The complexity of drug offerings captured in a beautiful infographic.
Amazing 3D photographs of sites around the UK by Jason Hawkes.
Richard Sabbath's Mekkanika typeface.
Menagerie, a new book of beautiful photographs of animals by Sharon Montrose.
Mady by Hand meets writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn.
Cool Hunting interview artist Travis Louie.
'In the Eyes of Others' by Jodie Carey.
Lomokino, Lomography’s very own 35mm movie camera.
'ALESSI PISELLINO', a cute cotton swab container.
IwamotoScott's beautiful warehouse conversion for Obscura Digital.
Toast Design's packaging for The Grown Up Chocolate Company.
Luke Jerram's Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture is a sculpture created using a seismogram of the earthquake.
The e-volo personal helicopter, an electric multicopter.
Baroque.me by Alexander Chen. Video capture. baroque.me visualizes the first Prelude from Bach's Cello Suites.
Ghosts of Gone Birds celebrates and remembers extinct species. The exhibition is on view at Rochelle School in Shoreditch, east London, from 2 to 23 November 2011.
Artist Tomás Saraceno's Cloud Cities installation at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum in Berlin, Germany.
Visitors look up at Dennis Parren's "CMYK Lamp" at Dutch Design Week.
PlugBug from Twelve South combines your chargers to charge multiple devices with just one charger.
The Greenhouse Project in Brooklyn, a conceptual “pop-up farm” to be built in Cypress Hills as part of 2011 DesignNYC round of nonprofit and design collaborations..
Dollar Note by Robert Gligorov uses the behavior of canaries to play notes on a piano.
Thiemo Hildebrandt's Ascending Retreat turns a space under the stairs into a private retreat.
Moby-Dick: A Display of Book Covers from the NYtimes.
Lucy the Crocodile, by David Weeks Studio for Areaware.
20 Hz, a semiconductor at work by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt for the exhibition Invisible Fields at Arts Santa Monica in Barcelona Spain.
The Scout visit Billykirk, brothers Chris and Kirk Bray who have been producing leather goods for the past ten years.
Sketches by Guy Denning of the Occupy protests.
Pillow destruction, water jet packs and candy blood slides are all part of our weekly roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Vintage Halloween postcards from the New York Public Library.
Lovely nature inspired illustrations by Michelle Morin. They look beautiful on fabric!
Ben Wilhelm at Maker Faire Bay Area 2011 on the documentation of video games, a part of our technological history in The Digital Game Museum.
Incredible pumpkin carvings by Ray Villafane.
Single family home in Zurich Oberland by Andreas Fuhrimann Gabrielle Hächler architects.
The International Printing Museum is holding to raise funds to support their Ludlow Typograph Project.
The olloclip, a pocket sized quick-connect lens solution for the iPhone 4/S that includes fisheye, wide-angle and macro lenses.
Gorgeous Garden Shed by Ville Hara and Linda Bergroth, a combined greenhouse and shed kit.
LED artist Teddy Lo and Ryan Doyle's GonKiRin art-car at Brooklyn's Robot Heart-O-Ween.
Christopher Russell's scratched photographs from his most recent series, 'Runaway'.
A pillow destroyed in slow motion at 1000 frames per second.
Shards by Sofie Lachaert, a complete porcelain set made from the fragments of an old smashed set. Beautiful photos by culinary photographer Tony Leduc.
The Vandenberg, Life Below the Surface, An underwater photogallery on the artificial reef General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, The works by Andreas Franke are mounted 100 feet below sealevel and approximately seven miles south of Key West.
Incredible high speed photographs of liquids by Heinz Maier.
The Fly Installation by rAndom International at the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.
SKULL STYLE, Skulls in Contemporary Art and Culture, edited by Patrice Farameh.
Tiny baby cuttelfish at the Tennessee Aquarium.
Scenic trains through the Swiss alps, New Zealand super lodges and plenty of winter sun are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Cool Hunting preview the collaborative new cookbook VOLT ink by chefs and brothers Michael and Bryan Voltaggio.