The Zip Carryall by Makr, made from Natural Canvas and Brown Latigo.
This week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org include Star Wars blueprints, alookinside the Mercedes AMG Driving Academy and a Gregor scarf/calendar.
A stopmotion film of parkour by Serene Teh.
Beautiful handmade porcelain sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan.
More beautiful packaging from Skullcandy for the Skullcandy Aviator headphones.
Undef Printer. part of the 'Tra me e ciò che è in me' exhibition, located inside a medieval tower in Grono, Switzerland. This is Squint Two, by Sketch 34.
Folkform's new pieces, industrial intervention crystal glass.
Place Pulse, a website that allows anyone to quickly run a perception study and visualize the results in powerful ways. From the Macro Connections group at MIT.
Fascinating sculptures from Edouard Martinet.
Brooklyn's 3rd Ward's Shopbox built inside a repurposed storage container unit.
'Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design' on designer Saul Bass, creator of iconic film title sequences, corporate identities and graphic work. Co-written by grandaughter Jennifer Bass, and Pat Kirkham.
LUZ shirokane by Naoya Kawabe architect & associates,
'The Street Aesthetic of New York' a short film by Christian Andersen.
Anne Lorenz designed this Apple Tree, an alternative fruit bowl. Love the idea of picking your fruit from this structure in the morning.
Panoramic photographs by Rosemary Laing capturing the framework of a partially completed building in New South Wales.
Beautiful photos of chicken embryos by Michelle Leung.
The Razer Blade Laptop is thinner than a 17 inch MacBook Pro and boasts a 17.3 inch LED-backlit display and a touch-enabled LCD panel next to the keyboard (Switchblade UI).
Beautiful illustrations by Tony Hong. This is from his Treerings series.
Lovely packaging for Burn Card Clothing.
High Wheel by Maider Lopez for the OK Center for Contemporary Art.
BotoxLamp by Drew Seskunas & SAQ Architects.
Mutewatch, an uberminimalist watch that can be activated with just a tap and can act as a clock, alarm and timer. It even adjusts the strength of its vibrating notifications to your movements.
Jewel House in Islington by by Fraher Architects.
The Graduates 2011, a film from It's Nice That showcasing some great talent from emerging talent from UK art schools.
New illy Art Collection designed by Anish Kapoor.
Vehicle for Children by Masahiro Minami.
Iona Cheval Mirror by Pinch Design.
Adorable wooden toys from Papa Foxtrot.
Made Out Portugal's mobile gallery in a truck for DMY Berlin.
'Milstein hall Cornell university' by OMA in Ithaca, New York, USA.
beat.wave is an entry gate by Jurgen Mayer H. Architects. Initially featured at PULSE Miami 2007, it resurfaces this year at Burning Man.
This week’s roundup from NotVentures includes a 100 mile bike ride, some of the world’s saltiest places and tightrope walking through the Bavarian mountaintops.
Delicate wire works by Masao Seki.
Scatter shelf by Nendo.
Trailer for Simon Garfield's book 'Just My Type' designed/directed by Naresh Ramchandani and Michael Bierut at Pentagram.
A DIY Guide to Pinhole Cameras by Chris Keeney.
Charlie Whinney's beautiful wood work include these window displays at Harvey Nichols.
Minimalist stationery for Toronto design studio Clean.
HWKN and Diller Scofidio+ Renfro team up to design a roller-skating rink that harkens back to New York in the '70s.
Patrick Frey's amazing Gregor calendar. A scarf/calendar, it marks the passage of time by unraveling one stitch at a time.
Noma Bar has created a dog-shaped machine to allow members of the public punch out shapes from large pieces of paper to create artworks.
Later this month, Nendo will open a solo show at the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute.
Beautiful combinations of stone and glass in the Cabrela Hous in Sintra, Portugal by Orgânica Arquitectura.
Improv Everywhere's latest project, Say Something Nice.
“Tamiya Put It Together.” A set of print advertisements featuring conspiracies around Elvis Presley, Roswell, the Moon Landing, JFK’s assassination, and Marilyn Monroe’s death.
Short film by Lisa Eisner in which Alice Waters expounds on the inspiration guiding The Edible Schoolyard.