Lilium, a German company, announced this week that their air taxi service would begin by 2025, allowing for quick, low-cost trips from city-to-city.
Brazilian William Santiago has a colorful collection of patterns and designs that have been turned into equally colorful clothing. The collection is called anunciação, and we admire the complex, intricate figures and designs involved.
Generally when you look at couches or sofas, the design is relatively tame. Not this collection. Curated by Yanko Design, these are some of the most fascinating, unique styles we've ever seen.
This strange and startling concept by architect Amey Kandalgaonkar is about as 'out there' as we can imagine, merging ultra-modern lines with the organic natural forms of a craggy, enormous rock.
Part of an initiative for the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation, these fantastical paper creations by Zim and Zou pays homage to the winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Converse releases their first pro basketball shoe in decades, with a nod to the original Chuck Taylor All Star.
Zero Labs plans to create collections of classic cars, fully updated for the 21st century, with modern amenities, and a fully electric drivetrain.
Illustrator Charles Schridde made his mark by visualizing the home of the future. Check out this series of amazing retro-futuristic homes.
Presented as a concept at the Milan Furniture Fair, Panasonic collaborated with famed Swiss design company Vitra to design the Vitrine, a shadow-box that is transparent when off, and a television when on.
An impressive bookstore in China features a massive chandelier that is meant to mimic pages floating in the air.
With the use of visual puns and strange object combinations, design studio PUTPUT has created a series that is clever and delightfully useless. From unusable screwdrivers to bouquets of non-flowers, salami sunglasses, and a hilarious candle chair.
From sand to sound, this beautiful 3D printed sound system is made from sand and produces excellent sound.
Collaborating with artists in the UK, IKEA has created a series called Wildhomes for Wildlife, utilizing old furniture pieces in funky and innovative ways.
Nike's new Plant Color Collection and Flyleather product point to a more sustainable future.