Sensorium, the world's first pop up scent museum that engages all five senses. Runs through 27 November 2011 in New York.
Adorable Halloween Owl print by Methane Studios.
Robotic Venus flytraps could run on live insects and spiders, snatching and digesting them for fuel.
Awesome violin covers by Teppei Okada. It's the Super Mario Theme!
A visualization of 138 years of Popular Science by Jer Thorp.
Hive, an installation of honeycombs made from phone books by Kristiina Lahde.
Core Deco by graphic artist Matt W. Moore.
Tree of Life chapel (Capela Árvore da Vida- Seminário Conciliar de Braga) in Braga, Portugal. Designed by architects António Jorge Cerejeira Fontes and André Cerejeira Fontes, with sculptural work by sculptor Asbjörn Andresen.
Get ready for winter with the Crossbow Snow Launcher, which can propel snowballs up to 60 feet!
Senseless drawing bot by So Kanno and Takahiro Yamaguchi.
Spiderweb Devilish Ghoul Eggs, Spinach pancakes and dry ice cocktails are all a part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
Lovely packaging for Empyreal 75, a pet food protein supplement for dogs and cats by Bailey Lauerman.
Beautiful video of waves by Chris Bryan shot on the Phantom HD Gold.
Lovely illustration and product designs from Sandra Isaksson (whose work you might recognize from SkipHop!).
David Iglesias's new look for Burger King.
Making the Nokia N9 smartphone.
Beautiful Hirsaki Knife Box by Keiji Ashizawa Design.
What does your money face look like? Reddit user MadSon11 posted his head matched with Alexander Hamiltons jaw and inspired money portraits around the world.
This week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org includes a Periodic Table of Swearing, quantum levitation and an insect-powered smartphone.
2,000 Suspended Dandelions by Regine Ramseier.
MakerBot artist-in-resident Miles Lightwood makes 3D printed shells for homeless hermit crabs.
Quail egg cakes, dodo cakes and medicinal marshmallows were all part of this year's Experimental Food Society Spectacular!
Artist Retreat in Fiskars, Finland by 0 to 1.
Renaud Marion's attraction series captures wild animals and their attraction to the public.
Hitchcock meets Angry Birds in 'Them Birds' by illustrators Dan Eijah Fajardo (aka Dandingeroz) and Pedro Kramer (aka Badbasilisk).
The NYtimes explores how our love of the chambered nautilis may threaten their existence.
Fun children's furniture by Bo Reudler at Dutch Design Week.
On the Corner, a beautiful apartment complex by EASTERN design office in Shiga, Japan.
Snake + Herring wines, with packaging by brainCELLS.
Phill, a restaurant in Bucharest designed by Nuca Studio, has a play area for children including a four meter-high model elephant.
ONE PIG, by Matthew Herbert, an album of music made exclusively from sounds recorded during the life cycle of a single farm animal, from birth to plate.
Mirror cube art installation on Paris' Place Vendome by Arnaud Lapierre for for the 2011 FIAC Art Fair.
Colaboratorium, a collective of ten graduating design and marketing students. Lovely packaging design by Andrea Avidad.
Metalmorphosis, a 14-ton moving, mirrored fountain/sculpture in Charlotte, North Carolina by David Černý.
A look at the House Industries Eames LTR Exhibition at Herman Miller Japan.
The Microbial Home by Philips as part of Dutch Design Week.
Jump associates reflect on what designing the new Girl Scouts Innovation Badges can teach us about raising leaders.
Illustrator Khadia's packaging for the three types of Teatul teas.
The Jupitris phone charger by Jin Kuramoto for Iida.
Gorgeous Barcelona cafe, Fastvinic by Alfons Tost.
Sam Kittinger redesigns classic board games.
Richard Branson opens the home of his Virgin Galactic operation at Spaceport America in New Mexico designed by Foster + Partners.
1001 Nights House by A-cero, Joaquin Torres Architects.
The Volcanic Casing Heater by Jeremy Murier & Daniel Martinez for the Prix Émile Hermès Competition.
Pizza Scissors with a built in spatula means no more fiddly serving.
A time lapse film was shot during the Icelandic Midnight Sun in June of 2011. A beautiful look at what 24 hours of light looks like.