An embodiment of less is more, bring the aesthetics of the ascetic to your Christmas tree this year with the GraphicDesign& Three Wise Women!
As part of the Hello Wood Festival in Budapest, a group of Hungarian university students created a wood sculpture whose shadow spells out the word 'ebéd' (lunch in Hungarian) at precisely 1pm.
Attack of the Space Waffles ~ latest show from Invader opens tomorrow at The Outsiders in London - and has real waffles!
Wonderful Streetart by german designer Timm Schneider, who turns trash cans, coffee cups, and street posts into goofy cartoon faces.
Evolution series capturing individuals with fishes by Ted Sabrese.
Classic comic book covers turned animated gifs! Created by fan + illustrator, Kerry Callen.
Awesome collection of old Soviet science magazine covers.
New York City's Department of Transportation enlisted artist John Morse to create Curbside Haikus.
"Eating Implement" provides a new typology for cutlery, based on various animal dental parts for different varieties of food. By Japanese designer Azusa Murakami.
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.
If the next Industrial Revolution were led by artisans able to ride the wave of new technologies and reinterpret tradition, then ceramic potter Michael Eden would no doubt be the first in line.
Macoto Murayama's Inorganic flora at Frantic Gallery.
A year-long time-lapse study of the sky by Ken Murphy.
Prints by Ben Barry from a 2011 Montana State University lecture.
This unique desk lamp was made by artist Evan Chambers. To create it, he took molds of hawk feet and opium poppies in order to cast them into bronze. Each lamp is numbered and signed.
Zoom Zoo Alphabet Flashcards by Dreamworks Illustrator, Mike Yamada. Adorable animals in retro futuristic cars ~ a la Richad Scarry.
Beautiful photography by Matthieu Gafsou.
Have you ever felt like you’re seeing the same movie poster over and over again? Well, you are, in a way.
Bryan McCormack's Centre Pompidou installation to raise AIDS awareness with colorful condoms called 'Preservation Is Life'.
The Triennale of Milano will host Tra martello e incudine exhibition bringing together works created by young designers, developed during a workshop organized by Giulio Iacchetti.
Pharmacophore: Architectural Placebo is an installation/dance performance at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in NYC, combining cool-blue lighting and inflatable props and costumes to create a pharmaceutical landscape.
Billion sculpture envisioned by Lausanne-based Vincent Kohler.
"The Hyrulian Book of Biology" by Andrew Kolb
Troika's Thixotropes installation in Selfridges London.
Corpus 2.1 series by Marcia Nolte. The series explores how technology could be integrated in this evolution.
A paper pop-up version of the CoupleOf 'Lily' laced shoe by CoupleOf.
'Decode: Digital Design Sensations' at Design Museum Holon, Israel.
Do you know how to make a lego ball? Alexandre Giroux, young French artist, made it! (almost without cheating)
Gamble on goodness with this boxed set of three designer dice designed to help you to take better care of ourselves, to be more kind to one another and to improve the world we live in.
Lucas Zarebinski's photographs of "Lollipops" ~ with crickets, scorpions, and mealworms in them!
New Banksy "Shop Till You Drop" Stencil in London?
“Il vaut mieux éviter tout contact avec les formes de vie extra-terrestres” by the Japanese artist Shimabuku at the Centre International d’Art et du Paysage.
Artist's bright idea to create magical field of 5,000 Christmas lights. Installation by Bruce Munro at the Holbourne Museum, Bath.
Katy Beveridge's bicycle animation, a piece created as part of her CSM 3rd year dissertation project.
Take Your Clothes Off series by illustrator Adara Sánchez Anguiano.
AmtrakConnect advertises it's wifi services with this series of posters from creative director Mick Sutter and illustratior Andrew Bannecker
Kozyndan's much loved 'Bunny Blossom' finds a new home with this stunning 6 piece sequentially numbered limited edition bone china dinnerware from Click For Art.
Working with industrial resin clay, acrylic and other suitable materials, Michihiro Matsouka fuses machinery with animals creating fantastic sculptures.
Flying robots will assemble a six meter-high tower at the FRAC Centre in Orléans, France by Gramazio & Kohler and Raffaello d’Andrea.
John Baldessari’s 1966-68 painting, Tips for Artists Who Want to Sell shirt
Susan Kare's Icons, a curated look at 80 of Susan Kare's favorite icons created between 1983 and 2011.
The Cranky Pressman's amazing Letterpressed Coasters ~ the characters are adorable, and wait till you see the details on the back.
Immersive light displays make up XYZT, Les paysages abstraits, an exhibition created and curated by the digital art duo Adrien M and Claire B in Grenoble.