Jonathan Safran Foer’s new book, Tree of Codes has each page is precisely die cut to expose only a few words of From the Street of Crocodiles by Bruno Schulz. Try that on a kindle.
Notre Dame Industrial Design Professor Ann-Marie Conrado has been traveling to Nepal with her students designing saleable locally produceable crafts.
Beautiful, elegant sterling silver spinning tops from Reddish called simply spin.
Stunning public school in Votorantim, Sao Paolo designed by Alvaro Puntoni.
It's always fun to revisit vintage packaging. Gotta love the Chadwick Magic Brain Calculator from the 50s. It never makes a mistake and can add, subtract and multiple up to 99,999,999!
Vision Racer VR3 is an impressive simulator complete with a fiberglass racing seat, stainless steel frame, pedal and gearshift mounts and a LCD and console stand.
Swiss design firm OOS designed this gorgeous interior in the Albert Reichmuth wine store, Zurich.
Erick van Egeraat, Combarel-Marrec, Manuelle Gautrand, Pierre Gautier and Winy Maas designed this stunning building in Lyon.
i-way, an an unusual venue in Lyon dedicated to high end car simulators. It houses18 different vehicles that can be driven using six degrees of movement. Designed by Cyrille Druart.
Kyle Fletcher designed this no nonsense packaging and naming for Classic Muscle, a dietary supplment.
Asylum's packaging for the Chocolate Research Facility.
Pocket Lint's Stuart Miles interviews One & Co, the industrial design agency behind the Kindle, Microsoft Arc and every HTC phone since the Diamond.
Autumnal colors are taking over at Tasteologie and Liqurious this week with their warm, delectable reds, yellows and golds.
Shared space, a circular bench from one 10m beam by Chris Kabel.
The Onedotzero Festival in London included this incredible audiovisual installation of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano by Joanie Lemercier of AntiVJ.
Tiffany Bozic's Confiding to Strangers exhibition at New York's Joshua Liner Gallery.
Introducing the Martell Amber Lamp by Jean Nouvel.
The FB Collection make gorgeous paddles for playing Frescobol, a popular sport on Brazillian beaches.
Prefabs, packaging and puppies, this week’s NOTCOT.org roundup has it all.
On December 4th, the UK's Historics at Brooklands will auction off Churchill's 1939 Daimler DB18 Drophead Coupé.
Photographer Andrew Zuckerman whose stunning photos dazzle in Creature, Bird and Wisdom is back with Music.
Debra Folz's The Whole Story is a photo album with a removeable spine that stands on its corner.
Singgih Kartono's Klock-01 for Areaware.
The Georgia Aquarium shows off their gorgeous baby Weedy Sea Dragons.
Architects Joris De Schepper and Thomas De Ridder at S.M.A.K – Museum of Modern Art in Ghent offer visitors a glimpse at the museum behind the scenes.
The Fedrigoni 2011 calendar has arrived.
Design Museum Boston's "Creative Capital" exhibition, in partnership with the Boston Redevelopment Authority, AIR Graphics and VDA Productions.
Stairs house by y+M Design Office in Oda-City, Shimane-Pref, Japan.
Paris-based grow little terrariums.
I love the blackboard walls at this school extension in Torrevieja, Spain by Dooa Arquitecturas.
Incredible photos of a church conversion in Rotterdam by Ruud Visser Architects in collaboration with Peter Boer.
What Wood You Say means you have have the words of your choice in wood. What Wood You Say stems from the ITSOK project, developed by Sighn. This "limited" edition of 1 million.
LAT – Love.Approach.Together – by Jeroen van Laarhoven.
Relics from Cody Hamilton turns 80's kitsch into elegant statues with a marble white coating.
Shanghai Houtan Park by Turenscape won best landscape at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona this year.
Fiskars' Cuts+More is more than a pair of scissors. It has a power notch for cutting light rope, wire cutter, twine cutter, pointed awl tip and bottle opener, separable, a built-in tape cutter and a ceramic scissors sharpener.
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Basel Zoo have successfully bred Fried Egg Jellyfish.
Motto's packaging for Hamilton Fray wines.
This year's Prince Philip Designers Prize went to industrial designer Bill Moggridge, whose designs include the first laptop.
Gorgeous packaging from Imaginaria Creati for Rhonda Allison's Body Line.
Ikea, the book by Staffan Bengtsson explores the over 50 years of the Swedish furniture maker.
Lolita by Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos in Zaragoza, Spain.
Take a peek inside the studio of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. During London Design week, the duo opened the doors to their Shoreditch studio.