The Industry City Distillery in Brooklyn, NY, distills its own sugar beet vodka with a DIY distillery set up built in-house with the help of The City Foundry.
Henry Hargreaves' latest series, 'Deep Fried Gadgets'.
First Object series of planters for Casa Bosques designed by Jorge Diego Etienne in collaboration with Savvy Studio.
Hugo de Kok & Kay van Vree's Flatten On, a look at various foods, flattened!
The Great Barrier House by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects.
A look inside the 'womb' of a manta ray! Scientists ultrasound the manta to glimpse the babies inside.
Joe Paine's designs for plants, people and birds.
Raw + Unfiltered, a look behind the scenes at the American Design Club's Raw + Unfiltered at ICFF from Karlsson.
Packaging redesign by Heesang Lee for X-acto Blades.
Celeriac panna cotta, cinnamon applesauce spice cake and the revised bee’s knees are all part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Bitponics, a system to simplify hydroponic gardening. Sensors in your garden track conditions, then sends notifications back to your device to control things such as pumps and lights
The Stream Light collection by Miguel Flores Soeiro for OWN.
MaKey MaKey "an invention kit for the 21st century" that allows you to connect just about anything via a USB and 2 alligator clips.
The HP Tree House tucked away in the forest near mt Whitfield, Australia designed by MMP Architects. What a stunning position!
Kyle McDonald and Matt Mets's 'Blind Self Portrait Machine' creates a machine-aided drawing. The user keeps their eyes shut as a moving platform guides their pen using computer vision to track their face and create the line drawing.
The King’s Cross Filling Station by Carmody Groarke. The group have transformed an abandoned canal-side petrol station in north London into a temporary restaurant and events space with fluted walls.
The Hotel Castell dels Hams Spa & Pool by A2arquitectos.
Bubble-filled hour glasses, eaten photographic film and rattlesnakes like you’ve never seen before are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
'Fingerprints of Drinkable Culture' by William LeGoullon treats beverages as scientific specimens. The liquid samples are allowed to dry before being photographed under a microscope.
City cookie cutters in the shape of the monuments of European capital cities, produced by Italo Ottinetti.
Once Building in Buenos Aires, designed by Adamo-Faiden.
The Rietveld chair remixed from The Dza.
Stunning macro photography by Shikhei Goh.
Beautiful mini-studio by FRENTEarquitectura.
Japanese astronaut and aeronautical engineer Soichi Noguchi tweets from outer space.
What a beautiful and fantastic dinner! Charles Kaisin's 'The fantasies of Charles', part of Art Brussels, complete with unprocessed birch trees, 36 budgerigars and baby chicks!
夜間night* aims to discourage phone use in bed and aid the process of drifting off to sleep. Designed by Douglas Wood.
Paddles, an installation of oars from farm group for a commercial center in the Phitsanuloke Province in Thailand.
A pretty map capturing the hours of sunlight different regions of Europe receive.
Jenni Sparks' hand drawn map of London for evermade.
The Kebo bottle opener designed by Rush Dixon.
Love these chicken footstools from thecitygirlfarm.
The DL2 Euclides easy chair designed by David Löhr.
A barn in the Countryside by Kwint Architekten in Eelde, the Netherlands.
Asaf Alexander's revamped chess set using CAD-modeling software to generate 3-D pieces from sewing patterns.
A look at the solar plumes on Saturn's moon Enceladus.
Very Small Array's map of New York City rappers.
A closer look at the 'steak knife' teeth of the tuatara reveals that it saws as it chews.
Eyejusters, readjustable eyeglasses that allow users to change their own prescription.
Daniel Firman's gravity-defying elephant sculptures.
Cute songbird shaped paperclips, Puhlmann Bird Clips.
In The Rock,a fire station in a cave in Magreid, Italy by Berg Meister Wolf.
Dogs & Cars, cute illustration series from Emmanuelle Walker.
'I am a Camera' by Luke Evans and Josh Lake from Kingston University, who "wanted to bring our insides out, so we ate 35mm photographic film slides and let our bodies do the rest."
Whale-watching in Sri Lanka, breakfast with kangaroos and Scottish boltholes are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Beautiful photos of the process behind Chazutsu tin cannisters for tea and drygoods storage created by Kaikado.