Albatros bookmark made from polyester and a repositionable adhesive, so it won't damage your books!
The S Mahal house in Yangpyeong-gun, South Korea by Moon Hoon.
Cast, a beautiful installation of paperclips by Interstice Studio.
Folio Tissue Case, an unusual, but rather pretty holder for your tissues.
Beautiful herds and flocks by Kristi Malakoff.
Phil Pauley designed a nine floor glass maze, Cubed Maze3.
This week’s roundup from NotVentures includes a Balinese sea temple, foodie secrets in Venice and 48 hours in Stuttgart.
Reé Chen's conceptual packaging for Lumina, a new range from Shu Uemura.
The Story of Sushi, a stop motion advertisement for Bamboo Sushi created with handcrafted miniatures. Directed and photographed by Vincent Peone.
A really close look at the diamond weevil's iridescent patterns created by pits of scales with diamond like structures.
"A Ride of Death", a 1940's reminder of bike safety.
Advert for the Guardian's open journalism imagines how we might cover the story of the three little pigs in print and online.
The Endy series from Studio Ve made from typically discarded timber's ends.
Inner Steppe, a stop-motion animation based on the work of Hermann Hesse and Carl Gustav Jung, created by Alex Schulz.
Robert Simmon, art director of NASA’s Earth Observatory, on information design and an incredible his res map of America's trees.
Incredible footage of a Lord Howe Island Stick Insect hatching at Melbourne Zoo.
Ultra Creative's beautiful packaging for The Fox with the Golden Fur chocolates.
The "James Bond Theme" Performed By Flying Robot Quadrotor Robots by Daniel Mellinger and Alex Kushleyev from Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.
One of my favorite bits of LIFE footage, rufous sengi (or elephant shrew) on the run set to Alex Smith's Aphid Frenzy.
Sculptures by David A Smith.
Stunning 360 aerial photo of Angel Falls, Venezuela.
Studio Segers' 1m² bench. Elegant and flexibly configured outdoor furniture.
incredible photos of shapes carved from drops of water or milk by Corrie White.
Tweet Tower, a highrise of nestboxes for modern birds.
The new ‘Cyborg’ chair by Marcel Wanders for Magis.
A Shadow of Blue, a new short film by Caros Lascano, the creator of A Short Story in Stop Motion.
Music video for The Naked and Famous by Special Problems (Joel Kefali & Campbell Hooper).
Stephen McCarthy's 'England's Burning' captures last August's riots in pictograms.
Jinha Lee and Cati Boulanger of Microsoft's Applied Sciences Group have created a desktop display with a transparent 3D monitor.
Gorgeous bird ornaments by Lars Beller Fjetland. 'Re-Turned' 100% recycled.
Bear71, an incredible technology driven, altogether different type of documentary about bears created by Jeremy Mendes and Leanne Allison.
Kwon Hansol's easy to clean, Divisible whisk.
Beautiful David Webb flagship boutique in New York designed by architect Peter Pennoyer with interior design by Katie Ridder.
Perfect momos, Meyer lemon margaritas, and luscious, honey-sweetened blood orange curd are all part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Cute packaging project: toilet paper for campers. Clever Camper by students Melissa Withorn, Joanna Milewski , Jille Natalino , Catherine Carmack and Sanyukta Kothari at Portfolio Center.
Lamp shades created from handmade fabrics. Suzusan by Arimatus Shibori.
Light sculptures by Makoto Tojiki.
422 South create complex animated infographics, using CGI to communicate data.
Beautiful illustration work by illustrator Antony Hare.
Unexpected Google Streetview sights, an Olympic soundtrack and a Projector camera toolkit are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Edible silk sensors could detect whether or not your food is still good to eat.
Kit Webster's Prismatica installation of pyramid-shaped crystals affixed to an LCD screen and illuminated with programmed geometric animations.
Mass Light, marble pendant from Norm Design.
Playful shapes and textures make up the Free Port cabinet by Martí Guixé for BD Barcelona.
Dukno Yoon's beautiful rings created by a metal structure and feathers to recreate the movement of fragile wings.
Ento. Eating insects by 2020? Fascinating project by Aran Dasan, Jacky Chung, Jonathan Fraser and Julene Aguirre-Bielschowsky, Innovation Design Engineering students at Royal College of Art and Imperial College London.