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.
Polaroidarium, every day this calender reveals a new Polaroid photo. Polaroids from Olaf Heine, Diana Scheunemann, Antonina Gern, and Uwe Düttmann u.v.a.
Shepard Fairey's murals in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Dark trailer for the Czech animated film Alois Nobel.
Bilancia di Archimede by Autori Vari, a clever kitchen scale that uses Archimedes' Eureka moment to weigh your ingredients.
Sashimi by Paco Roncero. Film by Lausiv.
Linnaeus by UVA commissioned by Artwise Curators for the Capability Brown restaurant in Syon Park, London. These gorgeous lit relief panels are inspired by the park itself.
Oskar Zieta's Reflections at Sotheby's Vienna.
Bears, an installation of a beautiful acrylic polar bear in Covent Garden by PostlerFerguson last October.
Dude Watchin' With the Brontes and other witty literary and historical comics from Kate Beaton in Hark! A Vagrant.
'The Value of Data Visualization' by Column Five.
Safe Sonja, a temporary coffee house for Vienna Design Week by PosterFerguson.
Space Invader playing cards by Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Erlikh.
Visits to an elephant camp, idyllic Antarctica and the Valley of the Sliding Stones are all a part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Wim Crouwel helps Truth celebrate their 5th birthday with a limited edition poster.
19 spheres come to life in the next generation of Floating Forecaster, the Floating Orchestra by Poietic Studio.
The gorgeous limited edition McIntosh 50th Anniversary MC275 Tube Amplifier.
Elegant packaging design for Elmika cereals by Hattomonkey.
Amazing! Naihan Li's CRATES are mobile, pop-up units that collapse into crates. Pieces include sofas, foosball table, entertainment centers, workstations, wet bars and beds and storage.
The new book, Print & Pattern 2 launches in the UK on Monday.
Melike Turgut's process infographic symbolizing the idea of creative process.
An impressive array of 'Tin Soldiers' by Ala Younis at Istanbul Art Biennale.
Mesmerizing video of projections. "As Above, So Below" as part of Immersive Surfaces.
'The Vertical Village' by MVRDV and The Why Factory in Taipei.
Minimalist milk carton packaging by Stellan Rexmark.
A closer look at the lovely chickens (and more!) by paper artist Andy Singleton for Hermes.
Stunning visual maps of the Mississippi's flood plains produced in 1944 by Harold N. Fisk.
'The King of Legoland', a film by Micaël Reynaud capturing toys from the 80s.
The Transfer chopping board from chris&ruby lets you easily move your chopped items onto a plate.
Simple and elegant tribute to the late Steve Jobs by Jonathan Mak.
Parisian tableware company Astier de Villatte has created the T-magazine logo from tableware! Lovely set and a guide to the ceramics making up the 'T'.
Alan Friedman has captured solar prominences in all shapes and sizes 2005 to 2009.
Liliane Limpens makes stunning contemporary dollhouses, like this one called Poppenvilla.
Designer Nick Hand cycled all the way around the British coast, interviewing people and capturing his journey as he went. It's Nice That caught up with Nick Hand about the resulting book 'Conversations on the Coast'.
An exhibition documenting the working processes of international architecture practice OMA opens at the Barbican Art Gallery in London tomorrow.