British Birds made from LEGO in this series by DeTomaso Pantera.
Lovely patterns from peagreen.
Illustration work by César Moreno.
David Koch's '3style Table' assembles and disassembles without requiring tools and can be flexibly configured in 3 different configurations.
52 Aces, beautifully illustrated limited edition playing cards.
Nicolò Bottarelli's adorable wooden toys for Alburna. 'Last' a series of three extinct species: Mauritian Dodo, Chinese Baiji and Tasmanian Tilacino.
A Colombian salt cathedral, surfing British Columbia and Hong Kong for art lovers are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures roundup.
Umbra from Roshan Hakkim is a new twist on an ancient timekeeping device, a needle-less sundial using 2 LED strips.
Music video for London by I Dream In Colour created on a human torso. Directed by Emily+Tom with illustrations by Cat Roissiter.
Embroidery artist Evelin Kasikov's latest project, The Portrait Project, 10 stitched portraits.
100,000 LED lights float down the Sumida River in the inaugural Tokyo Hotaru festival. The prayer 'stars' designed to resemble fireflies are LEDs provided by Panasonic.
Co&Co's The Corner Ladder, a ladder that can fit in any corner.
Cut&Paste's Patella lamp made from strips of intricately patterned paper.
Beautiful furniture from the new Swedish furniture maker Snickeriet.
Stunning loft renovation by Lakonis Architekten.
The Eva Solo Grill Globe, a beautiful and ingenious kettle grill with a lid that even has its own integrated thermometer.
Boxetti Private, a bedroom module that contains a double bed, night stand and wardrobe in a single unit!
The Doodle sofa by studio Front for Moroso. The sofa's patterning are doodles by the members of Front from during design meetings.
Interesting garden designed by asensio_mah in collaboration with students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and presented at the 2012 Canada Blooms garden show in Toronto.
The minimalist Aris Wi-Fi Speaker by Industry.
Waffle jelly shots, homemade marshmallow crème and pinata cookies are all part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
The story of the Five Fingers of Evolution gives us a clever way of understanding change in gene pools over time from TED Education.
The Eagleman Stag, the 2011 BAFTA award winning short film from Mikey Please.
Chariot, a cute wheeled tray/side table by Gam Fratesi for Casamania.
Ed Ou's fantastic photos of men jumping over camels in the remote region of Tehama, Yemen.
One Less Drop from Heckler design saves your power cords from slipping to the ground.
Keisuke Tsubakimoto's fork design that looks like a hand, even including a thumb!
Music video for 'Get By' by Delta Heavy directed, produced, animated by Ian Robertson capturing the destruction of classic boardgames.
Colleen Whiteley's Hold on Tight shelf.
Jer Thorp and John Underkoffler's Exo, a visualization tool for exploring the nearly 2,300 exoplanet candidates that have been so far identified by NASA's Kepler mission.
Mark van der Gronden's Krattenkast, a storage unit using industrial plastic crates together with steel frames produced by Lensvelt.
Cute illustrations from the portfolio of Anny Wong.
Dream from 'The Glide'. Beautiful underwater video with images by Jon Frank and music by Richard Tognetti.
Monarchy, a rocking chair by Yiannis Ghikas.
Miquel Mariné Núñez and César Rueda Boné's Centro Infantil del Mercado, a school created in a former market hall. Love the integrated slide!
GraphDesign&'s typographic experiment plays with type and layout in their ludic edition of Great Expectations.
Nick Veasey applies his xray technique to the world of fashion.
The minimalist Gru towel rail by Marco Guazzini for ex.t.
The Jewel caterpillar (Acraga coa), a very unusual almost transulcent looking caterpillar spotted in Mexico.
More new work from Carl Kleiner, the Sony Made of Imagination series. Set design by Lighting and Kinglyface.
'When I grow up' an adorable animated film from Jasmin Lai about a little girl who doesn't know what she wants to be.
The Flying Hovercraft, for cruising on the water or taking off up into the air.
A beautiful new take on the climbing wall, a postcard creating Rube Goldberg machine and piles of baby scorpions are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
The House in Zushi by Takeshi Hosoka.
Julien Salaud's Grotte Stellaire installation at the Palais de Tokyo.
Beautiful backgammon (and checkers) sets from Frederick & Mae.