Woytek Weidne

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Farm 432: Insect Breeding by Katharina Unger

By 2050 meat production will have to increase by 50%. Considering that we already use one third of croplands for the production of animal feed, we …

Surreal oil paintings by Caleb Brown

Is Greece turning into Nazi Germany?


The Joy Of Illustrated Maps In The Era Of Google Earth

There was a time when map assignments arrived from clients in a FedEx envelope, full of research, including Xerox’ed maps taped together and marked …

Architizer Journal: The Official Architizer Blog

“I try to make poetry. Not minimalism. Not purism. Just poetry.”<p>NeoCon 2018 showcased some of the boldest brands in commercial design.<p>Find the best brands for every architectural product and material.<p>The Office for Metropolitan Architecture designs the perfect library for the digital …


nike's FC247 laser beam #mipista #soccer field lets you play at night nike has installed a laser marking system; complete with a van, team of specialists and crane to project bright lines onto the street for a soccer pitch. http://www.designboom.com/technology/nikes-laser-beam-soccer-field-lets-you-play-at-night/

the rainbow room installation by pierre le riche the threaded installation explores the acceptance of homosexuality in post-apartheid south africa with yarn bombing and rugby. http://www.designboom.com/art/the-rainbow-room-installation-by-pierre-le-riche/

Axor waterdream by nendo re-thinking the shower the designer's aim was to combine what is most archetypal about the living space, the lighting, with water, so as to give the shower an enhanced sensuous dimension in a way we have not yet seen before. http://www.designboom.com/design/axor-waterdream-by-nendo-re-thinking-the-shower/

'hermit houses' by the cloud collective the cozy tiny huts are specifically designed to be constructed quickly and easily right out of the box, offering a romantic and affordable retreat into nature. see more: http://www.designboom.com/architecture/easily-installed-retreat-hermit-houses-by-the-cloud-collective/

life-size T-rex skeleton towers over the river seine composed of 350 chrome bones, a full-scale tyrannosaurus rex sculpture by philippe pasqua soars over the seine in paris. more photos: http://www.designboom.com/art/philippe-pasqua-full-scale-t-rex-in-paris/

china completes the largest building in the world the 'new century global center' breaks the world record at 1.2 million square feet, but it's what's housed inside that makes this building truly amazing and totally bizarre. http://www.designboom.com/architecture/china-completes-the-worlds-largest-building/

 Late Night Chameleon Cafe (LN-CC)

In collaboration with the Huichol people of Mexico, the Late Night Chameleon Cafe (LN-CC) created a series of beaded skulls in the traditional style of the Huichol. The skull is cast from resin and each skull features intricate craftsmanship.<p>The Huichol people believe in the power of the Sun God, ancestor spirits and the four principle deities – Deer, Corn, Peyote and the Eagle. They live in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Western Mexico and have a long history of creating beaded art.

Invisible Bookend by  Paul Cocksedge

Invisible Bookend by Paul Cocksedge<p>London-based design studio Paul Cocksedge has created the wonderful ‘Invisible Bookend’ that works just fine, but which you cannot actually see.<p>This lightweight, free-standing product is designed for use on desks, shelves and the floor—it easily holds more than a meter-and-a-half of books of all shapes and sizes.<p>Not requiring any mechanical fitting, this magical-looking bookend will have your guests marveling at your gravity-defying, leaning book …

Street Artist Roadsworth Transforms the Streets of Montreal into a Visual Playground

Street Artist Roadsworth Transforms the Streets of Montreal into a Visual Playground.

Helium balloon suspended bridge by Olivier Grossetête

Helium balloon suspended bridge by Olivier Grossetête

Do More Than Just Shop

Movie posters by  artist Patrik Svensso

The Coke Ad That Could Destroy All Other Products, Especially Coke

<b>The Coke Ad That Could Destroy All Other Products, Especially Coke.</b><p>Image created by unknown person and inspired by a quote from Banksy, which was inspired by Sean Tejaratchi’s 1999 essay, “Death, Phones, Scissors.” via Betype


You Are an Acceptable Level of Threat via betype

Handmade Fantasy Creatures Sculpted by Ellen Jewett

• Petal deer<br>• The Fox’s Curiosity<br>• Lady Coyote<br>• Octopus with fish

Advertisement for Death

Produced by ad agency I&S BBDO, the life-sized poster depicts a human skeleton recreated in colorful flower petals set on an arresting white background.

Urban Exploration

<b>Urban Exploration</b><p>Singapore-based photographer Jared Lim explores geometric patterns in urban environments for his new series entitled “Urban Exploration”.

Love Hurts by Melanie Chernock

Polish Invasion: DMY Berlin 2013 Highlights the Best of Student Work from Poland

Berlin's famed airport Berlin Templehof opened its doors for the 11th annual DMY International Design Festival Berlin, a showcase of architecture, …

DIY Webbing Tutorial on a Budget, Part 2: Tools You'll Need

Have you digested everything in Part 1 of our DIY webbing tutorial? Then you're ready for Part 2, where we cover the tools you'll need to get …

A Look Inside Nikon's Industrial Design Department

The last time we saw a Nikon ID video, it was more or less a one-on-one with Chikara Fujita, the designer behind the CoolPix P300. But now they've …

And Now, a 3D-Printed Tyrannosaurus Rex Sculpture

In the (soon-to-be) grand tradition of digi-fab sculptor Joshua Harker, namisu's Octavio Asensio has turned to Kickstarter to produce a new …