New Pentax Q. World's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens digital camera.
Google and the Sustainable Amazon Foundation (FAS) are promoting awareness by mapping the byways of the Amazon River using canoes!
Mix It Up: The Ultra-Modern Hoerboard Scomber Mix DJ Stand.
Overtone singing as viewed through an X-ray. An extract from the material of INLAND, a film by Pierre-Yves Borgeaud.
Sutsu x Jake Blanchard Mural at Social Enterprise Skatepark.
Four simple wooden elements and a cotton cord give rise to two different stools, that can be assembled in many different ways, able to create each time a new object. A project by Studio Blitzkrieg.
The Howard Greenberg gallery will show Edward Burtynsky's work in October. This is Burtynsky 'Manufacturing #17'. (2005)
New York Scaled - CityFabric's Debut Exhibition in NYC featuring a 26' long Manhattan Island at 1": 300' scale.
Each of the rooms at Tubohotel in Tepoztlán, Mexico, is housed in giant concrete drainage pipes - by T3arc.
Lego VW Camper Van - A re-creation of the T1 Camper from 1962 with 1,322 pieces of Lego. Including a T-Shirt in the window that says 'Make Lego models, not war'. Peace.
Dragon's Tail lamps by Kenneth Cobonpue.
Héctor Serrano turns balloons into animal heads with just a few paper accessories.
The Tverrfjellhytta Pavilion by Norwegian firm Snøhetta in the stunning Dovrefjell National Park.
Three piece Clouds Coffee Table Set designed by Mark Hark.
3am photoshoot with the Bentley Supersports Convertible ~ under the bright moon and stars, pch down below, and overlooking endless ocean. A fun look at how differently Shawn and I interpreted the car.
Check out this behind-the-scenes visit with Philly-based, history-inspired design duo Heads of State!
'Anouk' - a new chair designed by Karim Azzabi for Italian furniture firm Arflex.
Take It Eamesy, a cute core-toon by lunchbreath.
The Local Element: Inside the Seattle Home of Art Collectors John and Shari Behnke
Russia's Orbital Technologies announces plans for a hotel in orbit 217 miles above the earth.
Function, Restraint, and Subversion in Typography. By J. Namdev Hardisty, from the Princeton Architectural Press.
Superhero Dinosaurs. Avengersaurs and X-Dino posters, add them to your comic decor.
Renan Ozturk captures the incredible images and story of athlete Jimmy Chin as he climbs Yosemite for a National Geographic feature.
Tantalizing read-unread bookshelf by Niko Econodmidis design.
Sometimes you just want a bit of quiet. 'To a great city' offers a self-guided tour that explores the relationship between space and sound. By composer Arvo Pärt and Snøhetta Architects.
Manuel Lima's new book, Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information.
UAE’s 1st Gold Bullion Coin Unveiled.
'Nest' is an incredibly narrow home in Antwerp. Four meters by twelve meters deep! Amazing what could be done in the space. By CSD architecten.
Kirath Ghundoo’s Mix ‘n’ Match 11 wallpaper collection.
Outline chair from Michael Samoriz.
Mary Edna Fraser creates beautiful landscapes with an aerial perspective in batik. Amazing pieces!
A-frame plant hanger from Poketo.
First look of the beautiful Clyfford Still Museum in Denver. By Allied Works Architecture.
Lovely series of drawings by Cesar Del Valle.
Benjamin Grosser's Interactive Robotic Painting Machine.
Patricia Piccinini with Vespa-inspired sculptures.
Yoshihiko Satoh takes mass-produced goods and alters or multiplies them to 'unleash the energy residing in their function and shape'.
Single hook by Pedersen + Lennard.
Handmade Bone Guitar Picks by Christophe Brossard.
Mothers believe their children are little angels, especially on this stool. By Furf Design Studio.
Gloss finish steel bookends, or 'book endings' as we like to call them. Inspired by film endings. Made in England.
Picnic Table by Michael Beitz. Created at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha.
Interesting visualization of estimated US Energy use in 2009.
MakerBot sends Stephen Colbert's head to space!
Karina Smigla-Bobinski's ADA – Analog Interactive Installation. A Helium-filled kinetic drawing sculpture.
Ulric Collette from Quebec/Canada created a project exploring genetic similarities between members of the same family. By splitting their faces in half and then melding them together, he creates some interesting images.