More hybrid animals! By Nicholas Di Genova.
Ana Serrano's Los Angeles made by hand from cardboard.
Ghosts of Gone Birds. Art vs Extinction as artists celebrate the species we have lost and raise money and awareness for those we can still save with thier beautiful pieces and limited edition prints.
Views from space, QR haircuts and programmable GroundBots are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Support your Movember man with a Mustache Comb from the Offerman Woodshop Mustache Comb.
Fun illustration work by Jesse Lefkowitz.
Zimoun's 'Sculpting Sound', solo show at The Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida.
Bizarre composed animals by Fredrik Odman.
The Shadow House in North London by Liddicoat & Goldhill.
“10,000″, art installation by Francis Hollenkamp using 10,000 plastic toy soldiers to explore the abstraction that numbers frequently remain in our perception of reality.
Dain Williams' exhibition "Threatened" captures beautiful, endangered species in hyperrealistic wall-height charcoal drawings and places them in a surreal environment that includes household objects and furniture.
Fun doodle filled reminder to keep drawing from by Studio Shelter.
Theory 11's beautiful Monarch playing cards.
Music video for 'Against the Grain by Hudson, created by film maker/animator/VJ Dropbear.
Vegetable headwear by Japanese artist Takaya.
Zi Ye and Jesse Burstyn's Parallax, an interdimensional platforming and puzzle-solving game.
Caren Alpert's Terra Cibus captures exotic landscapes within food with the help of a scanning electron microscope.
The stunning new Stuttgart City Library designed by Eun Young Yi.
TIMEMAPS show destinations in terms of time rather than distance. Beautiful work by Vincent Meertens.
Beautiful series of posters to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry.
The Culture Yard by AART Architects in Elsinore, Denmark.
The beautiful countryside of Afghanistan captured by Augustin Pictures.
Bianchi by Gucci bike helmet.
Bustling Captetown, the world’s least crowded places and the incredible Machu Picchu express are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
The documentary work of photographer Jooney Woodward has recently won the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize.
Beautiful collages by Matt Wisniewski.
Samuel Wilkinson and Joe Wentworth's Pendola clock.
Andrew Bannecker and Nike's pop-up space at Van Cortlandt Cross Country Track, New York.
Bionic Bopper Cars, motorized boxing machines.
Harmonic Convergence installation by Christopher Janney, at the Miami International Airport.
Swivl, a sensor enabled and motorized base for your mobile video device with a paired marker. That means this iOS compatible dock can follow your movements by tilting side to side and up and down.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Flatsun, which flares up as visitors approach.
Contact lens by Haruka Kojin at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
Meet the Rotundus GroundBot, a programmable/remote controlled silently moving robotic mobile platform that hosts cameras and sensors.
PPP (Permanent Play Project) is the creative project which introduces new ways of 'playing' for the next generation.
Adorable owl inspired wine packaging for Two Hoots.
This September ScanLAB Projects in collaboration with Cambridge University traveled to the Arctic aboard Greenpeace's Icebreaker The Arctic Sunrise.
Max de Esteban disassembles products, photographs each of the individual parts, the reassembles the images to create haunting images of the whole.
Mey Lean Kronemann's lumiBots, small, autonomous robots that can leave glowing traces.
Rollercoaster, a sinuous pavilion by Interval Architects.
Beautiful stop motion of a sculpture in progress.
Ann Droyd's bedtimes story for gadget lovers, "Goodnight iPad".
Dark Sky app for iPad offers local, short-term weather forecasts.
Samuel Wilkinson's Biome. The terrarium contents can be cared for via a smartphone or iPad app which remotely controls the water, climate and nutrients.
DIY Vacuum-Concentrating, bittersweet apropos and homemade macaron are all part of this week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious.
The NYtimes takes a look at Carl Zimmer's “Science Ink: Tattoos of the Science Obsessed".