Beautiful photography from Bernd Edgar Wichmann.
Cute rabbit pen holder from oodesign.
Impressive, extraordinarily detailed 3D city maps from C3 Technologies boast accuracy within just 6 inches.
Incredible bike storage in a former bank safe in Portland's historic Spalding Building.
One of the most bizarre looking baby mammals, this little aardvark was recently born at Busch gardens.
Cute stationery/packaging by Hampus Jageland for Maud design studio.
Da Morto A Orto by Peter Bottazzi and Denise Bonapace turn recycled furniture into planters. The series name translates to ‘from redundant to abundant’.
Crazy packaging for PureProject Shoes from CO Design Agents and the agency The Great Society.
Letter Fountain, the anatomy of type from Taschen books tells you everything you could ever want to know about printing letters and figures.
Artist Graham Caldwell's work takes advantage of light and reflection to create these incredible sculptures.
So much gorgeous travel inspiration over at NotVentures this week! Where will you be heading? Underwater in the Galapagos? A scenic drive through Colorado? Or perhaps something a bit more extreme?
Stanford Kay's infographic captures the global carbon footprint.
The Art of the Automobile. Discover the car collection of Ralph Lauren at Paris’ Musée des Arts Décoratifs.
The work of Quentin Garel is on display at Musée Départemental de l'Abbaye de Saint-Riquier in Paris through June 5, 2011.
Pampered pooches and the trouble they cause. Great NYtimes slideshow.
Transit Issue luggage tag from Apolis.
Cute website redesign from graphic designer Veronika Goldberg.
work.place is the work of photographer Carlie Armstrong. The series captures Portland artists, musicians, designers and craftspeople at work.
Fun fashion roundup from NotCouture. This week’s picks include gorgeous red ballerina flats, porcupine quill necklaces and the anatomy of a classic trench coat.
Negozio Olivetti's stunning Venice showroom and store by architect Carlo Scarpa.
Cute packaging for Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie by Glasfurd & Walker.
Discover Turin with this style map from the NYtimes.
Beautifully elegant logo design for William & Son by Achi.
Masuya, awesome lawnmower store by architect Akihisa Hirata.
New from Fred, the OCD chef chopping board, for more precision cuts. On page 11!
Donkey Creativ Lab's BOB /Building Block Soap look like legos. What could you build?
Compound by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich at Singapore's Art Biennale reflects on development using traditional building materials.
Rusland Khasanov's liquid font, au revoir, was created by pouring wet ink on wet.
The iPhone 4 will be available in white tomorrow.
Doug Foster's The Heretics' Gate will soon be on view at Camden, London. The film will be projected above water, a vision of hell inspired by Dante's Inferno.
Beautiful drawings by Stuart Kerr, who runs studio Stuco.
Love these skulls by Matthew Day Jackson, part of the upcoming Vahaerents Art Collection exhibition Sympathy for the Devil.
The latest Sugamo Shinkin Bank designed by Emannuelle Moureaux Architecture and Design in Shimura.
The NYtimes' cool pitchers for lazy summer days.
Munich designer Christian Flaccus's amazin pring using Jer Thorp's tree.growth source code.
Cute packaging for Xinti lemonade by Breanna Radermacher.
TCH ACCESS agency's collaboration for LEGO, Build It.
Project Cascade, beautiful infographics help us understand how a story goes viral across Twitter. Developed by the NY Times' Jer Thorp and UCLA professor Mark Hansen.
Videos of the making of custom order New Balance shoes1300 and US574.
Artist Sage Vaughn will open a new show at London's Lazarides Gallery titled Children of a Lesser God on May 6h.
What a week we’ve had here at NOTCOT.org. This week’s roundup includes Star Wars in Iconoscope, nunchucking Easter bunnies and painting with fire.
Incredible installation work from Dan Tobin Smith.
Incredible toothpick sculptures from Scott Weaver. Incredible what one can do with 100,000 toothpicks!
Melting Rainbows, stunning series from photographer Taisuke Koyama.
Cute tweet bird feeder from CB2.
Fire Painting by Sanela Jahic uses this cybernetic construction to set off explosive levels of kerosene. The sensory data glove allows tactile formulation of the fiery image. Incredible video.