Digital artist Chris Lebrooy collaborated with Nike to create a series of fictional flying machines to represent the speed and power of their Pegasus running line.
A series of beautifully delectable meals, captured in midair by photographer Piotr Gregorczyk.
The Estonian forests near Tallinn have a new ear and mouth, in the form of large wooden megaphones, built by the Estonian Academy of the Arts.
Sand is one of the most abundant materials on earth, so it's nice to see people creating products from it that are useful. Creative firm The Foundry has a set of coffee cups made from a material they call Ramel, that is …
An example of Detroit's latest rebirth and development, the Shinola Hotel is a welcome addition to a scene of businesses that are bringing design and energy to the Motor City. Rooms start at $195/night.
We have no backup planets, no spares. This is the only one. The only one we can call home. This is earth. Please protect it. Original.
Sneaker design has entered a new, hyper-stylized period, where artists, musicians, and others have begun collaborating with athletic companies. The results have been strange, interesting and awesome, making footwear a much more expressive experience.
Turning plastic bottles into clothing isn't new, but Everlane is launching a new collection of minimal, stylish clothing that gives you the plastic bottle count that each piece is made up of.
In a very stylish and artful nod to technology of the past, Miki Nemcek explores the simplicity and beauty of audio equipment from brands like Braun and others. It's a short and surrealist voyage, with the physical devices morphing and shifting in …
Artists love big canvasses, as it allows for large, impactful visions. Tennis courts have lately become interesting outlets for painters.
KFC in Hong Kong is offering their sandwiches in a completely edible rice paper wrapper, making for a more sustainable (and hilarious) experience.
The Open 45 Credenza from Sitskie has been expertly designed to be the perfect altar to your vinyl collection.
The new Shoreline Hotel in Waikiki embraces a bright, neon design that feels playful and modern.
A colorful collection of textures and forms create the basis for Google's Project Fi, which is an alternative cell phone plan.