3D lettering from Tolga Girgin.
Origami from Steven Casey including a dog series, Australian fauna and more.
Sebastian Errazuriz's Samurai Cabinet made from 400 individually movable keels.
Exobiotanica - botanical space flight by Azuma Makoto puts bonzai in space.
A look inside London's newly reopened Imperial War Museum from Foster + Partners.
The Plasma Studio's Schäfer Roofscape.
Beautiful hive structures from Ren Ri, a Beijing-based beekeeper and artist.
Handmade ceramic dog bowls by Nicholas Newcomb for Ware of the Dog.
The Attic, gorgeous offices of Flamingo Shanghai, by Neri&Hu.
The beautiful interior of Katsutoshi Sasaki's Koro House.
The sculptural Cesarre Kara Grill.
A new series of paper birds from Diana Beltran Herrera.
What you learn when you put a baby mammoth in a 3-D scanner. Researchers use computed tomography to take a look inside two mummified baby mammoths.
The latest Objects collection from Alexander Wang.
The BIG Maze by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group. Located in the National Building Museum, Washington .
Waves of grain from Keith Skretch. The strata-cut animation was created by planing down a block of wood one layer at a time, photographing it at each pass.
Fireworks exploding in slow motion from The Discover Slow Down.
Beautiful wedding stationery and bottles from Bureau Rabensteiner.
Minibuilders, a trio of robots that print and construct larger structures from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia.
Beautiful nursery extension in Paris from h2o Architectes.
The new S-Works McLaren Tarmac co-developed by Specialized and McLaren.
Core77 looks back over 80 years of world cup poster design.
Little mow from Jow McWha, uses an epicyclical planetary gear system with ratchets within the wheels for a more elegant lawn mower.
Beautiful video showing Ernest Wright & Sons of Sheffield making scissors by hand.
Form Scratch, a life size wooden toy house building kit by French duo artists Kolkoz hangs over the Rhine during Art Basel 2014.
The Pine Hive, a beautiful beehive from Jon Steven.
Code Blocks from Scott Robinson gets kids coding by playing with blocks. Interesting physical language for programming.
Small things matter. Product Design students at Parsons the New School for Design partnered with Areaware, challenging students to design an inexpensive, point-of-purchase, “impulse buy” gift item.
A look back at Interior Design by Decade from Harvey Water Softeners.
The Urban Hen House by Lucie Bateman, spotted at New Designers.
Outbreak, an incredible series of hand cut paper microbes by Rogan Brown.
Dynamic Symmetry inspired by crystal symmetry and xray diffraction patterns by Professor Brian Sutton of King’s College London and glass artist Shelley James.
Antler hose racks, fertilizing tea, woolly twine and more at Grow London 2014, the contemporary garden fair.
Highlights from the 2014 Central Saint Martins graduate showcases 1 and 2.
Making our own tooth-tingling icecream with Bompas & Parr and Colgate. Possibly the first ever buzz button, xylitol, malic acid and mint ice cream!
Beautiful spiders on show at the 2014 British Tarantula Society Show.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon design autonomous airboats disguised as crocodiles to collect Hippo dung in Kenya.
Plants, the new app from Tinybop with illustrations from Marie Caudry and a beautiful stopmotion trailer from Kelli Anderson and Daniel Dunnam.
A Visual History of Typewriter Art from 1893 to Today with Barrie Tullett's Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology.
Ice Receding/Books Reseeding., an interesting book from Basia Irland which embeds seeds from the local area in blocks of river water to draw attention to climate change.
Cute installation called Maypole from UM Project for Reclaim 3 during NYCxDesign.
Invasive Species, from invaders to food! Great photo series from Christopher Testani, food stylist Michelle Gatton, and art director Mason Adams.
Fordite Stones Created from Layers of Automotive Paint.
From motorcycles to light fittings, we met Buster and Punch at Clerkenwell Design Week as well and had a chance to see their new Heavy Metal Range. Their Battersea workshop looks pretty.
Core77 take a look at Fiskamin, plastic tableware by Fiskars from 1961.
A new species of skeleton shrimp (Liropus minusculus), one of the BBC's top 10 new species of 2014.