Japanese artist Takeshi Kawano created three sculptures that represent the impact of global warming on animals, and how they are practically disappearing right before our eyes.
Inkling bridges the gap between traditional, freehand sketching and digital development by capturing a digital likeness of a pen-on-paper sketch.
Peace – A new limited edition print from Seb Lester.
Racing car bonnets are re-imagined for the Delight and Destroy show by Death Spray. It's a like a Brand Prix, but there is no winner
The Windmill Factory installed 217 solarpowered LED lights on a decaying pier in NYC's Hudson River for the eco-art installation 'Reflecting the Stars.'
'Polyrhythm' art print by Justin Cooper.
Nashville's Hatch Show Print is a destination for letterpress printers, printmakers, and designers from around the country and the world. Here are some pictures that show why.
Art of the Menu, cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world.
Beautiful landscape paintings by Philip Govedare.
Ursus Wehrli meticulously rearranges everyday objects in his latest book, The Art Of Clean Up.
Artist Carlito Carvalhosa has turned the MoMA's atrium into a spiral maze of soft, fluttering fabric, with recorders hanging overhead. Speakers emit the rustled static of the previous day's recording.
Because everyone needs a pet lobster to help out in the kitchen. A whimsical watercolor painting hand-screened onto an organic tea towel by Xenotees.
Florentijn Hofman created this totally cool larger than life sculpture of a yellow bunny which appears to have been dropped in the center of the town square in Orebro, Sweden.
Art Marries Design Table by Arpan Patel.
Compressed 02. Kim Pimmel uses time lapse techniques to tell a tale with soap bubbles with ferrofluid.
A stopmotion film of parkour by Serene Teh.
Beautiful handmade porcelain sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan.
Undef Printer. part of the 'Tra me e ciò che è in me' exhibition, located inside a medieval tower in Grono, Switzerland. This is Squint Two, by Sketch 34.
Amazing work by Eva Kotátková, Prague-based artist works in the fields of video, performance, drawing and photography.
Ryan Gander's 'Locked Room Scenario' at Artangel.
Fascinating sculptures from Edouard Martinet.
'Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design' on designer Saul Bass, creator of iconic film title sequences, corporate identities and graphic work. Co-written by grandaughter Jennifer Bass, and Pat Kirkham.
CityFabric blends cartography and design to create bold, figureground map prints (1"=1000') that inspire conversations about your place!
Beautifully photographed serpents by Guido Mocafico.
World's smallest sushi as an art project. By Dave Seah, Hwee Chong Chan and Jody Yeoh.
Fantastic illustrations by Matthew Lyons.
Panoramic photographs by Rosemary Laing capturing the framework of a partially completed building in New South Wales.
Letterpress poster by Daren Newman for the Manchester screening of Typeface.
Shepard Fairey talks about the influence graffiti, skateboarding and punk rock had on his life and the ways it shaped his art career.
Beautiful illustrations by Tony Hong. This is from his Treerings series.
Neutral Milk Hotel will be releasing a box set spanning all of their recordings. The packaging is full of beautiful illustrations.
High Wheel by Maider Lopez for the OK Center for Contemporary Art.
Vinyl illustrations by @Wissameid for 'Sophie's Choice', a boutique in downtown Beirut, Lebanon.
This wax woman embedded with candle wicks was made by Lenn Cox for the Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011.
Richard Serra's massive sculpture "Cycle," 2011, will debut at Gagosian in September.
Visualization of the spread of earthquake related Tweets across North America, from the moment the epicenter hit Mineral Virginia (1:51PM) on August 23rd through its spread across the East coast and the South.
New batch of shirts from Columbus, OH DJ / VJ group roeVy. Let's Do This!
Made Out Portugal's mobile gallery in a truck for DMY Berlin.
Delicate wire works by Masao Seki.
Amazing characters by Miguel Bencomo.
The exhibition the Chiasso M.A.X. Museum dedicated to graphic designer Bruno Monguzzo, leaves behind a precious catalog curated by the designer himself.
Steve Job's patents. Prolific.
Charlie Whinney's beautiful wood work include these window displays at Harvey Nichols.
The Syntheshredder by Jesse Chorng is an interactive skate bowl utilizing motion and performance to generate unique sounds and musical compositions.
For those who love television, and design, here's an Emmys infographic that's right up your alley.
HTML for Babies is a 5×7 board book. It has 16 pages of bold colorful, positive words wrapped in loving HTML mark up tags for imaginative code geeks in training.