Lovely prints from Flowers in May.
'What have you got in your head?' great series by Sara Asnaghi.
Katra chair by Studio Aparte.
A plywood tree by architect Pierre Thibault.
Cool Hunting visits the Bentley factory in Crewe, England.
Lighthouse 65 by AR design studio.
Beat your meat into tender submission with the knuckle meat pounder.
KRAD's Open The Tower, a collection of a total of 676 models in scale 1:1000 by the Eurohigh design studio.
Matthew Picton creates sculptural maps of cities using books about them.
Habitat Design's series of Bodega Bird Chalets.
Adorable black cabbies and doubledeckers for your Christmas tree. Love these London ornaments from Michelle Mason.
Here's to the crazy ones. Gorgeous letterpress poster.
Quirky secret bars, top spots for ice skating and tropical getaways are all part of this week’s roundup from NotVentures.
Sense of Flying.What´s it like flying down a mountain at 250 km/h? Espen Fadnes - The World’s Fastest Flying Human Being 2010 - teamed up with Project Managers Goovinn to communicate the experience of flying.
Macro Cell Lens Band, a sturdy band with a built-in macro lens that lets you turn your cell phone into a macro.
Beautiful wooden house by Schlyter/Gezelius Arkitektkontor.
Zoe Garred's Fleet Ribbon Ornaments, made from delicately bent plywood.
Mantis desk by Samuel Wilkinson for Case.
A ride down the α77 Roller slide in Kanagawa.
Coordinate furniture collection from Praktrik are not just great pieces of furniture, but also puzzles to assemble, relying on interlocking pieces.
Christmas Tea, designed by Mint - Maja Matas, Kresimir Miloloza, Jozo Matas.
Now you can own your own set of Ninja Stealth Black Throwing Knives.
"Helvetica and the New York City Subway System: The True (Maybe) Story" by Paul Shaw.
Evolution: The Natural History of Animal Skeletons, Stripped Down, a beautiful book by Patrick Gries and Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu.
Picture Alphabet Keyboard Stickers by Christopher Monro DeLorenzo.
Beefeater London unveil new packaging for their holiday season pack.
Unseen pleasure, David Benmussa's tribute to Joy Division & Peter Saville.
Inkjet printed paper shoe by Julie Von Der Vellen.
A roundup of fashion’s finest from Notcouture.
Perth Zoo welcomes a baby echidna (a puggle!).
Making of the Typeforce Exhibition Catalogue cover.
Box for the Birds, flatpack birdboxes that are part of the Michael Oliveri Studio.
Hand drawn music video created by Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski for We Cut Corner's "Pirate's Life".
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.