Retap glass bottles are well designed for your daily dose of tapwater. Its organic design looks gorgeous and is easy to clean. In the dishwasher of course.
"Talk To Me" is an exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art that offers a glimpse into the future of communication, as well as a look into modern technology that has enhanced the way we communicate.
Fantastic objects made of wax. Created by Markus Fiedler.
Ozaki iSuppli Gramo iPhone Charger Speaker
Designed for Flux Factory's Sea Worthy exhibition, Constance Hockaday's "Boggsville Boatel" is one part art installation, one part hotel and one part summer water adventure.
More ice balls! We've looked at Macallan's ice ball machine and Muji's system. This is the Cirrus Ice Ball Press based on the traditional Japanese design.
Cocage, a beautiful showroom in Kochi, Japan by Suppose Design Studio.
The Wright Brothers - the first in fly. New spot for Foot Locker created by SapientNitro and directed by Biscuit Filmworks's Aaron Ruell.
Illustrator David Downton is now artist-in-residence at London hotel Claridges.
During August on Times Square trash cans, Hidemi Takagi installed 95 photographs of packaged foods from around the world which she purchased in the small shops of New York neighborhoods.
Parsite Farm by Charlotte Dieckmann and Nils Ferber, a compost system for use inside the home.
Hayden Harnett Bespoke Scarves ~ in an array of sizes, and a choice of fabrics: Sheer Silk Chiffon or Sandwashed Silk... you can put any image you want on them!
The Karlsson Table Clock Book adapts neatly into your bookshelf disguised as an actual set of books. It comes in 2 color-sets; colorful and b&w.
Polka Gelato, by branding firm Vonsung, is an ultra chic and minimalist space in London that offers a special gelato experience.
Smel designed a special box containing the book 'Dimensions of Ambiguity' by Terry Rodgers, a print and a special lingerie garment by the famous lingerie designer Marlies Dekkers.
Ontheplane. Beautiful series of photos by Phillip Kalantzis Cope.
Cats on scanners, epidermal electronics and a plane that can go from NYC to LA in less than 12 minutes are all part of this week’s NOTCOT.org roundup.
A Hit at the Straw Poll, Iowa's Butter Cow Sculpture Enters the Republican Primaries.
Grove collaboration with British artist Ryan Chapman on 'Submarine' a laser engraved bamboo iPhone4 case.
Park and Bond's toothpaste squeezer ~ perhaps overkill? or the ultimate efficient toothpaste utilization?
Greta Alfaro's In Ictu Oculi. Beautiful photo series and incredible video!
Hiroshima Appeals poster designed by Susumu Endo.
Chelsea's I-20 Gallery is currently having a stint as a skate shop during MAKE SKATEBOARDS, a group exhibition of artist-designed ephemera with a Dogtown twist.
London Skyline Umbrella. This foldable black and white London Skyline Squidarella bursts into an array of colors, as soon as rain hits the panels! Brightens up any wet day. By SquidLondon.
To advertise the new Ford Active Park Assist feature, Ogilvy France and James Frost put a canine spin on the Rube Goldberg machine.
Architecture in Uniform, an exhibition curated by Jean-Louis Cohen at the Centre for Canadian Architecture in Montreal.
Unboxing of the new Contour + mini-hd action camera ~ nice packaging, form factor, bluetooth + iphone/android apps let you use your phone as a preview screen and to tweak settings, and storyteller app makes great use of GPS.
Andrzej Maciejewski's Garden of Eden is a series of still-life photographs inspired by old masters paintings. [Ed. Note: go to Works > Garden of Eden to see the gallery]
Ethereal underwater music video for the Rural Alberta Advantage's 'Muscle Relaxants' directed by José Lourenço.
Middle Kingdom's new line of colorful porcelain cleaning product vases/bottles.
New images and details of Apple's Norman Foster-designed UFO HQ, planned for Cuptertino, California. Steve Jobs himself thinks it makes for a suitable spaceship.
The soda chair: a gas-assisted injection molded arm chair by Rachael Stefanussen.
Liquid crystal allows this color changing iPhone 4 backing to react instantly to the heat from your hand or other sources.
Peek at Batman shooting in Pittsburgh... the BatPlane and BatCopter in action! So many awesomely surreal videos of them rolling down the street...
The world's population, concentrated. If the world's 6.9 billion people lived in one city, how large would that city be?
Nano-origami. Tiny origami sculpture by Anja Markiewicz.
Beautiful wardrobe system By Hierve.
Blockhaus DY62, an amazing floating belvedere on an old blockhaus! Designed by Nicolas Barreau.
Cold stations series by photographer Matt Barnes.
Cosmographies were mental maps for medieval cartographers. These contemporary maps made by spanish designer Carlos Romo question the insatiable need for maps today.
La Source Bains Nordiques, a spa pavilion on a mountainside in Rawdon, the Lanaudière region of Quebec. Eco-modern architecture by Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement .
Great photos of Linton Zoo's 2 month old mongoose lemur baby, Tia.
This clock offers a different perspective on time: every angle creates a new experience, with an emphasis on the inseparable elements of time and light. By Leff Amsterdam.
Beautiful film for Indian made Oxelo skateboards.
Bones by Pedro Nakazato Andrade, an orthopedic cast with sensors for capturing muscle activity.
Kickstarter for desktop jellyfish tanks from Jellyfish Art.