Jumping from number 45 to 20 on US album charts this week, Gotye's Making Mirrors might owe some of its popularity to the haunting single 'Somebody That I Used To Know' (with Kimbra) and its visually-stimulating video.
Le3 invites you to discover 'Golden Tiger'. An amazing running tiger blending into the lights of the streets of Paris during the night. On the video, a motion street mapping with no post production FX.
Market is a multi-use furniture accessory from Skrivo Design based on the vegetable and fruit crates found at the market. Constructed in clear crystal glass, it can be used as a side table, newspaper rack, or for storage.
Ai Weiwei and Herzog & de Meuron who designed the 'Bird's Nest' for the 2008 Olympic Games are collaborating on the 'Serpentine Pavillion' at the Serpentine Gallery on the lawn of West London's Kensington Gardens.
At Millennium Park, Chicago, Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate, also known as 'The Bean,' comes to life with an interactive light show called Luminous Field by LuftWerk, the creative vision of Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero.
For Coca-Cola’s 125th Anniversary Exhibition's Future Room concept, Antilop transformed santralistanbul's Galeri 1 into an immersive environment by creating 90 square meter of 270-degree projection system.
Due in part to poor dietary habits, health in the US has been in decline for the last several decades. This beautifully illustrated video makes a case for supplementing your diet. Created by Alpheus Media for Shaklee.
At the Helsinki café Kauko, the coffee is free, but the experience is unpredictable. A Web site with live video lets Internet users raise or lower the seats and tables, dim the lights, or change the music
Researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies captured a shark eating another shark in the Great Barrier Reef! The a tasselled wobbegong shark was swallowing brown-banded bamboo shark head first!
'The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts' beautiful book using the International System of Typographic Picture Education, pictograms designed to communicate complex information in a nonverbal way, by Marie and Otto Neurath.