There’s a brand new cool and cute watch in town, Ninja Time by Andy Kurovets. The little beast has two 'eyes' to show the hour and the minute, while the rest of the watch is dedicated to framing them in a way that looks assuredly ninja.
For 3D printed electronics: Presenting the OpenSCAD 3d-printed electronics library. Conductive thread wraps it all together — no solder, no etching chemicals, noasdf sending out for anything. Included example: LED Flashlight
Sinn Model U212 SDR - uses genuine German submarine steel, a material with extreme seawater-resistance and the highest level of non-magnetic properties and reliable between -45 °C and +80 °C is ensured by the SINN special oil 66-228.
Numerical simulation showing the variation of salinity in the Atlantic Ocean near the mouth of the Amazon River over 3 years. Mesmerizing to watch salt and freshwater mix. Data provided by Mercator Ocean and animation by Mira Production.
As part of Red Stripe's 'Make Art On The Street' initiative, Spaceboy pasted his illustrations on the Newhaven Harbour shutters in Edinburgh, each brought to life through stop motion video by Blac Ionica.
Structural Potentials: A new series depicting the "potential of movement, physicality and strength" according to NYC based artist Alon Seifert. The structures are drawn freehand for a more organic line.
Agency Almasty's beautiful llustrations for Emirates Airlines in-flight magazine Open Skies, about how a large part of the eritrean population lived underground during their war of independence against Ethiopia.
The Henrybuilt wine storage system can be configured in a variety of ways, to store any number of bottles at a precise angle and can be used for either room-temperature storage or for longer-term storage in a conditioned environment.
Internet giant Google will run this shared workplace for startup technology companies that interior designers Jump Studios have just completed in the area nicknamed Silicon Roundabout in Shoreditch, London.
Jónófón, an acoustic vinyl-record-player that uses a papercup and a horn made out of paper to amplify the music from the vinyl record. This product comes as a flat-pack, unassembled, and is the user puts it together for himself from scratch.