Frederik Roijé's new series of bird feeders, called "Dish of Desire".
Beautiful hand printed textiles from Ink & Spindle. Love their Pirates & Sea Creatures pattern which comes complete with narwhals.
Beautiful fashion illustration watercolors from Cate Parr.
The throwable panoramic ball camera captures a full spherical panorama when thrown into the air.
These gorgeous 'Stay Sharp' Horn Whiskey Tumblers are produced for Best Made by a 170 year old horn works company in England.
The NYtimes on the lure of carnivorous plants.
Moonrock Black has a beautiful tangle-free package as well as high-efficiency Neodymium drivers and an iPhone compatible microphone.
Cave hunting in Thailand, stunning Sardinia and a 48 hour adventure in Amman are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Fun identity and branding work from New Zealand based BRR.
LHSee, an Android app that lets you discover what is happening at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Carmela, a wrough-iron, wood and crystal table by Rota-Lab and Arte Stenico.
Brendan Ravenhill's Dustbin combines a dustpan, brush and bin.
An elegant 3-in-1 smoke, the Napoleon AS300K.
Vibrant 'Fire Spotter' edition Field Notes with Electric Red construction cover stock.
House Industries flexographic corrugated Banjo H pattern model 703 Fellowes Bankers Boxes exclusively for The Conran Shop Japan.
Pop Chart Lab's The Delectable Kaleidoscope of Candy Bars.
Incredible spiral drawings of three masterpieces created with Faber Castell's artist pens by Chan Hwee Chong.
Lovely new prints from The Best Part. By day, this glow-in-the-dark poster features a quaint city scene. But when the lights go out, a town full of crime, sex, guns and zombies (and a few extra hidden surprises) appear.
Lovely container gardening kit by Joel Derksen.
The first Zoo born rhino. Love this set of photos from Zoo Basel in 1956.
Beautiful house by ARX in Leiria, Portugal.
Belili Liu's haunting installation 'The mending project' places the artist hand-mending patches of fabric beneath a cloud of downward pointing scissors.
Photographer Christopher Boffoli's 'Disparity' series brings together tiny model figures and tasty looking foodstuffs, all tied together with clever captions.
Disintegration and Sprawl at the Christina Ray gallery in New York.
A typewriter for music? Beautiful Keaton Music Typewriter.
Beautiful new street art in Paris by Alicè.
How Many Gills In A Cubic Dekameter? A few facts to celebrate National Metric Week.
A fascinating look at 'sentimental cartography', mapping the human psyche.
This week’s sumptuous roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious includes the Bee’s Knees, high teas and scary apples for Halloween.
UK Wagamama restaurants are teaming up with English artists and the new program goes by the name Art and Eat in collaboration with Moniker Projects.
Ji Lee's 'Word as Image', adorable video trailer for the book.
This weekend Serpentine Gallery in London hosts a Garden Marathon, the two-day event is an exploration of the concept of the garden.
Lathe Table 1200 by Sebastian Brajkovic made from anodized aluminum.
Dark matter, slime molds and stools created with the help of magnetic fields are all a part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
'Howl'. Natalie Bettelheim & Sharon Michaeli's graduation film from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design.
Olive oil brand Oliveira da Serra is getting in on the act, building a flagship processing plant in the Alentejo region of southern Portugal, designed by Lisbon-born architect Ricardo Bak Gordon.
Minimalist stationery by Nottingham based Fuse Design.
Haerskogen, woodland creatures by David Luepschen.
Camerata identity by Demian Conrad Design.
Villa Krona situated on a Finnish Island by Helin & Co Architects.
'Busy being lazy', new street art from id-iom in London.
Suwappu toys from Dentsu London come to life with an iPhone prototype app.
A collection of early 3D photos.
Davidson College professor Tim Chartier uses chocolate kisses to help us learn Calculus and estimate Pi.
Spring advertising's playful identity work for the toy store Dilly Dally.
Photographer Jonathan Smith's beautiful Urban Perspectives series captures inner-city London from an alternate angle.