The Adelaide Zoo show off thier adorable baby frogmouth.
Konstantin Grcic's Netscape at Design Miami consist of suspended seats.
The Adirondack Firestone Company makes a Firestarter that comes in a stylish stoneware pot and looks a bit like a marshmallow.
Where will your next adventure take you? Get carried away with this gorgeous roundup from Notventures.
'House of Trough' is a dwelling east of Hokkaido by Jun Igarashi Architects.
Stunning Toronto home of Dr. James Stewart, designed by Brigitte Shim and Howard Sutcliffe of Shim Sutcliffe.
Glowbelly Steamboat by Tan Lun Cheak of the Little Thoughts Group is a glass table lamp that can be used to cook food.
Ben Rousseau and Ian Douglas–Jones of extreme design's 'Legacy of the River' suite is a TRON inspired part of this season’s ice hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden.
Packging for El Gaucho by Blendit.
Manifold Clock from Stuio Ve (Shay Carmon and Ben Klinger) represents time in three dimensions.
Bakon Vodka, a superior quality potato vodka with a savory bacon flavor.
House of Ship by Tezuka Architects overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
Anthony Schmitt's holiday tree made from 86 shopping carts.
The Alex Bottle from Nice Reusables with Clean Seam Technology.
Aloof provided the redesigned packaging for The White Company.
ECO shot glass, made from blown recycled bottle glass by Dean & Carrie Wolf (wolfartglass).
Jeff Schneider of James Modern Terrariums gives a glimpse of what goes into the making of a terrarium, from glass blowing to delivery.
Incredible mountain biking video, FRAMED, featuring Andi Wittmann. By by Felix Urbauer set to Welcome Home by Radical Face.
Bik van der Pol's gorgeous butterfly house at Rome's new MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art, titled 'Are you really sure that a floor can't also be a ceiling?'.
The Open Daybook is a perpetual calendar that contains 365 days of art edited by David P. Earle. Each artist was given one day to complete their work.
Daniel Weil created this clock as a privately comissioned gift for an architect.
Packaging for MLK dairy by Depot WPF Branding Agency.
Daniel Arsham's Avalanche, a collaboration with Merce Cunningham Dance Company that ran from December 2-4 at Miami's Arsht Center.
NOTCOT.org Roundup time! It continually blows my mind daily how together we’ve all found so much inspiration constantly! Can you believe its been doing its thing since 2006?
Great packaging for Zealong (New Zealand Oolong) by Designworks.
Light stencil long exposure animation by Pahnl.
Dezeen revisits some architecturally stunning museums.
A peek at House Industries Pop-Up Holiday Show in New York's Partners & Spade. The show even included live screen printing by Awesome Dudes!
nocs introduce their sleek new ns800 headphones.
The CRKT Eat'N Tool is a spoon, fork, bottle opener, screwdriver/pry tip, metric wrench, carabiner and clam.
Didier Fiuza Faustino's Hermaphrodite chair.
Plan your escape this weekend with a few inspirations from Notventures.
Kirsten Rutherford and Lisa Jelliffe (Brothers & Sisters) haunting poster installation “Making the invisible visible” in London is a collaboration with Mentalgassi in support of Amnesty International.
TDK brings back the boombox with their stylish modern 2 and 3 speaker models.
Álvaro Siza’s designed this incredible auditorium for the Universidad del País Vasco in Bilbao.
Boris Dennler's Wooden Heap is a surprising piece of furniture that invites the public to look beyond appearances.
The sake bomb set, now with new colors for the holiday season.
Ardesco Houses in Yalikavak, Mulga, Turkey by Teget Architectural Office.
Aron Fay's conceptual redesign of the Design Museum Shop's packaging.
The posts are looking delicious on Tasteologie and the drinks at Liqurious are quite literally on fire!
Munich La Roca shop in Barcelona by Bailo+Rull ADD arquitectura displays shoes on conveyor belts.
Cafe/House in Akiyama by Makoto Yamaguchi design.
CoolHunting goes on set with Aston Martin as they shoot a trio of 90s videos in Lisbon.
Exclusive limited–edition Bill Amberg BlackBerry Bold 9780 smartphone in yellow.
These swiss army axes come in two sizes.
Engraver José Cruz Guillén Peña in action shows the Pepite engraving method.