Mercedes Benz Left Brain/Right Brain ads ~ beautiful graphics out of Y&R Interactive Tel Aviv
Core77 has a new visual book review of Rian Hughes latest Cult-ure: Ideas Can Be Dangerous!
Preview Salone del Mobile 2011 | Patricia Urquiola for Moroso
Illustrator Stevie Gee's latest show Dead Clams Forever. Inspired by Surf and Kung- Fu.
Five Salvador Dali original tarot cards are going on sale in London
Teardown of MacBook Pro Early 2011
Playtype foundry and concept store in Copenhagen by e-Types.
"What Came First" A sculpture made from eggshells. New personal project by Kyle Bean.
Uniform design agencies philosophy narrated by Johnny Ball - the animated story of a branding process creating successful brands and happy clients time and time again.
Tokujin Yoshioka Moon chairs for Moroso ~ gorgeous chairs, but the watercolor sketches inspiring them are stunning! See them all...
Awesome 3D gifs, this still shot can't do it justice!
What actually happens when they add Passport Pages? I just got mine back, and here is a peek at the frankensteined results!
Photos from Ian Schrager's new series, The EDITION hotels. Waikiki Beach, Hawaii.
Earlier this month in New York City toy brand Mattel launched Barbie's latest incarnation - an architect!
Mikey Burton's stationery designs for a company called Detonator.
1950s cocktail set in wafer-thin glass, made in Sweden by Pukeburg
Inspired by Iceland. A refreshingly fun tourism campaign.
Gauthier offered its clients a beautifully packaged glass bottle for the new year.
Mary Blair + vintage album covers + Internet memes + NASA Voyager + Lost = Audiosonic Identiglyph
Snowblinded aka Anthony Cozzi has a new print for sale. Polygon 30 is a 24x18" screen print and limited to 50. Printed on high quality 100lb paper, signed and numbered.
Adorable stationery set by Foreign Policy Design Group for Wanderlust.
Amazing oil paintings from a NJ/LA based artist Kris Lewis.
This week’s roundup is full of fun, including a Scataolgue, Hipster Bingo and a bit of “PewPewPewPewPewPewPewPewPew”.
Charming illustration and packaging design for Blue Leopard Shea Butter by Workerman.
The POC Cortex DH Helmet is equipped with the patented MIPS system to reduce the rotational forces on the brain in the case of an oblique impact.
2 Player Productions announces Minecraft: The Story of Mojang.
Designer and photo player with a bike passion, by David Pazos.
Nice retro looking helmets from Viva, design by Who Made Id.
Architizer's Competition Competition 2011 winners have been announced: the best losing competition entries of the year are here, including the winner, Pig House!
Unusual 3D mural portraits made by drilling screws into wood by Andrew Myres.
Lindsey Adelman's modular hanging lights are a fresh take on lighting and are now hanging at E.R. Butler in Soho.
Animation piece created with Manchester design company Young for the Bruntwood Prize for PlayWriting.
Colorful stripes,polka dots and patterns are the key elements of Ali Cavanaugh's pretty, photorealistic paintings.
Frost – a futuristic lounge chair with classical references designed by Danish designers FurnID.
Blimpus is a collection of inflatable designer characters. There is a blank DIY, DIY with sticker hit, and fully printed designer editions.
Kinect Tracer is a path mapping projection project using 3d kinect data to generate visuals. Check out the video!
First interactive storefront in France for the famous brand Repetto. The operation takes place near Place Vendôme.
EightBit.Me ~ you can make an 8-bit avatar!
On the occasion of Salone del Mobile 2011, Dilmos will present a new mirror collection by Ron Gilad.
For Bach, if music was the sound of math, then for artist Andy Gilmore, graphics is the geometry of music. Chromatic vortices capable of hypnotizing the eye and bewitching it with deep digital notes.
Michael Hansmeyer's incredible and complex Doric columns made from cardboard, created using a subdivision algorithm.
Cute packaging for Better Half Blonde Ale by Stephen Antonson and VSA NY.
A first look at the new Herman Miller flagship store, that just recently opened in Tokyo.
'Nouvelle Vague' exhibition this april in Milan will show some of the top young French designers.
Karl Zahn: "In an effort to keep the fantastic art of ropework alive and to solve the problem of overwhelming electronic entanglement, I am attempting to link the two as a repurposed technology solution."
Incredible measuring rod for visualizing wifi networks by Timo Arnall, Jorn Knutsen and Einar Sven Martinussen.