CubeStormer II solves the Rubik's Cube puzzle faster than the human world record.
Eliodomestico is a solar still for developing countries, designed by Gabriele Diamanti. It can turn salt water into freshwater, using sunlight. Finalist at the Prix Émile Hermès 2011.
Pure Smoke allows you to make thick, vaporous, ethereal streams of smoke emerge from your bare hands. Used by magicians, bartenders and stage performers around the world.
Spike Jonze has teamed up with designer Olympia Le-Tan to create an impressive new stop-motion video that uses 3,000 pieces of felt, all cut by hand.
A great chat with Bompas and Parr, the English duo who make amazing creations out of jelly.
Using Sequins, plastic, and plywood New York-based artist, Theresa Himmer creates shiny, pixilated installations dripping from the top of buildings.
Dombon-a-tanya and TheBétaVersion pull together an unconventional project for the 2011 Design Week in Budapest.
'Inside the Parisian Theaters' photographs by Franck Bohbot.
Help Remedies ~ a peek in to the large pill filled box, Take Less board book (for grown ups!), and the packaging of their basics for headaches, colds, boo boos and more...
2,000 Suspended Dandelions by Regine Ramseier.
MakerBot artist-in-resident Miles Lightwood makes 3D printed shells for homeless hermit crabs.
'Green Pads' by Luca Nichetto is a shelf for storing plants and flower pots.
Quail egg cakes, dodo cakes and medicinal marshmallows were all part of this year's Experimental Food Society Spectacular!
The Rock ‘n’ Roll birds of Céleste Boursier-Mougenot.
Artist Retreat in Fiskars, Finland by 0 to 1.
Renaud Marion's attraction series captures wild animals and their attraction to the public.
Hitchcock meets Angry Birds in 'Them Birds' by illustrators Dan Eijah Fajardo (aka Dandingeroz) and Pedro Kramer (aka Badbasilisk).
The NYtimes explores how our love of the chambered nautilis may threaten their existence.
Fun children's furniture by Bo Reudler at Dutch Design Week.
On the Corner, a beautiful apartment complex by EASTERN design office in Shiga, Japan.
These bone sculptures by Christy Rupp appear to be archeological artifacts, but the bird skeletons are in fact fabricated entirely from fast food chicken bones!
Snake + Herring wines, with packaging by brainCELLS.
Phill, a restaurant in Bucharest designed by Nuca Studio, has a play area for children including a four meter-high model elephant.
ONE PIG, by Matthew Herbert, an album of music made exclusively from sounds recorded during the life cycle of a single farm animal, from birth to plate.
Mirror cube art installation on Paris' Place Vendome by Arnaud Lapierre for for the 2011 FIAC Art Fair.
Colaboratorium, a collective of ten graduating design and marketing students. Lovely packaging design by Andrea Avidad.
Metalmorphosis, a 14-ton moving, mirrored fountain/sculpture in Charlotte, North Carolina by David Černý.
Michelin-starred chef Nuno Mendes opened his second eatery The Corner Room at the Town Hall Hotel, London.
David Franklin's Delen Memory Table has an attached camera that takes photos at predetermined times so you can create stop-motion of whatever it is you're doing.
Monome Arc, ultra-high resolution optical rotary encoders, with push buttons. high-density variable-brightness led rings, in two and four knob versions.
Australian artist Paul Caporn creates tableaux using ordinary construction tool levels.
Process video from start to finish for Juxt Interactive's work on the Toyota Touch Wall.
Imagine not having to worry about getting a new calendar until 2030! Mechanical paper perpetual calendar by Crankbunny.
Snijlab's wood flexes and folds thanks to an intricate pattern of laser-cut grooves.
'Weight' vases in polished concrete and metal by Thinkk Studio for Specimen Editions.
'Reverse: a space odyssey 2011' by Helmut Kool, a film created with analog techniques and all object movements are based on physical forces within their real environment.
Magi by Pottinger & Cole is a practical solution for the storage of magazines. Integrated handle and compact proportions allow it to be placed against any wall, chair or sofa.
The Zizm’s unique faceted crystal lens produces a refracted view of time on the ZenH display. This faceted surface creates a pattern that continues throughout the entire design of the timepiece, including Nooka’s first silicone strap.
The weapons used for criminal acts in South Africa are represented in 'FearLess'. Huge wooden artworks, a reflection on how fear conditions the daily life of thousands of people.
A look at the House Industries Eames LTR Exhibition at Herman Miller Japan.
Rima is a nice hightech lamp by german brand Dreipuls. With 4 rings you can easily pick the parts you want to illuminate.
The Microbial Home by Philips as part of Dutch Design Week.
Jump associates reflect on what designing the new Girl Scouts Innovation Badges can teach us about raising leaders.
Illustrator Khadia's packaging for the three types of Teatul teas.
These straps are melted in form with intensive heat. This allows the swiss designer Markus Bangerter to create such light but very powerful structures like in this gorgeous chair.
The Jupitris phone charger by Jin Kuramoto for Iida.