Nike's new Plant Color Collection and Flyleather product point to a more sustainable future.
The Naturecruiser is an elegant riverboat, meant for very slow but deliberate travel on rivers and lakes.
IKEA has a new line that is in collaboration with a number of talented African artists. The line called ÖVERALLT is full of bold patterns, warm colors, and a unique sense of style.
Created by German-based Nui Studio, the Mygdal Plantlight is a premium light that is meant for a growing plant inside. Utilizing state-of-the-art electrically conductive glass, the Plantlight creates a hermetically sealed environment with just the right moisture and light for healthy plant …
You didn't think you needed a Spanish ham light fixture, or an old mop that is actually a lamp. But German creative firm Rrudi has all that and more, covering a huge swath of funny, goofy, and interesting subject matter.
These clever little treehouses are sharply pitched, and tucked nicely into the fir and larch trees of Italy's Dolomite mountains.
The Dino Pet is a fascinating sculptural toy from BioPop, who aims to share the magic of bioluminescence with the world.
The Gomi is a cute little wireless speaker with larger aspirations. Made from the equivalent of 100 plastic bags each, the device hopes to take a bite out of non-recyclable plastic waste that is becoming such a problem in our society.
The iconic VW Microbus has been recreated faithfully and lovingly using over 400,000 Lego bricks, for a travel convention in Munich, Germany.
Samsung finally announced their whiz-bang folding screen phone this week, and it will cost an eye-watering $1980 to start.
No, we didn't say self destruct, we said self construct. That's right, a museum that will build itself. In an industry first, the Robot Science Museum will fittingly utilize robots to construct the building itself, in a kind of intro exhibition.
Born out of a customer request, Tesla's new Dog Mode automatically keeps the cabin temperature safe when an owner is out of the car.
With Samsung about to announce their folding screen phone, we take a look back at mobile phone evolution.
Vincent Viriot is a Paris-based artist making dramatic 3D art that explores pop culture references.