Inspired by the texture and dynamism of varying lengths of organ pipes, this modern collection is composed entirely of half-inch PVC conduit. Organ furniture from BRC Designs.
Ivy bike lock from Sono Mocci is one of the finalsits of the Seoul Cycle Design Competition.
Magnetically attached lamp inspired by those used in garages. 'Magnetic' from Luz Difusion.
Say exactly what you mean with these letterpressed fill in the blank cards.
Vadoinmessico, “In Spain” by director Kent Hugo
Italian design gallery Secondome have launched their new collection of glassware at Maison & Objet in Paris
Ryan Hays - Untitled Biological Landscape series. 2008.
New year holidays approach in big steps! For this occasion, Charles Heidsieck reveals his casket previewed in a collectible: a waterproof leather cooler!
Rockett St George introduces the “Traditional Tattoo Kitchen Roll” for when a plain white roll just won’t do.
Hayon's exhibition "Moving Ideas" as Scenes d'Interieur designer of the year 2010, at the Maison et Objet in Paris.
Portal 2 ~ the trailer is beautiful! and looks amazing!!!
These beautiful objects are the work of Andrew Beaumont, who has just recently graduated from the University of Plymouth with a first class honours degree in 3D design.
Amazing Bigfoot solo show, Ominous Compositions from the Magic Mountains at Hurley’s )( Space - from smoke monsters to greet you, garage monsters, murals, and amazing woody pieces!
The new Marecucina kitchen concept from Alno is perfect for sea lovers looking to bring a nautical theme into the kitchen.
'Measuring Angst' sculpture by Jonathan Schipper.
'INUKSHUK' by Dewa Bleisinger for Troika. Puzzle and multi-functional desk object, made up of 5 magnetic stones desk magnets.
'If you could' wood bench by Damien Poulain and Jorre van Ast.
'Num' animation video by Andrey Nepomnyaschev.
'Logo Tourist ' serigraphy on paper art project by Risto-Jussi Isopahkala. Logotourist mixes iconic landmarks and commercial logos. It features logos from the hundred most valuable brands.
'The Eggbot' by Evil Mad Science is an open-source art robot that can draw on spherical or egg-shaped objects from the size of a ping pong ball to that of a small grapefruit.
'panoptICONS' project video by Thomas Voor 't Hekke and Bas van Oerle. Camera birds - city birds with cameras instead of heads - were placed throughout the city centre of Utrecht.
“The art of tasting” by designer Kacper Hamilton. Modern work for Ballantine's 12yo with carafe and glasses form transparent pyramid.
'"WRONGWRITEORWRONG'' THE GADGET' by graffiti artist Daniel Tagno.
Converse Spark Creativity Exhibit
Artworks made out of old and worn out shoes.
This is one entry that was remarkable, the title suit very much "PEGASHOES"
Pentax Optio cameras x Nanoblock.
'A shark in my soup' porcelain soup bowl by Apostolos Porsanidis for Industreal.
For next winter BMW comes up with this big toy for kids from 3 to 5 years. The scaled down model of the BMW M3 GT2 is available as pedal car or with a small e-engine.
The new Pircher Evergreen outdoor collection *almost* makes me wish summer wasn't ending.
sugar cubes at the shape of Roman numbers, each sugar cubes consist one, two or three sugar spoons.
IM is a series of porcelain bracelets that are handpainted on the inside. Every motif is limited to 3 pieces only. Great idea by german designer Christian Metzner.
Since the debut of Batman on screen in 1943, the Caped Crusader has gone through transformation after transformation, costume change after costume change, some more subtle than others.
Takashi Murakami Exhibition at the Château de Versailles as photographed awesomely by Flickrer, ganymede2009.
The Tip Tank chair by Japanese designer Yoshi Yasuda is an inimitable piece made from original aircraft wingtip tanks.
A duffel bag made from a firefighter's retired turnout jacket is a very cool reuse of materials.
With services and amenities – bars, lounges, restaurants etc. – matching those of a five star hotel, Tokyo's The Soho is an office complex you may never want to leave. We can’t quite work out whether that’s a good thing or not.
Nice short documentary on the inner workings of Threadless.
Inspired by the 18th century English garden "follies", German Architects Baumhauer have completed FOLIE, a romantic and abstract wooden shelter.
Maude Bussière designed a nice way to pack seeds in a small envelop that becomes a label for the ground seedling identification.
Brand new print of an illustration called 'Starman', by Zara Picken.
'Boil Buoy' from Quirky. "Just place Boil Buoy in your pot of water, turn up the heat, and wait for the ringing chime to let you know your water's ready to go."
Sixty paperweights by Enzo Mari
Belgian artist Arne Quinze’s Red Beacon in Shanghai is typically unrestrained, with 55 tonnes of wooden planking, seemingly slung in fury at a canopy structure.
Aquamass - the celebrated manufacturer of portable spas - presented a new line at Maison & Objet 2010, signed by Xavier Lust, Matali Crasset, and Alain Berteau.
Eungi Kim's 'Horsey' is an attachable bicycle ornament/accessory which makes one's bicycle look like a horse. Shortlisted for the 'Seoul Cycle Design' competition.
Danielle Davis's clever and simple packaging of Nut Butters for Mills & Co.
Anish Kapoor's "Turning the World Upside Down" at the Kensington Gardens from September 28th, 2010 to March 13th, 2011.