Cute swingset jewelry, the Snapshot collection by Yael & Tal.
Versus, a kinetic sculpture/sound installation by David Letellier.
Pentagram's Luke Hayman created a guide to design hotspots in NYC based on Massimo Vignelli’s classic 1972 map of the New York City subway.
Chocolate Mustaches, backyard offices and a bust of Hercules you can sit on are all part of this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org.
Love the branding and packaging on the Lewis Caroll Tea Collection. Designed by Neha Hattangdi.
BBC infographic showing every death on every road in Great Britain between 1999 and 2010.
Stunning basejumping footage shot in Norway.
Great interiors by Vonsung for Viet Hoa Mess, a new grill restaurant in London.
"Head Study 1", a beautiful new limited edition print from Jason Thielke.
Masai Komoto's Sketch, a playful final project.
Wald aus Wald by Takashi Kuribayashi, an interesting installation at the Hong Kong Arts Centre.
Berlin's Friedrichstrasse welcomes Oukan 71, a boutique that is fashion/art, showroom/shop, with a tea room and restaurant.
Soft Hercules by FAT (Fashion Architecture Taste), a bust of Hercules stool cast from foam rubber.
Lineposters capture city maps with simple lines.
The Sky Scratcher for your discerning kitten offers 25 "floors" of corrugated cardboard.
New limited edition Paul Smith x Alien Workshop Skateboard decks.
Stephen J. Backman's artwork created from toothpicks. This is the white house created from a single toothpick.
Best Made Parade Lead for your stylish four legged friends.
The Natural History Museum of Utah, designed by Ennead Architects.
Amazing baby giant anteater, one of a number of new arrivals at Vienna Zoo.
Frugal Dad's infographic captures just how big Walmart really is.
Ozark hellbenders have been successfully bred in captivity for the first time in a collaboration between the Saint Louis Zoo and the Missouri Department of Conservation,
Wolfgang Laib's Unlimited Ocean, an installation at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago consisting of over 30,000 piles of rice and seven piles of pollen.
Redbull's new offices in Amsterdam, designed by Sid Lee Architecture.
The all-card set from Colle + McVoy. Limited edition, letterpress cards for eight beautiful card-giving occasions throughout the year.
Beautiful panting created by UK artist Dave White.
An arts and crafts history of the world. Music video for Thick As Thieves by Kalle Mattson. Directed by Kevin Parry.
Note Design Studio's newly redesigned IT offices for ATG.
The Molenschot Citylight Chandelier.
Klaus Pichler's Skeletons in the closet series captures museum specimens off display.
Scribbled Line People, beautiful collaboration between graphic designer and illustrator Ayaka Ito and programmer Randy Church.
Peter Kostelov's clever floor space adding design of this Moscow apartment.
Himalayan river highways, sleeping beauty’s castle and amazing ways to start your new year are all part of this week's roundup from NotVentures.
The stylish new L.U.G.B Naval umbrella with prints inspired by the British Navy.
Harold Cooper's ExtendNY shows us what the world would look like if the Manhattan grid system was applied to the entire earth.
The elegant new 'Peel' coffee maker from HJC design.
Finding Oregon, a stunning time lapse from Uncage the soul productions.
Evolution series capturing individuals with fishes by Ted Sabrese.
Awesome collection of old Soviet science magazine covers.
Trollwall restaurant by Reiulf Ramstad Architects in Trollveggen, Møre og Romsdal, Norway.
New York City's Department of Transportation enlisted artist John Morse to create Curbside Haikus.
Crypteks USB with a mechanical lock and 256bit AES hardware encryption to keep your data safe.
Beautiful dioramas by Patrick Jacobs.
Haptic Intelligentsia, a human 3D printing machine that allows the user to tactually perceive the virtual object and to directly transform it into the physical. From Studio Homunculus.
The Amazon Recommendation Network visualized with a tool written in Processing (processing.org) using the open source graph visualization library Gephi Toolkit by Christopher Warnow.
Macoto Murayama's Inorganic flora at Frantic Gallery.