Charring whisky barrels by flamethrower, walking into a storm of whisky, sipping whisky with glacial ice and an all signing, all dancing feast for Symphony in Blue with Johnnie Walker.
The Diatomist, a documentary by Matthew Killip about Kalus Kemp, a master of the Victorian art of diatom arrangement.
Crank Grinder and Bird Mill by Cas Holman.
Architecture for cats. To raise funds for animal charity FixNation, LA based architects created a series of cat houses for a "Giving Shelter" fundraiser.
Composers in beer by Gustav Almestål.
Food art from Anna Keville Joyce & Agustín Nieto.
FURTIF Evercut knives from TB Groupe made with titanium carbide laser bonding to stainless steel.
Allies and Morrison's concrete-clad studio for the Rambert Dance Company.
Flash by Eley Kishimoto with 2MZ and Studio db appears at Brixton tube station.
Tool The Bookworm Quill from Tom Dixon.
A giant word search that contains every word written by Jorge Luis Borges by Daniel Temkin and Rony Maltz.
Barber Osgbery: Double Space for BMW at the V&A for LDF 2014.
James Victore takes us on a type safari of New York City.
A robotic hand designed to explore the deep sea from the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence in Bremen.
Fun visual identity for Barba by Negra Nigoevic and Filip Pomykalo.
Birds of a Feather, photo series capturing pet birds staged against complementary vintage wallpaper, by Claire Rosen. Her series The Fantastical Feasts is worth a look too!
Ivan Pivovarov's sugar for everyday, inspired by a horse's love for sugar cubes, it offers a cube for every day on the calendar.
Mastodons from Wodibow made from blocks of solid wood and assembled from 22 pieces. This is Groso the bear.
It's Nice That meets Roxy Paine, who carves incredibly complex everyday objects from wood.
Bernhard Lang's aerial photos capture the organized beauty of the Italian Beach Resort, Adria.
Anna Von Mertens creates beautiful quilts using scientific phenomena.
Leatherman's By the Numbers series of travel friendly pocket tools.
Shadowing, by designers Jonathan Chomko and Matthew Rosier brings shadows to life in Bristol as part of the International Making the City Playable Conference.
Foldable metallic sculptures from Poligon (Rodrigo Solorzano and Matthew White).
The Humo Ashstray by Studio Nocc (Juan Pablo Naranjo and Jean Christophe Orthlieb) for Designer Box number 14.
Juxtapoz visit the studio of artist Kevin Earl Taylor.
Editorial illustration by Martin Ansin.
Power of Optics, a Rube Goldberg machine created for Hikari, high-speed optical internet that uses light and magnifying glasses.
Maurie Novak's Prism Table with a rainbow design created in elastic.
Random House release lost stories from Dr. Seuss, Horton and Kwuggerbug and more Lost Stories.
Attack of the Giant Fingers! Capturing all those amateur photographic intrusions, The new book "In almost every picture 13" by Erik Kessels.
Penhaligon window display by Al-Jawad Pike as part of the RIBA Regent Street Windows Project 2014.
Arrangements, compositions beautifully and methodically organized and photographed by Emily Blincoe.
Photographer Traer Scott's new book "Nocturne: Creatures Of The Night" featuring a host of nocturnal animals.
Wired take a look at how a Crayola Crayon is made in Process Crayola.
A23D, a 3D-printed letterpress font from 2-Type and New North Press.
Yuma Kano created this installation of 36445 screws nailed into a large board and installed at Mannenbashi Park Building to represent Japan's industrial heritage.
Highlights from the 3D Print Show in London, including printing with plants, printing food and more.
The revolving brass keyring from Buttonworks is a recreation of an 1800s design using rotating discs.
Walk This World by illustrator Lotta Nieminen.
Frank Howarth creates stop motions of the creation of his creations in wood.
Alex Gendler explains how languages evolve with illustrations from Igor Coric from Ted Ed.
Zupagrafika's modern packaging for jenga using the Poznan University of Economics' Collegium Altum tower.
Just add water campaign for Faber-Castell by Ogilvy & Mather, Hong Kong.
Cliff House, a conceptual design by Modscape that clings to a cliff on the south-west coast of Victoria.
Identity designer Iancul (Iancu Barbarasa)'s playful Drawriting project turning thoughts and letters into visual puzzles in drawriting.