Stephen Walter captures the world of underground London, the subterranean Tube lines, bunkers, sewers and more. His map is part of the London Transport Museum's new Mind the Map exhibition.
'Made in Ch-i-taly' series by Stefano Pugliese, series made from plywood with RE-Y-Stone, designed and built between Chile and Italy.
Block 210, a coffee table filled with 210 birch blocks by Jessica Arosenius.
DUS Architects have created 'The Bubble Building', a temporary building created by 16 massive bubbles!
Light trail dresses series by photographer Atton Conrad.
'Type City', a metropolis created from moveable type by Hong Seon Jang.
Johnson Banks' Great British Fashion stamps, celebrating 60 years of British fashion. Beautiful work created using photographs by Sølve Sundsbø of the outfits on live models.
Birds made from LEGO, fitness minded furniture and camel jumping all feature in this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
You Smell, a cute line of luxury soaps.
Respond, a mechanical coat rack from Nicole Schindelholz. The interactive coat rack moves when a coat is hung.
Gareth Evans’ action film The Raid remade with cats and claymation by Lee Hardcastle.
Vahram Muratyan's Paris versus New York: A Tally of Two Cities in 100 Postcards!
Stockholm-based photographer Philip Karlberg creates pointillist portraits from pencils of famous sunglasses wearers for Plaza Magazine.
Maisonnette storage units, designed by Simone Simonelli for Cartel.
The clever closing of 'D-BROS EVERYDAY' notebook means that every time you open or close it you'll be completing an action, like practicing gymnastics, carrying the milk or riding a bike.
Hesus, a stylized steel rocking horse designed by J Key.
Fun furniture collection from the Italian Be+Have design studio.
More Compressed Experiments by Kim Pimmel, set to the Katamari Damacy theme tune!
The Cafino Coffee Maker designed by Tassilo von Grolman, one of the prettiest coffee makers I've seen!
The Stealthvape, a discreet, portable vaporizer that reaches a vaporization temperature of 250°C within seconds.
Buchtisch, the book table, by Studio Voigt Dietrich.
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.