Musical business cards, paramotors and lovely owls are all a part of this week’s roundup from here at NOTCOT.org.
The iPhone Lens Dial, a complete three-lens optical system for serious iPhoneographers.
The Morgan Library and Museum make the illuminated manuscript, Black Hours, available for perusal online.
Elegant black packaging for Dalehead by Kaleidoscope.
Endless Dance, slowmotion breakdancing on the beach.
Richard Mosse's collection "Infra," on display at NYC's Jack Shainman Gallery.
Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book: 52 Seasonal Recipes for Small Batches.
Surface to Air, an exhibition of new sculptures and photographs by artist Thomas Doyle at LeBasse Projects.
Allan Jones gives a TED talk on a map of the brain.
Great series of Soviet anti-alcohol posters.
Lovely Owl by Mr Nura-T.
Stop-motion animation created with over 6,000 PCR-tubes and 30 plates.
George Gene Gustines, suggested a T made of Legos for the winter travel issue and this beautiful piece was created by Akinaga.
Great new playground in Sydney designed by ASPECT studios.
The stunning Kelowna House designed by David Tyrell.
Astronomers at Arizona State University have used NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) to build this high-res topographic map of the Moon.
Pitched Roof House in Sydney by Chenchow Little.
Dokter and Misses' a-003DL [spike] by Adriaan Hugo.
Reebok and CrossFit set a new Guinness World Record with the world's largest 3D painting. ‘3D Joe & Max’ turn part of London’s Canary Wharf quayside into the longest and largest 3D artwork.
Attic, cute series of bird houses by Studio Chad Wright.
Kranen|Gille's Islands series inspired by the sea forts that were ravaged during WWII.
A look at the new McLaren Production Centre by Foster + Partners.
Bacon Candy Canes! Bacony, but with that traditional candy cane look.
Cool Hunting check out "Something I Ate" in NYC a seasonal event series celebrating delicious art.
The Toull Ar Soner House by Studi Urvois & Krt.
Firefly squid, grandeur in Bordeaux and underground hotels are all a part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Studio Giffin'Termeer (Jess Griffin and Jim Termeer)'s 'Sugar Frames' at Tokyo Designers Week Container Exhibition 2011,
Owl and wolf skulls by illustrator Ian Williams.
Communion. A creative collaboration of Matt Pyke and FIELD. Hundreds of generative creatures are coming together in this hall-sized installation, to celebrate life in a massive communion.
Beautiful holiday line from Darling Clementine.
The tire studded interior of the bow.berlin shop.
The WWF asks you to change the way you think about food.
Sparkhouse and Entrepreneur Magazine interview some of the brightest innovators all across the U.S.A.
Laboratory of food analysis by Lefebvre Lise and Morel Maxime.
Music video shot by Tim & Joe using a Kinect to create an underwater effect.
Ritornell for Musicbox. Katharina Hölzl designed very special business cards, each of which provides a tailor made musical experience.
Makoto Azuma's beautiful uprooted bonsai.
Eye Pilot, the first optically controlled video game. The project is a collaboration between Damian Sommer, Drawing with Frames and Superbrothers.
Heli Video productions use electrically powered helicopters to capture incredible footage around the island of Puerto Rico including the beautiful rain forest, EL Yunqu.
Beautiful illustrations by Gabriella Barouch.
The Tenerife Centre of Dramatic Arts by GPY Arquitectos.
A fashion roundup from the stylish Notcouture.
The Houl, a contemporary long house in Dairy, Scotland by Simon Winstanley Architects.
'POOL inc.' by Yoritaka Hayashi Architects.
South Yarra house in Melbourne, Australia by LSA Architects.
Singapore-based studio Anonymous asked ten graphic designers to transform each of Dieter Rams' core beliefs into a poster. The result is Plusminusten.