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.
Hiroyuki Miyake's Measure calendar has one cm for each day of the year.
Picture Bios Of Jesus, Darth Vader, Hitler from studio H-57.
VDVT house in Arnhem, The Netherlands by Atelier Boetzkes.
Pilar Acevedo and Enrique Saulle, a New York City couple looking for a change, built a home in a remote part of Uruguay.
Art Directors Club (ADC) young guns 9, a selection of best up and coming talent. This is the work of Sean Freeman.
Dr. Roger Hanlon who studies cephalopod camouflage at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA describes the mesmerizing "passing cloud" pattern displayed by the male Giant Australian cuttlefish.
Douglas Smith's photo series capturing scenes from surrendered homes in the Central Valley, California.
Impressive origami rhinoceros beetle (kabutomushi) by Shuki Kato.
Magnetic Void by James Miller captures the former British United Shoe Machinery Company (BUSM) in Leicester.
Robocup, robot measuring cup set in red or white, from Kikkerland Design.
Covington Farmers Market by design/build LAB.
The Shifty desk / hallway stand by Daniel Schofield.
Fruit skulls by Dimitri Tsykalov.
“Trouble in Lemur Land", an online documentary following primatologist Eric Patel on his quest to save the silky sifaka.
Edward L. Platt's geometric snowflake drawings. He has also created a Web-based application, FlakePad, that allows people to draw their own snowflakes.
Barndominium in Chappel Hill, Texas by Logan and Johnson Architects.
Sony Circle Sound Speakers deliver sound in 360 degrees.
Mischer Traxler's 'Collective works' weaves a basket. The object it creates is based on the crowd that is watching. Commissioned by Design Miami & W Hotels.
This week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious includes rainbow cupcakes, mouse melons, Gin Lime Rickeys and more.
119 species + 11 genera + 7 decades of gaming = the most extensive charting of video game controllers ever. From Pop Chart Lab.
Tèo, a new tea spoon designed by Austrian designer Karin Santorso for Alessi that squeezes your teabag for you.
Glasses and Decanter set by illumini.
Beautiful interior by Chiara Ferrari studio for this Clink Street apartment in London.
The Banquet by Herreros Arquitectos at the ROM Gallery.
Great collaboration between Ben Sandler and Bonsoir Paris, Analogic for Amusement Magazine.
Museum of Obsolete Objects from Jung von Matt/Next.
Junya Ishigami collection for Living Divani.
Hot Rods in Space by Ray Gordon. Beautiful photos by photographer Ray Gordon on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Icon magazine's September diary.
Interior design of the Taiwan Noodle House by Golucci International Design.
The new bat cave, perfectly arranged alphabet soup and wing-powered mind-control circuitry are all part of this week’s NOTCOT.org roundup.