'Inform: Turning data into meaning' an exhibition at the Adobe Museum of Digital Media curated by Thomas Goetz, executive editor of Wired.
This week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious include durian snowskin mooncakes, sweet summery watermelon martinis and a sumptuous blueberry and cognac pudding.
Once upon a time, Ontwerpduo designed a room in a 16th century mansion. The result was 10 pieces all based on fairy tales. Beautiful series with photos by Reluct.
Island by Yutaka Sone at David Zwirner, a map of Manhattan carved from marble.
Desigboom visit '(Phantom) l'Opéra Restaurant' by Odile Decq in Paris.
Yoskay Yamamoto’s Picking Up Where We Left Off opened last Saturday at LeBasse Projects, Culver City.
Cottage Town by Nathan Wierink and Tineke Beunders (Ontwerpduo) turns pots into a village.
Stunning stencils by Dave Soukup.
Lovely design and branding work by Bless for Cool Chile.
BFI Master Film Store by Edward Cullinan.
Lovely branding for La Fromagerie by Yotam Bezalel.
Fishscape Fishbowl by aruliden.
Walrus chairs, skulls made of fruit and a concert of goldfish are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Clean and classic packaging for Saxton Ciders.
Nielsen's 2011 Q3 Social Media Report offers some intriguing findings about our use of social media.
Where in the inventors? Idea submissions by state are part of this infographic from Quirky.
Pneu (Pneumatic) Table by Il Hoon Roh.
Our kid by Daniel Schofieldesign.
Who owns our modern myths and legends? Infographic by Stephanie Fox of io9.
Fortress of Franzensfeste by Markus Scherer and Walter Dietl.
Logology 2, a picture of unique brand expressions that answer changes and are meant to grow with time.
Taschen's lovely "The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm" by Noel Daniel and featuring some of the most famous illustrators from the 1820s to the 1950s.
Maximo Riera's latest animal chair, The Walrus Chair.
Beautiful patterns from designer Anna Platts.
Lego Word Puzzle. Great series of ads by TBWA Costa Rica.
No 1 The Distiller, a film by Made by hand captures a visit to the Breuckelen Distilling Company, the first gin distiller in Brooklyn since prohibition.
Upcycled suitcases make adorable pet beds. From Etsy seller AtomicAttic.
Packaging by Maxime Brunelle for 100% Rond, a macaroon bakery.
Reading between the lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh. Great videos of the construction as well.
Tiny vintage thumbnail planters filled with moss.
Robot wallpaper from Studio Ditte.
Lovely South African travel postcards from Radio.
Denial Hits the Fan, a video from The Climate Reality Project.
Gorgeous letterpressed calendar from Studio on Fire.
Timothy Schreiber's Plooop Chair is now available in Carbon Fiber.
Designboom interviews paper cut artist Bovey Lee.
The Quoddy workshop in Maine, as captured by Oliver Wilkins.
Life's a breach, infographic capturing the data we produce and security breaches.
Joey Ruiter (a.k.a. Jruiter)'s "Moto Undone", a minimalist design that results from "ignoring what makes motorcycles interesting."
A Zambian safari, an escape in the Philippines and top destinations for volcano lovers are all part of this week's roundup from NotVentures.
John Mooney's rooftop hydroponic vertical farm is located above his restaurant Bell, Book, and Candle.
Competition Entry for The Jøssingfjord Center, designed by by NRJA (No Rules Just Architecture).
Rows and rows of Marty Mcfly's Kicks a.k.a Nike Mag 2011.
This incredible 3D drawing machine lets you draw in a different perspective. Designed by artists Ryan and Trevor Oakes.
The official Urbanized poster, designed by Build.
Quiet Ensemble use the movement of goldfish to create sounds in "Quintetto". The movement of the 5 goldfish are translated into digital sound signals to create a live concert.