even imagine how amazing it would be to stare into these as large prints...
The Circle Project by Richard Sarson using a compass and pigment ink on 70gsm Cylus Offset. It makes me miss my Spirograph.
The Original Social Network - truly free and open for everyone to use... a christmas awakening from the team at Bam Creative.
N-Blox is a proposed residential building in Toronto, Canada by Quadrangle Architects.
The quietest place on Earth.
Amazing new holiday theme on A.viary.com
this special basketball item is made for celebrating the 23rd generation of air jordan
Holiday-O-Matic... like a slot machine, BUT FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Noé Noviant design this cool and cute chair wich can be easily linked with other ones.
STEVE JOBS AT HOME IN 1982 — “This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.” (creepy.)
The Kitsuné Noir you shouldn't eat: Black Sesame Ice Cream Candle a la sesame street (tip: follow the fox to access more of their wonderful music and nice clothes)
Nick Foley's Pear Light tree even lets you pick the magnetized fruits off their charging branches for portable lighting. The only thing missing is a robot partridge.
"2side" — has united two kinds of plates ~ by aleksey beyalov
Gift Guide Day 3 ~ Musical Gadgetry to accompany the many mp3 players everyone already has...
feebee is Japanese female graphic artist, who is recently getting a lot of attainment all over the world.
Adidas' founder Adi Dassler had his parents in mind when designing these cool cookie cutters ~ they wanted him to be a baker.
Casey Sheehan updates his site with new projects. Nice interactive touch-screen
This set of mega structures are placed in a very arid housing eviroment. They act as trees that can control the surrounding climate trough natural ventilation, also providing shade and a rich public space.
The Chimera bC16 is a self-contained analog patch sound synthesizer packed into a case roughly the of a compact disc.
Simple typography on the latest affordable ($25-44) canvas reusable shopping bag ~ this time by Beau Soleil, and it even has pockets inside and out!
Final review on Pleo after he hung out here for the last two weeks ~
Tub tattoos (stickers) for your bathtub. Reenact Herman Melville's classic book Moby Dick in the comfort of your own bathtub!
All I want for Christmas is this Swash buckle from veer. They have some other clever merch, but this is my personal favourite. [Editor's Note: also NotCouture #973]
For all of us who mourn the loss of this beloved childhood friend.
Gift from the amazon! I just received some amazonian craftiness at its finest... incredible brazil nut carvings, spear tips, and more...
These cube and bunny cord organizers are two unique ways to keep your cables and cords looking neat and tidy.
Impulse buy of the moment ~ $5 on Sonic the Hedgehog for my ipod! Ahhhh nostalgia.
Kenn Munk sent out some awesome DIY xmas tree snail mail cards this year!
You know your brand has made it when other people are making tshirts and proudly admitting their addiction to your sites! Facebook ~ is it like crack for you?
I wish the view outside my office looked this cool: byung hoon choi gave a tour of his studio and workshop, showing off his prototypes, final products and his workspace to designboom
We heard you needed a goat? Here is a little stop motion video created to wish people happy holidays and support a good cause.
The IVY external hard disk drive shows on an OLED screen what's inside with pink squares. The more the square is large, the more the file size is important.
Strong and effective words for this WWF campaign. Creativity by Ogilvy & Mather, Bangalore, India.
Flow 5.0: a mashup of Art & Technology. Take hundreds of fan, stick them together, give them a sound and movement sensor and make people interact.