Cute poster showcasing the typewriters contribution to the invention of the keyboard, layouts throughout history and variations by country. By Hyejung Bae.
Wataru Yoshida's Composition of Mammals posters.
Samuel Granados makes 3d infographic maps from lego. One side of the map shows the immigrants, the other side shows the emigrants.
Overcover cheese cover by Studio NOCC.
Adorable one-week-old Hoffman’s two-toed sloth clings to its mother today at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo.
Mono chair from naifdesign.
Incredible data visualization of global Android device activations from October 2008 to January 2011.
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The Coleman RoadTrip Grill from Paul Jr Designs. A portable, wheelie grill for your holiday BBQ needs.
Great packaging from Australia based wallet manufacturer Bellroy.
Practice your table tennis skills with the iPong from Joola.
Podčetrtek sports hall by Enota in Podčetrtek, Slovenia.
Saville Row brand Norton & Sons' stationery, finery, and environment by Moving Brands.
Nice redesign of the UK passport from Bibliothèque.
Great antiquarian fishing packaging from the Andrews of Arcadia stall at Spitalfields Market in London.
Alternative Organic Wine with great packaging from The Creative Method.
A warming, golden roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious captures a week of culinary inspiration.
Corinne Vionnet's Photo Opportunties are formed from hundreds of snapshots of tourist locations found on the Internet.
Amazing stuffed hamburger press from Williams-Sonoma puts a spin on the classic cheeseburger. Yum!
Lorem Wine bottles designed by Alex Mascoda.
Chattanooga Zoo's new baby snow leopard cub.
Take and Give rings by Verena Schreppel show the continents of Europe and Africa made from gold plated silver and maple wood respectively.
Ribbon Chair by Tom Vaughan.
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Highway #5 by Edward Burtynsky. An exhibition of photographs for the 2011 Prix Pictet photography and sustainability competition takes place in Paris at the Passage de Retz beginning March 17th.
Beautiful vases by glass artist Thaddeus Wolfe from his latest series, Inclusions.
Core 77's photo gallery from the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2011.
The spermatozoi collection by Dea Luce.
Ole Smoky Mountain Moonshine from Tennessee, cute packaging!
Slinkachu's new solo show Concrete Ocean will be held at Andipa Contemporary in London.
Luna 2 pendant from in-es.artdesign.
Slideshow of the 2011 competition by The New Yorker to redesign their mascot, Eustace Tilley.
What could be cuter than baby screaming hairy armadillos?
Google Street Art View from Red Bull and Loducca aims to document street art captured by Google Street View and create a searchable, multimedia map.
Michael Riedel's "The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog" at the David Zwirner gallery. The pieces are massive linear collages created by copying and pasting the HTML code from websites that feature Riedel.
Illusion lamp by Hareide Design for Northern Lighting hovers above the ground, challenging our perceptions of gravity.
Linje Espressomaker by Oystein Helle Husby.
André Panisson visualized how the news of Egyptian president Mubarak's resignation spread on Twitter in real time.
Sculpture by Alberto Parise and Giovanni Pasini that is made entirely out of paper courtesy of Polyedra. The piece will feature in an upcoming exhibition titled Italian Design is Coming Home.
Core 77 covers the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2011 at the London Design Museum.
The sound absorbing Träullit Hexagon Panels by Form Us With Love are made from wood, cement and water.
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The BBC's rare footage of a Malagasy giant leaf gecko hunting at night.
Super cute Whale Tissue holder from gnomesweeeetgnome.
The Kiss, a sweet motion graphics piece explaining some interesting facts behind one of our favorite pastimes: kissing. By students at the Vancouver Film School using After Effects and CS4.
Philip-Lorca diCorcia's ELEVEN on display from February 10 – March 5, 2011 and David Zwirner on 19th street.