Adriano Studio's foosball tables for the Teckell Collection, '90° minuto' and 'intervallo' for B.lab italia.
The Ballavaz planter series from Kul Designs, a system of self-watering modular planters.
Wyatt John Little's 'Bird Poop Chandelier' with playful pendants.
The Sip Panel House by Alejandro Soffia and Gabriel Rudolph.
Top Secret USB, combining modern data storage with old school wax-stamp security. Created by Rob Hermes and Marlies Romberg of Studio Her-berg.
Gorgeous aerial footage of London shot by Jason Hawkes.
Lovely artwork created from tapes and even sheet music, by Erika Iris Simmons.
William Miller's broken polaroid camera takes some beautiful photos in his Ruined Polaroids series.
The beautiful new Budnitz Bicycles No. 3 Honey Special Edition.
Illustration by Martine Johanna.
Biochemist Linden Gledhill's homegrown snow. Watch the snowflakes created in his homemade snowflake-growing machine.
Cute illustrated alphabet print from Showler & Showler.
'Welcome to the Anthropocene' Earth Animation by Globaïa for the short film 'Welcome to the Anthropocene' commissionned for the Planet Under Pressure conference.
Gorgeous playgrounds by Monstrum. Love that whale!
Boundaries of Life and Death by Saskia Kretzschmann based on Edgar Allan Poe’s quote "The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?”
Island hopping in the Galapagos, activities for kids in Los Angeles, and a local’s guide to Istanbul are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Coshell chairs by Tendo Mokko. 'Coshell' means 'to create' in the Yamagata region.
Soundmachines by The Product look like standard record players, but instead translate concentric visual patterns into control signals for further processing in any music software.
Aerial installation by Baptiste Debombourg at Brauweiler Abbey, a Benedictine monastery near Cologne.
Michael Hanson's Vinyl cover with analog light animation translates Allan’s sensorial music into a visual experience with elements of sensuality.
Böhm Stirling 'Movement is Everything', the making of a tiny steam engine.
Awesome sculpture by Nao Matsumoto at the 4 - hpgrp gallery in NYC.
Paper sculptures by Mandy Smith to mark the launch of the programme of The Exhibitoin Road show.
Pantone introduces 336 new colors in 'The Plus Series', for a new total of 1677 colors!
Folding Chair by Leo Salom for Monstrans.
Student Louis Rensch turns the classic angelpoise lamp on its head.
David Irwin on his glossy red stool, Working Girl.
The anatomy of a good grilled cheese, homemade mint chocolate bars and a sip of cherry moon, are all part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Cacomi by Shin Azumi for Itoki, a series of modular furniture.
Sander van den Berg's beautiful video created from image sequences from NASA's Cassini and Voyager missions.
Cute vintage kid's medicine packaging.
Stunningly beautiful tattoos by Peter Aurisch.
A look at the fantastic exhibition 'Brains: The Mind as Matter' at the Wellcome Collection, which captures the brain as a cultural object as well as fascinating component of anatomy and medicine.
Pretty paper lamps by Inge Simonis.
Nikon's extreme wide-angle Nikkor 6mm f/2.8 Lens introduced in 1970 offering an angle of view of 220º.
Four Brothers Chairs by Seungji Mun.
The beautiful, highly iridescent, violet oil beetle. An incredible and fascinating creature with bumbling ways, tiny wings and an intriguing life history which includes hitchhiking on bees!
Dumpster pinhole cameras, stupidity in super slow motion and adorable baby coatis are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Antibubbles! Demonstrated by PhysicsCentralAPS.
Lovely new work by Sanna Annukka for Korean makeup company Laneige.
Fantastic photos of tiny harvest mice by Jean-Louis Klein and Marie-Luce Hubert.
Altdeutsche möbel for Moooi by Studio Job.
Pinguim Rei, adorable set of tableware from Holaria. The penguins hold oil and vinegar and their iceberg are salt and pepper shakers.
Melanie Chernock resdesigns the Metrocard.
Incredible satellite images capturing urban sprawl and the spread of humanity.
The Nothing Lamp by Francisco Gomez Paz for Luceplan.