Spanish designers Gabriel Rodríguez Pacheco, Jordi Gaspar and Manon Berlioz have designed Meetube, a seating system made from corrugated tubes.
American artist Joshua Harker has used 3D printing technology to create an extravagant headpiece, the Quixotic Divinity Headdress.
Bubble Stool, an inflatable woolen stool by design firm Objekten, Brussels Belgium.
Hacienda chair by Mexico-based designer Hector Esrawe.
The Altar table is created by designer Jesse Sanderson for Dutch design collective WDSTCK.
Chilean-born, New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz has designed ’12 SHOES for 12 LOVERS’.
LampFire, by industrial designer Hoang M Nguyen, is inspired by camping and campfire.
Aizone luxury department store Autumn-Winter 2013 campaign by Sagmeister and Walsh.
Inspired by male peacock’s tail, Canadian firm uufie has designed an elegant sculptural chair by cutting and folding a single sheet of Corian.
New chopsticks for Hashikura Matsukan who continues traditional manufacturing techniques known as ‘Wakasa-nuri’.
Pi’gio poufs combines together the idea of ‘emoticon’ language and the shape of a pc key, with funny and cheerful color tones for a really irresistible result.
The relationship between the oak molds and the hot glass, each leaving its mark on the other,
is explored and that beauty is put on display.
What seems to be folded paper, is made out of slewed concrete.
The rocking horse series, by NextOfKin Creatives, is a reinterpretation of the traditional rocking horses that turns into design objects of desire.
Rafa kids’ bunk bed is not just a place to sleep, but also a playful and functional element in a room.
Inspired by the concept of flat packing and home assembly, the Sandwichbike is a bike made out of two wooden plates!
Part of Geoffrey Lilge’s Box Collection, the Box knife racks, cut from solid, FSC-certified walnut, are made to last for life.
Cocktail accessory ‘lime-pocket’ designed for Bombay Sapphire known for its beautiful blue bottle.
Boston Dynamics is Google’s eighth acquisition in the robotics sector this year. Apparently Google is planning something big here!
Adjacent to comic art, Flat Earth exemplifies the conjunction of fine art and graphics.