Great collection of retro art and photography .
The Philco PC concept. Inspired by a 1950’s Philco Predicta television set. An eclectic mixture of modern minimalism, the steampunk movement and antiques.
John Littleboy's illustrated playing cards - the sequences ace to 10 function as flip books.
Ice caves - where ice often melts in the winter but not in the summer. A strange and little visited unearthly experience.
Happy Holidays from Maytag. Music made with a washing machine.
We invite you to be part of a surgical intervention where ceramics reveal their true nature. Beccy Ridsdel // Ceramics stripped to the bone!
Brainstream Design's Folding Chair and Ottoman. Inspired by pop-up books, the Folding Chair is modern solution for nomadic living.
Summit on the Summit ~ super flashy site, but beautiful concept ~ climbing kilamanjaro for charity
The Korean Air Force Academy has developed a pedal-powered aircraft, which uses human power to get off the ground.
Impressive broom pieces by Michael DeLucia from Brooklyn.
Like the trail left by a giant monster, a set of giant footsteps designed by MAD for the Shenzhen Biennale. It´s cute to see how kids play in what could have been Godzilla's mark on the city.
Zack|de Vito Architecture has completed the Laidley House in San Francisco, California.
Small animation made to promote Regard Sur Le Court Métrage, an international short film fest based in Saguenay, Quebec.
Daily Candy goes print with a lovely little free pocket-sized guide to Los Angeles in partnership with Urban Retreats/Viceroy Group. Impressed with the design and awesome content!
Not Martha makes brilliant little gingerbread houses to perch on the side of your mug!!!
Peter Lippmann, an American-born photographer who has worked in Paris for the last 25 years. He specializes in still life, advertising, and magazine work.
Stop Motion video from Radio 1 featuring photos sent in by the audience on Free Picture Message Day
Verena Lang, the founder of Ivydesign's Picture Table. As the name says, it’s a table that becomes a picture when not in use.
Most widely known for his colorful illustrative work, Adhemas Batista just launched a brand new online portfolio website.
Amazing waxed birch plywood modernist dollhouse named Villa Sibis was designed by German interior designer Wolfgang Sirch and sculptor Christoph Bitzer.
Mini-Me, designed toys Group exhibition. manufactured using OBJET's 3D printing technology.
Holiday Feature + GIVEAWAY! Joey Roth's stunning ceramic speakers ~ a peek behind the design, and a chance to win the porcelain, wood, cork speaker set.
Uffix offers some interesting collections, but the most stylish and contemporary is Luna. The top is a large glass dish, which combines very well with the base. Available in various finishes.
Kate Cusack's zipper jewelry is a beautiful clash of swirling metal teeth and couture, forming edgy wearable mini-sculptures. Love this photo shoot by Julia Pogodina!
MOOMIN VALLEY d-torso produced by AKI Co., Ltd.
Love these "Mad Men" photos featured in the Style section of the New York Times.
The Science Channel has created math word problems for the child in us, but with a grown-up twist.
Pixar artist Don Shank also creates original paintings with a great geometric aesthetic.
Now you can take walks on the roof of Riddarholmen in Stockholm and have another dimension you can now experience, a walk in the dark. Walk ways are equipped with LED lights.
Mendel Heit’s new collection of rings. The result is a cool looking detailed bit of jewelery that could indicate the direction modern jewelery design is headed.
Saturday Night Live portraiture by Mary Ellen Matthews
A follow-up to Jared Lyon's first domino video, this new, holiday-themed video has the dominoes hitting bells to play music.
Minneapolis-based Hi Industries (affiliated with branding shop IMAGEHAUS) created a fun token of cheer with its new Toast-Its! wine bottle gift wraps.
Norway has to be the only place where you can find a fireplace this cool... in a kindergarten! Designed by Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter.
The American Museum Of Natural History has put together an amazing video tour of the known universe. Watch it in HD with headphones.
Can you guess what it is? It is NOT an accessory, but a INSTRUMENT!!
It's amazing ads for Pantogar. "Pantogar revitalizer is your hair getting thinner?"
These are some pieces from the set “Invisible Empire” by photographer Juha Arvid Helminen. Although they suggest war and darkness, he utilizes themes of fragility, honor, fear, and individuality.
A novel kind of kindergarten, the Fuji Kindergarten by Tezuka Architects is created as a huge piece of play equipment with the scale of a child and without any walls or corners.
PUMA PENGUINS! They sent 20 of these over ~ and this notcot puma penguin army was possibly the most amazing thing to unbox ever. From window displays to here!
Soo kwon is a recent graduate from art center college of design.
Discover the development and production of the Aston Martin Rapide in the new facility in Graz
CURB has launched its latest low-impact innovation. GlowFungi, also known as DiscoFungi, is a marketing tool that uses glow-in-the-dark bacteria.
The MAXXI Museum previously seen at #26287 gets photographed by Iwan Baan. The views from the interiors are amazing.
Great collaboration between 123Klan & Marie-Claude Hamel from Leitmotiv Studio.
Paper Tiger Products Toddlers Feeding Tools- Paper Tiger Products by Australian designer Anthony Dan are flat packs, temporary structures made from recycled and recyclable material. Easily transport because it snap together easily and quickly.