Orbit Baby introduces the Double Helix Stroller. This stylish double stroller could be purchased as an add-on kit to the existing G2 stroller or a slick black framed double stroller. And 360 degree rotation still works.
Designersblock at the London Design Festival. Here's a look at the press preview of the exhibition which makes great use of the Farmiloe Bldg. Full of unexpected touches, elaborate bizarre costumes, and performances.
The Mercedes-AMG Private Lounge in Affalterbach is my black and white modern dream space filled with automotive and design inspiration set in what was once farm land... and the mural is made of TAPE! Amazing details.
Public Resonance captures the design of a device that allows the musician to resonate with the audience using natural resonance in everyday street objects. Designed by Sam Weller in collaboration with Yamaha and RCA.
Designed not just look cool, the Revolight system turns your bike wheels into replacements for your headlight and tail light, illuminating the ground around you while alerting drivers to your presence.
A beautiful nest of whole wheat carbonara with caviar, avocado halibut crudo, and gelato topped in cotton candy.... just some of the amazing dishes at Culina, a modern Italian restaurant in Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.
Fable, a digitally crafted ornamental timepiece by Gilbert13, displays time in an enchanting way. The dome-shaped cage houses a rotating tree that moves with each second, gently swaying the swing as time passes.
Tel Aviv based artist Maya Landman lovely aquarelle and mixed media works. In her words: 'The essence of my work is the acceptance of human variation through the appreciation of the imperfections in nature and animals.'
Artist Bili Bidjocka and curator Simon Njami have been traversing the world inviting creatives of varied professional backgrounds to write on the blank pages of eight enormous books as a part of their Ecriture Infinie project.
Nasa has released a time-lapse video featuring a unique view of the Aurora Australis or Southern Lights, captured by the International Space Station as its orbit passed 200 miles above eastern Australia and Antarctica.
By sheer luck and an unreliable sense of direction, I discovered Nobrow on Great Eastern Street, in East London. What a gem! Nobrow is part shop, part studio and part gallery and they publish an incredible series of books and screenprints.