Icon Eye's October Diary includes 'Architecture of Fear' from Belgium's z33.
Beauty and the Blob, the NYtimes takes a closer look at slime molds.
Totally nerdy, but I love these graph stamps. Coffee meetings would have been so much more orderly with a set of graph stamps.
An installation for poking, a Tokidoki Barbie and a connect the dot transformation of Michael Jackson are all part of this week’s roundup.
The 4th Dimension Concrete Clock from 22 Design Studio.
Ever wonder how drill bits are made? Here's a drill bits special from "How It's Made".
Student packaging project in celebration of Selfridges centenary anniversary by Adam Catterall.
Maggie's Centre, Garnavel Scotland, designed by OMA.
Taste buds, a visualization of complimentary flavours by David McCandless and Willow Tyrer.
A series of intricate porcelain skulls by Katsuyo Aoki.
The Solar iD Cook uses a large mirror to concentrate sunlight in order to cook your food.
Shopping bags for Camper designed by Swing Swing.
Sasha Aleksandrov captures the painting of an industrial pipe plant. Incredible time lapse of an impressive transformation.
Oink Ceramic Piggy Bank by APR Design Studio.
Senem Demirayak's diploma project, a welcoming kit for the freshman students and potential students of Istanbul Marmara University, Graphic Design Department.
Thomas Pavitte's 'Transformation Series' of dot-to-dot drawings. This is the transformation of Michael Jackson.
Gazebo created by Arseniy Borisenko and Peter Zaytsev.
Set of wooden trestles by Aurelien Barbry for Eno Studio.
Homo ab ovo, a skull made of eggshells by Christian Gonzenbach.
Lego: Victorian on Mud Heap. Impressive Lego creations from Mike Doyle.
Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta at Dovrefjell National Park.
British jellymongering duo Bompas & Parr launch a new book on cocktails. We were there to celebrate the launch in eccentric style with a medieval castle, a kiosk of curiosities, glitter snake pit and plenty of cocktails!
Quarterly Co. 'a subscription service for wonderful things' lets you receive physical items in the mail from influential contributors of your choice.
How fun does this Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank look?
Airstream Living by WEREHAUS. Meet Andreas Stavropoulous, a landscape architect based in Berkeley, CA who bought and converted a 1959 Airstream into a design studio/living space.
The Silhouette and Eclipse Light-Lights by Angela & Ger Jansen.
Station Hyllie by Metro Arkitekter.
The Paper Cut project by Nikki Salk and Amy Flurry.
2450 white / clear by Junpei Tamaki. A chair created from 2450 5mm pieces of acrylic.
A secret river under London, touring JPL and islands to visit before they disappear are all a part of this week’s roundup NotVentures.
'The Bracket 7685' handmade in England by Davey Lighting.
MENU Barcelona Bird Feeder designed by Monique Engelund.
'Office Bührmann & Partners' by Wasserfall Munting Architects in Klein Windhoek, Namibia.
An ant lion captures ant in its jaws. New research from Eric Lambert of the University of South Florida in Tampa.
Making of M3 Chair by Thomas Feichtner.
Lovely packaging for a series of new toys from Swedish toymaker Acne JR.
Dvelas upcycle the sails of ships to create beautiful furniture.
The stackable Rip Chair with a spring-loaded backrest. By Läufer + Keichel.
Fun illustration from Kevin Stanley Harris.
Pasta by Design, a book all about pasta from architect George Legendre and published by Thames & Hudson.
A look at Michael Murphy's solo show, LOOK, at gallery nine5 in New York.
The new Gucci Museo in Florence, Italy.
Hackerwatch by Michael Young.
House at León by ALARCÓN + ASOCIADOS.
Beautiful illustrations by Abby Diamond.
Nicholas Hanna's Water Calligraphy Device for Beijing Design Week.