A portable stool/shelving system from Noon Studio.
Digital Alphabet in Stone. Great video for type lovers by studio autobahn.
Maximo Riera (who gave us the Octopus Chair) is at it again with this beautiful Rhino Chair that will be on show at 100% Design London.
Parking can be tough, but June Bum can give a helping hand. Cute short films in which giant hands seem to conduct the world.
The London Honey company sources local honey from around the city, cut straight from the hive, honey in its most natural state. A most delicious treat!
Hemiplanet's The Cave tent is a breeze to set up with the use of five modular, double-layer air beams that inflate in under a minute.
Alicia Eggert and Mike Fleming use clock hands to create the words Eternity every 12 hours.
This week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org captures genetic similarities, includes interactive painting robots and the world’s smallest interchangeable lens digital camera among many others!
Delicious London steak restaurant Hawksmoor will be releasing a cookbook, "Hawksmoor at Home" this October. Beautiful cover!
Concrete office accessories by Sung-Ching Chang.
Bluesky Home by o2 Architecture is a prototype prefab home in Yucca Valley, CA.
Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, California, a beach filled with smooth multicolored glass stones. A beautiful product from what was once a waste, cast into the site by littering residents.
Lovely piece of street art spotted on the streets of Soho.
Beautiful video for Bon Iver's Holocene by Nabil Elderkin.
The Compact Café Table by Sigurd Larsen is a minimalist, compact set of tables designed to weather sun, frost and vandalism.
Mark Saporta's 'Composition No. 1', a book of unbound pages that can be read in any order. Published by Visual Editions.
Maison Val d'Entremont by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes offers incredible panoramic views across the Swiss countryside.
Sebastian Errazuriz's outline chair makes great use of glass to emphasize the outline of the chair.
Jurassic Park infographics by Tal Moskovich.
Kicks, protective rubber pads for your ipad from Bluelounge.
A 3D milling machine composed of Lego and a metal drill bit by Arthur Sacek.
Light paintings from Darius twin (Darren Pearson)
The Ride, a stunningly illustrated cycling magazine.
Beautiful illustrations by Cherrill Parris-Fox.
WWF print and poster by Murilo Melo.
Armed notebook series by Megawing.
The Sexperience 1000, an interactive journey through the sexual experiences and preferences of one thousand British individuals.
Reynolds and Reyner's gorgeous logo and corporate identity for the Liverpool English Pub, in Ukraine.
Danny Macaskill's Industrial Revolutions. Filmed and edited for Channel 4's Concrete Circus.
Gorgeous bicycles by Paul Budnitz.
Space hotels, the Aurora Borealis and safari season are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Google and the Sustainable Amazon Foundation (FAS) are promoting awareness by mapping the byways of the Amazon River using canoes!
Overtone singing as viewed through an X-ray. An extract from the material of INLAND, a film by Pierre-Yves Borgeaud.
Dragon's Tail lamps by Kenneth Cobonpue.
Héctor Serrano turns balloons into animal heads with just a few paper accessories.
The Tverrfjellhytta Pavilion by Norwegian firm Snøhetta in the stunning Dovrefjell National Park.
Take It Eamesy, a cute core-toon by lunchbreath.
Russia's Orbital Technologies announces plans for a hotel in orbit 217 miles above the earth.
Function, Restraint, and Subversion in Typography. By J. Namdev Hardisty, from the Princeton Architectural Press.
Renan Ozturk captures the incredible images and story of athlete Jimmy Chin as he climbs Yosemite for a National Geographic feature.
Tantalizing read-unread bookshelf by Niko Econodmidis design.
Sometimes you just want a bit of quiet. 'To a great city' offers a self-guided tour that explores the relationship between space and sound. By composer Arvo Pärt and Snøhetta Architects.
Manuel Lima's new book, Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information.
Kirath Ghundoo’s Mix ‘n’ Match 11 wallpaper collection.
Outline chair from Michael Samoriz.
Mary Edna Fraser creates beautiful landscapes with an aerial perspective in batik. Amazing pieces!