Simple DIY Easter garland from paint chips.
The Spare Room at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is a newly opened, chic bowling alley designed by Studio Collective with the creators Marc Rose and Med Abrous.
Pinhole Hasselblad by Kelly Angood.
Screen-printed corrugated cardboard Hasselblad designed to function as a pinhole camera and accept 120 film.
Eero Saarinen's Miller House in Columbus, Indiana will be opened to the public by the Indianapolis Museum of Art on May 10th.
Sprout Ninja from shawnimals is the fourth of the twelve all-new ninjas!
The NYtimes explores Johnson Trading Gallery in Manhattan.
Crawfish Boil with Firefly Vodka! A close up look at hundreds of pounds of crawfish flown in to Hollywood mixed with Sweet Tea Vodka deliciousness. And Beignets!
Home Contained. Debbie Glassberg created a home out of shipping containers. It is now part of a residential area in the Kansas City area.
Healthy Choice - A natural and organic store. Redesign of the new packaging has refreshing colors, and the focus is on highlighting the facts of each product.
Greg Bogin's pop-minimalist shaped paintings are simultaneously full and empty . Informed by signage that penetrates our subconscious they say a lot about our time.
The NYtimes explores how a large old English house can become a warm family home with a style of its own, exploring Dinder House, a historic Georgian building in Somerset, England.
Potting Shed Creations Grow Bottles! Recycled wine bottles into herb hydrogardening kits! And even cooler up close! From the felt wick to the clay marbles..
10,000 digital paintings for GF Smith, the UK's renowned paper manufacturer, created in a process combining generative processes with creative intuition. Here's a small documentary about the digital print process.
'The Stupid Orchestra' installation by Michael Petermann synchronizes the whirring, clacking noise of some 200 electric kitchen tools into something approximating music.
Guildor's Writing On Water in Treviso and Milan.
Valencia-based Santiago Sevillano's 'Ora' and 'Pipe' to be showcased at Salone Milan 2011.
Ghost World’s Rebecca & Enid as Scooby Doo’s Daphne & Velma, a 'mush-up' by Beasts! artist Mr. Ed.
Dorie Millerson's incredible lace sculptures.
Drinks By The Dram from Master of Malt offer 30ml samples of just about everything they have to offer, whether you're after Glenfarclas 40 or 50 year old Speyside.
Behold: the world's first solar-powered wind turbine!
Hatch Design's Egg Coloring Kit (and contest). Such cute packaging on the kits!
3 dimensional objects by Lionfish Design
These 3' to 7' lightweight fabric structures fold into a tube for easy shipping.
Ann Van Hoey is an industrial designer gone ceramic artist who takes paper to pottery, creating ceramic bowls in the form of origami paper folding.
A fun packaging filler alternative resembling paper banknotes that may get your recipient excited, then disappointed.
Happy April Fools Day from Google! It looks like there was plenty of fun putting together Gmail Motion BETA.
The Illegal Architecture movement in Taipei attempts to revitalize the city by organizing and building in non-government-mandated spaces.
The 747 program began production on the first 747-8 Intercontinental at the factory in Everett, Washington.
White O Residence designed by architects Toyo Ito & Associates.
Céleste Boursier-Mougenot's From Here to Ear (v. 13) at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art features finches and coat hangers.
Julien Vidame designed this coffee table on architectural principles, proportions then lines, and the lightweight trapezoidal structure comes in stainless steel as well as different colors.
'Babe' coathanger by young Swedish designer Anna Kraitz for Källemo.
The Complect Coffee Table by Matt Finder combines simple home assembly and high quality construction into a flat-packing table that doesn't look like one.
BAC MONO (Briggs Automotive Company monoposto, or single seat) designed to bring formula race car levels of handling, performance and thrill to the public road.
Nike and Liberty are at it AGAIN! New sneaker collaboration series!
NASA has just released the first close up pictures of Mercury taken by the Messenger spacecraft.
Great slideshow from the NYtimes exploring vintage typewriters and the people who love them.
Perfect for a classic cocktail. 'Jet Set' coasters in glossy porcelain and bold graphics by Jonathan Adler.
The WREX adjustable pocket wrench is a lightweight tool that fits in your pocket and boasts a trigger-lock adjustable wrench jaw and titanium coated knife blade.
Vanja Bazdulj's Rough & Ready series consists of industrial wool transformed into bright stret-art style chairs. The series will be at Designersblock at Ventura Lambrate during the Salone.
Google typographic tomfoolery
Woodworking for kids. This is a woodworking workshop at the Randall Museum in San Francisco.
ThinkGeek's Playmobil Apple Store complete with iPhone display and optional Line Pack (with a tiny Woz on a tiny Segway) for April Fools' Day
Coral House is a mixed-use building in Geneva, Switzerland, designed by Group8. Eye-catching as it is covered with colorful motorized fabric window blinds.
You can brew your own beer at home with a little help from this home beer brewing system from Oregon-based Synergy Brewing.
Fun and functional furniture by Matali Crasset for Danese! Double Side can transform from chair to desk and bench. It will be launched at Milan Design Week.
'Adrift' from artist Jeremy Geddes.The latest of his amazing 'cosmonaut' paintings to be released as a limited print.
If you are in NYC, check out DIG, an installation by Daniel Arsham of Snarkitecture at the Storefront for Art and Architecture, which explores the architecture of excavation.
It’s been an incredible week of wanderlust worthy posts at NotVentures. Discover St Barths, chateaus, how you can have dinner in the sky and more.
Great weekend bag from Killspencer.
Acclaimed photographer Ryan McGinley with his exhibition 'Somewhere Place' at Galerie Gabriel Rolt in Amsterdam on April 9.