Elastic band packaging by Ric Bixter.
Fung Kwok Pan's 'The Color Of ' is a system created to find out the color of anything, by querying and aggregating image data from Flickr.
Alex Cherney's Ocean Sky combines 31 hours of images during six nights on Southern Ocean Coast in Australia.
Making the steelman, a 10 m high concrete bear with pillow under it's arm situated at the Staalmanpleinbuurt, Slotervaart, Amsterdam (NL).
A bit of Bompas & Parr inspired how-to for fluorescent gin and tonic jello!
Music video for Vaud and the Villains by Steve Petersen.
More is more, a look at the work of Alex Trochut.
Card Speaker, a USB speaker the size of a card-case.
Awesome 3d Video with Kinect and iPad from Laan Labs.
Niklas Roy's Electronic Instant Camera, combination of an analog b/w videocamera and a thermal receipt printer.
This week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org features embroidered toast, bite-sized mixed media, human hair necklaces and more!
Promotional stationery set from the Disperse Team, students from Arts University College Bournemouth.
The works of Jaume Plensa at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield.
Phone-Call Cartography. Beautiful infographic by Carlo Ratti.
'Top Secret' wedding invitation set by Kanella Arapoglou.
Interesting collaboration between Target and The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum of Two Rivers, Wisconsin.
Version-X Design's rebranding and packaging work for I.C.O.N.
Heineken Light gets 'Occasionally Perfect' with this new ‘Open Your World’ campaign by Wieden+Kennedy New York.
Gorgeous owls, part of the Retro Zoo series by Andrei D. Robu.
Papiria, an exhibition by Platvorm & Grob Enzo at the Children’s Book Museum in The Hague.
Give them a hand campaign work for the WWF by Catherine Bourdon.
Incase x A.P.C. collaboration, a minimalist denim collection.
Have you ever seen an MRI of a spider? Take a look inside a tarantula to see its beating heart!
Phillip Bloom's Chicago by Boat captures a 3 and a half hour timelapse on board a boat going along Lake Michigan and through the gorgeous Chicago waterways.
Ordinary day in a wood factory, an unexpected cabinet by Raphael Charles.
Swedish band Rymdreglage's amazing stop motion celebration of the 20th anniversary of Terminator 2.
Wildlife by Hot Tea. Amazing work made with yarn and stencils.
Reson8 by Rob Flickenger. 10 cameras + 1 Tesla coil = 70 megapixel bullet time lightning.
More highlights from Show RCA 2011! Robert Ware’s Repository of the Eternal Now, a project that explores techniques whereby information is translated from digital to physical.
Beautiful interiors at the Agbaria House by Ron Fleisher.
Beautiful visualizations of the spread of information through twitter. This is a look at tweets from Japan following the earthquake.
It’s Friday and time to start getting ready for the weekend! Where are you heading? This roundup from NotVentures is full of inspiration whether you’re after a beachside idyll, death-defying coaster tour or America’s best hikes.
Sumptuous roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Erwin Wurm's sculptures on display at Middelheim Museum of Antwerp, Belgium.
Left Hand Make has a cute swing called Soar.
Carnovsky's new jungle-inspired series 'La Selva' at London's Jaguar Shoes from 28 July - 21 September.
BERG rethinks the receipt for Icon magazine.
More fun from the architecture dept at Show RCA 2011! My favorite, most unexpected piece was this gorgeous chair by Laura Georgina Smith! The chair is one of the products made at the Hackney Factory.
FREITAG introduces the new F49 FRINGE backpack with this fun little documentary.
Roofers containers by Studio Koya's Shota Aoyagi.
Lernert & Sander's Natural Beauty. The duo apply 365 layers of makeup to model Hannelore Knuts in one day to see how much is needed to go from a natural look to an outrageous one.
Greeting cards from Angela Adams and Egg Press.
Sebastian Errazuriz's The Day Cows Fly saves a cow from slaughter and creates a sanctuary high above the city of Santiago.
Arm rest by Peter Marigold for ARCO.
Incredible hydroelectric power station, in Kempten, Germany by Becker Architekten.
Moldy toast? Not quite, it's a bit of toast embroidery from Judith G. Klausner.