Heikki Leis finds beauty in rotting vegetables in 'Afterlife'.
Heartwork, an art benefit for target house featuring beautiful prints.
Clerkenwell Design Week adds an unusual new venue to their lineup this year, the Order of St John! Beautiful backdrop for some stunning design!
Cassa Rizza by Studio Inches.
Growing cress in bottlecaps, turning your recycling into a hydroponics setup and other highlights from the Environment section at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Crane TV meets Studio Weave (Maria Smith and Je Ahn).
The Forty Story. The story of a boy born on the day Pentagram opened and how his life has been tracked (and kerned) by forty years of Pentagram design. Written by Naresh Ramchandani and Tom Edmonds and directed by Christian Carlsson.
The Bai Dining Chair by Ander Lizaso.
Symtra Lamp by Peter Stathis.
Inhale lamp by Nendo for Lasvit.
Beautiful atlas for the blind from 1837 with no ink and all of the text and maps embossed into the page.
Rambutan Martinis, Kahlua Pudding Pops, and Cupcakewurst are all part of this week’s delicious roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
'One is one...or is it?' cute video exploring the basic unit of math from TED Ed.
Colorful number mugs at the Spoon Sisters shop.
A pavilion with bubbles for walls, fruits grown in juice box molds and views of the solar eclipse are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Beautiful paper cut messages from Annie Vought.
Modern Record Console from Symbol Audio.
De tafelwip, a cute table by Marleen Jansen, which 'encourages' good table manners because you need your dining partner to stick around!
Wevae, a shelf-less bookshelf by Chicako for the Italian brand Casamania.
Craft System by UM Project uses one form in many variations.
Tokyo Bike release artist commissioned bicycles to celebrate their London launch.
Beautiful photos of yesterday's solar eclipse.
Neo, a hammer with a magnetic end by Jung Soo Park.
Cosmic quilt, a reactive installation by The Principals currently being hosted at the Model Citizens NYC exhibition, located at 52 Mercer at Broome Street in Soho until May 21st, 2012.
Aether's Beach Folding Chairs & Table combine an elegant look with a functional collapsible design.
Fluidity by DesignLibero uses runoff from your drying racks to water the houseplants.
A roundup of fashion's finest from Notcouture.
Water Cathedral by GUN architects in Santiago, Chile.
Frankenstein by Inkle, a retelling of Mary Shelley’s famed text for the iPad. The most beautiful ebook I've ever seen!
Audrey Corregan's obviously series captures the backs of distinctive bird species. Beautiful!
Grow in the dark plants? A new discovery by a team at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany will coerce plants into growing in total darkness.
Beautiful music video for the song Østersøen by Ödland. Directed by Vincent Pianina and Lorenzo Papace.
Danielle Kroll's beautiful illustrations for Zodiac Tea.
ZeroN, a physical and digital interaction element that floats and moves in space by computer-controlled magnetic levitation. Created by Jinha Lee, in collaboration with Rehmi Post, and Hiroshi Ishii.
Peter Madden's artwork created from found photos in perspex.
Ryan Enn Hughes's playful animated gifs with sparklers.
Happy 80th Birthday Lego! the tallest Lego tower ever constructed at 105 feet by 4,000 children using over 500,000 LEGO blocks. Located in front of the Olympic Stadium, Seoul, Korea,
The Liar fireplace collection by Borja García for Gandia Blasco. The minimalist framing reminds me of aquariums!
Brand new 'Thank Yous' by EDF Energy ad campaign.
Like a little fluffy dinosaur! it's a two week old Red-legged Seriema at Sea World Orlando.
Flora & Fauna, Dan Hinde's conceptual packaging design for a new brand of Scotch whisky, which included naming the brand, an identity design, packaging and a container.
Alessi's Sbriciola Bread Cutting Board catches all those bread crumbs as you slice.
Core77 on turning old branches into household hooks.
Street Seats, a furniture project by Bade Stageberg Cox for the Pier 94 Coffee Bar at The Armory Show refurbishes found chairs and paints them in taxi cab yellow.
Interesting article from Wired about the convergence of the shapes of subway networks.
Paul Elliman's Found Font installation at the MoMA's Ecstatic Alphabets / Heaps of Language.