Photos of lovely La Galerie Vegetale in Paris, a rustic homewares/garden shop worth a visit.
SitTable from UNStudio combines a chair and table into a single streamlined piece of furniture.
Marks of Excellence is a book by Per Mollerup wich deals with the evolution of logo design from 5000 years ago to our days. An amazing travel through history.
Superego editions presents two new collections:Oro Collection and Bosco Collection designed by Andrea Branzi.
HUGE brain and microchip coffe table/ottomans (?) by Daniel Rohr ~ limited edition, and displayed with brain scans projected above!
A new archeological museum, clad in a rusted metal skin, is situated next to a 12th-century Gothic cathedral in Soissons, France.
Pentagon system, a series of tables and stools by Itamar Burstein. The pieces are constructed from five identical parts that have the shape of an upside down U! Beautiful details.
The Safe House by KWK Architects transforms from an open home to a closed maximum security cube with a touch of a button!
No Picnic's Alma Log Swings! Favorite Milan Design Week find so far ~ colorful lacquered seats in these log swings make them extra irresistible.
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This week at salone de mobile in Milan, Walter, a dialogue with the imagination, a stop motion short by Niels Hoebers is being exhibited at THIS WAY, Design Academy Eindhoven.
Strawberries in felt living wall pouches ~ along with herbs filling a whole tunnel of an entry way! Gorgeous look at Ortofabbrica in Milan Design Week's Zona Tortona!
The Mask of Noguchi, Madam Ichiyo, and Phantom Yukichi, Kasou Pochi Bukuro, envelopes for money.
A cluster of crane suspended Mini Coopers are hanging out in Milan! Certainly one way to make you shift perspectives!
Italian artist Moneyless has created wire sculptures around San Francisco.
Exclusive coverage of New York based fashion photographer Jimmy Fontaine's solo show 'Everything Went Black' at Comune.
Retro VHS notebooks to record your thoughts, travel notes, recipes etc.
The folks at Pysop have come up with Tipsy - an animated bottle of red wine with a French accent - to advertise the upcoming Sonoma Film Festival.
Artist Dan Berglund takes a sheet of glass and paints pictures to accompany Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World in this very cool stop motion animation.
Moneral makes some of the most stunning wooden plates i’ve seen/felt. They really are like eating off of slices of wood… with a perfect plate like curvature... and dishwasher safe! See the details up close!
Cute packaging for Holtz Tabak und Pfeife, Frankfurt. By Graeme Offord.
Timbuktu, a cute iPad based magazine for children.
Envelope paintings by Sage Vaughn.
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Italesse's PRIVÉ BEACH line is beach/outdoor/kid-ready is made of polycrystal and looks gorgeous plus it's unbreakable!
Lovely! Pinetti's Quattrogiga Notebook with a 4 gigabyte USB key as the clasp! Refillable, and beautiful, amazing feeling Italian leather!
Great photo series of Yale's Peabody museum by Paul Octavious.
Up close with the Nutella Esperienza Italia 150 limited edition collection of glasses by ARC'S ~ even better in person than in the renders! Adorable illustration details!
The Bubble Chandelier by New York based Shaun Kasperbauer is a light fixture made up of reused soda bottles.
L’Artisan Electronique, a virtual pottery wheel by Unfold in collaboration with Tim Knapen.
Official animated movie Storm. Written and performed by Tim Minchin, directed and animated by DC Turner.
The iMSO-104 turns your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into an oscilloscope display.
Alfredo Haberli Carafe for Georg Jensen ~ the top is literally a wooden spinning TOP! Such an elegant option to work some play into the table setting...
Classic Botanical Whole Plant Collection by Clinton Friedman. Disguised, faded, bruised and torn. Chopped, stacked and waiting for purpose. Photographed and recorded in their entirety.
UCL Lunch Hour Lecture: Who enjoys shopping in Ikea? Great lecture on commerce and design! Professor Alan Penn, from the Bartlett School of Architecture.
Beautiful watercolors from Marion Bolognesi.
Elaborate bicycle chain chandeliers by Carolina Fontoura Alzaga.
Nate Bolt's trip from SF to Paris in timelapsed video form! All photos were edited using iMovie and the soundtrack done using Garageband on the iPad 2.
Stunning jellyfish photography by Barry Steven Greff.
Great hand welded metal and glass terrariums from Assembly New York.
"From Steel", great film by Michael Evans capturing the making of Soulcraft bicycles by Sean Walling.
This September, Random House will release seven rarely-seen Dr Seuss stories collected in "The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories".
An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of Brandon Boyd's first-ever mural project at Hurley's H-Space in Costa Mesa, CA.
Sam Winston's Dictionary Story Book.
Portland graphic design guru Aaron Draplin gives you a guided tour through his bulging drawers of dirty (packaging) delights.
Michael Eden’s ‘Grey Bloom’, part of the14th annual SOFA (Sculpture, Objects & Functional Art) Fair, which runs from April 14 through April 17 at the Park Avenue Armory.