Andrea Papi created these cute Olympic Games pictograms for Nike.
Pop up gelato shop Dri Dri, at St Martins Lane by Elips Design.
United Nude opens a new store in London's Covent Garden. Stunning interior.
Carzor, a credit card sized portable razor and mirror for shaving on the go.
Gorgeous display in Finnish knife shop Martiini in Helsinki. Designed by Suunnittelutoimisto Amerikka.
A greenhouse made of LEGO by Sebastian Bergne will be on display in Covent Garden during September's London Design Week.
Branding and packaging work for Sourced Grocer by One Iota.
Natwerks Mounting Sauces (Montage Sauzen), great packaging for BBQ condiments.
Boshuko is the latest installation by Shun Kawakami at Isetan Department Store.
Jump mug series from Reiko Kaneko include a mug for the racer, hurdler, BMX rider, gymnast, horse jumper and pole vaulter.
These giant daphnia are part of Hine Mizushima's 'The Unnatural History Museum' that showed at Gallery Hanahou in New York.
Vast Canadian national parks, sandy dunes and underwater adventures are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Lego in space! Three LEGO figurines (Galileo, Jupiter and Juno) are headed for a five-year mission to Jupiter.
Packaging by House Industries for Heath House Number tiles.
Deer head greeting cards from FrenchMelody.
Stunning home near Death Valley owned by Fabrizio Rondolino and Simona Ercolani by architect Peter Strzebniok.
The BMW Guggenheim lab has kicked off its 6 year tour in New York City's East Village.
Rethinking food labels. Here are four award-winning redesigned user-friendly nutrition fact labels, from a competition by designmatters Art Center college of design, Good magazine, and News21.
PBS documentary on light painters Aurora Crowley and Patrick Rochon in an upcoming episode of the new Off Book web series.
Gulp, the world's largest stop-frame animation shot on a Nokia 8 by W+K Aardman Animations.
YSY House by AUAU in Seto, Japan.
Yael Zwickel's Make-a-Table allows you to turn any surface into a table with adjustable cast metal legs.
Summer is the season for lawn bowling. Learn how Bocce balls are made.
The Hoxton Window project, a collaboration between unit9 and visual artists, invited to use the windows overlooking Hoxton Square.
The Momentus Project, a visualization of the most defining moments in US history curated by Evan Stremke and featuring some beautiful illustrations.
A sumptuous roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious offers inspiration for your kitchen.
Tree of Chair, interesting piece from Kado Bunpei.
Gorgeous animal portraits by Carli Davidson. This tree porcupine is from the Oregon Zoo series.
New work from Nike Schroeder. Lovely needlework on canvas.
Time Print Machine by Paul Ferragut. A DIY printing system that uses a felt pen on blotting paper and Arduino.
Do you know the colors of your cartoons? Beautiful color wheel that captures the entire spectrum of cartoons, from Slate.
Modern birdhouses by Nathan Danials.
Beautiful abstract paintings by Manuel Fernández.
Mapnificent from Stefan Wehrmeyer shows you places you can reach in a city using public transport. Still in beta, but fascinating.
This week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org includes raging children, never-ending mobius bracelets, a gallery of regeneration and more.
House in Marupe, Latvia by Open AD featuring beautiful metallic grey timber beams.
Pantone's fashion color report for fall 2011 includes honeysuckle, phlox, nougat and quarry.
Mesmerizing work from textile designer Kaylee Hibbert.
'STAND!' tissue case, an elegant space saving standing box for your Kleenex.
Elise Morin's Waste Landscape, an installation in collaboration with Clemence Eliard at the d'Aubervilliers in Centquarte, Paris.
An electric tricycle, the Vienna Bike by Valentin Vodev.
Beautiful and unexpected Roof Garden Apartment above an old brick warehouse in Shoreditch, London.
New Soho Synagogue designed by Dror Benshetrit.
Test your eyes and your knowledge of 20th century chair design with this cute poster from Joel Pirela of Blue Any Studio.
Icon Magazine interviews Floris Hovers, the Dutch designer behind the boats, cars and other playful toys.
A look at the 'New Assembly Line' at the Ferrari Factory in Maranello, Italy.